Before Broadway jumps from the stage and into television screens across America this Sunday, take a look at this year’s Tony Award nominees. There are some less-known shows on the list, such as “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” but there are also familiar revivals like “The Elephant Man” and “You Can’t Take It With You” looking to win a Tony at the 2015 show.

If song-and-dance numbers are more your tempo, then 2015’s crop of musicals, like “The King and I” or “Something Rotten,” might woo you over. Interestingly enough, two Gene Kelly vehicles, “An American in Paris” and “On the Town,” made their way onto the stage and the onto the nomination list in the same year. Fortunately, the two musicals are not in the same category.

Here is the full list of the nominees for the Tony Awards 2015 before the 69th annual event:

Best Play

  • “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
  • “Disgraced”
  • “Hand to God”
  • “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two”

Best Musical

  • “An American in Paris”
  • “Fun Home”
  • “Something Rotten!”
  • “The Visit”

Best Revival of a Play

  • “The Elephant Man”
  • “Skylight”
  • “This is Our Youth”
  • “You Can't Take it With You”

Best Revival of a Musical

  • “The King and I”
  • “On the Town”
  • “On the Twentieth Century”

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play            

  • Steven Boyer – “Hand to God” as Jason/Tyrone
  • Bradley Cooper – “The Elephant Man” as John Merrick
  • Ben Miles – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” as Thomas Cromwell
  • Bill Nighy – “Skylight” as Tom Sergeant
  • Alex Sharp – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” as Christopher Boone

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play

  • Geneva Carr – “Hand to God” as Margery
  • Helen Mirren – “The Audience” as Queen Elizabeth II
  • Elisabeth Moss – “The Heidi Chronicles” as Heidi Holland
  • Carey Mulligan – “Skylight” as Kyra Hollis
  • Ruth Wilson – “Constellations” as Marianne

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical     

  • Michael Cerveris – “Fun Home” as Bruce Bechdel
  • Robert Fairchild – “An American in Paris” as Jerry Mulligan
  • Brian d'Arcy James – “Something Rotten!” as Nick Bottom
  • Ken Watanabe – “The King and I” as The King of Siam
  • Tony Yazbeck – “On the Town” as Gabey

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical

  • Kristin Chenoweth – “On the Twentieth Century” as Lily Garland / Mildred Plotka
  • Leanne Cope – “An American in Paris” as Lise Dassin
  • Beth Malone – “Fun Home” as Alison Bechdel
  • Kelli O'Hara – “The King and I” as Anna Leonowens
  • Chita Rivera – “The Visit” as Claire Zachannassian

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play         

  • Matthew Beard – “Skylight” as Edward Sergeant
  • K. Todd Freeman – “Airline Highway” as Sissy Na Na
  • Richard McCabe – “The Audience” as PM Harold Wilson
  • Alessandro Nivola – “The Elephant Man” as Frederick Treves
  • Nathaniel Parker – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” as Henry VIII
  • Micah Stock – “It's Only a Play” as Gus P. Head

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play

  • Annaleigh Ashford – “You Can't Take It with You” as Essie Carmichael
  • Patricia Clarkson – “The Elephant Man” as Madge Kendal
  • Lydia Leonard – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” as Anne Boleyn
  • Sarah Stiles – “Hand to God” as Jessica
  • Julie White – “Airline Highway” as Tanya

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical

  • Christian Borle – “Something Rotten!” as The Bard
  • Andy Karl – “On the Twentieth Century” as Bruce Granit
  • Brad Oscar – “Something Rotten!” as Nostradamus
  • Brandon Uranowitz – “An American in Paris” as Adam Hochberg
  • Max von Essen – “An American in Paris” as Henri Baurel

Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical

  • Victoria Clark – “Gigi” as Mamita
  • Judy Kuhn – “Fun Home” as Helen Bechdel
  • Sydney Lucas – “Fun Home” as Small Alison
  • Ruthie Ann Miles – “The King and I” as Lady Thiang
  • Emily Skeggs – “Fun Home” as Medium Alison

Best Book of a Musical         

  • “An American in Paris” - Craig Lucas
  • “Fun Home” - Lisa Kron
  • “Something Rotten!” - Karey Kirkpatrick and John O'Farrell
  • “The Visit” - Terrence McNally

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre

  • “Fun Home” - Jeanine Tesori (music) and Lisa Kron (lyrics)
  • “The Last Ship” - Sting (music and lyrics)
  • “Something Rotten!” - Wayne Kirkpatrick (music and lyrics) and Karey Kirkpatrick (music and lyrics)
  • “The Visit” - John Kander (music) and Fred Ebb (lyrics)

Best Scenic Design of a Play               

  • Bunny Christie and Finn Ross – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
  • Bob Crowley – “Skylight”
  • Christopher Oram – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two”
  • David Rockwell – “You Can't Take It with You”

Best Scenic Design of a Musical

  • Bob Crowley and 59 Productions – “An American in Paris”
  • David Rockwell – “On the Twentieth Century”
  • Michael Yeargan – “The King and I”
  • David Zinn – “Fun Home”

Best Costume Design of a Play         

  • Bob Crowley – “The Audience”
  • Jane Greenwood – “You Can't Take It with You”
  • Christopher Oram – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two”
  • David Zinn – “Airline Highway”

Best Costume Design of a Musical

  • Gregg Barnes – “Something Rotten!”
  • Bob Crowley – “An American in Paris”
  • William Ivey Long – “On the Twentieth Century”
  • Catherine Zuber – “The King and I”

Best Lighting Design of a Play            

  • Paule Constable – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
  • Paule Constable and David Plater – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two”
  • Natasha Katz – “Skylight”
  • Japhy Weideman – “Airline Highway”

Best Lighting Design of a Musical

  • Donald Holder –“ The King and I”
  • Natasha Katz – “An American in Paris”
  • Ben Stanton – “Fun Home”
  • Japhy Weideman – “The Visit”

Best Direction of a Play        

  • Stephen Daldry – “Skylight”
  • Marianne Elliott – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
  • Scott Ellis – “You Can't Take It with You”
  • Jeremy Herrin – “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two”
  • Moritz von Stuelpnagel – “Hand to God”

Best Direction of a Musical

  • Sam Gold – “Fun Home
  • Casey Nicholaw – “Something Rotten!”
  • John Rando – “On the Town”
  • Bartlett Sher – “The King and I”
  • Christopher Wheeldon – “An American in Paris”

Best Choreography

  • Joshua Bergasse – “On the Town”
  • Christopher Gattelli – “The King and I”
  • Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett – “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
  • Casey Nicholaw – “Something Rotten!”
  • Christopher Wheeldon – “An American in Paris”

Best Orchestrations

  • Christopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliot – “An American in Paris”
  • John Clancy – “Fun Home”
  • Larry Hochman – “Something Rotten!”
  • Rob Mathes – “The Last Ship”

The 2015 Tony Awards air Sunday, June 7, at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.