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Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tony Award for
Best Featured Actress in a Play
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play
LocationUnited States New York City
Presented byAmerican Theatre Wing, The Broadway League
Currently held byCelia Keenan-Bolger for To Kill a Mockingbird (2019)
WebsiteTonyAwards.com

The Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play is an honor presented at the Tony Awards, a ceremony established in 1947 as the Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, to actresses for quality supporting roles in a Broadway play. The awards are named after Antoinette Perry, an American actress who died in 1946. Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the Tony Award Productions, a joint venture of The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, to "honor the best performances and stage productions of the previous year."[1]

Originally called the "Tony Award for Actress, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic)", Patricia Neal first won the award at the inception of the ceremony for her portrayal of Regina Hubbard in Lillian Hellman's Another Part of the Forest.[2] Before 1956, nominees' names were not made public:[3] the change was made by the awards committee to "have a greater impact on theatregoers".[4] The award was renamed in 1976, when Shirley Knight became the first winner under the new title for her role as Carla in Robert Patrick's Kennedy's Children.[5] Its most recent recipient is Celia Keenan-Bolger, for the role of Scout Finch, in To Kill a Mockingbird.[6]

Six actresses (Christine Baranski, Judith Ivey, Judith Light, Swoosie Kurtz, Audra McDonald, and Frances Sternhagen) hold the record for most awards in this category, each with a total of two. Portrayals of Ruth Younger in A Raisin in the Sun have won twice, for Audra McDonald and Sophie Okonedo. Supporting actresses in two of three plays in Neil Simon's Eugene trilogy (Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound) were nominated for the Tony, and featured actresses in six parts of August Wilson's The Pittsburgh Cycle have also been nominated for the award.

Recipients

A black-and-white picture of Patricia Neal in a striped collared shirt
1947 award winner Patricia Neal
Anne Bancroft
1958 award winner Anne Bancroft
A black-and-white headshot of Elizabeth Ashley
1962 award winner Elizabeth Ashley
A color photograph of Swoosie Kurtz, a woman with blue eyes and brown-red hair, in a green sweater
Two-time award winner Swoosie Kurtz
Audra McDonald in a black dress against a white background
Two-time award winner Audra McDonald
A color headshot of Blair Brown at a microphone
2000 award winner Blair Brown
Viola Davis, wearing a leather jacket, against a black background
2001 award winner Viola Davis
Scarlett Johansson against a light blue background
2010 award winner Scarlett Johansson
Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play recipients[7][8]
Year Actress Role Work Nominees Ref.
1947 Patricia Neal Regina Hubbard Another Part of the Forest [2]
1948 [a]
1949 Shirley Booth Grace Woods Goodbye, My Fancy [9]
1950[III] [a]
1951 Maureen Stapleton Serafina Delle Rose The Rose Tattoo [10]
1952 Marian Winters Natalia Landauer I Am a Camera [11]
1953 Beatrice Straight Elizabeth Proctor The Crucible [12]
1954 Jo Van Fleet Jessie Mae Watts The Trip to Bountiful [13]
1955 Patricia Jessel Romaine Witness for the Prosecution [14]
1956 Una Merkel Edna Earle Ponder The Ponder Heart [15]
1957 Peggy Cass Agnes Gooch Auntie Mame [16]
1958 Anne Bancroft Gittel Mosca Two for the Seesaw [17]
1959 Julie Newmar Katrin Sveg The Marriage-Go-Round [18]
1960 Anne Revere Anna Berniers Toys in the Attic [19]
1961 Colleen Dewhurst Mary Follet All the Way Home [20]
1962 Elizabeth Ashley Mollie Michaelson Take Her, She's Mine [21]
1963 Sandy Dennis Sandra Markowitz A Thousand Clowns [22]
1964 Barbara Loden Maggie After the Fall [23]
1965 Alice Ghostley Mavis Parodus Bryson The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window [24]
1966 Zoe Caldwell Polly[b] Slapstick Tragedy [26]
1967 Marian Seldes Julia A Delicate Balance [27]
1968 Zena Walker Sheila A Day in the Death of Joe Egg [28]
1969 Jane Alexander Eleanor Bachman The Great White Hope [29]
1970 Blythe Danner Jill Tanner Butterflies Are Free [30]
1971 Rae Allen Fleur Stein And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little [31]
1972 Elizabeth Wilson Harriet Sticks and Bones [32]
1973 Leora Dana Elizabeth Edwards The Last of Mrs. Lincoln [33]
1974 Frances Sternhagen Multiple[c] The Good Doctor [36]
1975 Rita Moreno Googie Gomez The Ritz [37]
1976 Shirley Knight Carla Kennedy's Children [5]
1977 Trazana Beverley Lady in Red For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf [38]
1978 Ann Wedgeworth Faye Medwick Chapter Two [39]
1979 Joan Hickson Delia Bedroom Farce [40]
1980 Dinah Manoff Libby Tucker I Ought to be in Pictures [41]
1981 Swoosie Kurtz Gwen Landis Fifth of July [42]
1982 Amanda Plummer Agnes Agnes of God [43]
1983 Judith Ivey Josie Steaming [44]
1984 Christine Baranski Charlotte The Real Thing [45]
1985 Judith Ivey Bonnie Hurlyburly [46]
1986 Swoosie Kurtz Bananas Shaughnessy The House of Blue Leaves [47]
1987 Mary Alice Rose Fences [48]
1988 L. Scott Caldwell Bertha Holly Joe Turner's Come and Gone [49]
1989 Christine Baranski Chris Gorman Rumors [50]
1990 Margaret Tyzack Lotte Schoen Lettice and Lovage [51]
1991 Irene Worth Grandma Kurnitz Lost in Yonkers [52]
1992 Brid Brennan Agnes Dancing at Lughnasa [53]
1993 Debra Monk Geneva Redwood Curtain [54]
1994 Jane Adams Sheila Birling An Inspector Calls [55]
1995 Frances Sternhagen Lavinia Penniman The Heiress [56]
1996 Audra McDonald Sharon Graham Master Class [57]
1997 Lynne Thigpen Dr. Judith B. Kaufman An American Daughter [58]
1998 Anna Manahan Mags Folan The Beauty Queen of Leenane [59]
1999 Elizabeth Franz Linda Loman Death of a Salesman [60]
2000 Blair Brown Margrethe Bohr Copenhagen [61]
2001 Viola Davis Tonya King Hedley II [62]
2002 Katie Finneran Brooke Ashton Noises Off [63]
2003 Michele Pawk Louise Hollywood Arms [64]
2004 Audra McDonald Ruth Younger A Raisin in the Sun [65]
2005 Adriane Lenox Mrs. Muller Doubt: A Parable [66]
2006 Frances de la Tour Mrs. Lintott The History Boys [67]
2007 Jennifer Ehle Multiple[d] The Coast of Utopia [69]
2008 Rondi Reed Mattie Fae Aiken August: Osage County [70]
2009 Angela Lansbury Madame Arcati Blithe Spirit [71]
2010 Scarlett Johansson Catherine A View from the Bridge [72]
2011 Ellen Barkin Dr. Emma Brookner The Normal Heart [73]
2012 Judith Light Silda Grauman Other Desert Cities [74]
2013 Judith Light Faye The Assembled Parties [75]
2014 Sophie Okonedo Ruth Younger A Raisin in the Sun [76]
2015 Annaleigh Ashford Essie Carmichael You Can't Take It with You [77]
2016 Jayne Houdyshell Deirdre Blake The Humans [78]
2017 Cynthia Nixon Birdie Hubbard The Little Foxes [79]
2018 Laurie Metcalf B Three Tall Women [80]
2019 Celia Keenan-Bolger Scout Finch To Kill a Mockingbird [6]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b The Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play was not presented in 1948 or 1950.
  2. ^ Slapstick Tragedy, written by Tennessee Williams, is a double-bill featuring two one act plays: The Mutilated and The Gnädiges Fräulein; Caldwell played "Polly" in The Gnädiges Fräulein.[25]
  3. ^ Sternhagen plays multiple roles in The Good Doctor;[34] as described by its author, the play is composed of "sketches, Vaudeville scenes, if you will, written with my non-consenting collaborator, Anton Chekhov".[35]
  4. ^ The Coast of Utopia is broken into three parts. Ehle played Liubov in "Voyage" (part one), Natalie Herzen in "Shipwreck" (part two), and Malwida von Meysenbug in "Salvage" (part three).[68]

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