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Tony Award for Best Scenic Design

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Awarded for  Best Scenic Design
Category of  Tony Award
Official website  TonyAwards.com
Location  United States New York City
Country  United States of America
Presented by  American Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held by  Eugene Lee for Wicked (2004)
People also search for  Tony Award for Best Lighting Design in a Play or Musical
Winners & Nominees  Eugene LeeWicked, Eugene Lee, Winner, Tom PyeFiddler on the Roof, Tom Pye, Nominee, Robert BrillAssassins, Robert Brill, Nominee, Ralph FunicelloHenry IV, Ralph Funicello, Nominee, Catherine MartinLa Bohème, Catherine Martin, Winner, David RockwellHairspray, David Rockwell, Nominee, John Lee BeattyDinner at Eight, John Lee Beatty, Nominee, Santo LoquastoLong Day's Journey Into Night, Santo Loquasto, Nominee, Tim HatleyPrivate Lives, Tim Hatley, Winner, Daniel OstlingMetamorphoses, Daniel Ostling, Nominee, John Lee BeattyMorning's at Seven, John Lee Beatty, Nominee, Douglas W SchmidtInto the Woods, Douglas W Schmidt, Nominee, Robin WagnerThe Producers, Robin Wagner, Winner, Bob CrowleyThe Invention of Love, Bob Crowley, Nominee, Douglas W Schmidt42nd Street, Douglas W Schmidt, Nominee, Heidi EttingerThe Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Heidi Ettinger, Nominee, Bob CrowleyAida, Bob Crowley, Winner, Robin WagnerKiss Me - Kate, Robin Wagner, Nominee, Tony WaltonUncle Vanya, Tony Walton, Nominee, Thomas LynchThe Music Man, Thomas Lynch, Nominee

This is a list of winners and nominations for the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design for outstanding set design of a play or musical. The award was first presented in 1947. In 1960, 1961, and since 2005, the category was divided into Scenic Design in a Play and Scenic Design in a Musical with each genre receiving its own award.

References

Tony Award for Best Scenic Design Wikipedia


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