Tony Awards 1948

Actor (Musical) Winner – Paul Hartman (Angel in the Wings)
Actors (Dramatic) Winner – Henry Fonda (Mister Roberts)
Paul Kelly (Command Decision)
Basil Rathbone (The Heiress)
Actress (Musical) Winner – Grace Hartman (Angel in the Wings)
Actresses (Dramatic) Winner – Judith Anderson (Medea)
Katharine Cornell (Antony and Cleopatra)
Jessica Tandy (A Streetcar Named Desire)
Authors Winner – Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan (Mister Roberts)
Choreographer Winner – Jerome Robbins (High Button Shoes)
Conductor and Musical Director Winner – Max Meth (Finian’s Rainbow)
Contribution To Development Of Regional Theatre Winner – Robert Porterfield, Virginia Barter Theatre.
Contribution To Theatre Through A Publication Winner – Rosalind Gilder, editor, Theatre Arts
Costumes Winner – Mary Percy Schenck (The Heiress)
Distinguished Wing Volunteer Worker Through The War And After Winner – Vera Allen
Experiment In Theatre Winner – Experimental Theatre Inc., John Garfield accepting.
Outstanding Foreign Company Winner – The cast of The Importance of Being Earnest
Outstanding Performance By Newcomers Winner – June Lockhart (For Love or Money)
James Whitmore (Command Decision)
Play Winner – Mister Roberts by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan/based on the Thomas Heggen novel.
Producer Winner – Leland Hayward (Mister Roberts)
Progressive Theatre Operators Winner – Robert W. Dowling, president of City Investing Company, owner of several theatres in New York. Paul Beisman, operator of the American Theatre, St. Louis.
Scenic Designer Winner – Horace Armistead (The Medium)
Special Award Winner – George Pierce, for twenty-five years of courteous and efficient service as a backstage doorman (Empire Theatre).
Spreading Theatre To The Country While The Originals Perform In New York Winners – Mary Martin (Annie Get Your Gun); Joe E. Brown (Harvey)
Stage Technician Winner – George Gebhardt
Director Winner – Joshua Logan (Mister Roberts)

👤 📅1 January 2009
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