Tony Awards Nominations 2024: The Complete List

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Written by: Rachel Sherman

Nominations for the 77th Tony Awards were announced on Tuesday. Here’s who made the list. The Tony Awards nominators didn’t have much time. This year, in a crush of openings, 12 Broadway shows opened in the nine days before the eligibility deadline. (To qualify, a Broadway show must have opened between April 28, 2023, and April 25, 2024.)

Nevertheless, the nominees for the 2024 Tonys were announced Tuesday morning on CBS and via livestream by the Tony winners Jesse Tyler Ferguson (2022, “Take Me Out”) and Renée Elise Goldsberry (2016, “Hamilton”). In a spread of achievements, 28 of the 36 eligible shows picked up at least one nomination.

“Hell’s Kitchen,” Alicia Keys’s semi-autobiographical musical, and “Stereophonic,” David Adjmi’s play about a rock band recording a studio album, each picked up 13 Tony Award nominations, the most of any other productions this year. “Stereophonic” also triumphed for its ensemble acting: five of its seven performers were singled out for individual acting nominations.

[Highlights From the 2024 Tony Nominations]

And notable screen actors were recognized for their stage roles: Daniel Radcliffe picked up his first Tony nomination with his fifth Broadway show, a revival of “Merrily We Roll Along”; Jeremy Strong earned a nomination for “An Enemy of the People”; Rachel McAdams for “Mary Jane”; and Sarah Paulson for “Appropriate.”

This year’s awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 16, at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater. Ariana DeBose, a stage veteran and Oscar winner, will return to host for the third year in a row.

Here is the full list of nominees.

“Jaja’s African Hair Braiding”
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“Mary Jane”
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“Mother Play”
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“Prayer for the French Republic”
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“Stereophonic”
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“Hell’s Kitchen”
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“Illinoise”
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“The Outsiders”
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“Suffs”
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“Water for Elephants”
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“Appropriate”
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“An Enemy of the People”
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“Purlie Victorious”
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“Cabaret”
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“Gutenberg! The Musical!”
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“Merrily We Roll Along”
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“The Who’s Tommy”
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Bekah Brunstetter, “The Notebook”
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Kristoffer Diaz, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Rick Elice, “Water for Elephants”
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Adam Rapp and Justin Levine, “The Outsiders”
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Shaina Taub, “Suffs”
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William Jackson Harper, “Uncle Vanya”
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Leslie Odom Jr., “Purlie Victorious”
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Liev Schreiber, “Doubt”
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Jeremy Strong, “An Enemy of the People”
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Michael Stuhlbarg, “Patriots”
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Betsy Aidem, “Prayer for the French Republic”
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Jessica Lange, “Mother Play”
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Rachel McAdams, “Mary Jane”
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Sarah Paulson, “Appropriate”
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Amy Ryan, “Doubt”
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Brody Grant, “The Outsiders”
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Jonathan Groff, “Merrily We Roll Along”
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Dorian Harewood, “The Notebook”
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Brian d’Arcy James, “Days of Wine and Roses”
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Eddie Redmayne, “Cabaret”
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Eden Espinosa, “Lempicka”
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Maleah Joi Moon, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Maryann Plunkett, “The Notebook”
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Kelli O’Hara, “Days of Wine and Roses”
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Gayle Rankin, “Cabaret”
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Will Brill, “Stereophonic”
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Eli Gelb, “Stereophonic”
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Jim Parsons, “Mother Play”
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Tom Pecinka, “Stereophonic”
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Corey Stoll, “Appropriate”
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Roger Bart, “Back to the Future”
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Joshua Boone, “The Outsiders”
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Brandon Victor Dixon, “Hell’s Kitchen”
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Sky Lakota-Lynch, “The Outsiders”
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Daniel Radcliffe, “Merrily We Roll Along”

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