Vote For The Best Musical Revival Of The 2000’s!

Eligibility rules:

1. The production must’ve won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical

2. The production must’ve won that award during the 2000’s


Understand? Then let the voting begin!


#1 Into the Woods

The classic musical by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim was brought back to life with its beautiful songs and a dancing cow.

155 points
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#2 South Pacific

The first revival of the legendary Rodgers and Hammerstein musical had incredible performances and tech.

33 points
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#3 Kiss Me, Kate

The new revival of the first ever winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical won 5 Tony awards.

26 points
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#4 Company

After the success of the 2005 revival of Sweeney Todd, John Doyle brought his inventive style to Sondheim's inventive musical with more actor/musicians to listen too.

23 points
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#5 Hair

Originally premiering in the late 60s, this musical is and was a daring and ambitious in its story and construction.

21 points
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#6 42nd Street

Marketed as "The Broadway musical for people who love Broadway musicals" the new revival won 2 Tony Awards.

10 points
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#7 Assassins

Sondheim's American musical made it to Broadway with a revival honouring the story and the songs.

7 points
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#8 La Cage aux Folles

All Broadway productions of La Cage aux Folles are different and this production is no different. Lead by Gary Beach, the show still keeps its important message.

-22 points
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#9 The Pajama Game

Having some of the best choreography on Broadway, the musical has the word "fun" written all over it.

-36 points
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#10 Nine

Maury Yeston's musical about an Italian director's mid life crisis gave the wonderful Jane Krakowski a well deserved Tony Award.

-47 points
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