How many Tonys did the Chicago revival win?
The revival production of Chicago, which opened on Broadway in 1996, received six Tony Awards: Best Revival of a Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Lighting Design, Best Choreography, and Best Direction of a Musical.
The original production took home six awards at the 1984 Tonys: Best Musical Best Book of a Musical, to Harvey Fierstein Best Original Score, to Jerry Herman Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical, to George Hearn Best Direction of a Musical, to Arthur Laurents Best Costume Design, to Theoni V. Aldredge The 2004 Broadway revival was awarded two Tonys: Best Revival of a Musical Best Choreography, to Jerry Mitchell The 2010 Broadway…
In the original 1959 production, it won Best Musical, Best Actress for Mary Martin as Maria, Best Featured Actress for Patricia Neway as Mother Superior, Scenic Design, and Direction, as well as being nominated for Best Actor for Theodore Bikel as von Trapp, Best Featured Actor for Kurt Kaznar as Max, Vicnent Donehue for Best Director. The 1998 revival was nominated for Best Revival of a Musical. That's a total of 5 Tony wins.