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by John Weidman
This 2000 Tony Awardwinner for Best Musical features three acts of dance, each in different settings and styles but all related to human relationships and connections.
The first act shows two men vying for the love of one woman in a French forest clearing sometime during the 18th century; the second act shows a woman fantasizing about escaping her verbally abusive husband while they sit in an Italian restaurant in 1950s New York; the third act shows a lonely Manhattan man enamored with and building up courage to approach a beautiful woman in a yellow dress.
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Boyd Gaines
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Karen Ziemba
Best Book of a Musical
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Deborah Yates
Best Direction of a Musical
Outstanding New Musical
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical - Karen Ziemba
Outstanding Lighting Design
Outstanding Actor in a Musical - Boyd Gaines
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical - Jason Antoon
Outstanding Director of a Musical
Outstanding Set Design of a Musical