WTF! Bea Arthur Reacts to the Tony Awards' 15 Biggest Snubs
It’s the day of the 2014 Tony nominations! A momentous, career-defining day of celebration for some.
And a day of total heartbreak, disbelief and sorrow for others.
This year Ms. Tony threw a few curveballs our way, and we were none too pleased.
Not to say that those who received nominations were undeserving, we were just a little surprised. Below, BroadwayBox counts down the 15 biggest snubs from the 2014 Tony nominations with the help of our favorite Golden Girl, the queen of the glare, Tony winner Bea Arthur.
15. The Realistic Joneses, Best Play
14. Daniel Radcliffe (Cripple of Inishmaan), Best Actor in Play
13. Lisa O'Hare (Gentleman's Guide), Best Featured Actress in a Musical
12. Rocky, Best Musical
11. Joe Mantello (Casa Valentina), Best Direction of a Play
10. Alex Timbers (Rocky), Best Direction of a Musical
9. Casey Nicholaw (Aladdin), Best Direction of a Musical
8. The Bridges of Madison County, Best Musical
7. Michelle Williams (Cabaret), Best Actress in a Musical
6.Rebecca Hall (Machinal), Best Actress in a Play
5. Gregg Barnes (Aladdin), Best Costume Design of a Musical
4. Ian McKellen (Waiting For Godot), Best Actor in a Play
3. Marin Mazzie (Bullets Over Broadway), Best Featured Actress in a Musical
2. Steven Pasquale (Bridges of Madison County), Best Actor in a Musical
1. Zachary Quinto (The Glass Menagerie), Best Actor in a Play
Click here for a complete list of 2014 Tony nominees.