|Tony Award for |
Best Revival of a Musical
|Awarded for||Best Revival of a Musical|
|Location||New York City|
|Presented by||American Theatre Wing The Broadway League|
|Currently held by||Oklahoma! (2019)|
The Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical has been awarded since 1994. Before that time, both plays and musicals were considered together for the Tony Award for Best Revival. The award is given to the best musical play which has already appeared on Broadway in a previous production, or is regarded as being in the common theatrical repertoire. The award goes to the producers of the musical. Like Best Musical, songs from the musicals that are nominated for this award are usually performed during the ceremony before this award is presented.
Winners and nominees
74th Tony Awards
- 2 Wins
- 2 Nominations
- Fiddler on the Roof (the show was also nominated for, and won, Best Revival in 1991)
- Gypsy (the show was also nominated for, and won, Best Revival in 1990)
- Hello, Dolly!
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
- Jesus Christ Superstar
- The King and I
- Kiss Me, Kate
- La Cage aux Folles
- She Loves Me
- The category was not given due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the 2019–20 Broadway season. While a revival of West Side Story had opened on February 20, 2020 and revivals of Caroline, or Change and Company were planning to open in April and March, respectively, the official eligibility cutoff date for Tony consideration was later changed to February 19, 2020, shortly under a month before Broadway shut down. Because West Side Story opened too late and neither Caroline, or Change nor Company had opened, no musical revival production was considered eligible for the season. Feldman, Adam. "The final rules for the 2020 Tony Awards have been announced". Retrieved 2020-08-28.