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The Stars of Dear Evan Hansen, The Band's Visit & More Step Out for the 2017 Lucille Lortel Awards

The Band’s Visit star Katrina Lenk and Dear Evan Hansen’s Ben Platt are all smiles for their Lucille Lortel wins.
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The Band’s Visit star Katrina Lenk and Dear Evan Hansen’s Ben Platt are all smiles for their Lucille Lortel wins.

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The 2017 Lucille Lortel Awards took place on May 7.

Photographer: Emilio Madrid-Kuser © Broadway.com

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The Band’s Visit star Katrina Lenk and Dear Evan Hansen’s Ben Platt are all smiles for their Lucille Lortel wins.
Dear Evan Hansen’s Rachel Bay Jones garnered the award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical.
Mwah! Laura Osnes and Aaron Tveit celebrate William Ivey Long’s Lifetime Achievement Award with a smooch. The legendary costume designer dressed them for Cinderella and Grease: Live, respectively.
Oslo’s Jennifer Ehle garnered the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play.
The Band’s Visit scribe Itamar Moses celebrates the musical’s Lucille Lortel wins with Atlantic Theater Company Artistic Director Neil Pepe. Tony winner Judith Light presented the award for Outstanding Musical.
Jayne Houdyshell presented Bartlett Sher with the award for Outstanding Direction for Oslo.
Taran Killam hosted the 2017 Lucille Lortel Awards.
Andy Karl and Adam Siegel presented Oslo scribe J.T. Rogers with his Lucille Lortel award for Outstanding Play.
Stage and screen fave Joe Morton earned the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play for his performance in Turn Me Loose.
Sweet Charity Lucille Lortel nominee Sutton Foster hits the red carpet.
Annie Parisse and Bobby Cannavale presented Oslo’s Michael Aronov with the award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play.
David Dorfman received the Lucille Lortel award for choreographing Indecent.
Music makers Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, scribe Steven Levenson and star Ben Platt celebrate Dear Evan Hansen’s Lucille Lortel wins (Outstanding Lead Actor and Featured Actress in a Musical).
Matthew Perry and Jennifer Morrison presented Sweet Charity’s Joel Perez with the award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.
Sweat scribe Lynn Nottage is this year’s Playwrights Sidewalk Inductee.
Nick Cordero presented The Babylon Line’s Randy Graff with the award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play.
Lucille Lortel winner Rachel Bay Jones gets together with Betsy Morgan, who was nominated for her incredible performance in this year’s Outstanding Revival winner, Sweeney Todd.
Hamlet-bound star Keegan-Michael Key presented Vietgone’s Jared Mezzocchi with the award for Outstanding Projection Design.
Terrence McNally presented Harold Wolpert with the Edith Oliver Service to Off-Broadway Award.
Sweat’s Johanna Day, Michelle Wilson, scribe Lynn Nottage and Khris Davis get excited for Nottage’s Playwright Sidewalk honor.
Rebecca Taichman was nominated for directing Indecent at the Vineyard Theatre prior to its Broadway bow.
Hamilton original cast members Okieriete Onaodowan and Jasmine Cephas Jones reunite at the Lucille Lortel Awards.
Broadway BFFs Gideon Glick and Sarah Steele attend the Lucille Lortel Awards.
Director Bartlett Sher, Jennifer Ehle, scribe J.T. Rogers and Anthony Azizi get together to celebrate Oslo’s four Lucille Lortel wins (Outstanding Play, Outstanding Director, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play and Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play). Congrats to all of this year’s winners and nominees!