Here Are All The 2015 Tony Award Nominations

04/28/2015 09:51 am ET | Updated Apr 28, 2015
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The 2015 Tony Nominations are here, thanks to announcers Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker, who woke up before 8:30 a.m. on a Tuesday morning to read off this season's theater honorees.

The list of plays, musicals, actors, directors, designers and composers in the running for a shiny Tony award this year run the gamut of expected -- the critically acclaimed musical "Fun Home" and historical fiction favorite "Wolf Hall" both received nods, to the ever so slightly less expected -- "This Is Our Youth" nabbed a nomination while its very youthful star Tavi Gevinson was left out.

The musical version of "An American in Paris" and "Fun Home" managed to rack up the most mentions with 12 nominations each.

Hollywood stars showed up in more than a few categories; Helen Mirren, Carey Mulligan, Elisabeth Moss, and Ken Watanabe among them. Willis will be heading to the stage in an adaption of Stephen King's "Misery," hence his presence today. Parker won a Tony back in 2001 for her performance in the play "Proof."

The 2015 Tony Awards is set to air on CBS on Sunday, June 7, at 8 p.m. ET. Past winners Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming will replace perennial master of ceremonies Neil Patrick Harris as hosts.

Leading Actor in a Play:

Steven Boyer, "Hand to God"
Bradley Cooper, "Elephant Man"
Ben Miles, "Wolf Hall"
Bill Nighy, "Skylight"
Alexander Sharp, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"

Leading Actress in a Play:

Geneva Carr, "Hand to God"
Helen Mirren, "The Audience"
Elisabeth Moss, "The Heidi Chronicles"
Carey Mulligan, "Skylight"
Ruth Wilson, "Constellations"

Leading Actor in a Musical:

Michael Cerveris, "Fun Home"
Robbie Fairchild, "An American in Paris"
Brian d'Arcy James, "Something Rotten!"
Ken Watanabe, "The King and I"
Tony Yazbeck, "On the Town"

Leading Actress in a Musical:

Kristin Chenoweth, "On the Twentieth Century"
Leanne Michelle Cope, "An American in Paris"
Beth Malone, "Fun Home"
Kelli O'Hara, "The King and I"
Chita Rivera, "The Visit"

Best Revival of a Play:

"Elephant Man"
"This is our Youth"
"You Can't Take It With You"

Best Revival of a Musical:

"The King and I"
"On the Town"
"On the Twentieth Century"

Best Play:

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" by Simon Stephens
"Disgraced" by Ayad Akhtar
"Hand to God" by Robert Askins
"Wolf Hall" by Hilary Mantel and Mike Poulton

Best Musical:

"An American in Paris"
"Fun Home"
"Something Rotten!"
"The Visit"

Best Director of a Play:

Stephen Daldry, "Skylight"
Marianne Elliott, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
Scott Ellis, "You Can’t Take It With You"
Jeremy Herrin, "Wolf Hall"
Moritz von Stuelpnagel, "Hand to God"

Best Director of a Musical:

Sam Gold, "Fun Home"
Casey Nicholaw, "Something Rotten!"
John Rando, "On the Town"
Bartlett Sher, "The King and I"
Christopher Wheeldon, "An American in Paris"

Best Book of a Musical:

Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, "Something Rotten!"
Lisa Kron, "Fun Home"
Craig Lucas, "An American in Paris"
Terrence McNally, "The Visit"

Best Score:

John Kander and Fred Ebb, "The Visit"
Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, "Something Rotten!"
Sting, "The Last Ship"
Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, "Fun Home"

Best Featured Actor in a Play:

Matthew Beard, "Skylight"
K. Todd Freeman, "Airline Highway"
Richard McCabe, "The Audience"
Alessandro Nivola, "The Elephant Man"
Nathaniel Parker, "Wolf Hall"
Micah Stock, "It’s Only a Play"

Best Featured Actress in a Play:

Annaleigh Ashford, "You Can’t Take It With You"
Patricia Clarkson, "The Elephant Man"
Lydia Leonard, "Wolf Hall"
Sarah Stiles, "Hand to God"
Julie White, "Airline Highway"

Best Featured Actor in a Musical:

Christian Borle, "Something Rotten!"
Andy Karl, "On the Twentieth Century"
Brad Oscar, "Something Rotten!"
Brandon Uranowitz, "An American in Paris"
Max von Essen, "An American in Paris"

Best Featured Actress in a Musical:

Victoria Clark, "Gigi"
Judy Kuhn, "Fun Home"
Sydney Lucas, "Fun Home"
Ruthie Ann Miles, "The King and I"
Emily Skeggs, "Fun Home"

Best Scenic Design of a Play:

Bunny Christie and Finn Ross, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
Bob Crowley, "Skylight"
Christopher Oram, "Wolf Hall"
David Rockwell, "You Can’t Take It With You"

Best Scenic Design of a Musical:

Bob Crowley and 59 Productions, "An American in Paris"
David Rockwell, "On the Twentieth Century"
Michael Yeargan, "The King and I"
David Zinn, "Fun Home"

Best Costume Design of a Play:

Bob Crowley, "The Audience"
Jane Greenwood, "You Can’t Take It With You"
Christopher Oram, "Wolf Hall"
David Zinn, "Airline Highway"

Best Costume Design of a Musical:

Gregg Barnes, "Something Rotten!"
Bob Crowley, "An American in Paris"
William Ivey Long, "On the Twentieth Century"
Catherine Zuber, "The King and I"

Best Choreography:

Joshua Bergasse, "On the Town"
Christopher Gattelli, "The King and I"
Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
Casey Nicholaw, "Something Rotten!"
Christopher Wheeldon, "An American in Paris"

Best Lighting Design of a Play:

Paule Constable, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
Paule Constable and David Plater, "Wolf Hall"
Natasha Katz, "Skylight"
Japhy Weideman, "Airline Highway"

Best Lighting Design of a Musical:

Donald Holder, "The King and I"
Natasha Katz, "An American in Paris"
Ben Stanton, "Fun Home"
Japhy Weideman, "The Visit"

Best Orchestrations:

Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, "An American in Paris"
John Clancy, "Fun Home"
Larry Hochman, "Something Rotten!"
Rob Mathes, "The Last Ship"


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Tony Award Winners 2014
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