The 1993 Tony Awards  
Wayne Cilento
nominated for Best Choreography

Michael Cerveris
nominated for Best Featured Actor

Marcia Mitzman
nominated for Best Featured Actress

Paul Kandel
nominated for Best Featured Actor

Des McNuff
nominated for Best Director & Best Book

The Nominees

		Announcement by the Associated Press
	  Dated Tuesday May 11, 1993 

		Here are the Tony Award nominations for Broadway's 1992-93 season.
		Winners will be announced June 6 in ceremonies to be televised by CBS. 

		Play: "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches," Tony Kushner; "Someone
			Who'll Watch Over Me," Frank McGuinness; "The Sisters Rosensweig," Wendy
			Wasserstein; "The Song of Jacob Zulu," Tug Yourgrau. 

		Musical: "Blood Brothers," "Kiss of the Spider Woman," "The Goodbye Girl,"
				"The Who's Tommy." 

		Revival: "Anna Christie," "Saint Joan," "The Price," "Wilder, Wilder, Wilder." 

		Actor, Play: K. Todd Freeman, "The Song of Jacob Zulu"; Ron Leibman,
				"Angels in America: Millennium Approaches"; Liam Neeson, "Anna
				Christie"; Stephen Rea, "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me." 

		Actress, Play: Jane Alexander, "The Sisters Rosensweig"; Madeline Kahn,
				"The Sisters Rosensweig"; Lynn Redgrave, "Shakespeare for My Father";
				Natasha Richardson, "Anna Christie." 

		Actor, Musical: Brent Carver, "Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Tim Curry, "My
				Favorite Year"; Con O'Neill, "Blood Brothers"; Martin Short, "The
				Goodbye Girl." 

		Actress, Musical: Ann Crumb, "Anna Karenina"; Stephanie Lawrence, "Blood
				Brothers"; Bernadette Peters, "The Goodbye Girl"; Chita Rivera, 
				"Kiss of the Spider Woman." 

		Book, Musical: "Anna Karenina," Peter Kellogg; "Blood Brothers," Willy Russell; 
				"Kiss of the Spider Woman," Terrence McNally;
				 "The Who's Tommy," Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff. 

		Score, Musical: "Anna Karenina," Daniel Levine, music, Peter Kellogg, lyrics;
			 "Kiss of the Spider Woman," John Kander, music, Fred Ebb,
					lyrics; "The Song of Jacob Zulu," Ladysmith Black Mambazo, music,
					Tug Yourgrau and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, lyrics;
					"The Who's Tommy," Pete Townshend, music and lyrics. 

		Director, Play: David Leveaux, "Anna Christie"; Eric Simonson, "The Song of
			Jacob Zulu"; Daniel Sullivan, "The Sisters Rosensweig"; George C. Wolfe,
			"Angels in America: Millennium Approaches." 

		Director, Musical: Bill Kenwright and Bob Tomson, "Blood Brothers"; Michael
				Kidd, "The Goodbye Girl"; Des McAnuff, "The Who's Tommy"; 
				Harold Prince, "Kiss of the Spider Woman." 

		Featured Actor, Play: Robert Sean Leonard, "Candida"; Joe Mantello, "Angels
				in America: Millennium Approaches"; Zakes Mokae, 
				"The Song of Jacob Zulu"; Stephen Spinella, "Angels in America:
 				Millennium Approaches." 

		Featured Actress, Play: Kathleen Chalfant, "Angels in America: Millennium
					Approaches"; Marcia Gay Harden, "Angels in America:
					Millennium Approaches"; Anne Meara, "Anna Christie"; 
					Debra Monk, "Redwood Curtain." 

		Featured Actor, Musical: Michael Cerveris, "The Who's Tommy"; 
					Anthony Crivello, "Kiss of the Spider Woman";
 					Gregg Edelman, "Anna Karenina";
					Paul Kandel, "The Who's Tommy." 

		Featured Actress, Musical: Jan Graveson, "Blood Brothers";
					 Lainie Kazan, "My Favorite Year"; 
					Andrea Martin, "My Favorite Year"; 
					Marcia Mitzman, "The Who's Tommy." 

		Scenic Design: John Arnone, "The Who's Tommy"; John Lee Beatty, "Redwood
				Curtain"; Jerome Sirlin, "Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Robin Wagner,
				"Angels in America: Millennium Approaches." 

		Costume Design: Jane Greenwood, "The Sisters Rosensweig"; Florence Klotz,
			"Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Erin Quigley, "The Song of Jacob Zulu";
			David C. Woolard, "The Who's Tommy." 

		Lighting Design: Howell Binkley, "Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Jules Fisher,
			"Angels in America: Millennium Approaches"; Dennis Parichy, 
			"Redwood Curtain"; Chris Parry, "The Who's Tommy." 

		Choreography: Wayne Cilento, "The Who's Tommy"; Graciela Daniele, 
			"The Goodbye Girl"; Vincent Paterson and Rob Marshall, 
			"Kiss of the Spider Woman"; Randy Skinner, "Ain't Broadway Grand." 

		A special Tony Award for continued excellence by a regional theater:
 										La Jolla Playhouse. 

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