(Reuters) - Britain’s top theater awards, the Oliviers, will be handed out on March 13.
Following is a list of the nominees in the main categories:
- Best actress: Tracie Bennett/End of the Rainbow; Nancy Carroll/After the Dance; Tamsin Greig/The Little Dog Laughed; Sophie Thompson/Clybourne Park
- Best Actor: Roger Allam/Henry IV Parts 1 & 2; Derek Jacobi/King Lear; Rory Kinnear/Hamlet; Mark Rylance/La Bete; David Suchet/All My Sons
- Best actress in a supporting role: Sarah Goldberg/Clybourne Park; Anastasia Hille/The Master Builder; Gina McKee/King Lear; Rachael Stirling/An Ideal Husband; Michelle Terry/Tribes
- Best actor in a supporting role: James Laurenson/Hamlet; Hilton McRae/End of the Rainbow; Lee Ross/Birdsong; Adrian Scarborough/After the Dance
- MasterCard best new play: Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris; End of the Rainbow by Peter Quilter; Sucker Punch by Roy Williams; The Little Dog Laughed by Douglas Carter Beane; Tribes by Nina Raine
- Best musical revival: Into the Woods; Passion; Sweet Charity
- Best new musical: Fela!; Legally Blonde - The Musical; Love Never Dies; Love Story
- Best entertainment: Beauty and the Beast; Ghost Stories; Potted Panto; The Railway Children
- Best actress in a musical: Sierra Boggess/Love Never Dies; Elena Roger/Passion; Sheridan Smith/Legally Blonde - The Musical; Emma Williams/Love Story
- Best actor in a musical: Alex Gaumond/Legally Blonde - The Musical; Ramin Karimloo/Love Never Dies; Sahr Ngaujah/Fela!; David Thaxton/Passion; Michael Xavier/Love Story
- Best performance in a supporting role in a musical: Josefina Gabrielle/Sweet Charity; Jill Halfpenny/Legally Blonde - The Musical; Summer Strallen/Love Never Dies; Michael Xavier/Into the Woods
- Best director: Dominic Cooke/Clybourne Park; Howard Davies/The White Guard; Michael Grandage/King Lear; Thea Sharrock/After the Dance.
Reporting by Mike Collett-White