Tony Award For Best Actress in A Play - Character Nomination Total

Character Nomination Total

5 Nominations

  • Josie Hogan - from A Moon for the Misbegotten

4 Nominations

  • Medea - from Medea
  • Martha - from Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

3 Nominations

  • Amanda Prynne - from Private Lives
  • Beatrice - from Much Ado About Nothing
  • Claire Zachanassian - from The Visit
  • Maggie Pollitt - from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • Mary Tyrone - from Long Day's Journey into Night

2 Nominations

  • Anna Christopherson - from Anna Christie
  • Annie - from The Real Thing
  • Blanche DuBois - from A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Claire - from A Delicate Balance
  • Eleanor of Aquitaine - from The Lion in Winter
  • Elizabeth I - from Vivat! Vivat Regina! and Mary Stuart
  • Emma - from Betrayal
  • Emma 'Billie' Dawn - from Born Yesterday
  • Fonsia Dorsey - from The Gin Game
  • Golda Meir - from Golda and Golda's Balcony
  • Hesione Hushabye - from Heartbreak House
  • Joan of Arc - from Joan of Lorraine and The Lark
  • Josephine - from A Taste of Honey
  • Julie Cavendish - from The Royal Family
  • Lady MacBeth - from Macbeth
  • Lena Younger - from A Raisin in the Sun
  • Lola Delaney - from Come Back, Little Sheba
  • Nora Helmer - from A Doll's House
  • Portia- from The Merchant of Venice
  • Princess Cosmonopolis from Sweet Bird of Youth
  • Ruth - from The Homecoming
  • Sheila - from A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

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