Once, the story of a Dublin busker who falls in love with a Czech concert pianist, swept the board at the Tony Awards in New York on Sunday.
The adaptation of the 2006 film of the same name picked up eight gongs at the Broadway ceremony that honours the year’s best plays and musicals.
The man behind the show, John Tiffany, won best director.
Best play went to Clybourne Park, a satire on race relations that won last year’s Pulitzer Prize.
British actor James Corden beat off stiff competition from Phillip Seymour Hoffman to win best actor for his appearance in One Man, Two Guvnors.