`Rappaport' and `Drood' sweep Tony Awards

The American Theater Wing's Tony Awards for Broadway's 1985-86 season were presented Sunday night in ceremonies televised by CBS-TV. Lily Tomlin, who all alone plays the huge cast of ``The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe,'' and Judd Hirsch, who plays a spunky octogenarian in ``I'm Not Rappaport,'' received awards for best actress and actor.

Bernadette Peters, who also holds the stage alone in the first half of ``Song & Dance,'' and George Rose, the master of ceremonies of ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood,'' also won for best actress and actor in musicals.

Here's the complete list of winners.

Play: ``I'm Not Rappaport,'' Herb Gardner.

Musical: ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood,'' adapted by Rupert Holmes.

Revival: ``Sweet Charity.''

Actor, play: Judd Hirsch, ``I'm Not Rappaport.''

Actress, play: Lily Tomlin, ``The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe.''

Actor, musical: George Rose, ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood.''

Actress, musical: Bernadette Peters, ``Song & Dance.''

Book, musical: ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood,'' Rupert Holmes.

Score, musical: ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood,'' music and lyrics, Rupert Holmes.

Director, play: Jerry Zaks, ``The House of Blue Leaves.''

Director, musical: Wilford Leach, ``The Mystery of Edwin Drood.''

Featured actor, play: John Mahoney, ``The House of Blue Leaves.''

Featured actress, play: Swoosie Kurtz, ``The House of Blue Leaves.''

Featured actor, musical: Michael Rupert, ``Sweet Charity.''

Featured actress, musical: Bebe Neuwirth, ``Sweet Charity.''

Scenic design: Tony Walton, ``The House of Blue Leaves.''

Costume design: Patricia Zipprodt, ``Sweet Charity.''

Lighting design: Pat Collins, ``I'm Not Rappaport.''

Choreography: Bob Fosse, ``Big Deal.''

Regional theater: The American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Mass.

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