Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical

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Tony Award for
Best Featured Actress in a Musical
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2019 recipient: Ali Stroker for Oklahoma!
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical
Location United States New York City
Presented by American Theatre Wing, The Broadway League
Currently held by Ali Stroker for Oklahoma! (2019)
Website TonyAwards.com

The Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical has been presented since 1950. The award was not given at the first three Tony Award ceremonies. Nominees were not announced publicly until 1956.

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Winners and nominees

  indicates the winner

1950s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
1950
4th Tony Awards
Juanita Hall South Pacific Bloody Mary
1951
5th Tony Awards
Isabel Bigley Guys and Dolls Sarah Brown
1952
6th Tony Awards
Helen Gallagher Pal Joey Gladys Bumps
1953
7th Tony Awards
Sheila Bond Wish You Were Here Fay Fromkin
1954
8th Tony Awards
Gwen Verdon Can-Can Claudine
1955
9th Tony Awards
Carol Haney The Pajama Game Gladys Hotchkiss
1956
10th Tony Awards
Lotte Lenya The Threepenny Opera Jenny
Rae Allen Damn Yankees Gloria Thorpe
Pat Carroll Catch a StarVarious Characters
Judy Tyler Pipe Dream Suzy
1957
11th Tony Awards
Edie Adams Lil' Abner Daisy Mae
Virginia Gibson Happy Hunting Beth Livingstone
Irra Petina Candide The Old Lady
Jo Sullivan Loesser The Most Happy Fella Rosabella
1958
12th Tony Awards
Barbara Cook The Music Man Marian Paroo
Susan Johnson Oh, Captain! Mae
Carol Lawrence West Side Story Maria
Jackie McKeever Oh, Captain!Mrs. Maud St.James
Josephine Premice Jamaica Ginger
1959
13th Tony Awards
Pat Stanley Goldilocks Lois Lee
Julienne Marie Whoop-Up Mary Champlain

1960s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
1960
14th Tony Awards
Patricia Neway The Sound of Music Mother Abbess
Sandra Church Gypsy Louise
Pert Kelton Greenwillow Gramma Briggs
Lauri Peters and Kathy Dunn, Evanna Lien, Mary Susan Locke, Marilyn Robers, William Snowden and Joseph StewartThe Sound of Music Liesl von Trapp and the other six von Trapp children
1961
15th Tony Awards
Tammy Grimes The Unsinkable Molly Brown Molly Tobin
Nancy Dussault Do Re Mi Tilda Mullen
Chita Rivera Bye Bye Birdie Rosie Alvarez
1962
16th Tony Awards
Phyllis Newman Subways Are for Sleeping Martha Vail
Elizabeth Allen The Gay Life Magda
Barbara Harris From the Second CityVarious Characters
Barbra Streisand I Can Get It for You Wholesale Miss Marmelstein
1963
17th Tony Awards
Anna Quayle Stop the World – I Want to Get Off Evie / Anya / Ilse / Ginnie
Ruth Kobart A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Domina
Virginia Martin Little Me Young Belle Poitrine
Louise Troy Tovarich Natalia Mayovskaya
1964
18th Tony Awards
Tessie O'Shea The Girl Who Came to Supper Ada Cockle
Julienne Marie Foxy Celia
Kay Medford Funny Girl Rose Brice
Louise Troy High Spirits Ruth Condomine
1965
19th Tony Awards
Maria Karnilova Fiddler on the Roof Golde
Luba Lisa I Had a Ball Addie
Carrie Nye Half a Sixpence Helen Walsingham
Barbara Windsor Oh, What a Lovely War! Various Characters
1966
20th Tony Awards
Bea Arthur Mame Vera Charles
Helen Gallagher Sweet Charity Nickie
Patricia Marand It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman Lois Lane
Charlotte Rae Pickwick Mrs. Bardell
1967
21st Tony Awards
Peg Murray Cabaret Fraulein Kost
Leland Palmer A Joyful Noise Miss Jimmie
Josephine Premice A Hand Is on the Gate Various Characters
Susan Watson A Joyful NoiseJenny Lee
1968
22nd Tony Awards
Lillian Hayman Hallelujah, Baby! Momma
Geula GillThe Grand Music Hall of IsraelVarious Characters
Julie Gregg The Happy Time Laurie Mannon
Alice Playten Henry, Sweet Henry Lillian 'Lili' Kafritz
1969
23rd Tony Awards
Marian Mercer Promises, Promises Marge MacDougall
Sandy Duncan Canterbury Tales Molly / Allison / May / The Sweetheart
Lorraine Serabian Zorba Leader
Virginia Vestoff 1776 Abigail Adams

1970s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
1970
24th Tony Awards
Melba Moore Purlie Lutiebell Gussie Mae Jenkins
Bonnie Franklin Applause Bonnie the Gypsy
Penny Fuller Eve Harrington
Melissa Hart Georgy Meredith
1971
25th Tony Awards
Patsy Kelly No, No, Nanette Pauline
Barbara Barrie Company Sarah
Pamela Myers Marta
1972
26th Tony Awards
Linda Hopkins Inner CityVarious Characters
Adrienne Barbeau Grease Betty Rizzo
Bernadette Peters On the Town Hildy Esterhazy
Beatrice Winde Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death Various Characters
1973
27th Tony Awards
Patricia Elliott A Little Night Music Countess Charlotte Malcolm
Hermione Gingold A Little Night MusicMadame Armfeldt
Patsy Kelly Irene Mrs. O'Dare
Irene Ryan Pippin Berthe
1974
28th Tony Awards
Janie Sell Over Here! Mitzi
Leigh Beery Cyrano Roxana
Maureen Brennan Candide Cunégonde
June Gable The Old Lady
Ernestine Jackson Raisin Ruth Younger
1975
29th Tony Awards
Dee Dee Bridgewater The Wiz Glinda
Susan Browning Goodtime Charley Agnès Sorel
Zan Charisse Gypsy Louise
Taina Elg Where's Charley? Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez
Kelly Garrett The Night That Made America Famous Various Characters
Donna Theodore Shenandoah Ann Anderson
1976
30th Tony Awards
Kelly Bishop A Chorus Line Sheila Bryant
Priscilla Lopez A Chorus LineDiana Morales
Patti LuPone The Robber Bridegroom Rosamund Musgrove
Virginia Seidel Very Good Eddie Elsie Darling
1977
31st Tony Awards
Delores Hall Your Arms Too Short to Box with God Various Characters
Ellen Greene The Threepenny Opera Jenny
Millicent Martin Side by Side by Sondheim Various Characters
Julia McKenzie Various Characters
1978
32nd Tony Awards
Nell Carter Ain't Misbehavin' Nell
Imogene Coca On the Twentieth Century Letitia Primrose
Ann Reinking Dancin' Various Characters
Charlayne Woodard Ain't Misbehavin'Charlayne
1979
33rd Tony Awards
Carlin Glynn The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Mona Stangley
Joan EllisThe Best Little Whorehouse in TexasShy
Millicent Martin King of Hearts Madame Madeleine
Maxine Sullivan My Old FriendsMrs. Cooper

1980s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
1980
34th Tony Awards
Priscilla Lopez A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine Gino / Usherette
Debbie Allen West Side Story Anita
Glenn Close Barnum Charity 'Chairy' Barnum
Josie de Guzman West Side StoryMaria
1981
35th Tony Awards
Marilyn Cooper Woman of the Year Jan Donovan
Phyllis Hyman Sophisticated Ladies Various Characters
Wanda Richert 42nd Street Peggy Sawyer
Lynne Thigpen Tintypes Sussanah
1982
36th Tony Awards
Liliane Montevecchi Nine Liliane La Fleur
Karen Akers NineLuisa Contini
Laurie Beechman Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat The Narrator
Anita Morris NineCarla Albanese
1983
37th Tony Awards
Betty Buckley Cats Grizabella
Christine Andreas On Your Toes Frankie Frayne
Karla Burns Show Boat Queenie
Denny Dillon My One and Only Mickey
1984
38th Tony Awards
Lila Kedrova Zorba Madame Hortense
Martine Allard The Tap Dance Kid Emma
Liz Callaway Baby Lizzie Fields
Dana Ivey Sunday in the Park with George Yvonne / Naomi Eisen
1985
39th Tony Awards
Leilani Jones Grind Satin
Evalyn Baron Quilters Daughter of the Frontier
Mary Beth Peil The King and I Anna Leonowens
Lenka Peterson QuiltersSarah
1986
40th Tony Awards
Bebe Neuwirth Sweet Charity Nickie
Patti Cohenour The Mystery of Edwin Drood Rosa Bud / Deirdre Peregrine
Jana Schneider Helena Landless / Janet Conover
Elisabeth Welch Jerome Kern Goes to HollywoodVarious Characters
1987
41st Tony Awards
Frances Ruffelle Les Misérables Éponine
Jane Connell Me and My Girl Duchess Maria
Judy Kuhn Les Misérables Cosette
Jane Summerhays Me and My GirlJaqueline 'Jackie' Carstone
1988
42nd Tony Awards
Judy Kaye The Phantom of the Opera Carlotta Guidicelli
Leleti Khumalo Sarafina! Sarafina
Alyson Reed Cabaret Sally Bowles
Regina Resnik Fraulein Schneider
1989
43rd Tony Awards
Debbie Gravitte Jerome Robbins' Broadway Hildy Esterhazy / Mazeppa / Rosalia / Company
Jane LanierJerome Robbins' BroadwayVarious Characters
Faith Prince Ma / Tessie / Company
Julie Wilson Legs Diamond Flo

1990s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
1990
44th Tony Awards
Randy Graff City of Angels Oolie / Donna
Jane Krakowski Grand Hotel Freida Flamm / Flaemmchen
Kathleen Rowe McAllen Aspects of Love Giulietta Trapani
Crista Moore Gypsy Louise
1991
45th Tony Awards
Daisy Eagan The Secret Garden Mary Lennox
Alison Fraser The Secret GardenMartha Sowerby
Cady Huffman The Will Rogers Follies Ziegfeld's Favorite
LaChanze Once on This Island Ti Moune
1992
46th Tony Awards
Tonya Pinkins Jelly's Last Jam Anita
Liz Larsen The Most Happy Fella Cleo
Vivian Reed The High Rollers Social and Pleasure ClubEnchantress
Barbara Walsh Falsettos Trina
1993
47th Tony Awards
Andrea Martin My Favorite Year Alice Miller
Marcia Mitzman Gaven The Who's Tommy Nora Walker
Jan Graveson Blood Brothers Linda
Lainie Kazan My Favorite YearBelle Carroca
1994
48th Tony Awards
Audra McDonald Carousel Carrie Pipperidge
Marcia Lewis Grease Miss Lynch
Sally Mayes She Loves Me Ilona Ritter
Marin Mazzie Passion Clara
1995
49th Tony Awards
Gretha Boston Show Boat Queenie
Brenda Braxton Smokey Joe's Cafe Various Characters
B.J. Crosby
DeLee Lively
1996
50th Tony Awards
Ann Duquesnay Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk 'da Singer / The Chanteuse
Joohee Choi The King and I Tuptim
Veanne Cox Company Amy
Idina Menzel Rent Maureen Johnson
1997
51st Tony Awards
Lillias White The Life Sonja
Marcia Lewis Chicago Matron Mama Morton
Andrea Martin Candide The Old Lady
Debra Monk Steel Pier Shelby Stevens
1998
52nd Tony Awards
Audra McDonald Ragtime Sarah
Anna Kendrick High Society Dinah Lord
Tsidii Le Loka The Lion King Rafiki
Mary Louise Wilson Cabaret Fraulein Schneider
1999
53rd Tony Awards
Kristin Chenoweth You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Sally Brown
Gretha Boston It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues Various Characters
Valarie Pettiford Fosse Various Characters
Mary Testa On the Town Madame Maude P. Dilly

2000s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
2000
54th Tony Awards
Karen Ziemba Contact Wife
Laura Benanti Swing! Various Characters
Ann Hampton Callaway Various Characters
Eartha Kitt The Wild Party Dolores
Deborah Yates ContactGirl in a Yellow Dress / Gina Minetti
2001
55th Tony Awards
Cady Huffman The Producers Ulla
Polly Bergen Follies Carlotta Campion
Kathleen Freeman The Full Monty Jeanette Burmeister
Kate Levering 42nd Street Peggy Sawyer
Mary Testa Maggie Jones
2002
56th Tony Awards
Harriet Sansom Harris Thoroughly Modern Millie Mrs. Meers
Laura Benanti Into the Woods Cinderella
Spencer Kayden Urinetown Little Sally
Judy Kaye Mamma Mia! Rosie Mulligan
Andrea Martin Oklahoma! Aunt Eller
2003
57th Tony Awards
Jane Krakowski Nine Carla Albanese
Tammy Blanchard Gypsy Louise
Mary Stuart Masterson NineLuisa Contini
Chita Rivera Liliane La Fleur
Ashley Tuttle Movin' Out Judy
2004
58th Tony Awards
Anika Noni Rose Caroline, or Change Emmie Thibodeaux
Beth Fowler The Boy from Oz Marion Woolnough
Isabel Keating Judy Garland
Jennifer Westfeldt Wonderful Town Eileen Sherwood
Karen Ziemba Never Gonna Dance Mabel Pritt
2005
59th Tony Awards
Sara Ramirez Spamalot Lady of the Lake
Joanna Gleason Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Muriel Eubanks
Celia Keenan-Bolger The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Olive Ostrovsky
Jan Maxwell Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Baroness Bomburst
Kelli O'Hara The Light in the Piazza Clara Johnson
2006
60th Tony Awards
Beth Leavel The Drowsy Chaperone The Drowsy Chaperone / Beatrice Stockwell
Carolee Carmello Lestat Gabrielle de Lioncourt
Felicia P. Fields The Color Purple Sofia Johnson
Megan Lawrence The Pajama Game Gladys Hotchkiss
Elisabeth Withers The Color PurpleShug Avery
2007
61st Tony Awards
Mary Louise Wilson Grey Gardens 'Big Edie' Beale
Charlotte d'Amboise A Chorus Line Cassie Ferguson
Rebecca Luker Mary Poppins Winifred Banks
Orfeh Legally Blonde Paulette Bonafonté
Karen Ziemba Curtains Georgia Hendricks
2008
62nd Tony Awards
Laura Benanti Gypsy Louise
Loretta Ables Sayre South Pacific Bloody Mary
De'Adre Aziza Passing Strange Edwina / Marianna / Sudabey
Andrea Martin Young Frankenstein Frau Blücher
Olga Merediz In the Heights Abuela Claudia
2009
63rd Tony Awards
Karen Olivo West Side Story Anita
Jennifer Damiano Next to Normal Natalie Goodman
Haydn Gwynne Billy Elliot the Musical Georgia Wilkinson
Carole Shelley Grandma
Martha Plimpton Pal Joey Gladys Bumps

2010s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
2010
64th Tony Awards
Katie Finneran Promises, Promises Marge MacDougall
Barbara Cook Sondheim on Sondheim Various Characters
Angela Lansbury A Little Night Music Madame Armfeldt
Karine Plantadit Come Fly Away Kate
Lillias White Fela! Funmilayo Kuti
2011
65th Tony Awards
Nikki M. James The Book of Mormon Nabulungi Hatimbi
Laura Benanti Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown Candela
Tammy Blanchard How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Hedy La Rue
Victoria Clark Sister Act Mother Superior
Patti LuPone Women on the Verge of a Nervous BreakdownLucia
2012
66th Tony Awards
Judy Kaye Nice Work If You Can Get It Estonia Dulworth
Elizabeth A. Davis Once Réza
Jayne Houdyshell Follies Hattie Walker
Jessie Mueller On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Melinda Wells
Da'Vine Joy Randolph Ghost the Musical Oda Mae Brown
2013
67th Tony Awards
Andrea Martin Pippin Berthe
Annaleigh Ashford Kinky Boots Lauren
Victoria Clark Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella Marie / Fairy Godmother
Keala Settle Hands on a Hardbody Norma Valverde
Lauren Ward Matilda the Musical Miss Jennifer "Jenny" Honey
2014
68th Tony Awards
Lena Hall Hedwig and the Angry Inch Yitzhak
Linda Emond Cabaret Fräulein Schneider
Anika Larsen Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Cynthia Weil
Adriane Lenox After Midnight Various Characters
Lauren Worsham A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Phoebe D'Ysquith
2015
69th Tony Awards
Ruthie Ann Miles The King and I Lady Thiang
Victoria Clark Gigi Mamita
Judy Kuhn Fun Home Helen Fontana Bechdel
Sydney Lucas Small Alison
Emily Skeggs Medium Alison
2016
70th Tony Awards
Renée Elise Goldsberry Hamilton Angelica Schuyler
Danielle Brooks The Color Purple Sofia Johnson
Jane Krakowski She Loves Me Ilona Ritter
Jennifer Simard Disaster! Sister Mary Downy
Adrienne Warren Shuffle Along Gertrude Saunders / Florence Mills
2017
71st Tony Awards
Rachel Bay Jones Dear Evan Hansen Heidi Hansen
Kate Baldwin Hello, Dolly! Irene Molloy
Stephanie J. Block Falsettos Trina
Jenn Colella Come from Away Annette, Beverley Bass, and others
Mary Beth Peil Anastasia Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna
2018
72nd Tony Awards
Lindsay Mendez Carousel Carrie Pipperidge
Ariana DeBose Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Disco Donna
Renée Fleming CarouselNettie Fowler
Ashley Park Mean Girls Gretchen Wieners
Diana Rigg My Fair Lady Mrs. Higgins
2019
73rd Tony Awards
Ali Stroker Oklahoma! Ado Annie Carnes
Lilli Cooper Tootsie Julie Nichols
Amber Gray Hadestown Persephone
Sarah Stiles TootsieSandy Lester
Mary Testa Oklahoma!Aunt Eller

2020s

YearActressMusicalCharacter
2020
74th Tony Awards
Kathryn Gallagher Jagged Little Pill Bella Fox
Celia Rose Gooding Frankie Healy
Robyn Hurder Moulin Rouge! The Musical Nini Legs-in-the-Air
Lauren Patten Jagged Little PillJo Taylor
Myra Lucretia Taylor Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Gran Georgeanna

Win Total

2 Wins

Nomination Total

Character win total

2 Wins

Character nomination total

Multiple awards and nominations

Actress who have been nominated multiple times in any acting categories

AwardsNominationsRecipient
68 Audra McDonald
510 Julie Harris
7 Angela Lansbury
46 Gwen Verdon
4 Zoe Caldwell
35 Irene Worth
Jessica Tandy
4 Glenn Close
Mary Martin
3 Shirley Booth
210 Chita Rivera
8 Colleen Dewhurst
7 Bernadette Peters
Frances Sternhagen
Patti LuPone
6 Andrea Martin
Laurie Metcalf
Maureen Stapleton
Sutton Foster
5 Cherry Jones
Donna Murphy
Swoosie Kurtz
4 Christine Ebersole
Cynthia Nixon
Judith Ivey
Judy Kaye
Margaret Leighton
3 Anne Bancroft
Helen Gallagher
Helen Hayes
Jennifer Ehle
Judith Light
Liza Minnelli
Viola Davis
2 Bebe Neuwirth
Christine Baranski
Katie Finneran
Lauren Bacall
Sandy Dennis
Tammy Grimes
Uta Hagen
19 Rosemary Harris
7 Jane Alexander
Kelli O'Hara
Stockard Channing
6 Linda Lavin
5 Glenda Jackson
Laura Benanti
Marian Seldes
4 Blythe Danner
Carol Channing
Carole Shelley
Celia Keenan-Bolger
Debra Monk
Diana Rigg
Faith Prince
Jayne Houdyshell
Jessie Mueller
Karen Ziemba
Madeline Kahn
Victoria Clark
3 Amanda Plummer
Barbara Harris
Beth Leavel
Dorothy Loudon
Elizabeth Ashley
Elizabeth Franz
Ethel Merman
Helen Mirren
Idina Menzel
Jane Krakowski
Janet McTeer
Joanna Gleason
Julie White
Kristin Chenoweth
LaChanze
Maggie Smith
Mary-Louise Parker
Mercedes Ruehl
Rae Allen
Stephanie J. Block
Tonya Pinkins
Tyne Daly
Vanessa Redgrave
2 Adriane Lenox
Alexis Smith
Alice Ghostly
Alice Ripley
Anika Noni Rose
Anna Manahan
Annaleigh Ashford
Barbara Cook
Betty Buckley
Cady Huffman
Dolores Gray
Frances McDormand
Gretha Boston
Jo Van Fleet
Joan Allen
Judith Anderson
Leora Dana
Leslie Uggams
Liliane Montevecchi
Lillias White
Linda Hopkins
Lindsay Duncan
Lotte Lenya
Lynne Thigpen
Marcia Gay Harden
Margaret Tyzack
Maria Karnilova
Mary Alice
Mary Louise Wilson
Nanette Fabray
Natasha Richardson
Nina Arianda
Patina Miller
Patricia Elliott
Patsy Kelly
Phylicia Rashad
Phyllis Newman
Priscilla Lopez
Randy Graff
Rosalind Russell
Shirley Knight
Sophie Okonedo
NominationsRecipient
5 Dana Ivey
Estelle Parsons
Jan Maxwell
4 Condola Rashad
Eileen Atkins
Elaine Stritch
Geraldine Page
Judy Kuhn
Kate Nelligan
Laura Linney
Tovah Feldshuh
Zoë Wanamaker
3 Brenda Vaccaro
Carolee Carmello
Dee Hoty
Eileen Heckart
Julie Andrews
Kate Burton
Linda Emond
Louise Troy
Lynn Redgrave
Marin Mazzie
Martha Plimpton
Mary Beth Hurt
Mary Testa
Rebecca Luker
Rosemary Murphy
Sandy Duncan
2 Alison Fraser
Allison Janney
Amy Morton
Amy Ryan
Ann Reinking
Anne Pitoniak
Annette Bening
Barbara Bel Geddes
Barbra Streisand
Beatrice Lillie
Beth Fowler
Carol Burnett
Charlotte d'Amboise
Charlotte Rae
Christine Andreas
Claudia McNeil
Crista Moore
Daphne Rubin-Vega
Debbie Allen
Diana Sands
Eartha Kitt
Elizabeth Allen
Ernestine Jackson
Eva Noblezada
Eve Best
Fionnula Flanagan
Georgia Brown
Gladys Cooper
Inga Swenson
Jane Fonda
Jayne Atkinson
Johanna Day
Josephine Premice
Josie de Guzman
Julienne Marie
Kate Baldwin
Kate Reid
Katharine Hepburn
Kathleen Turner
Kim Stanley
Kristine Nielsen
Laura Osnes
Leland Palmer
Liv Ullmann
Lois Smith
Marcia Lewis
Mary Beth Peil
Michele Lee
Mildred Natwick
Millicent Martin
Nancy Dussault
Nancy Walker
Penny Fuller
Pert Kelton
Ruth Wilson
S. Epatha Merkerson
Sarah Stiles
Sherie Rene Scott
Sinéad Cusack
Siobhán McKenna
Spencer Kayden
Susan Browning
Tammy Blanchard
Vivian Reed
Zohra Lampert

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