Tony Award for Best Stage Technician

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Tony Award for
Best Stage Technician
Awarded forBest Stage Technician
Location United States New York City
Presented by American Theatre Wing The Broadway League
Currently held bySolly Pernick for Mr. President (1963)

The Tony Award for Best Stage Technician was awarded to acknowledge the contributions of stage technicians in both musicals and plays. The award was first given in 1948 and last presented in 1963.


Winners and nominees

  indicates the winner


2nd Tony Awards
George GebhardtN/A
3rd Tony Awards


4th Tony Awards
Joe Lynn Miss Liberty
5th Tony Awards
Richard Raven The Autumn Garden
6th Tony Awards
Peter Feller Call Me Madam
7th Tony Awards
Abe Kurnit Wish You Were Here
8th Tony Awards
John Davis Picnic
9th Tony Awards
Richard Rodda Peter Pan
10th Tony Awards
Harry Green Damn Yankees
Middle of the Night
11th Tony Awards
Howard McDonald (posthumous) Major Barbara
12th Tony Awards
Harry Romar Time Remembered
13th Tony Awards
Sam Knapp The Music Man


14th Tony Awards
John Walters The Miracle Worker
15th Tony Awards
Teddy Van Bemmel Becket
16th Tony Awards
17th Tony Awards
Solly Pernick Mr. President

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