Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical
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.
Award winners and nominations
As of 2015, nine shows have been nominated for the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical in two different years, for two separate productions: Grease, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Company, Annie, Jesus Christ Superstar, Follies, Gypsy (Gypsy was also nominated, and won, in 1990, when the category was called Tony Award for Best Revival), La Cage aux Folles and The King and I. Of these, La Cage aux Folles and The King and I are the only two shows that have won the award twice.
- Jones, Kenneth. " 'Billy Elliot', 'Norman Conquests', 'Hair', 'God of Carnage' Are Tony Award Winners" playbill.com, June 8, 2009
- Tony Awards Official site
- Tony Awards at Internet Broadway database Listing
- Tony Awards at broadwayworld.com