Who Snagged A Tony At This Year's Ceremony?

Lead Actress In A Play: Helen Mirren, The Audience

1. Lead Actress In A Play: Helen Mirren, The Audience

Third time's a charm! Mirren, nominated twice before, is a Queen Elizabeth for the ages in The Audience.
Featured Actor In A Play: Richard McCabe, The Audience

2. Featured Actor In A Play: Richard McCabe, The Audience

Hot off Helen Mirren's win, The Audience quickly picked up a second Tony for McCabe's portrayal of the late British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson.
Featured Actress In A Play: Annaleigh Ashford, You Can't Take It With You

3. Featured Actress In A Play: Annaleigh Ashford, You Can't Take It With You

Ashford gave a charming accepting speech after she was awarded with a Tony for Featured Actress In A Play for her role as Essie Carmichael in You Can't Take It With You. The actress thanked everybody. Literally.
Best Book Of A Musical and Best Original Score Of A Musical: Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, Fun Home

4. Best Book Of A Musical and Best Original Score Of A Musical: Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, Fun Home

Making history, Kron and Tesori are the first female writing team to win Tony Awards® for Best Book and Original Score!
Featured Actor In A Musical: Christian Borle, Something Rotten!

5. Featured Actor In A Musical: Christian Borle, Something Rotten!

Borle's hilarious portrayal of Shakespeare in Something Rotten! made him a leading contender in this category.
Direction Of A Musical: Sam Gold, Fun Home

6. Direction Of A Musical: Sam Gold, Fun Home

Making his Tony Awards® debut, Gold took home his first win for his brilliant direction of Fun Home.
Best Direction Of A Play: Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

7. Best Direction Of A Play: Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

Elliott beamed as she accepted her Tony Award®. In her acceptance speech, she made sure to thank the astounding cast for their talent and passion.
Featured Actress In A Musical: Ruthie Ann Miles, The King And I

8. Featured Actress In A Musical: Ruthie Ann Miles, The King And I

Making her Broadway debut in the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, Miles was "stunned and shocked" to take home the Tony for Featured Actress In A Musical.
Best Play: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

9. Best Play: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

Few were surprised when The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, which was adapted from the best-selling mystery novel, won the Tony Award® for best play.  
Best Revival Of A Play: Skylight

10. Best Revival Of A Play: Skylight

Carey Mulligan, Bill Nighy and Matthew Beard star in David Hare’s play about a schoolteacher who receives an unexpected visit from her former lover, a successful and charismatic restaurateur, whose wife has recently died. The production beat out The Elephant Man,This Is Our Youth, and You Can’t Take It With You to win the trophy.
Best Musical: Fun Home

11. Best Musical: Fun Home

The emotional show, based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel memoir about growing up with a closeted dad in a funeral home, was one of the biggest winners on Broadway’s biggest night, taking home four awards, including Best Musical and Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role In A Musical for Michael Cerveris.
Best Revival Of A Musical: The King And I

12. Best Revival Of A Musical: The King And I

Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic tale, starring Kelli O'Hara, Ken Watanabe and Ruthie Ann Miles, was up against heavy hitters like On The Town and On The Twentieth Century.
Lead Actor In A Play: Alex Sharp, Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

13. Lead Actor In A Play: Alex Sharp, Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

One year after graduating Julliard, Sharp makes his brilliant Broadway debut as a teen with an Asperger’s-like condition.
Lead Actor In A Musical: Michael Cerveris, Fun Home

14. Lead Actor In A Musical: Michael Cerveris, Fun Home

When Cerveris took the stage to accept his award, he immediately gushed about his fellow nominees, saying, "You guys do things I could not possibly do." His role in Fun Home earned the actor his second Tony win; he scored his first in 2004 for his performance in Assassins.

Fun fact: You might also recognize Cerveris as James Castro from The Good Wife!
Lead Actress In A Musical: Kelli O'Hara, The King And I

15. Lead Actress In A Musical: Kelli O'Hara, The King And I

After six nominations, Kelli O'Hara finally won. She even got the night's only standing ovation. "You'd think that I would have written something down by now, but I haven't," O'Hara said, excitedly. "I don't need this but now that I have it, I have some things to say!" 
Best Scenic Design Of A Play: Bunny Christie and Finn Ross, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

16. Best Scenic Design Of A Play: Bunny Christie and Finn Ross, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

Direct from London, Mark Haddon's international best-selling novel comes to thrilling life in an adaptation by British playwright Simon Stephens.
Best Scenic Design Of A Musical: Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American In Paris

17. Best Scenic Design Of A Musical: Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American In Paris

The timeless story of love in a city rebuilding from the heartbreak of World War II is transformed into a new Broadway musical of romance, redemption and hope.