The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time was the big winner at Sunday night’s Olivier Awards, the British theater’s highest honor. The drama took seven prizes, tying the record set by last year’s Matilda The Musical. Among the wins for The Curious Incident were best new play, best actor for Luke Treadaway, best supporting actress for Nicola Walker and best director for Marianne Elliott. Helen Mirren was crowned best actress for playing Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan’s drama The Audience. (Mirren won an Oscar for playing Elizabeth in Stephen Frears’ Morgan-scripted The Queen in 2006.) Richard McCabe was best supporting actor for The Audience. Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton won best actor and actress for the revival of musical Sweeney Todd and Top Hat was named best new musical. See below for the full list of winners:

Best Revival
Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Apollo theatre)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Richard McCabe for The Audience (Gielgud theatre)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Nicola Walker for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

White Light Award for Lighting Design
Paule Constable for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Best Sound Design
Ian Dickinson and Adrian Sutton for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Best Costume Design
Jon Morrell for Top Hat (Aldwych theatre)

XL Video Award for Best Set Design
Bunny Christie and Finn Ross for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Best Entertainment and Family
Goodnight Mister Tom (Phoenix theatre)

BBC Radio 2 Audience Award
Billy Elliot The Musical (Victoria Palace theatre)

Best New Dance Production
Aeternum, by the Royal Ballet, choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon (Royal Opera House)

Outstanding Achievement in Dance
Marianela Núñez for Aeternum, Diana & Actaeon and Viscera, by the Royal Ballet (Royal Opera House)

Best Actor
Luke Treadaway for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Best Actress
Helen Mirren for The Audience (Gielgud theatre)

Best Director
Marianne Elliott for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre
The season of new writing at the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court

Best New Opera Production
Einstein On The Beach by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass with choreography by Lucinda Childs (Barbican theatre)

Outstanding Achievement in Opera
Bryan Hymel for his performance in Les Troyens, Robert Le Diable and Rusalka (Royal Opera House)

Autograph Sound Award for Best Theatre Choreographer
Bill Deamer for Top Hat (Aldwych theatre)

Best Musical Revival
Sweeney Todd (Adelphi theatre)

Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Leigh Zimmerman for A Chorus Line (London Palladium)

Best Actor in a Musical
Michael Ball for Sweeney Todd (Adelphi theatre)

Best Actress in a Musical
Imelda Staunton for Sweeney Todd (Adelphi theatre)

Best New Musical
Top Hat (Aldwych theatre)

MasterCard Best New Play
The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (National Theatre, Cottesloe)

Special Awards
Michael Frayn
Gillian Lynne

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