Theatre Thursday :: a Tony awards stats roundup

25 Jul

A similar stats roundup to last week.  Basically just copypasting all the stats from previous analyses (plus this year’s stats) into one convenient post.

Revivals

29 out of 218 revivals nominated (or 13.3%) have been either partially written or directed by women.

9 out of 56 revivals winning (or 16%) have been either partially written or directed by women.

Special award

42 out of 158 winners or winning teams (or 26.5%) were female or part-female.

Choreography

63 out of 228 (or 27.6%) or nominees have been women or teams partially composed of women.

12 out of 67 winners (or 18.1%) have been women.

Direction of a play

11 out of 223 nominees (or 4.9%) have been women.

4 out of 45 winners (or 8.8%) have been women.

Direction of a musical

25 out of 225 nominees (or 11.1%) have been women.

2 out of 58 winners (3.4%) have been women.

Sound design

Zero.

Lighting design

33 out of 238 nominees (or 13.8%) have been women or teams including women.

9 out of 53 winners (or 16.9%) have been women or teams including women.

Scenic design

19 out of 301 nominees (or 6.3%) have been women.

5 out of 76 winners (or 6.5%) have been women.

Costume design

135 out of 266 nominees (or 50.7%) have been women.

36 out of 76 winners (or 47.3%) have been women or teams including women.

Play

24 out of 253 nominated plays (or 9.5%) have been in part written by a woman.

4 out of 66 winning plays (or 6.0%) have been in part written by a woman.

Musical

23 out of 198 total nominated scores (or 11.6%) have been in part composed by a woman.

3 out of 54 winners (or 5.5%) have been in part composed by a woman.

30 out of 143 total nominated books (or 20.9%) have been in part written by a woman.

3 out of 49 winners (or 6.1%) have been in part written by a woman.

 

By far the highest percentages go to the costume design category; aside from that only special award, choreography, and book of a musical even go beyond 20% in the nominees category and only revivals, special award, choreography, and lighting design go beyond 10% in the winners category.  Yeesh.

–your fangirl heroine.

not nefarious at all

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