New York — ``The Phantom of the Opera'' captured seven Tony Awards, including best musical, but the fairy tale ``Into the Woods'' took the prizes for musical score and book. The awards for outstanding achievement during the 1987-88 Broadway theater season were presented Sunday night over national television. ``Phantom'' is the season's biggest hit and is sold out well into next year. The other Tony winners were:
Play: ``M. Butterfly,'' David Henry Hwang.
Revival: ``Anything Goes.''
Actor, play: Ron Silver, ``Speed-the-Plow.''
Actress, play: Joan Allen, ``Burn This.''
Actor, musical: Michael Crawford, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Actress, musical: Joanna Gleason, ``Into the Woods.''
Director, play: John Dexter, ``M. Butterfly.''
Director, musical: Harold Prince, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Featured actor, play: B.D. Wong, ``M. Butterfly.''
Featured actress, play: L.Scott Caldwell, ``Joe Turner's Come and Gone.''
Featured actor, musical: Bill McCutcheon, ``Anything Goes.''
Featured actress, musical: Judy Kaye, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Scenic design: Maria Bjornson, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Costume design: Maria Bjornson, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Lighting design: Andrew Bridge, ``The Phantom of the Opera.''
Choreography: Michael Smuin, ``Anything Goes.''
Special awards: A special for continued excellence by a regional theater: South Coast Repertory Theater of Costa Mesa, Calif.
Another special Tony was given to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.