Actor (Dramatic) Winner – Alec Guinness (Dylan)
Nominees: Richard Burton (Hamlet)
Albert Finney (Luther)
Jason Robards, Jr. (After the Fall)

Actor (Musical) Winner – Bert Lahr (Foxy)
Nominees: Sydney Chaplin (Funny Girl)
Bob Fosse (Pal Joey – City Center Revival)
Steve Lawrence (What Makes Sammy Run)

Actor, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic) Winner – Hume Cronyn (Hamlet)
Nominees: Lee Allen (Marathon ’33)
Michael Dunn (The Ballad of the Sad Caf?)
Larry Gates (A Case of Libel)

Actor, Supporting or Featured (Musical) Winner – Jack Cassidy (She Loves Me)
Nominees: Will Geer (110 in the Shade)
Danny Meehan (Funny Girl)
Charles Nelson Reilly (Hello, Dolly!)

Actress (Dramatic) Winner – Sandy Dennis (Any Wednesday)
Nominees: Elizabeth Ashley (Barefoot in the Park)
Colleen Dewhurst (The Ballad of the Sad Caf?)
Julie Harris (Marathon ’33)

Actress (Musical) Winner – Carol Channing (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Beatrice Lillie (High Spirits)
Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl)
Inga Swenson (110 in the Shade)

Actress, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic) Winner – Barbara Loden (After the Fall)
Nominees: Rosemary Murphy (Any Wednesday)
Kate Reid (Dylan)
Diana Sands (Blues for Mister Charlie)

Actress, Supporting or Featured (Musical) Winner – Tessie O’Shea (The Girl Who Came to Supper)
Nominees: Julienne Marie (Foxy)
Kay Medford (Funny Girl)
Louise Troy (High Spirits)

Author (Musical) Winner – Michael Stewart (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Noel Coward and Harry Kurnitz (The Girl Who Came to Supper)
Joe Masteroff (She Loves Me)
Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray (High Spirits)

Choreographer Winner – Gower Champion (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Danny Daniels (High Spirits)
Carol Haney (Funny Girl)
Herbert Ross (Anyone Can Whistle)

Composer and Lyricist Winner – Jerry Herman (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray (High Spirits)
Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones (110 in the Shade)
Jule Styne and Bob Merrill (Funny Girl)

Conductor and Musical Director Winner – Shepard Coleman (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Lehman Engel (What Makes Sammy Run?)
Charles Jaffe (West Side Story)
Fred Werner (High Spirits)

Costume Designer Winner – Freddy Wittop (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Irene Sharaff (The Girl Who Came to Supper)
Beni Montresor (Marco Millions)
Rouben Ter-Arutunian (Arturo Ui)

Director (Dramatic) Winner – Mike Nichols (Barefoot in the Park)
Nominees: June Havoc (Marathon ’33)
Alan Schneider (The Ballad of the Sad Caf?)
Herman Shumlin (The Deputy)

Director (Musical) Winner – Gower Champion (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Joseph Anthony (110 in the Shade)
Noel Coward (High Spirits)
Harold Prince (She Loves Me)

Musical Winner – Hello, Dolly! Book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Produced by David Merrick
Nominees: Funny Girl. Book by Isobel Lennart, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill. Produced by Ray Stark
High Spirits. Book, lyrics, and music by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray. Produced by Lester Osterman, Robert Fletcher, and Richard Horner
She Loves Me. Book by Joe Masteroff, music byJerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Produced by Harold Prince in association with Lawrence N. Kasha and Philip C. McKenna

Play Winner – Luther by John Osborne. Produced by David Merrick
Nominees: The Ballad of the Sad Caf? by Edward Albee. Produced by Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards
Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon. Produced bySaint-Subber
Dylan by Sidney Michael. Produced by George W. George and Frank Granat

Producer (Dramatic) Winner – Herman Shumlin (The Deputy)
Nominees: Lewis Allen and Ben Edwards (The Ballad of the Sad Cafe)
George W. George and Frank Granat (Dylan)
Saint-Subber (Barefoot in the Park)

Producer (Musical) Winner – David Merrick (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: City Center Light Opera Company (West Side Story)
Harold Prince (She Loves Me)
Ray Stark (Funny Girl)

Scenic Designer Winner – Oliver Smith (Hello, Dolly!)
Nominees: Raoul Pene Du Bois (The Student, Gypsy)
Ben Edwards (The Ballad of the Sad Caf?)
David Hays (Marco Millions)

Special Awards Winner – Eva Le Gallienne, celebrating her 50th year as an actress, honored for her work with the National Repertory Theatre.