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The Tony for Best Musical is technically given to the producers of the show; however, producers in the modern era aren't usually thought of as being terribly significant to the artistry of the show--nowadays, they're just open pocketbooks. And I don't see why Best Musical awards should be credited to the composer, lyricist, or bookwriter; they have the score and book awards to directly measure their contributions. Kevin M Marshall 21:34, 8 February 2006 (UTC)