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Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play

The Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play has been given since 1960. Before 1960 there was only one award for both play direction and musical direction, then in 1960 the award was split into two categories: Dramatic and Musical. In 1976 the Dramatic category was renamed to Play. For pre-1960 direction awards please reference Tony Award for Best Director.

Award winners

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s

Multiple winners

6 wins: Mike Nichols
3 wins: Jerry Zaks
2 wins: Peter Brook, John Dexter, Marianne Elliott, Gerald Gutierrez, Peter Hall, Jack O'Brien, Gene Saks

External links

  • Tony Awards official site
  • Tony Awards, Best Direction of a Play at ibdb.com


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