Actor (Featured Role–Musical) Winner – Charles Honi Coles (My One and Only)
Nominees: Harry Groener (Cats)
Stephen Hanan (Cats)
Lara Teeter (On Your Toes)

Actor (Featured Role–Play) Winner – Matthew Broderick (Brighton Beach Memoirs)
Nominees: �eljko Ivanek (Brighton Beach Memoirs)
George N. Martin (Plenty)
Stephen Moore (All’s Well That Ends Well)

Actor (Musical) Winner – Tommy Tune (My One and Only)
Nominees: Al Green (Your Arm’s Too Short To Box With God)
George Hearn (A Doll’s Life)
Michael V. Smartt (Porgy and Bess)

Actor (Play) Winner – Harvey Fierstein (Torch Song Trilogy)
Nominees: Jeffrey DeMunn (K2)
Edward Herrmann (Plenty)
Tony Lo Bianco (A View from the Bridge)

Actress (Featured Role–Musical) Winner – Betty Buckley (Cats)
Nominees: Christine Andreas (On Your Toes)
Karla Burns (Show Boat)
Denny Dillon (My One and Only)

Actress (Featured Role–Play) Winner – Judith Ivey (Steaming)
Nominees: Elizabeth Franz (Brighton Beach Memoirs)
Roxanne Hart (Passion)
Margaret Tyzack (All’s Well That Ends Well)

Actress (Musical) Winner – Natalia Makarova (On Your Toes)
Nominees: Lonette McKee (Show Boat)
Chita Rivera (Merlin)
Twiggy (My One and Only)

Actress (Play) Winner – Jessica Tandy (Foxfire)
Nominees: Kathy Bates (‘Night, Mother)
Kate Nelligan (Plenty)
Anne Pitoniak (‘Night, Mother)

Book (Musical) Winner – Cats by T.S. Eliot
Nominees: A Doll’s Life by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Cats by T. S. Eliot
Merlin by Richard Levinson and William Link
My One and Only by Peter Stone and Timothy S. Mayer

Choreographer Winner – Tommy Tune/Thommie Walsh (My One and Only)
Nominees: George Faison (Porgy and Bess)
Gillian Lynne (Cats)
Donald Saddler (On Your Toes)

Costume Designer Winner – John Napier (Cats)
Nominees: Lindy Hemming (All’s Well That Ends Well)
Rita Ryack (My One and Only)
Patricia Zipprodt (Alice in Wonderland)

Director (Musical) Winner – Trevor Nunn (Cats)
Nominees: Michael Kahn (Show Boat)
Ivan Reitman (Merlin)
Tommy Tune/Thommie Walsh (My One and Only)

Director (Play) Winner – Gene Saks (Brighton Beach Memoirs)
Nominees: Marshall W. Mason (Angels Fall)
Tom Moore (‘Night, Mother)
Trevor Nunn (All’s Well That Ends Well)

Lighting Designer Winner – David Hersey (Cats)
Nominees: Ken Billington (Foxfire)
Robert Bryan (All’s Well That Ends Well)
Allen Lee Hughes (K2)

Musical Winner – Cats. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh, The Really Useful Company, Inc., David Geffen, and The Shubert Organization
Nominees: Blues in the Night. Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, Alan J. Schuster, Fred H. Krones, and M2 Entertainment, Inc.
Merlin. Produced by Ivan Reitman, Columbia Pictures Stage Productions, Inc., Marvin A. Krauss, and James M. Nederlander
My One and Only. Produced by Paramount Theatre Productions, Francine LeFrak, and Kenneth-Mark Productions

Play Winner – Torch Song Trilogy by Harvey Fierstein. Produced byKenneth Waissman, Martin Markinson, Lawrence Lane, John Glines, BetMar, and Donald Tick
Nominees: Angels Fall by Lanford Wilson. Produced by Elliot Martin, Circle Repertory Co., Lucille Lortel, The Shubert Organization, and The Kennedy Center
Night, Mother by Marsha Norman. Produced by Dann Byck, Wendell Cherry, The Shubert Organization and Frederick M. Zollo
Plenty by David Hare. Produced by Joseph Papp

Regional Theatre Award Winner – Oregon Shakespeare Festival Association

Reproduction (Play or Musical) Winner – On Your Toes. Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr., Roger L. Stevens, John Mauceri, Donald R. Seawell and Andre Pastoria
Nominees: All’s Well That Ends Well. Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company
A View From the Bridge. Produced by Zev Bufmanand Sidney Schlenker
The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre and The Kennedy Center

Scenic Designer Winner – Ming Cho Lee (K2)
Nominees: John Gunter (All’s Well That Ends Well)
David Mitchell (Foxfire)
John Napier (Cats)

Score Winner – Cats. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by T.S. Eliot
Nominees: A Doll’s Life. Music by Larry Grossman, lyrics byBetty Comden and Adolph Green
Merlin. Music by Elmer Bernstein, lyrics by Don Black
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Music by Gene de Paul, Al Kasha, and Joel Hirschhorn, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn