Tony Awards 1952

Actor (Dramatic) Winner – Jose Ferrer (The Shrike)
Actor (Musical) Winner – Phil Silvers (Top Banana)
Actor, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic) Winner – John Cromwell (Point of No Return)
Actor, Supporting or Featured (Musical) Winner – Yul Brynner (The King and I)
Actress (Dramatic) Winner – Julie Harris (I Am a Camera)
Actress (Musical) Winner – Gertrude Lawrence (The King and I)
Actress, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic) Winner – Marian Winters (I Am a Camera)
Actress, Supporting or Featured (Musical) Winner – Helen Gallagher (Pal Joey)
Choreographer Winner – Robert Alton (Pal Joey)
Conductor and Musical Director Winner – Max Meth (Pal Joey)
Costumes Winner – Irene Sharaff (The King and I)
Director Winner – Jose Ferrer (The Shrike / The Fourposter / Stalag 17)
Musical Winner – The King and I. Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers.
Play Winner – The Fourposter by Jan de Hartog
Scenic Designer Winner – Jo Mielziner (The King and I)
Special Awards Winners – Judy Garland, for an important contribution to the revival of vaudeville through her recent stint at the Palace Theatre.
Edward Kook, for his contributing to and encouraging the development of stage lighting and electronics.
Charles Boyer, for distinguished performance in Don Juan in Hell, thereby assisting in a new theatre trend.
Stage Technician Winner – Peter Feller, master carpenter for Call Me Madam.

👤 📅1 January 2009
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