LONDON — Winners of the 2010 Laurence Olivier Awards, honoring achievement in theater, opera and dance in Britain:
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New Play: "The Mountaintop"
New Comedy: "The Priory"
New Musical: "Spring Awakening"
Revival: "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"
Musical Revival: "Hello Dolly!"
Actress-Play: Rachel Weisz, "A Streetcar Named Desire"
Actor-Play: Mark Rylance, "Jerusalem"
Actress-Musical: Samantha Spiro, "Hello Dolly!"
Actor-Musical: Aneurin Barnard, "Spring Awakening"
Supporting Actress-Play: Ruth Wilson, "A Streetcar Named Desire"
Supporting Actor-Play: Eddie Redmayne, "Red"
Supporting Performer-Musical: Iwan Rheon, "Spring Awakening"
Director: Rupert Goold, "Enron"
Theater Choreography: Stephen Mear, "Hello Dolly!"
New Opera Production: "Tristan und Isolde," Royal Opera
Outstanding Achievement in Opera: Nina Stemme for "Tristan und Isolde"
Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theater: "Cock"
New Dance Production: "Goldberg"
Outstanding Achievement in Dance: Rambert Dance Company
Set Design: "Jerusalem"
Lighting Design: "Burnt by the Sun"
Sound Design: "Spring Awakening"
Costume Design: "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert — The Musical"
Audience Award for Most Popular Show: "Wicked"
Outstanding Achievement Award: Michael Codron
Special Award: Maggie Smith
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