69th Tony Award nominations

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play 
Steven Boyer – Hand to God as Jason/Tyrone
Bradley Cooper – The Elephant Man as John Merrick
Ben Miles – Wolf Hall Parts One & Two as Thomas Cromwell
Bill Nighy – Skylight as Tom Sergeant
Alex Sharp – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time as Christopher Boone

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play
Geneva Carr – Hand to God as Margery
Helen Mirren – The Audience as Queen Elizabeth II
Elisabeth Moss – The Heidi Chronicles as Heidi Holland
Carey Mulligan – Skylight as Kyra Hollis
Ruth Wilson – Constellations as Marianne

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical 
Michael Cerveris – Fun Home as Bruce Bechdel
Robert Fairchild – An American in Paris as Jerry Mulligan
Brian d’Arcy James – Something Rotten! as Nick Bottom
Ken Watanabe – The King and I as The King of Siam
Tony Yazbeck – On the Town as Gabey

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
Kristin Chenoweth – On the Twentieth Century as Lily Garland
Leanne Cope – An American in Paris as Lise Dassin
Beth Malone – Fun Home as Alison Bechdel
Kelli O’Hara – The King and I as Anna Leonowens
Chita Rivera – The Visit as Claire Zachannassian

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play 
Matthew Beard – Skylight as Edward Sergeant
K. Todd Freeman – Airline Highway as Sissy Na Na
Richard McCabe – The Audience as PM Harold Wilson
Alessandro Nivola – The Elephant Man as Frederick Treves
Nathaniel Parker – Wolf Hall Parts One & Two as Henry VIII
Micah Stock – It’s Only a Play as Gus P. Head

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play
Annaleigh Ashford – You Can’t Take It With You as Essie Carmichael
Patricia Clarkson – The Elephant Man as Madge Kendal
Lydia Leonard – Wolf Hall Parts One & Two as Anne Boleyn
Sarah Stiles – Hand to God as Jessica
Julie White – Airline Highway as Tanya

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical 
Christian Borle – Something Rotten! as The Bard
Andy Karl – On the Twentieth Century as Bruce Granit
Brad Oscar – Something Rotten! as Nostradamus
Brandon Uranowitz – An American in Paris as Adam Hochberg
Max von Essen – An American in Paris as Henri Baurel

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical
Victoria Clark – Gigi as Mamita
Judy Kuhn – Fun Home as Helen Bechdel
Sydney Lucas – Fun Home as Small Alison
Ruthie Ann Miles – The King and I as Lady Thiang
Emily Skeggs – Fun Home as Medium Alison

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