Off-Broadway's Highest Honor

1992 Hosts

1992 Presenters

1992 Award Winners

  • Sustained Achievement
    • Athol Fugard,
  • Special Citations
    • Gerard Alessandrini, Forbidden Broadway
    • The New York International Festival of the Arts,
      For presenting the works of Ingmar Bergman, Tadeusz Kantor, and Eimuntas Nekrosius
    • The Public Theater, `Tis Pity She's a Whore
      For the conception and design
    • David Gordon, The Mysteries and What's So Funny
    • Anna Deavere Smith, Fires in the Mirror
    • Ron Vawter, Roy Cohn/Jack Smith
    • Jeff Weiss, Hot Keys
  • Playwriting
    • Neal Bell,
      Sustained Excellence
    • Romulus Linney,
      Sustained Excellence
  • Performance
    • Dennis Boutsikaris, Sight Unseen
    • Laura Esterman, Marvin's Room
    • Deborah Hedwall, Sight Unseen
    • Cherry Jones, The Baltimore Waltz
    • James McDaniel, Before It Hits Home
    • S. Epatha Merkerson, I'm Not Stupid
    • Roger Rees, The End of the Day
    • Lynne Thigpen, Boesman and Lena
    • Larry Bryggman,
      Sustained Excellence of Performance
    • Randy Danson,
      Sustained Excellence of Performance
    • Ofelia Gonzales,
      Sustained Excellence of Performance
    • Nathan Lane,
      Sustained Excellence of Performance
  • Obie Grant
    • Downtown Art Company,
    • Franklin Furnace,
    • Soho Repertory Company,
  • Obie Committee
    • ,
      Ross Wetzsteon, Chairman
    • ,
      C. Carr, Michael Feingold, Voice Judges
    • ,
      Alisa Solomon, Assistant
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      Max Ferra, Linda Winer, Guest Judges
  • Direction
    • Anne Bogart, The Baltimore Waltz
    • Mark Wing-Davy, Mad Forest
  • Design
    • John Arnone,
      Sustained Excellence of Set Design
    • Marina Draghici, Mad Forest
      Sets and Costumes
  • Best New American Play
    • Donald Margulies, Sight Unseen
      (three-way tie)
    • Robbie McCauley, Sally's Rape
      (three-way tie)
    • Paula Vogel, The Baltimore Waltz
      (three-way tie)

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