The smash hit musical Hairspray swept the Drama Desk Awards last night, taking home ten trophies, including Outstanding Musical. However, the Baz Lurhmann revival of La Boheme was the big winner in the design categories; winners included Catherine Martin for set design of a musical, Nigel Levings for lighting design, and Acme Sound Partners for sound design.

There were non-La Boheme design winners, as well. The Drama Desk splits the set design category in two, for musicals and plays. John Lee Beatty took the award for set design of a play, for his work on the Lincoln Center Theatre revival of Dinner at Eight. Also, William Ivey Long won in the costume category for his work on Hairspray.

The biggest surprise of the evening came with Antonio Banderas and Harvey Fierstein tied in the Outstanding Actor in a Musical category, for their work in Nine and Hairspray, respectively. The ceremony also featured the unusual instance of two wins in one family, with Vanessa Redgrave cited as Outstanding Actress in a Play, for her work in the Broadway revival of Long Day’s Journey Into Night, and her sister, Lynn, winning as Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, for the Off Broadway play Talking Heads.

The full list of winners;

Outstanding Choreography: Twyla Tharp, Movin’ Out

Outstanding Orchestrations: Harold Wheeler, Hairspray

Outstanding Book of a Musical: Mark O’Donnell, Hairspray

Outstanding Director of a Musical: Jack O’Brien, Hairspray

Outstanding Director of a Play: Robert Falls, Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Outstanding Lyrics: Scott Wittman, Marc Shaiman, Hairspray

Outstanding Music: Marc Shaiman, Hairspray

Outstanding Costume Design: William Ivey Long, Hairspray

Outstanding Sound Design: Acme Sound Partners, La Boheme

Outstanding Lighting Design: Nigel Levings, La Boheme

Outstanding Set Design of a Play: John Lee Beatty, Dinner at Eight

Outstanding Set Design of a Musical: Catherine Martin, La Boheme

Outstanding Solo Performance: Tovah Feldshuh, Golda’s Balcony

Unique Theatrical Experience: The Exonerated

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play: Lynn Redgrave, Talking Heads

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play: Denis O’Hare, Take Me Out

Outstanding Actress in a Play: Vanessa Redgrave, Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Outstanding Actor in a Play: Eddie Izzard, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical: Jane Krakowski, Nine

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical: Dick Latessa, Hairspray

Outstanding Actress in a Musical: Marissa Jaret Winokur, Hairspray

Outstanding Actor in a Musical: Antonio Banderas, Nine; Harvey Fierstein, Hairspray

Outstanding Play: Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg

Outstanding Revival of a Play: Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Outstanding Musical: Hairspray

Outstanding Revival of a Musical: Nine

The Drama Desk is an organization of approximately 120 critics, journalists, and editors who regularly cover the New York theatre.