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Tony Awards Nominations 2024: The Complete List

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The Tony Award nominees didn’t get much time. This year, in a rush of openings, 12 Broadway shows opened in the nine days before the eligibility deadline. (To qualify, a Broadway show must have opened between April 28, 2023 and April 25, 2024.)

Nonetheless, the nominees for the 2024 Tonys were announced Tuesday morning on CBS and via livestream by Tony winners Jesse Tyler Ferguson (2022, “Take Me Out”) and Renée Elise Goldsberry (2016, “Hamilton”). Among the achievements, 28 of the 36 eligible shows earned at least one nomination.

“Hell’s Kitchen,” Alicia Keys’ semi-autobiographical musical, and “Stereophonic,” David Adjmi’s play about a rock band recording a studio album, each earned 13 Tony Award nominations, the most of all other productions this year. “Stereophonic” also triumphed thanks to its ensemble performance: five of its seven performers were selected for individual nominations.

And notable film actors have been recognized for their stage roles: Daniel Radcliffe earned his first Tony Award nomination with his fifth Broadway show, a revival of “Merrily We Roll Along”; Jeremy Strong got a nomination for “An Enemy of the People”; Rachel McAdams for “Mary Jane”; and Sarah Paulson for “Appropriate.”

“Victorious Purlie”
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“Cabaret”
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“Gutenberg!” Musical comedy !
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“Joy, we are moving forward”
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“The Who is Tommy”
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Békah Brunstetter, “Notebook”
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Kristoffer Diaz, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Rick Elice, “Some water for the elephants”
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Adam Rapp and Justin Levine, “The foreigners”
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Shaina Taub, “Suffer”
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William Jackson Harper, “Uncle Vanya”
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Leslie Odom Jr., “Victorious Purlie”
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Liev Schreiber, “Doubt”
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Jeremy Strong, “An enemy of the people”
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Michael Stuhlbarg, “Patriots”
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Betsy Aidem, “Prayer for the French Republic”
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Jessica Lange, “Mother plays”
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Rachel McAdams, “Mary Jane”
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Sarah Paulson, “Appropriate”
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Amy Ryan, “Doubt”
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Brody Grant, “The foreigners”
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Jonathan Groff, “Joy, we are moving forward”
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Dorian Harewood, “Notebook”
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Brian d’Arcy James, “Days of wine and roses”
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Eddie Redmayne, “Cabaret”
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Eden Espinosa, “Lempicka”
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Maleah Joi Moon, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Maryann Plunkett, “Notebook”
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Kelli O’Hara, “Days of wine and roses”
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Gayle Rankin, “Cabaret”
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Will Brill, “Stereophonic”
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Eli Gelb, “Stereophonic”
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Jim Parsons, “Mother plays”
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Tom Pecinka, “Stereophonic”
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Corey Stoll, “Appropriate”
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Roger Bart, “Back to the future”
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Joshua Boone, “The foreigners”
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Brandon Victor Dixon, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Lakota-Lynch Sky, “The foreigners”
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Daniel Radcliffe, “Joy, we are moving forward”
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Steven Skybell, “Cabaret”
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Quincy Tyler Bernstine, “Doubt”
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Juliana Canfield, “Stereophonic”
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Celia Keenan-Bolger, “Mother plays”
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Sarah Pigeon, “Stereophonic”
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Kara Young, “Victorious Purlie”
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Shoshana bean, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Amber Iman, “Lempicka”
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Nikki M. James, “Suffer”
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Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer, “Spamalot”
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Kecia Lewis, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Lindsay Mendez, “Joy, we are moving forward”
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Baby Neuwirth, “Cabaret”
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Daniel Aukin, “Stereophonic”
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Anne Kauffman, “Mary Jane”
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Kenny Leon, “Victorious Purlie”
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Lila Neugebauer, “Appropriate”
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Whitney White, “Jaja’s African Hair Braiding”
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Maria Friedman, “Joy, we are moving forward”
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Michael Greif, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Leigh Silverman, “Suffer”
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Jessica Pierre, “Some water for the elephants”
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Danya Taymor, “The foreigners”
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points, “An enemy of the people”

points, “Appropriate”

Derek McLane, “Victorious Purlie”

David Zinn, “Jaja’s African Hair Braiding”

David Zinn, “Stereophonic”

AMP with Tatiana Kahvegian, “The foreigners”

Robert Brill and Peter Nigrini, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Tim Hatley and Finn Ross, “Back to the future”
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Riccardo Hernández and Peter Nigrini, “Lempicka”

Takeshi Kata, “Some water for the elephants”

David Korins, “Here lies love”

Tom Scutt, “Cabaret”

Dédé Ayite, “Appropriate”

Dédé Ayite, “Jaja’s African Hair Braiding”
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Enver Chakartash, “Stereophonic”

Emilio Sosa, “Victorious Purlie”

David Zinn, “An enemy of the people”

Dédé Ayite, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Linda Cho, “Gatsby the magnificent”

David Israel Reynoso, “Some water for the elephants”

Tom Scutt, “Cabaret”

Paul Tazewell, “Suffer”

Isabelle Byrd, “Enemy of the people”

Amith Chandrashaker, “Prayer for the French Republic”

Jiyoun Chang, “Stereophonic”

Jane Cox, “Appropriate”

Natasha Katz, “Grey house”

Brandon Stirling Baker, “Illinois”

Isabelle Byrd, “Cabaret”

Natasha Katz, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Bradley King and David Bengali, “Some water for the elephants”

Brian MacDevitt and Hana S. Kim, “The foreigners”

Justin Ellington and Stefania Bulbarella, “Jaja’s African Hair Braiding”

Léa Gelpé, “Mary Jane”

Tom Gibbons, “Grey house”

Bray Poor and Will Pickens, “Appropriate”

Ryan Rumery, “Stereophonic”

ML Dogg and Cody Spencer, “Here lies love”

Kai Harada, “Joy, we are moving forward”

Nick Lidster, “Cabaret”

Gareth Owen, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Cody Spencer, “The foreigners”

Will Butler, “Stereophonic”
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Adam Guettel, “Days of wine and roses”
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The Jamestown Revival and Justin Levine, “The foreigners”
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David Byrne and Fat thin boy, “Here lies love”
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Shaina Taub, “Suffer”
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Camille A. Brown, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Shana Carroll and Jesse Robb, “Some water for the elephants”
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Rick and Jeff Kuperman, “The foreigners”

Annie-B Parson, “Here lies love”

Justin Peck, “Illinois”

Timo Andrés, “Illinois”

Tom Kitt and Adam Blackstone, “Hell’s Kitchen”

Will Butler and Justin Craig, “Stereophonic”
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Justin Levine, Matt Hinkley and Jamestown Revival, “The foreigners”

Jonathan Tunick, “Joy, we are moving forward”
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Halina Bennet contributed to the research.

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