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Tony Award for Best Revival

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The Tony Award for Best Revival was given to the best play, musical or non-musical, which had already appeared on Broadway in a previous production. It was presented from 1977, where it was called Most Innovative Production of a Revival and later Reproduction (Play or Musical) in 1980, until 1994, when it was split into the Best Revival of a Musical and the Best Revival of a Play.

If there are not enough revivals, it is possible under the current Tony rules for this category to return. Any time there are three play revivals and three musical revivals, the categories are automatically separated; if there are fewer, the Tony Awards Administration Committee may still choose to split up the categories.

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Winners and nominees

  indicates the winner

1970s

Year Production Nominees
Best Revival
1977
(31st)
[1]
Porgy and Bess Produced by Sherwin M. Goldman and Houston Grand Opera
Guys and Dolls Produced by Moe Septee in association with Victor H. Potamkin, Carmen F. Zollo, and Ashton Springer
The Cherry Orchard Produced by Joseph Papp
The Threepenny Opera Produced by Joseph Papp
1978
(32nd)
[2]
Dracula Produced by Jujamcyn Theaters, Elizabeth I. McCann, John Wulp, Victor Lurie, Nelle Nugent, and Max Weitzenhoffer
Tartuffe Produced by Circle in the Square
Timbuktu! Produced by Luther Davis
A Touch of the Poet Produced by Elliot Martin

1980s

Year Production Nominees
1980
(34th)
[3]
Morning's at Seven Produced by Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent and Ray Larson
Major Barbara Produced by Circle in the Square
Peter Pan Produced by Zev Bufman
West Side Story Produced by Gladys Rackmil, the Kennedy Center, James M. Nederlander and Ruth Mitchell
1981
(35th)
[4]
The Pirates of Penzance Produced by Joseph Papp and The New York Shakespeare Festival
Brigadoon Produced by Zev Bufman and The Shubert Organization
Camelot Produced by Mike Merrick and Don Gregory
The Little Foxes Produced by Zev Bufman, Donald C. Carter and Jon Cultler
1982
(36th)
[5]
Othello Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler and CBS Video Enterprises
Medea Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler, The Kennedy Center and Bunny and Warren Austin
My Fair Lady Produced by Mike Merrick and Don Gregory
A Taste of Honey Produced by Roundabout Theatre Co., Gene Feist and Michael Fried
1983
(37th)
[6]
On Your Toes Produced by Alfred de Liagre, Jr., Roger L. Stevens, John Mauceri, Donald R. Seawell and Andre Pastoria
All's Well That Ends Well Produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company
The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre and The Kennedy Center
A View from the Bridge Produced by Zev Bufman and Sidney Schlenker
1984
(38th)
[7]
Death of a Salesman Produced by Robert Whitehead and Roger L. Stevens
American Buffalo Produced by Elliot Martin and Arnold Bernhard
Heartbreak House Produced by Circle in the Square
A Moon for the Misbegotten Produced by The Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg
1985
(39th)
[8]
Joe Egg Produced by The Shubert Organization, Emanuel Azenberg, Roger Berlind, Ivan Bloch and MTM Enterprises, Inc.
Cyrano de Bergerac Produced by James M. Nederlander, Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent, Cynthia Wood, Dale Duffy, and Allan Carr
Much Ado About Nothing Produced by James M. Nederlander, Elizabeth I. McCann, Nelle Nugent, Cynthia Wood, Dale Duffy and Allan Carr
Strange Interlude Produced by Robert Michael Geisler, John Roberdeau, Douglas Urbanski, James M. Nederlander, Duncan C. Weldon, Paul Gregg, Lionel Becker and Jerome Minskoff
1986
(40th)
[9]
Sweet Charity Produced by Jerome Minskoff, James M. Nederlander, Arthur Rubin and Joseph Harris
Hay Fever Produced by Roger Peters and MBS Co.
The Iceman Cometh Produced by Lewis Allen, James M. Nederlander, Stephen Graham and Ben Edwards
Loot Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation, Charles P. Kopelman and Mark Simon
1987
(41st)
[10]
All My Sons Produced by Jay H. Fuchs, Steven Warnick, and Charles Patsos
The Front Page Produced by Lincoln Center Theatre, Gregory Mosher, and Bernard Gersten
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Produced by The Shubert Organization, Three Knights, Ltd., and Robert Fox, Ltd.
Pygmalion Produced by The Shubert Organization, Jerome Minskoff, and Duncan C. Weldon
1988
(42nd)
[11]
Anything Goes Produced by Lincoln Center Theater, Gregory Mosher, and Bernard Gersten
Cabaret Produced by Barry Weissler and Fran Weissler
Dreamgirls Produced by Marvin A. Krauss and Irving Siders
A Streetcar Named Desire Produced by Circle in the Square, Theodore Mann, and Paul Libin
1989
(43rd)
[12]
Our Town Produced by Lincoln Center Theatre, Gregory Mosher, and Bernard Gersten
Ah, Wilderness! Produced by Ken Marsolis, Alexander H. Cohen, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Yale Repertory Theater, Richard Norton, Irma Oestreicher, and Elizabeth D. White
Ain't Misbehavin' Produced by The Shubert Organization, Emanuel Azenberg, Dasha Epstein, and Roger Berlind
Cafe Crown Produced by LeFrak Entertainment, James M. Nederlander, Francine LeFrak, James L. Nederlander, and Arthur Rubin

1990s

Year Production Nominees
1990
(44th)
[13]
Gypsy Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler, Kathy Levin, and Barry Brown
The Circle Produced by Elliot Martin, The Shubert Organization, and Suntory International Corp
The Merchant of Venice Produced by Duncan C. Weldon, Jerome Minskoff, Punch Productions and Peter Hall
Sweeney Todd Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre, Theodore Mann, and Paul Libin
1991
(45th)
[14]
Fiddler on the Roof Produced by Barry and Fran Weissler and Pace Theatrical Group
The Miser Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre, Theodore Mann, and Paul Libin
Peter Pan Produced by James M. Nederlander, Arthur Rubin, Thomas P. McCoy, Keith Stava, PP Investments, Inc., and John. B. Platt
1992
(46th)
[15]
Guys and Dolls Produced by Dodger Productions, Roger Berlind, Jujamcyn Theaters/TV Asahi, Kardana Productions, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts]
The Most Happy Fella Produced by the Goodspeed Opera House, Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre, Lincoln Center Theatre, The Shubert Organization, and Japan Satellite Broadcasting/Stagevision
On Borrowed Time Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre, Theodore Mann, Robert Buckley, and Paul Libin
The Visit Produced by Roundabout Theater Company, Todd Haimes, and Gene Feist
1993
(47th)
[16]
Anna Christie Produced by Roundabout Theater Co., and Todd Haimes
Saint Joan Produced by National Actors Theatre, Tony Randall, and Duncan C. Weldon
The Price Produced by Roundabout Theatre Co., and Todd Haimes
Wilder, Wilder, Wilder Produced by Circle in the Square Theatre, Theodore Mann, George Elmer, Paul Libin, Willow Cabin Theatre Company, Edward Berkeley, Adam Oliensis, and Maria Radman

See also

References

  1. ^ "1977 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  2. ^ "1978 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  3. ^ "1980 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  4. ^ "1981 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  5. ^ "1982 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  6. ^ "1983 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  7. ^ "1984 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  8. ^ "1985 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  9. ^ "1986 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  10. ^ "1987 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  11. ^ "1988 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  12. ^ "1989 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  13. ^ "1990 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  14. ^ "1991 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  15. ^ "1992 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.
  16. ^ "1993 Tony Awards Nominees". American Theatre Wing. Retrieved August 11, 2023.

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