Helen Hayes Awards Non-Resident Acting

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These Helen Hayes Awards are given for outstanding acting in non-resident or touring productions that are staged in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Lead acting[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Touring Production[edit]

  • 1985 Derek Jacobi - Cyrano de Bergerac - The Kennedy Center
    • Charles Adler - Torch Song Trilogy - The Warner Theatre
    • James Whitmore - Will Rogers, U.S.A. - Ford's Theatre
    • Joe Sears - Greater Tuna - Ford's Theatre
    • Mbongeni Ngema - Woza, Albert! - Arena Stage
    • Percy Mtwa - Woza, Albert! - Arena Stage

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Touring Production or Prior to New York[edit]

  • 1986 Jason Robards - The Iceman Cometh - American National Theatre
    • Bill Irwin - The Regard of Flight - Arena Stage
    • Keene Curtis - La Cage aux Folles - The National Theatre
    • Patrick Dempsey - Brighton Beach Memoirs - The National Theatre
    • Tommy Tune - My One and Only - The Kennedy Center
    • William L. Petersen - In the Belly of the Beast: Letters From Prison - American National Theatre

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1987 Colm Wilkinson - Les Misérables - The Kennedy Center
    • Ben Cross - The Caine Mutiny Court Martial - The Kennedy Center
    • Delroy Lindo - A Raisin in the Sun - The Kennedy Center
    • Edward Duke - Jeeves Takes Charge - Ford's Theatre
    • Joe Sears - Greater Tuna - Ford's Theatre
    • Jonathan Silverman - Broadway Bound - The National Theatre
  • 1988 Derek Jacobi - Breaking the Code - The Kennedy Center
    • Ian McKellen - Acting Shakespeare - The National Theatre
    • Joel Grey - Cabaret - The Kennedy Center
    • Judd Hirsch - I'm Not Rappaport - The National Theatre
    • Richard Kiley - All My Sons - Ford's Theatre
    • Shay Duffin - Confessions of an Irish Rebel - New Playwrights' Theatre
  • 1989 Victor Garber - Wenceslas Square - The Kennedy Center
    • B.D. Wong - M. Butterfly - The National Theatre
    • Brock Peters - Driving Miss Daisy - The Kennedy Center
    • John Lithgow - M. Butterfly - The National Theatre
    • Sammy Cahn - Words and Music - Ford's Theatre
    • Tim Curry - Me and My Girl - The National Theatre
  • 1990 Charles S. Dutton - The Piano Lesson - The Kennedy Center
    • Avery Brooks - Paul Robeson - The Kennedy Center
    • David Hurst - Incommunicado - The Kennedy Center
    • Jaston Williams - A Tuna Christmas - The Kennedy Center
    • Joe Sears - A Tuna Christmas - The Kennedy Center
    • Tom Hulce - A Few Good Men - The Kennedy Center
  • 1991 J. Mark McVey - Les Mis rables - The National Theatre
    • Christopher Moore - The Video Store Owner's Significant Other - American Playwrights Theatre
    • E.G. Marshall - Love Letters - The National Theatre
    • Frank McCusker - The Playboy of the Western World - The Kennedy Center
    • Michael Waldron - Lend Me a Tenor - The Kennedy Center
  • 1992 Robert Morse - Tru - The Kennedy Center
    • Harry Groener - Crazy for You - The National Theatre
    • Jr.,John Cothran - Two Trains Running - The Kennedy Center
    • Niall Buggy - The Shadow of a Gunman - The Kennedy Center
  • 1993 Ian McKellen - Richard III - The Kennedy Center
    • Chip Esten - Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story - The Kennedy Center
    • Jonathan Earl Peck - Blood Knot - Arena Stage
    • Stacy Keach - Solitary Confinement - The Kennedy Center
    • Thomas W. Jones II - The Wizard of Hip (or When in Doubt Slam Dunk) - The Studio Theatre
  • 1994 Stacy Keach - The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center
    • Joel Blum - The World Goes 'Round - The Kennedy Center
    • Lewis J. Stadlen - Guys and Dolls - The Kennedy Center
    • Ron Rifkin - 3 Hotels - The Kennedy Center
    • William H. Macy - Oleanna - The Kennedy Center
  • 1995 Raul Aranas - Miss Saigon - The Kennedy Center
    • Charles Cioffi - The Sisters Rosensweig - The Kennedy Center
    • Jaston Williams - The Foreigner - Ford's Theatre
    • Joe Sears - The Foreigner - Ford's Theatre
    • Steve Isaacs - The Who's Tommy - The Kennedy Center
  • 1996 Jonathan Hadary - Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches - The Kennedy Center
    • Colm Wilkinson - "Andrew Lloyd Webber Music of the Night" - The National Theatre
    • Jonathan Hadary - Angels in America, Part 2: Perestroika - The Kennedy Center
    • Juan Chioran - Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Musical - The National Theatre
    • Kirby Ward - Crazy for You - The Kennedy Center
    • Matthew Broderick - How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying! - The Kennedy Center
  • 1997 Roger Guenveur Smith - A Huey P. Newton Story - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
    • Alex Jennings - A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Kennedy Center
    • Bruce McIntosh - Fixin' to Die: A Visit to the Mind of Lee Atwater - Church Street Theater
    • Frederick C. Inkley - Disney's Beauty and the Beast - The Kennedy Center
    • Jerry Lewis - Damn Yankees - The Kennedy Center
    • Ntare Mwine - Nomathemba - The Kennedy Center
  • 1998 Derick K. Grant - Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk - The National Theatre
    • Ezra Knight - The Darker Face of the Earth - The Kennedy Center and Crossroads Theatre Company
    • Gregory Henderson - Whirlwind! - Turnip Theatre Company and Jay Harris at Church Street Theater
    • Jaston Williams - A Tuna Christmas - The Warner Theatre
    • Joe Sears - A Tuna Christmas - The Warner Theatre
    • John Scherer - By Jeeves - The Kennedy Center and the Goodspeed Opera House
  • 1999 Alex Jennings - Hamlet - The Kennedy Center
    • Alton Fitzgerald White - Ragtime - The National Theatre
    • Dan Hiatt - Picasso at the Lapin Agile - Ford's Theatre
    • Jeremy Kushnier - Footloose - The Kennedy Center
    • Michael Rupert - Ragtime - The National Theatre
  • 2000 Norbert Leo Butz - Cabaret - The Warner Theatre
    • Bill Irwin - Fool Moon - The Kennedy Center
    • Charles Durning - The Gin Game - The Kennedy Center
    • David Shiner - Fool Moon - The Kennedy Center
    • Jaston Williams - Red, White and Tuna - The Kennedy Center
    • Joe Sears - Red, White and Tuna - The Kennedy Center
  • 2001 Marc Wolf - Another American: Asking and Telling - The Studio Theatre
    • Jack Willis - Art - The Kennedy Center
    • Little John Nee - The Derry Boat - The Keegan Theatre
    • Stephen Bogardus - James Joyce's The Dead - The Kennedy Center
    • Terace Jones - Fosse - The National Theatre
    • Tyler Perry - I Can Do Bad All By Myself - The Warner Theatre
  • 2002 Jason Watkins - A Servant of Two Masters - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Brian Stokes Mitchell - King Hedley II - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Ethan Sandler - Fully Committed - Ford's Theatre
    • Matt Rippy - The Compleat Works of Wm. Shakespeare (Abridged) - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Ron Campbell - The Thousandth Night - MetroStage
  • 2003 Brian Stokes Mitchell - Man of La Mancha - The National Theatre
    • John Epperson - Lypsinka! The Boxed Set - The Studio Theatre
    • Judd Hirsch - I'm not Rappaport - Ford's Theatre
    • Justin Bond - Kiki & Herb in Pardon Our Appearance - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
    • Len Cariou - Copenhagen - The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Touring Production[edit]

  • 1985 Diane Fratantoni - Cats - The National Theatre
    • Kaye Ballard - Hey, Ma ... Kaye Ballard - The Kennedy Center
    • Lenka Peterson - Quilters - The Kennedy Center
    • Sally Struthers - The Odd Couple - The National Theatre
    • Sinéad Cusack - Cyrano de Bergerac - The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Touring Production or Prior to New York[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1987 Linda Lavin - Broadway Bound - The National Theatre
    • Esther Rolle - A Raisin in the Sun - The Kennedy Center
    • Rosemary Harris - Hay Fever - The Kennedy Center
    • Sharon Brown - Dreamgirls - The National Theatre
    • Teresa Burrell - Queenie Pie - The Kennedy Center
  • 1988 Ann Guilbert - The Immigrant: A Hamilton County Album - Arena Stage
    • Alyson Reed - Cabaret - The Kennedy Center
    • Colleen Dewhurst - My Gene - The Kennedy Center
    • Donna McKechnie - Sweet Charity - The National Theatre
    • Sandra Reaves-Phillips - The Great Ladies of Blues & Jazz - Arena Stage
  • 1989 Lily Tomlin - The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe - The Kennedy Center
    • Dana Ivey - Wenceslas Square - The Kennedy Center
    • Julie Harris - Driving Miss Daisy - The Kennedy Center
    • Madeline Kahn - Born Yesterday - The National Theatre
    • Tina Fabrique - Abyssinia - Arena Stage
  • 1990 Nan Martin - The Road to Mecca - The Kennedy Center
    • Margo Martindale - Steel Magnolias - The Kennedy Center
    • Nancy Marchand - The Cocktail Hour - The Kennedy Center
    • S. Epatha Merkerson - The Piano Lesson - The Kennedy Center
    • Tyne Daly - Gypsy - The Kennedy Center
  • 1991 Cheryl Lynn Bruce - From the Mississippi Delta - Arena Stage
    • Colleen Dewhurst - Love Letters - The National Theatre
    • Jacqueline Williams - From the Mississippi Delta - Arena Stage
    • Roma Downey - The Playboy of the Western World - The Kennedy Center
    • Sally Mayes - Closer Than Ever - Arena Stage
    • Sybil Walker - From the Mississippi Delta - Arena Stage
  • 1992 Mercedes Ruehl - Lost in Yonkers - The National Theatre
    • Cynthia Martells - Two Trains Running - The Kennedy Center
    • Jodi Benson - Crazy for You - The National Theatre
    • Julie Harris - Lucifer's Child - The Kennedy Center
    • Teri Bibb - The Phantom of the Opera - The Kennedy Center
  • 1993 Julie Harris - Lettice & Lovage - The National Theatre
    • Charlotte Cornwell - Richard III - The Kennedy Center
    • Linda Balgord - Aspects of Love - The Kennedy Center
    • Melody Kay - The Secret Garden - The Kennedy Center
    • Roberta Maxwell - Lettice & Lovage - The National Theatre
    • Vanita Harbour - Once on This Island - The Kennedy Center
  • 1994 Debra Monk - 3 Hotels - The Kennedy Center
    • Lorna Luft - Guys and Dolls - The Kennedy Center
    • Marlo Thomas - Six Degrees of Separation - The National Theatre
    • Melissa Errico - My Fair Lady - The National Theatre
    • Valerie Wright - The World Goes 'Round - The Kennedy Center
  • 1995 Eileen Atkins - A Room of One's Own - Arena Stage
    • Caroline Aaron - The Sisters Rosensweig - The Kennedy Center
    • Jennifer C. Paz - Miss Saigon - The Kennedy Center
    • Lynn Redgrave - Shakespeare for My Father - Ford's Theatre
    • Suzanne Burden - The Winter's Tale - The Kennedy Center
  • 1996 Zoe Caldwell - Master Class - The Kennedy Center
    • Beverly Ward - Crazy for You - The Kennedy Center
    • Carol Channing - Hello, Dolly! - The Kennedy Center
    • Chita Rivera - Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Musical - The National Theatre
    • Marian Seldes - Three Tall Women - The Kennedy Center
  • 1997 Lizan Mitchell - Having Our Say - The Kennedy Center
  • Micki Grant - Having Our Say - The Kennedy Center
    • Cee-Cee Harshaw - Nomathemba - The Kennedy Center
    • Irene Molloy - Whistle Down the Wind - The National Theatre
    • Uta Hagen - Mrs. Klein - The Kennedy Center
    • Valerie Wright - Damn Yankees - The Kennedy Center
  • 1998 Anna Deavere Smith - Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Ford's Theatre
    • Simone - Rent - The National Theatre
    • Belle Calaway - Chicago - The National Theatre
    • Jasmine Guy - Chicago - The National Theatre
    • LisaGay Hamilton - Valley Song - The Kennedy Center and the Mark Taper Forum
  • 1999 Jane Lapotaire - All is True, or, the Famous History of the Life of King Henry VIII - The Kennedy Center
    • B.J. Crosby - Dreamgirls - The Kennedy Center
    • Darlesia Cearcy - Ragtime - The National Theatre
    • Joanne Pearce - Cymbeline - The Kennedy Center
    • Rebecca Eichenberger - Ragtime - The National Theatre
  • 2000 Angelica Torn - Side Man - The Kennedy Center
  • 2001 Judith Light - Wit - The Kennedy Center
    • Eloise Laws - It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues - The Kennedy Center
    • Faith Prince - James Joyce's The Dead - The Kennedy Center
    • Gretha Boston - It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues - The Kennedy Center
    • Reva Rice - Fosse - The National Theatre
  • 2002 Jodi Capeless - Late Nite Catechism - Phoenix Productions
    • Anna Friel - Lulu - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Claudia Shear - dirty BLONDE - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Pauline Turner - Mill on the Floss - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Rachel York - Kiss Me, Kate - John F. Kennedy Center
  • 2003 Sarah Jones - Surface Transit - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
    • Alice Ripley - Tell Me on a Sunday - The Kennedy Center
    • Barbara Cook - Mostly Sondheim - The Kennedy Center
    • Mariette Hartley - Copenhagen - The Kennedy Center
    • Paulette Ivory - Aida - The Kennedy Center

Supporting acting[edit]

Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Touring Production[edit]

  • 1985 Estelle Getty - Torch Song Trilogy - The Warner Theatre
    • Clarence Fountain - The Gospel at Colonus - Arena Stage
    • Frank Olivier - Sugar Babies - The Warner Theatre
    • Pete Postlethwaite - Cyrano de Bergerac - The Kennedy Center
    • Sal Mistretta - Cats - The National Theatre

Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Touring Production or Prior to New York[edit]

  • 1986 Barnard Hughes - The Iceman Cometh - American National Theatre
    • Charles "Honi" Coles - My One and Only - The Kennedy Center
    • Donald Moffat - The Iceman Cometh - American National Theatre
    • Larry Larson - Tent Meeting - The Kennedy Center
    • Lisa Waltz - Brighton Beach Memoirs - The National Theatre

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1990 Stephen Lang - A Few Good Men - The Kennedy Center
    • Carole Cook - Steel Magnolias - The Kennedy Center
    • Holland Taylor - The Cocktail Hour - The Kennedy Center
    • Kandis Chappell - Rumors - The National Theatre
    • Rocky Carroll - The Piano Lesson - The Kennedy Center
    • Tracy Katz - Into the Woods - The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1987 Frances Ruffelle - Les Mis rables - The Kennedy Center
    • Andrew Polk - Biloxi Blues - The National Theatre
    • Jason Alexander - Broadway Bound - The National Theatre
    • Martine Allard - The Tap Dance Kid - The Warner Theatre
    • Randy Graff - Les Mis rables - The Kennedy Center
  • 1988 Jamey Sheridan - All My Sons - Ford's Theatre
    • Ed Hall - Joe Turner's Come and Gone - Arena Stage
    • Michael Gough - Breaking the Code - The Kennedy Center
    • Regina Resnik - Cabaret - The Kennedy Center
    • Richard McMillan - The Mikado - The Kennedy Center
  • 1989 Bruce Norris - Wenceslas Square - The Kennedy Center
    • Erick Devine - Me and My Girl - The National Theatre
    • Fannie Green - Abyssinia - Arena Stage
    • Queen Esther Marrow - Harlem Suite - The Warner Theatre
    • Stephen Root - Driving Miss Daisy - The Kennedy Center
  • 1991 Mark Baker - Grand Hotel: The Musical - The Kennedy Center
    • David Kelly - The Playboy of the Western World - The Kennedy Center
    • Drew Eshelman - Les Mis rables - The National Theatre
    • Letta Mbulu - Sheila's Day - Ford's Theatre
    • Ron Holgate - Lend Me a Tenor - The Kennedy Center
    • Susan Tilson - Les Mis rables - The National Theatre
  • 1992 Roscoe Lee Browne - Two Trains Running - The Kennedy Center
    • Irene Worth - Lost in Yonkers - The National Theatre
    • Mark Harelick - The Heidi Chronicles - The Kennedy Center
    • Pauline Flanagan - The Shadow of a Gunman - The Kennedy Center
    • Rainn Wilson - Two Gentlemen of Verona - Arena Stage
    • Robert Curtis Brown - The Heidi Chronicles - The Kennedy Center
  • 1994 Jacob (Tuck) Milligan - The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center
    • Jeanne Paulsen - The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center
    • Lillian Garrett-Groag - The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center
    • Paxton Whitehead - My Fair Lady - The National Theatre
  • 1997 Desmond Barrit - A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Kennedy Center
    • Andrea McArdle - State Fair - The Kennedy Center
    • Joseph Shabalala - Nomathemba - The Kennedy Center
    • Laila Robins - Mrs. Klein - The Kennedy Center
    • Scott Wise - State Fair - The Kennedy Center
  • 1998 L. Scott Caldwell - Proposals - The Kennedy Center
    • Obba Babatund - Chicago - The National Theatre
    • Stephan Alexander - Rent - The National Theatre
    • Trazana Beverley - The Darker Face of the Earth - The Kennedy Center and Crossroads Theatre Company
    • Tsai Chin - Golden Child - The Kennedy Center
  • 1999 Guy Henry - Cymbeline - The Kennedy Center
    • David Ryall - Hamlet - The Kennedy Center
    • Derbhle Crotty - Hamlet - The Kennedy Center
    • Tom Plotkin - Footloose - The Kennedy Center
    • Tony Todd - The Captain's Tiger - The Kennedy Center
  • 2000 Dick Latessa - Cabaret - The Warner Theatre
    • Anthony Evans - Inspiration - Ford's Theatre
    • Marcus Chait - Titanic: A New Musical - The Kennedy Center
    • Michael Arnold - Martin Guerre - The Kennedy Center
    • Michael Mastro - Side Man - The Kennedy Center
  • 2001 Alice Cannon - James Joyce's The Dead - The Kennedy Center
    • "Mississippi" Charles Bevel - It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues - The Kennedy Center
    • Len Cariou - The Dinner Party - The Kennedy Center
    • Penny Fuller - The Dinner Party - The Kennedy Center
    • Sean McCourt - It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues - The Kennedy Center
  • 2002 Tom Riis Farrell - dirty BLONDE - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Charles Brown - King Hedley II - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Michael Matus - Mill on the Floss - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Nancy Anderson - Kiss Me, Kate - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Stephen McKinley Henderson - King Hedley II - John F. Kennedy Center
  • 2003 Kelli Fournier - Aida - The Kennedy Center
    • Carol Woods - The Full Monty - The National Theatre
    • Cleavant Derricks - The Full Monty - The National Theatre
    • Kenny Mellman - Kiki & Herb in Pardon Our Appearance - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
    • Mary Ellen Mahoney - Mamma Mia! - The National Theatre

Sources[edit]

  • "Helen Hayes Awards". The Helen Hayes Awards: Communicating, Educating, Participating and Celebrating Washington Professional Theatre. Retrieved February 27, 2005.