Scarlett Johansson and Denzel Washington Receive Tony Awards
Maybe Scarlett Johansson knew that her feature role in in the revival of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge was Tony-worthy, because she decided to go with one of her statement dresses verse muted beige she’s been fond of lately.
Taking home the first Tony award of the night, Scar Jo expressed her gratitude to the theater community and “the Canadian I live with,” her husband Ryan Reynolds who was in attendance! They usually like each other hot and sweaty, but maybe they’re now appreciating each other’s red carpet style.
The award show, hosted by Will & Grace Emmy winner Sean Hayes, focused on America’s theatrical past according to PEOPLE.
A lot of well known film actors took home Tonys in addition to Johansson. Best Actor and Actress went to Denzel Washington and Viola Davis for Fences and La Cage aux Folles respectively.
Catherine Zeta-Jones also took home best actress in the musical revival of Stephen Sondheim’s 1973 A
Little Night Music. I’m sure she could barely contain her excitement about not having to share this award!
Check out the full list of winners after the jump.
BEST PLAY: “Red.”BEST MUSICAL: “Memphis.”BEST BOOK OF A MUSICAL: “Memphis.”BEST ORIGINAL SCORE (MUSIC AND/OR LYRICS) WRITTEN FOR THE THEATER: “Memphis.”BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY: “Fences.”BEST REVIVAL OF A MUSICAL: “La Cage aux Folles.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTOR IN A PLAY: Denzel Washington, “Fences.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTRESS IN A PLAY: Viola Davis, “Fences.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL: Douglas Hodge, “La Cage aux Folles.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL: Catherine Zeta-Jones, “A Little Night Music.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTOR IN A PLAY: Eddie Redmayne, “Red.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A PLAY: Scarlett Johansson, “A View From the Bridge.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTOR IN A MUSICAL: Levi Kreis, “Million Dollar Quartet.”BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL: Katie Finneran, “Promises, Promises.”BEST DIRECTION OF A PLAY: Michael Grandage, “Red.”BEST DIRECTION OF A MUSICAL: Terry Johnson, “La Cage aux Folles.”BEST CHOREOGRAPHY: Bill T. Jones, “Fela!”BEST ORCHESTRATIONS: Daryl Waters and David Bryan, “Memphis.”BEST SCENIC DESIGN OF A PLAY: Christopher Oram, “Red.”BEST SCENIC DESIGN OF A MUSICAL: Christine Jones, “American Idiot.”BEST COSTUME DESIGN OF A PLAY: Catherine Zuber, “The Royal Family.”BEST COSTUME DESIGN OF A MUSICAL: Marina Draghici, “Fela!”BEST LIGHTING DESIGN OF A PLAY: Neil Austin, “Red.”BEST LIGHTING DESIGN OF A MUSICAL: Kevin Adams, “American Idiot.”BEST SOUND DESIGN OF A PLAY: Adam Cork, “Red.”BEST SOUND DESIGN OF A MUSICAL: Robert Kaplowitz, “Fela!”SPECIAL TONY AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT IN THE THEATER: Alan Ayckbourn and Marian Seldes.REGIONAL THEATER TONY AWARD: The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Waterford, Conn.ISABELLE STEVENSON AWARD: David Hyde Pierce.TONY HONORS FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE THEATER: B.H. Barry and Tim Viola.