Tony Awards or the Antoinette Perry Award for Excellence in Broadway Theatre are one of the most prestigious award ceremonies held to recognise and reward par excellence performances in the live theatre.
'Hadestown: The Myth' got eight awards in all including the best new musical award, while 'The Ferryman' won the award for the best new play.
The 'Glee Project's' actor Ali Stroker made history as the first wheelchair-using performer to win the award. She won the award for the best actress in a featured role in a musical for Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!.
The nominations were announced in early May.
Here is a complete list of winners, as reported by People.
--Best New Musical
'Ain't too proud--the life and times of the temptations'
--Best new play
'Gary: a sequel to Titus Andronicus'
'What the Constitution Means To Me'
--Best Revival of a Musical
'Kiss me, Kate'
--Best Revival of a Play
'All My Sons'
'The Boys in the Band'
'The Waverly Gallery'
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