With so many new shows arriving on Broadway, it’s been a busy season for New York’s drama critics. After many nights out and much deliberation, these pros selected the recipients of the 76th annual New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards, which were presented May 16 at Broadway haunt Angus McIndoe. As previously announced, the 24-member group honored David Lindsay-Abaire’s drama Good People as Best Play, with Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem named Best Foreign Play and The Book of Mormon named Best Musical. Special awards were presented to the Broadway revival of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart, to actor Mark Rylance for his dual performances in La Bête and Jerusalem and for the direction, design and puppetry of War Horse. Click through for a look at this tony, pre-Tony event!