Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Tony Award Nominations

Monk vs Walter White. Nice.

Best Play
"Act One"
"All the Way"
"Casa Valentina"
"Mothers and Sons"
"Outside Mullingar"

Best Musical
"After Midnight"
"Aladdin - The Musical"
"Beautiful - The Carole King Musical"
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
Best Revival of a Play
"The Cripple of Inishmaan"
"The Glass Menagerie"
"A Raisin in the Sun"
"Twelfth Night"
Best Revival of a Musical
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
"Les Miserables"
"Violet"
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play
Samuel Barnett, "Twelfth Night"
Bryan Cranston, "All the Way"
Chris O'Dowd, "Of Mice and Men"
Mark Rylance, "Richard III"
Tony Shalhoub, "Act One"
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play
Tyne Daly, "Mothers and Sons"
Latanya Richardson Jackson, "A Raisin in the Sun"
Cherry Jones, "The Glass Menagerie"
Audra McDonald, "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill"
Estelle Parsons, "The Velocity of Autumn"
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical
Neil Patrick Harris, "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Ramin Karimloo, "Les Miserables"
Andy Karl, "Rocky"
Jefferson Mays, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
Bryce Pinkham, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical
Mary Bridget Davies, "A Night with Janis Joplin"
Sutton Foster, "Violet"
Idina Menzel, "If/Then"
Jesse Mueller, "Beautiful - The Carole King Musical"
Kelly O'Hara, "The Bridges of Madison County"

28 comments:

Lady Heisenberg said...

Hedwiiiiiiiiiigggggg!!!! AAAAHHHH!!! <3

Lady Heisenberg said...

And of course, best of luck to Sir Heisenberg OG

WareCat said...

Hedwig FTW!

QueenAnne Guido said...

Im going this fall. Hope to see the LBJ play, Act One, Gents Guide. Sorry not a fan of Hedwig. That said, NPH is the odds on fave.

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AJ said...

I must get into the city and see Hedwig with NPH ASAP !!!

Ray Nicolet said...

Poor Franco

Unknown said...

Yay, Chris O'Dowd!!

NaughtyNurse said...

So many great plays to see!

Cindy said...

I graduated high school with the man that wrote Beautiful. I hope he wins :)

Vera L- said...

I went to HS with Sutton Foster, not that she needs anything else for her mantle, but I always hope she wins

Sherry said...

Vera L was Sutton kick as even then?
I have to say I am pleased they gave noms to the vets of the Great White Way rather than kowtowing to "celebrity". That is perfect.

Guido enjoy trip.

I would love to see the LBJ play and Estelle Parsons.

Robin the Mad Photographer said...

I saw the opening night of All The Way at the American Repertory Theatre last fall (thanks to my friend Julia!); it was a decent play, but Bryan Cranston was damn good in it, so I'm going to be personally prejudiced and hope he wins. :-) Oh, and getting to shake Walter White's hand at the after-show wingding wasn't bad, either... ;-) (FWIW, he's very handsome in person!)

Seven of Eleven said...

I will forever mourn that I can't fly to NYC and see Chris O'Dowd.

Heeey, Ray! <3 Haha, Franco was shut out!

nurysp said...

No Franco lmfaooooo

TalksTooMuch said...

Seven, we have to talk. We both love us some Chris O'Dowd. So it came up a couple of times about the IT Crowd, so I found it on Netflix and...

it was awful. So bad. I didn't know an old tv show could make me find someone LESS attractive in their current incarnation, but it was just terrible enough to do it.

I hope you understand, but I get it if you wanna give back the BFF necklace.

Peace

TTM

Seven of Eleven said...

@TTM, I'm a geek, that's probably why I love it so much. Well, that and I love hearing Chris talk. And Moss, I <3 Moss. Different strokes, eh?

Keep that necklace on! :D

Zach said...

Poor Michelle Williams, I had hoped Cabaret would've been a big hit. But Menzel, Foster and the perennially overdue O'Hara are always great.

RowdyRodimus said...

Doogie Stinson will win, the whole anti-hetero thing is a shoe in when it comes to awards. How else do you explain Horseface Swank getting two Oscars?

BeckyMae said...

Oh I love the IT Crowd! Noel Fielding as a vampire was my fave....it's a particularly British humour and pretty geeky...

BeckyMae said...

Plus Richard Ayoade is a comic genius....the Might Boosh and Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and two of my all time faves...

BeckyMae said...

Mighty!! Damn spellchk

Seven of Eleven said...

@BeckyMae, Electric Moccasins :D

BeckyMae said...

Ohhh Richard, Noel and Ruth Jones! *swoon*

I know he's so pudgy and posit it but Noƫl will forever have a place in my nether-regions....

Cee Kay said...

Jesus Enty, hit the Enter key every once in a while wouldja? Break that shit up a bit.

Sprink said...

I'm STUNNED that you didn't like it, @TTM. Not sure what to say. Just so sad for you, kinda wanna give you a hug.

TalksTooMuch said...

Guys, it has a laugh track!! And the first episode is Chris O'Dowd looking like he totally smells like ass! I only watched 2, does it, does it get a lot better?

Thanks for understanding, Seven

Seven of Eleven said...

@TTM, it does get better, but if it's not your type of humour, it won't. There's a dorkily funny storyline about a new CEO who is a complete wad. I won't spoil it for you. ;)

I despise laugh tracks, they're an unnecessary evil that we still have to put up with sometimes. Fun fact: laugh tracks came about in the early age of television when people needed cueing to know which lines were the funny ones - they were trying to mimic the audience interaction of comedy clubs (if other people laugh, you will, too) and not have to rely on the unreliability of live audiences.