Tony Award for Best Scenic Design in a Play

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Tony Award for
Best Scenic Design in a Play
Awarded for Best Scenic Design in a Play
Location United States New York City
Presented by American Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held by Nigel Hook for The Play That Goes Wrong (2017)

Tony Award for Best Scenic Design in a Play is an award for outstanding set design of a play. The award was first presented in 1960 after the category of Best Scenic Design was divided into Scenic Design in a Play and Scenic Design in a Musical with each genre receiving its own award.

Winners and nominees[edit]

  indicates the winner


Year Designer Production
14th Tony Awards
Howard Bay Toys in the Attic
Will Steven Armstrong Caligula
David Hays The Tenth Man
George C. Jenkins The Miracle Worker
Jo Mielziner The Best Man
15th Tony Awards
Oliver Smith Becket
Roger Furse Duel of Angels
David Hays All the Way Home
Jo Mielziner The Devil's Advocate
Rouben Ter-Arutunian Advise and Consent
1962 – 1969 N/A


Year Designer Production
2000 – 2004 N/A
59th Tony Awards
Scott Pask The Pillowman
John Lee Beatty Doubt
David Gallo Gem of the Ocean
Santo Loquasto Glengarry Glen Ross
60th Tony Awards
Bob Crowley The History Boys
John Lee Beatty Rabbit Hole
Santo Loquasto Three Days of Rain
Michael Yeargan Awake and Sing!
61st Tony Awards
Bob Crowley and Scott Pask The Coast of Utopia
Jonathan Fensom Journey's End
David Gallo Radio Golf
Ti Green and Melly Still Coram Boy
62nd Tony Awards
Todd Rosenthal August: Osage County
Peter McKintosh The 39 Steps
Scott Pask Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Anthony Ward Macbeth
63rd Tony Awards
Derek McLane 33 Variations
Dale Ferguson Exit the King
Rob Howell The Norman Conquests
Michael Yeargan Joe Turner's Come and Gone


Year Designer Production
64th Tony Awards
Christopher Oram Red
John Lee Beatty The Royal Family
Alexander Dodge Present Laughter
Santo Loquasto Fences
65th Tony Awards
Rae Smith War Horse
Todd Rosenthal The Motherfucker With the Hat
Ultz Jerusalem
Mark Wendland The Merchant of Venice
66th Tony Awards
Donyale Werle Peter and the Starcatcher
John Lee Beatty Other Desert Cities
Daniel Ostling Clybourne Park
Mark Thompson One Man, Two Guvnors
67th Tony Awards
John Lee Beatty The Nance
Santo Loquasto The Assembled Parties
David Rockwell Lucky Guy
Michael Yeargan Golden Boy
68th Tony Awards
Beowulf Boritt Act One
Bob Crowley The Glass Menagerie
Es Devlin Machinal
Christopher Oram The Cripple of Inishmaan
69th Tony Awards
Bunny Christie and Finn Ross The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Bob Crowley Skylight
Christopher Oram Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
David Rockwell You Can't Take It with You
70th Tony Awards
David Zinn The Humans
Beowulf Boritt Thérèse Raquin
Christopher Oram Hughie
Jan Versweyveld A View from the Bridge
71st Tony Awards
Nigel Hook The Play That Goes Wrong
David Gallo Jitney
Douglas W. Schmidt The Front Page
Michael Yeargan Oslo

Award records[edit]

Multiple wins[edit]

2 Wins

Multiple nominations[edit]

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