Curious Incident wins Tony for Best Play of 2015, Best Lead Actor, Best Director, and more

The Broadway production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which nearly 100 BHS sophomores went to go see in March, has just won the 2015 Tony for Best Play. Alex Sharp was also given the award for Best Lead Performance for his depiction of Christopher Boone, which was amazingly also his Broadway Debut. Marianne Elliot also won the award for best director, and the play earned awards for Best Scenic Design, and Best Lighting.

To see the Tony Awards’ page for this play, which included videos, pictures from the production, and interesting pieces of information, CLICK HERE.

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