ABS-CBN 3rd Quarter 2009 Shows

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ABS-CBN, has released its list of upcoming television programs for the 3rd quarter of 2009.

Depicted as shows about Damdaming Pinoy, Katangiang Pinoy, and Galing ng Pinoy, here are the new, inspiring and exciting shows of Kapamilya network:

PAG-IBIG:

George & Cecil
Starring: Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo

The Wedding
Starring: Anne Curtis, Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay

Lovers in Paris (Philippine Edition)
Starring: KC Concepcion and Piolo Pascual

Precious Heart Romances Presents: Ang Lalaking Nagmahal Sa Akin
Starring: Toni Gonzaga and Derek Ramsay

KARANGALAN:

Miss Universe 2009

TIBAY NG LOOB:

Katorse
Starring: Erich Gonzales, Ejay Falcon and Xian Lim

Pinoy Big Brother
Hosted by Toni Gonzaga

KATATAGAN:

MMK 18
Hosted by Charo Santos-Concio

Dahil May Isang Ikaw
Starring: Lorna Tolentino, Gabby Concepcion, John Estrada, Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa

INSPIRASYON:

Vilma Documentary Special




GMA-7: Greater and Grateful at 59

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GMA-7, the longest running Philippine television network is celebrating its 59th year anniversary this year with the theme "Greater and Grateful at 59".



And as a treat to all loyal Kapuso fans who brought them to being number 1, GMA Network will stage a grand anniversary celebration on Friday, June 19, at the Araneta Coliseum. To get free tickets to this event, you may proceed to GMA Network Center audience entrance from June 15 - 16 at 2pm - 5pm.

Douglas Quijano is Dead

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Veteran talent manager Douglas Quijano is dead. He was found lifeless by his driver Francis and film director Ces Evangelista in his Lucban, Quezon home earlier today, June 13.

According to Ces, Douglas usually wakes up early. So when he was not able to join them for breakfast, they knocked on his door at around 10 a.m. When he did not answer, they forced open the door. That's where they discovered the body.

At the moment, the cause of death is still unknown.

Tito Dougs, as he was fondly called by people in the showbiz industry, was considered as one of the best, if not the best, talents managers in the country. He was behind the success of some of today's most popular stars; like Richard Gomez and his wife Lucy Torres Gomez, Mark Anthony Fernandez, Jomari Yllana, Joey Marquez, Janice de Belen, Gelli de Belen, Wendell Ramos, John Estrada, Anjo Yllana, Antonio Aquitania, to name a few.

He also had a hand in discovering Claudine Barretto, Carmina Villarroel, Nadia Montenegro, Eric Fructuoso, and many others.

Aside from managing talents, he also set up his own film company MAQ Productions. He was also credited as executive producer, line producer, and project coordinator for many movies of Regal Films, owned by Mother Lily Monteverde, and other film outfits.

He also wrote the screenplay of the movies Isang Gabi, Tatlong Babae (1975) and Zoom, Zoom Superman! (1973).

Tito Dougs was also one of the founders of PAMI (Philippine Artists Managers, Inc.), an organization of talent managers.

Coco Martin "Serbis" Video Scandal




A leaked frontal videos and screen capped of Indie King Coco Martin in the multi-awarded indie film Serbis is now circulating the internet and are getting high hits on Youtube. Many suspect it to be fake, digitally enhanced. Others says its prosthetics.

As reported, Coco Martin felt violated and this incident put the trust and relationship he had with Cannes Film Festival Best Director Brillante Mendoza in jeopardy.

The said frontal nudity in the movie was never commercially shown in the Philippines and should not be released whether in video or in photo, according to source close to Coco.

Watch below that controversial frontal nudity scene in the movie "Serbis" (
watch it on 2:30-4:50 sequence).



For the photo's visit http://tunaynabading.blogspot.com/


AGB Mega Manila TV Ratings (June 10): GMA-7 Ruled Daytime Programming while ABS-CBN Primetime Shows Reigned Supreme

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Here are the Top 10 daytime and primetime programs on June 10 based on the overnight survey of AGB Nielsen Philippines among Mega Manila households:

Daytime:

1. Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? (GMA-7) - 25.3%
2. Eat Bulaga (GMA-7) - 23.4%
3. Ngayon at Kailanman (GMA-7) - 21.7%
4. Boys Over Flowers (ABS-CBN) - 20.7%
5. Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 18.5%
6. Hole in the Wall (GMA-7) - 16.5%
7. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 16.7%
8. Kambal sa Uma (ABS-CBN) - 14.8%
9. Hotshot (ABS-CBN) - 14%;
10. Precious Hearts (ABS-CBN) - 11.8%

Primetime:

1. May Bukas Pa (ABS-CBN) - 33.5%
2. Tayong Dalawa (ABS-CBN) - 32.8%
3. Zorro (GMA-7) - 31.7%
4. Only You (ABS-CBN) - 30.6%
5. Totoy Bato (GMA-7) - 28.8%
6. 24 Oras (GMA-7) - 28.4%
7. TV Patrol (ABS-CBN) - 26.3%
8. Adik sa ‘Yo (GMA-7) - 26.1%
9. One Liter of Tears (GMA-7) - 21.4%
10. Pinoy Bingo Night (ABS-CBN) - 17.7%

Source: AGB Nielsen Philippines

Best Friends Forever (BFF) is Philippines' Second Highest Grossing Film of 2009

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Star Cinema’s Best Friends Forever (BFF), starring the Comedy Concert Queen Ai Ai delas Alas and the Megastar Sharon Cuneta, raked in P97.8 million at the box-office in 3 weeks, making it the second highest grossing Pinoy film of 2009.

According to Box Office Mojo, Best Friend Forever debuted at no. 2 on its weekend opening of May 13 to 17, 2009 with P44 million haul at the local box-office. The no. 1 movie in the country that time was Angels and Demons.

On its second week, Best Friends Forever (BFF) almost doubled its first weekend gross as it hit P82 million. Angels and Demons still ruled local box-office at that time while Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian debuted at no. 2.

TOP 8 PINOY MOVIES OF 2009
(As of June 12, 2009)

1. You Changed My Life - P230.44 million
(Star Cinema and VIVA Films)

2. Bestfriends Forever (BFF) - P97.00 million *
(Star Cinema)

3. Tenement 2 - P86.45 million
(Star Cinema)

4. Love Me Again: Land Down Under - P67.07 million
(Star Cinema)

5. When I Met U - P64.29 million
(GMA Films)

6. Sundo - P50.08 million
(GMA Films)

7. Status Single - P11.47 million
(VIVA Films)

8. Ded Na Si Lolo - P6.14 million
(APT Entertainment)

* still showing in cinemas

Sarah Geronimo Leads FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2009 Poll

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Were you in attendance at her "Sarah: The Next One" concert?

Have you watched her latest ASAP'09 performances?

Did you read her interviews saying, "Na-realize ko na ito na yung gusto ko palang gawin. Yung matured singing, may dancing, sexy, may attitude."

Yes, Sarah, who were known for her wholesome image is now getting matured...with the right attitude. And so the editors of FHM Philippines included her in this year’s contenders for the FHM Sexiest Women in the World. FHM managing editor Allan Hernandez said, "Of late, Sarah has been showing a sexier side in concerts and TV appearances, getting more comfortable wearing those pop vixen getups. It seems the boys are noticing that."

And positively, fans agreed that Sarah is indeed now ready for the label. And it shows in the initial results released by FHM Philippines where Sarah placed on the Top 10. Sarah Geronimo is also on its wish list of future cover girls for FHM Philippines.

Now, fans and boys alike have the power to pick this year’s FHM Sexiest Woman in the World. Register to vote via SMS by texting fhm100 to 2948. To get the complete list of nominees, log on to www.FHM.com.ph. You can also vote online or fill out the ballots printed in FHM and fax them to 637-2206. Voting ends on June 15, 2009. So cast your vote now!


1st Philippine Radio Music Awards - Winners




Here are the winners of the 1st Philippine Radio Music Awards:

RnB Solo Artist:
Luke Mejares

RnB Group:
Dice & K9 Mobbstarr

Alternative Solo Artist:
Miguel Escueta

Alternative Group:
Parokya ni Edgar

Pop Male Artist:
Gary Valenciano

Pop Female Artist:
Sitti

Pop Group:
Overtone

Best New Artist:
Rico Blanco

Breakthrough Artist:
Richard Poon

Best Solo Artist:
Rico Blanco

Best Independent Artist:
Kitchie Nadal

Album of the Year:
Rico Blanco

International Artist:
Bamboo

Listeners’ Choice:
Sarah Geronimo

Lifetime Achievement Award:
Gary Valenciano

Special Award:
FrancisM

The awarding was held at the Sky Dome of SM North Edsa on Tuesday night, June 9, 2009..

Miley Cyrus' Break-Up with Justin Gaston, Confirmed!

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Miley Cyrus and Justin Gaston's rumored break-up was confirmed by the two through their twitter accounts.

"They broke up on Sunday," confirms by somebody close to both Miley and Justin.

E! Online reports the split was caused by Miley’s ex-boyfriend, Nick Jonas: "She obviously has been hanging out with Nick again a lot, and Justin was cool with it at first, as long as it was just a cool, friendly thing. She didn’t cheat, but I guess Nick was trying to get her back the whole time."

Miley tweeted the day of the break-up, "I hope that I’m dreaming, cause I’m sick of this feeling. Tears are words the heart can’t express. Why does saying good-bye hurt so much? Daddy’s giving me therapy. Life will go on. You will smile again…. we will smile again."

While Justin wrote, "I almost fell asleep. I think I did for like 10 seconds. Obviously it didn’t work out. How many tears are in there? They’ve gotta run out soon right?"

Photo credit: Jared

AGB Mega Manila TV Ratings (June 5 - 8): Adik Sa ‘Yo’ Registers Lowest Kapuso Premiere in 5 Years

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Adik Sa ‘Yo trumped Atlantika and All About Eve for getting the lowest pilot episode of a GMA show since 2005.

The romantic comedy series starring Jolina Magdangal, Dennis Trillo, Jennica Garcia and Marvin Agustin garnered a very low pilot rating of 25.4% erasing the record low 25.5% pilot rating of Atlantika last Oct. 3, 2006.

Last March 9, 2009, the pilot episode of GMA’s adaptation of the koreanovela "All About Eve" placed 2nd to the all-time lowest with 26.1% rating in Mega Manila. Now the all-time lowest pilot episode of a GMA primetime series belongs to Adik Sa ‘Yo, the second lowest is now Atlantika while the 3rd lowest is All About Eve.

Another GMA program debuted modestly yesterday. The Sine Novela Ngayon at Kailanman starring Heart Evangelista and JC de Vera registered 21.1% which is good for 3rd place in the daytime race. Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? remains no. 1 while Eat Bulaga captured the 2nd spot.

An interesting turn of events happened last Saturday. The TV5 reality show "Talentadong Pinoy" climbed from it’s usual no. 8 position to no. 4 in the primetime race beating GMA’s "Are You the Next Big Star?" and all primetime programs of ABS-CBN.

Another TV5 show was able to enter the Top 10. Midnight DJ, topbilled by Oyi Boy Sotto, placed 9th and higher than ABS-CBN’s The Singing Bee which settled to no. 10 last Saturday.

Here are the Top 10 daytime and primetime programs from June 5 to 8 based on the overnight survey of AGB Nielsen Philippines among Mega Manila households:


June 5, Friday

Daytime:
1. Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? (GMA-7) - 30.4%
2. Paano Ba ang Mangarap? (GMA-7) - 27.8%
3. Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 24.1%
4. Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 20%
5. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 18%
6. Slamdunk (GMA-7) - 15.1%
7. Hot Shot (ABS-CBN) - 14.8%
8. One Piece (GMA-7) - 14.3%
9. Chil Princesses (GMA-7) - 14.1%
10. Precious Hearts Romances Presents Bud Brothers (ABS-CBN) / My Name Is Kim Sam Soon Rewind (GMA-7) - 13.7%

Primetime:
1. 24 Oras (GMA-7) - 33.3%
2. All About Eve (GMA-7) - 31.8%
3. Zorro (GMA-7) - 31.4%
4. Only You (ABS-CBN) - 31.2%
5. Totoy Bato (GMA-7) - 30.4%
6. May Bukas Pa (ABS-CBN) - 30.3%
7. Tayong Dalawa (ABS-CBN) - 29.4%
8. TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 26.8%
9. One Liter of Tears (GMA-7) - 24.1%
10. Boys Over Flowers (ABS-CBN) - 23.6%

June 6, Saturday

Daytime:
1. Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 27.3%
2. Wish Ko Lang (GMA-7) - 21.3%
3. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 18.7%
4. Joey’s Quirky World (GMA-7) - 18.5%
5. Startalk (GMA-7) - 17.7%
6. Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN (ABS-CBN) - 17.6%
7. Spongebob Squarepants (TV5) - 14.9%
8. Maynila (GMA-7) - 14.2%
9. Happy Land (GMA-7) - 13%
10. Art Angel (GMA-7) - 11.9%

Primetime:
1. Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (GMA-7) - 31.7%
2. Imbestigador (GMA-7) - 23.7%
3. Bitoy’s Funniest Videos (GMA-7) - 22.7%
4. Talentadong Pinoy (TV5) - 19.6%
5. Pinoy Records (GMA-7) - 18.3%
6. XXX (ABS-CBN) - 18.2%
7. Maalaala Mo Kaya (ABS-CBN) - 17.9%
8. Are You The Next Big Star? (GMA-7) - 17.6%
9. Midnight DJ (TV5) - 16.5%
10. The Singing Bee (ABS-CBN) - 16.1%

June 7, Sunday

Daytime:
1. SOP (GMA-7) - 16.7%
2. ASAP ‘09 (ABS-CBN) - 15.2%
3. Joey’s Quirky World (GMA-7) - 14.6%
4. Dear Friend (GMA-7) - 14.4%
5. Showbiz Central (GMA-7) - 12.4%
6. The Buzz (ABS-CBN) - 12.1%
7. Matanglawin (ABS-CBN) - 11.2%
8. Your Song Presents Boystown (ABS-CBN) - 10.8%
9. Kay Susan Tayo (GMA-7) - 10.4%
10. Spongebob Squarepants (TV5) - 10.3%

Primetime:
1. Mel & Joey (GMA-7) - 25.4%
2. Rated K (ABS-CBN) - 23.5%
3. All Star K (GMA-7) - 22.6%
4. Power of 10 (GMA-7) - 22.1%
5. Kap’s Amazing Stories (GMA-7) - 20.5%
6. The Singing Bee (ABS-CBN) - 19.2%
7. Ful Haus (GMA-7) - 18%
8. Sharon (ABS-CBN) - 17.3%
9. Goin’ Bulilit (ABS-CBN) - 12.9%
10. TV Patrol Linggo (ABS-CBN) - 12%

June 8, Monday

Daytime:
1. Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? (GMA-7) - 27.3%
2. Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 24.7%
3. Ngayon at Kailanman (GMA-7) - 21.1%
4. Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 19.4%
5. Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 16%

Primetime:
1. Zorro (GMA-7) - 33.9%
2. 24 Oras (GMA-7) - 31.7%
3. May Bukas Pa (ABS-CBN) - 31.4%
4. Totoy Bato (GMA-7) - 29.5%
5. Only You (ABS-CBN) - 29.3%
6. Tayong Dalawa (ABS-CBN) - 28.2%
7. TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) / Adik Sa ‘Yo (GMA-7) - 25.4%
8. Hole In The Wall (GMA-7) - 20.2%
9. Boys Over Flowers (ABS-CBN) - 19.6%
10. One Liter of Tears (GMA-7) - 18.3%

Source: AGB Nielsen Philippines via Starmometer

Hollywood Life’s 2009 Young Hollywood Awards - Winners




Here is the complete list of winners for the 11th Annual Young Hollywood Awards:

Young Hollywood Artist of the Year:
Adam Lambert

Young Hollywood Superstar:
Evan Rachel Wood

Breakthrough Performance, Male:
Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl)

Breakthrough Performance, Female:
Rumer Willis (Wild Cherry)

Young Hollywood Director:
Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight)

Young Hollywood Superstar of Tomorrow:
AnnaLynne McCord (90210, Nip Tuck)

Young Hollywood Comedy Award:
Ari Graynor

Young Hollywood Crossover:
Bar Refaeli

Young Hollywood Green Award:
Q’Orianka Kilcher

Young Hollywood Athlete:
Shawn Johnson (Dancing with the Stars winner)

Young Hollywood Action Stars:
Columbus Short and Jamie Chung

Previous winners of Young Hollywood Awards include Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johannson, Zac Efron, Shia LaBeouf, Hayden Pannettiere, Abigail Breslin and Dakota Fanning.


ShowbizNest is Now Nesting @ Twitter!

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The BIRD that gives you fresh showbiz news here and abroad is the same bird that is now....TWITTING....to give you even fresher, hotter, and juicier showbiz news!!!



Follow the twitting bird at http://www.twitter.com/showbiznest

Rolling Stone Magazine Outed Adam Lambert

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American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert officially confirms his true sexuality in the the latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine.


Here’s a preview of his interview:

On coming out: "I don’t think it should be a surprise for anyone to hear that I’m gay…. I’m proud of my sexuality. I embrace it. It’s just another part of me [But] I’m trying to be a singer, not a civil rights leader."

On realizing he was gay growing up: "I started to realize I wasn’t like every other boy. I realized that we all have our own power, and that whatever I wanted to do, I had to make happen."

On his run on American Idol: "I was like, 'I’m going to glue rhinestones on my eyelids, b—-!' Right after the finale, I almost started talking about [being gay] to the reporters, but I thought, 'I’m going to wait for Rolling Stone, that will be cooler.' I didn’t want the Clay Aiken thing and the celebrity-magazine bulls—. I need to be able to explain myself in context… Clay Aiken’s gay, and I’m gay, and we couldn’t be more different. The only thing that is the same about everyone in the gay community is that we’re gay. … Why can’t we talk about a human community?"

On getting attention from fangirls: "I loved it this season when the girls went crazy for me. As far as I’m concerned, it’s all hot."

On sharing a bedroom with Idol winner Kris Allen: "They put me with the cute guy. Distracting! He’s the one guy I found attractive in the whole group on the show: nice, nonchalant, pretty and totally my type — except that he has a wife. I mean he’s open-minded and liberal, but he’s definitely 100% straight."

On gaining self-confidence through Idol: "I finally checked into my self-worth for the first time in my life, and the fact that it coincided with Idol is so sweet. I mean, I still have moments where I think, 'Oh, my skin is terrible, and I’m a little fat — I should really go to the gym more.' But for the most part, when I look in the mirror now, I finally see somebody who can do something cool."

For more details on how he came out to his family and what was going through his head when those photos of him in drag hit the web mid-season, pick up the newest issue of Rolling Stone, on stands Wednesday.

Star Cinema Presents Another Scream Flick Titled "Villa Estrella"

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Living up to its trend of giving the viewing public a must see quality horror movie, Star Cinema is coming out with another scream flick that will deliver chills to moviegoers.

Villa Estrella is another place to avoid but definitely another movie to watch out for. It’s a teen flick horror movie starring Jake Cuenca, Shaina Magdayao, Maja Salvador, Geoff Eigenmann, Liza Lorena and John Estrada. At the helm is Rico Maria Ilarde.

Villa Estrella is a mysterious resort haunted by many spirits seeking justice from people who caused their death. The movie will start with Ana (played by Shaina Magdayao), who always been afflicted with so many bad dreams or nightmares about people being killed. The twist begins when her ex-boyfriend (played by Jake Cuenca) brings her to Villa Estrella for a vacation, where she meets a girl (Maja Salvador) who is very familiar from her dreams. A lot of spirits will haunt them while staying at the resort leading them to a danger they never expected to happen.

Showing on July 1, 2009. Villa Estrella is directed by Rico Maria Ilarde.

Watch "Villa Estrella" trailers below:


Trailer 1:


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Trailer 3:



2009 Tony Awards - Winners

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Here are the nominees and winners (in bold) of 63rd Tony Awards, announced at the Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 7) in New York City:

Best Play:
Dividing the Estate
God of Carnage - Winner!
Reasons to be pretty
33 Variations

Best Musical:
Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Next to Normal
Rock of Ages
Shrek The Musical

Best Book of a Musical:
Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Next to Normal
Shrek The Musical

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre:
Billy Elliot, The Musical
Next to Normal - Winner!
9 to 5: The Musical
Shrek The Musical

Best Revival of a Play:
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
Mary Stuart
The Norman Conquests - Winner!
Waiting for Godot

Best Revival of a Musical:
Guys and Dolls
Hair - Winner!
Pal Joey
West Side Story

Best Special Theatrical Event:
Liza’s at The Palace - Winner!
Slava’s Snowshow
Soul of Shaolin
You’re Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play:
Jeff Daniels - God of Carnage
Raul Esparza - Speed-the-Plow
James Gandolfini - God of Carnage
Geoffrey Rush - Exit the King - Winner!
Thomas Sadoski - Reasons to Be Pretty

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play:
Hope Davis - God of Carnage
Jane Fonda - 33 Variations
Marcia Gay Harden - God of Carnage - Winner!
Janet McTeer - Mary Stuart
Harriet Walter - Mary Stuart

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical:
David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, and Kiril Kulish - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Gavin Creel - Hair
Brian d’Arcy James - Shrek The Musical
Constantine Maroulis - Rock of Ages
J. Robert Spencer - Next to Normal

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical:
Stockard Channing - Pal Joey
Sutton Foster - Shrek The Musical
Allison Janney - 9 to 5: The Musical
Alice Ripley - Next to Normal - Winner!
Josefina Scaglione - West Side Story

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play:
John Glover - Waiting for Godot
Zach Grenier - 33 Variations
Stephen Mangan - The Norman Conquests
Paul Ritter - The Norman Conquests”
Roger Robinson - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone - Winner!

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play:
Hallie Foote - Dividing the Estate
Jessica Hynes - The Norman Conquests
Marin Ireland - Reasons to be pretty
Angela Lansbury - Blithe Spirit - Winner!
Amanda Root - The Norman Conquests

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical:
David Bologna - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Gregory Jbara - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Marc Kudisch - 9 to 5: The Musical
Christopher Sieber - Shrek The Musical
Will Swenson - Hair

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical:
Jennifer Damiano - Next to Normal
Haydn Gwynne - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Karen Olivo - West Side Story - Winner!
Martha Plimpton - Pal Joey
Carole Shelley - Billy Elliot, The Musical

Best Scenic Design of a Play:
Dale Ferguson - Exit the King
Rob Howell - The Norman Conquests
Derek McLane - 33 Variations - Winner!
Michael Yeargan - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Best Scenic Design of a Musical:
Robert Brill - Guys and Dolls
Ian MacNeil - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Scott Pask - Pal Joey
Mark Wendland - Next to Normal

Best Costume Design of a Play:
Dale Ferguson - Exit the King
Jane Greenwood - Waiting for Godot
Martin Pakledinaz - Blithe Spirit
Anthony Ward - Mary Stuart - Winner!

Best Costume Design of a Musical:
Gregory Gale - Rock of Ages
Nicky Gillibrand - Billy Elliot, The Musical
Tim Hatley - Shrek The Musical - Winner!
Michael McDonald - Hair

Best Lighting Design of a Play:
David Hersey - Equus
David Lander - 33 Variations
Brian MacDevitt - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone - Winner!
Hugh Vanstone - Mary Stuart

Best Lighting Design of a Musical:
Kevin Adams - Hair
Kevin Adams - Next to Normal
Howell Binkley - West Side Story
Rick Fisher - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!

Best Sound Design of a Play:
Paul Arditti - Mary Stuart
Gregory Clarke - Equus - Winner!
Russell Goldsmith - Exit the King
Scott Lehrer and Leon Rothenberg - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Best Sound Design of a Musical:
Acme Sound Partners - Hair
Paul Arditti - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Peter Hylenski - Rock of Ages
Brian Ronan - Next to Normal

Best Direction of a Play:
Phyllida Lloyd - Mary Stuart
Bartlett Sher - Joe Turner’s Come and Gone
Matthew Warchus - God of Carnage - Winner!
Matthew Warchus - The Norman Conquests

Best Direction of a Musical:
Stephen Daldry - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Michael Greif - Next to Normal
Kristin Hanggi - Rock of Ages
Diane Paulus - Hair

Best Choreography:
Karole Armitage - Hair
Andy Blankenbuehler - 9 to 5: The Musical
Peter Darling - Billy Elliot, The Musical - Winner!
Randy Skinner - Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Best Orchestrations:
Larry Blank - Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
Martin Koch - Billy Elliot, The Musical (tied with) Michael Starobin and Tom Kitt - Next to Normal - Winners!
Danny Troob and John Clancy - Shrek The Musical

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