Helen Hayes Awards Non-Resident Production

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These Helen Hayes Awards are given for non-resident or touring productions for excellence in their productions in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Production[edit]

Outstanding Touring Production[edit]

  • 1985 Cyrano de Bergerac - The Kennedy Center
  • 1986 La Cage aux Folles - The National Theatre
    • Brighton Beach Memoirs - The National Theatre
    • Kabuki Medea - American National Theatre
    • My One and Only - The Kennedy Center
    • Streamers - American National Theatre
    • Tent Meeting - The Kennedy Center

Outstanding Production Prior to New York[edit]

  • 1986 The Iceman Cometh - American National Theatre
    • Lillian - The Kennedy Center
    • Uptown, It's Hot - The Warner Theatre

Outstanding Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1987 A Raisin in the Sun - The Kennedy Center
    • Broadway Bound - The National Theatre
    • Hay Fever - The Kennedy Center
    • Les Misérables - The Kennedy Center
    • The Tap Dance Kid - The Warner Theatre
    • Vienna: Lusthaus - The Kennedy Center
  • 1988 Joe Turner's Come and Gone - Arena Stage
    • All My Sons - Ford's Theatre
    • Cabaret - The Kennedy Center
    • H.M.S. Pinafore - The Kennedy Center
    • Sweet Charity - The National Theatre
  • 1989 The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe - The Kennedy Center
    • Ain't Misbehavin' - The National Theatre
    • Cirque du Soleil - Centre Management
    • Driving Miss Daisy - The Kennedy Center
    • Me and My Girl - The National Theatre
    • Wenceslas Square - The Kennedy Center
  • 1990 The Road to Mecca - The Kennedy Center
    • A Few Good Men - The Kennedy Center
    • A Tuna Christmas - The Kennedy Center
    • Gypsy - The Kennedy Center
    • Largely/New York (The Further Adventures of a Post-Modern Hoofer) - The Kennedy Center
    • The Piano Lesson - The Kennedy Center
  • 1991 From the Mississippi Delta - Arena Stage
    • Les Misérables - The National Theatre
    • Lend Me a Tenor - The Kennedy Center
    • Sarafina! - The Kennedy Center
    • Sheila's Day - Ford's Theatre
    • The Video Store Owner's Significant Other - American Playwrights Theatre
  • 1992 Crazy for You - The National Theatre
    • Lost in Yonkers - The National Theatre
    • The Phantom of the Opera - The Kennedy Center
    • Tru - The Kennedy Center
    • Two Trains Running - The Kennedy Center
  • 1993 Richard III - The Kennedy Center
    • Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story - The Kennedy Center
    • City of Angels - The National Theatre
    • Lettice & Lovage - The National Theatre
    • The Secret Garden - The Kennedy Center
  • 1994 3 Hotels - The Kennedy Center
    • Guys and Dolls - The Kennedy Center
    • Six Degrees of Separation - The National Theatre
    • The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center
    • The World Goes 'Round - The Kennedy Center
  • 1995 The Winter's Tale - The Kennedy Center
    • A Room of One's Own - Arena Stage
    • Miss Saigon - The Kennedy Center
    • Shakespeare for My Father - Ford's Theatre
    • The Who's Tommy - The Kennedy Center
  • 1996 Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches - The Kennedy Center
    • Crazy for You - The Kennedy Center
    • Master Class - The Kennedy Center
    • Angels in America, Part 2: Perestroika - The Kennedy Center
    • Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Musical - The National Theatre
  • 1997 A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Kennedy Center
    • A Huey P. Newton Story - Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
    • Damn Yankees - The Kennedy Center
    • Disney's Beauty and the Beast - The Kennedy Center
    • Nomathemba - The Kennedy Center
    • Stomp - The Warner Theatre
  • 1998 Chicago - The National Theatre
    • Rent - The National Theatre
    • Valley Song - The Kennedy Center and the Mark Taper Forum
    • Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Ford's Theatre
    • Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk - The National Theatre
  • 1999 Ragtime - The National Theatre
    • Hamlet - The Kennedy Center
    • Showboat - The Kennedy Center
    • The Vagina Monologues - The Studio Theatre
    • 2 Pianos, 4 Hands - The Kennedy Center
  • 2000 Cabaret - The Warner Theatre
    • Annie Get Your Gun - The Kennedy Center
    • Fool Moon - The Kennedy Center
    • Side Man - The Kennedy Center
    • Red, White and Tuna - The Kennedy Center
  • 2001 James Joyce's The Dead - The Kennedy Center
    • Another American: Asking and Telling - The Studio Theatre
    • Blast! - The Kennedy Center
    • Fosse - The National Theatre
    • It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues - The Kennedy Center
    • Wit - The Kennedy Center
  • 2002 Mill on the Floss - John F. Kennedy Center
    • A Servant of Two Masters - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Disney's Beauty and the Beast - John F. Kennedy Center
    • Fully Committed - Ford's Theatre
    • dirty BLONDE - John F. Kennedy Center
  • 2003 Lypsinka! The Boxed Set - The Studio Theatre
    • Copenhagen - The Kennedy Center
    • Mamma Mia! - The National Theatre
    • Man of La Mancha - The National Theatre
    • The Full Monty - The National Theatre

Direction[edit]

Outstanding Director of a Non-Resident Production[edit]

  • 1988 Lloyd Richards - Joe Turner's Come and Gone - Arena Stage
    • Arvin Brown - All My Sons - Ford's Theatre
    • Bob Fosse - Sweet Charity - The National Theatre
    • Daniel Sullivan - I'm Not Rappaport - The National Theatre
    • Harold Prince - Cabaret - The Kennedy Center
  • 1989 Jane Wagner - The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe - The Kennedy Center
    • Jerry Zaks - Wenceslas Square - The Kennedy Center
    • Mike Ockrent - Me and My Girl - The National Theatre
    • Ron Lagomarsino - Driving Miss Daisy - The Kennedy Center
    • Tazewell Thompson - Abyssinia - Arena Stage
  • 1990 Athol Fugard - The Road to Mecca - The Kennedy Center
    • Arthur Laurents - Gypsy - The Kennedy Center
    • Bill Irwin - Largely/New York (The Further Adventures of a Post-Modern Hoofer) - The Kennedy Center
    • Don Scardino - A Few Good Men - The Kennedy Center
    • Lloyd Richards - The Piano Lesson - The Kennedy Center
  • 1991 Bill Rauch - Video Store Owner's Significant Other - American Playwrights Theatre
    • John Caird - Les Misérables - The National Theatre
    • Jonathan Wilson - From the Mississippi Delta - Arena Stage
    • Mbongeni Ngema - Sarafina! - The Kennedy Center
    • Mbongeni Ngema - Sheila's Day - Ford's Theatre
    • Trevor Nunn - Les Misérables - The National Theatre
  • 1992 Lloyd Richards - Two Trains Running - The Kennedy Center
    • Gene Saks - Lost in Yonkers - The National Theatre
    • Harold Prince - The Phantom of the Opera - The Kennedy Center
    • Jay Presson Allen - Tru - The Kennedy Center
    • Mike Ockrent - Crazy for You - The National Theatre
  • 1994 Joe Mantello - 3 Hotels - The Kennedy Center
    • Jerry Zaks - Guys and Dolls - The Kennedy Center
    • Jerry Zaks - Six Degrees of Separation - The National Theatre
    • Scott Ellis - The World Goes 'Round - The Kennedy Center
    • Warner Shook - The Kentucky Cycle - The Kennedy Center

Sources[edit]

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