Which musical has won both a Tony Award and a Pulitzer Prize?

Which musical has won both a Tony Award and a Pulitzer Prize?

On Sunday night, Hamilton became the 24th Pulitzer Drama winner to subsequently take home the Tony for Best Play or Best Musical. The last production to win a Pulitzer and the Tony for Best Musical was Jonathan Larson’s Rent in 1996.

What is the longest-running musical in Broadway?

The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera The longest-running show in Broadway history officially opened on January 26, 1988 and is still playing at the Majestic The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical won 7 1988 Tony Awards® including Best Musical.

Who are the winners of the Tony Awards?

The show opened on Broadway in 1962, and at the 1963 Tony Awards, it won six awards for Best Leading Actor in a Musical (Zero Mostel), Featured Actor in a Musical (David Burns), Author (Shevelove and Gelbart), Direction of a Musical (George Abbott), Producer (Harold Prince), and Musical.

What was the last Broadway musical to win a Tony Award?

The 1964 film adaptation became popular. The Broadway revival in 2003 won the Tony Award for Best Revival. It won eight Tony Awards including Best Musical. The Broadway revival in 2006 won the Tony Award for Best Revival.

How many Tony Awards did Les Miserables win?

It won three Olivier Awards including Best Musical and Best Actor in a Musical. Nominated for ten Tonys, winning four including Best Musical; it also won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Nominated for seven Tonys, winning five; the 1965 film adaptation became popular.

Which is the most nominated musical of all time?

Accumulated records as of 2019: 1 The Producers has won the most Tonys, winning in 12 categories, including Best Musical. 2 Hamilton is the most-nominated production in Tony history, with 16 nominations. 3 The Sound of Music and Fiorello! 4 Passion is the shortest-running winner, with 280 performances.