Tony Bosses Unleash More Loot, Revival Kudos But Kill B’way Sound Prizes

The Tony Administration Committee, which oversees the Broadway prizes for the awards jointly owned by the Broadway League trade group and the American Theatre Wing service organization, had a busy day. In addition to expanding the roster of the Tony Nominating Committee, they made several rulings in response to this year’s controversial Tony Awards:

* Moving forward, the creators of winning play and musical revivals will receive Tonys along with their producers. Had such a rule been in effect for the season just ended,  John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask would have received Tony Awards for Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which won the Tony for Best Revival Of A Musical. (more…)

This article was printed from