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re: Why is the author of "Betrayal" not mentioned in the revival's nomination?
Posted by: WaymanWong 05:15 pm EDT 10/15/20
In reply to: re: Why is the author of "Betrayal" not mentioned in the revival's nomination? - larry13 04:22 pm EDT 10/15/20

I think playwrights should always be credited for their work, but here's the Tony rule about revivals and living authors:

Eligibility of Author(s)/Author(s) and Composer(s) of Revival Plays/Musicals

i) The author(s)f of a play and the author(s) and composer(s) of a musical
which was determined eligible in a Best Revival of a Play or Musical
category by the Tony Awards Administration Committee, in accordance
with language contained in Rule 2(g) herein, but did not have any prior
presentation in an eligible Broadway theatre, and who are living at the
time that the production receives this determination, will be eligible along
with the producers of the production in the respective Best Revival of a
Play or Musical category.
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