Who was honored with the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2008?

Who was honored with the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2008?

In the Heights
Tony Awards

year best musical
2008 In the Heights (book, Quiara Alegría Hudes; music and lyrics, Lin-Manuel Miranda)
2009 Billy Elliot: The Musical (book and lyrics, Lee Hall; music, Elton John)
2010 Memphis (book, Joe DiPietro; music, David Bryan; lyrics, Joe DiPietro and David Bryan)

Who has won the most Tony Awards for costume design?

Catherine Zuber
Catherine Zuber is the individual with the most Tony Awards for costume design, with eight. Her Tony wins include The Light in the Piazza (2005), Awake and Sing! (2006), The Coast of Utopia (2007), South Pacific (2008), The Royal Family (2010), The King and I (2015), My Fair Lady (2018), and Moulin Rouge!

Who won the Tony for best costume design for a play in 2019?


Year Designer Production
2019 73rd Tony Awards Michael Krass Hadestown
William Ivey Long Beetlejuice
Paul Tazewell Ain’t Too Proud

What Tony Award did the play passing strange win 2008?

The musical’s lyrics and book are by Stew with music and orchestrations by Heidi Rodewald and Stew. It was created in collaboration with director Annie Dorsen….Original Broadway production.

Year 2008
Award Ceremony Tony Award
Category Best Orchestrations
Nominee Stew and Heidi Rodewald
Result Nominated

What musical has won the most Tony’s?

The Producers
The musical that holds the record for most Tony Awards is “The Producers,” in 2001. It won 12 awards out of 15 nominations.

What Musical won the Tony of the Year in 2005?

The Light in the Piazza
Best Musical: The Light in the Piazza; Book by Craig Lucas, music & lyrics by Adam Guettel. Monty Python’s Spamalot ; Book by Eric Idle, with music and lyrics by John Du Prez and Eric Idle.

Who won most Tony Awards?

Harold “Hal” Prince
Producer/director Harold “Hal” Prince has won the most Tony Awards overall (21). Actress Audra McDonald has won the most Tony awards as a performer (six). The Tonys are named after Antoinette Perry, a Broadway actress and director who died in 1946.