Tony Time: Best Revival of a Play (Photos)

Tonys! Tonys! Tonys! IT’S ALMOST TIME! Luner on Theatre cannot wait till the 2012 Tony Awards are here! We are continuing to bring you never ending coverage of anything and everything Tony Awards down till the clock even on Tony day itself! Today we give you another visual look at some familiar pieces returning to Broadway this year as revivals in the drama category. This is the third post in our series followed by some previous posts with only visuals for Best Play and Best Musical. Today, Luner on Theatre gives you a look at the 2012 Tony Award nominees for Best Revival of a Play.

Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman

Gore Vidal’s The Best Man

Gore Vidal’s The Best Man

WIT

WIT

Master Class

Master Class

There they are! The 2012 Tony Award nominations for Best Revival of a Play. These pieces may not be new to Broadway, but many of them have been invented in ways never before. This is an incredible season for revivals with new ideas and creations of pieces never seen before on the New York stage. Do. Not. Miss. This. If you get the chance, check out the entire Luner on Theatre Tony Time Series. It is filled with things you have and have never thought of that we challenge each year come Tony time! For more information as well, check out the Official Tony Awards WebsiteAnd of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and more!

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One comment

  • Which one are you betting on? I think Death of A Salesman has this one in the bag. Shame it has just closed and won’t get the flow-on effect of ticket buyers. Guess it sold plenty of tickets anyway!

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