The musical juggernaut Hamilton continued its years-long award streak April 8, taking home a total of seven Olivier Awards including Best New Musical.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony- and Pulitzer-winning show opened the 42nd annual ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall, hosted by Catherine Tate.
The composer took home the award for Outstanding Achievement in Music; the musical's additional wins included actors Giles Terera and Michael Jibson, who play Aaron Burr and King George, respectively, in the West End production.
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The National Theatre presentation of Angels in America, currently playing a limited Broadway engagement, was the recipient of the Best Revival award. Denise Gough, who now reprises her performance as Harper Pitt in New York, won her second Olivier for her performance.
Meanwhile, the Broadway-bound The Ferryman won Best New Play, with director Sam Mendes and star Laura Donnelly also taking home awards. Jez Butterworth's play will begin performances at Broadway's Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in October.
Among the additional performers to win were Girl From the North Country's Shirley Henderson and Sheila Atim and Bryan Cranston for Network.
American Airlines Best New Play
Mastercard Best New Musical
Angels In America
Magic Radio Best Musical Revival
Bryan Cranston (Network)
Laura Donnelly (The Ferryman)
Best Actor in a Musical
Giles Terera (Hamilton)
Best Actress in a Musical
Shirley Henderson (Girl From The North Country)
Sam Mendes (The Ferryman)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Bertie Carvel (Ink)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Denise Gough (Angels In America)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Michael Jibson (Hamilton)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Sheila Atim (Girl From The North Country)
Outstanding Achievement in Music
Hamilton (Music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda)
Best New Dance Production
Flight Pattern by Crystal Pite
Outstanding Achievement in Dance
Francesca Velicu for her performance in English National Ballet’s Pina Bausch’s Le Sacre Du Printemps
Best Entertainment and Family
Best Theatre Choreographer
Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton)
Best New Comedy
Labour Of Love
Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre
White Light Award for Best Lighting Design
Howell Binkley (Hamilton)
Best Sound Design
Nevin Steinberg (Hamilton)
Best Costume Design
Vicki Mortimer (Follies)
Blue-I Theatre Technology Award for Best Set Design
Bob Crowley and 59 Productions (An American In Paris)
Best New Opera Production
Outstanding Achievement in Opera
Joyce DiDonato and Daniela Barcellona for their performances in Semiramide