Tony Time: Nominations for Best Scenic Design of a Play (Photos)

Luner on Theatre’s Tony Award 2013 Coverage is back! Something we started last year that proved to be very successful was our brand new coverage of The Tony Awards visually! This applies mostly to our technical categories and helps give you a better look at the productions nominated but also a chance to experience the hard work designers put into productions which is so rarely see except onstage! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the renderings and sketches of the Tony nominated play scenic designs for 2013!

Golden Boy

Golden Boy – Michael Yeargan

The Nance

The Nance – John Lee Beatty

Lucky Guy

Lucky Guy – David Rockwell

The Assembled Parties

The Assembled Parties – Santo Loquasto

How fantastic are those?! Luner on Theatre is happy to bring you not only a new visual look at these Tony nominated designs but also their designers as well.  It is so easy to know the name of those onstage. However, the names of those working offstage for the production are just as important. Click here to check out Luner on Theatre’s Entire 2013 Tony Awards Coverage! We will be bringing you information all week long including the Scenic Designs for the Tony nominated musicals! Check back daily as we count down to Broadway’s biggest night; The 2013 Tony Awards! For more information, check out The Tony Awards Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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