Anexo:Premio Tony a la mejor dirección en una obra de teatro

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Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play (en español Premios Tony por Mejor dirección en obra) es una categoría de los Premios Tony establecida desde el año 1960.

Ganadores[editar]

1960s[editar]

  • 1962 Noel Willman – A Man for All Seasons
  • 1969 Peter Dews – Hadrian the Seventh|Hadrian VII
    • Joseph Hardy – Play It Again, Sam
    • Harold PinterThe Man in the Glass Booth
    • Michael A. Schultz – Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?

1970s[editar]

  • 1970 Joseph Hardy – Child's Play
    • Milton Katselas – Butterflies Are Free
    • Thomas MacAnna – Borstal Boy
    • Robert Moore – Last of the Red Hot Lovers
  • 1972 Mike NicholsThe Prisoner of Second Avenue
    • Jeff Bleckner – Sticks and Bones
    • Gordon Davidson – The Trial of the Catsville Nine
    • Peter HallOld Times
  • 1975 John Dexter – Equus
    • Arvin Brown – The National Health
    • Frank Dunlop – Scapino
    • Ronald Eyre – London Assurance
    • Athol FugardSizwe Banzi is Dead and The Island
    • Gene Saks – Same Time Next Year
  • 1976 Ellis Rabb – The Royal Family
    • Arvin Brown – Ah Wilderness
    • Marshall W. Mason – Knock Knock
    • Peter Wood – Travesties
  • 1979 Jack Hofsiss – The Elephant Man
    • Alan Ayckbourn/Peter HallBedroom Farce
    • Paul Giovanni – The Crucifier of Blood
    • Michael Lindsay-Pegg – Whoose Life Is It Anyway?

1980s[editar]

  • 1984 Mike NicholsThe Real Thing
    • Michael Blakemore – Noises Off
    • David Leveaux – A Moon for the Misbegotten
    • Gregory Mosher – Glengarry Glen Ross
  • 1988 John Dexter – M. Butterfly
    • Gregory Mosher – Speed-the-Plow
    • Lloyd Richards – Joe Turner's Come and Gone
    • Clifford Williams – Breaking the Code
  • 1989 Jerry Zaks – Lend Me a Tenor
    • Bill Irwin – Largely New York
    • Gregory Mosher – Our Town
    • Daniel J. Sullivan – The Heidi Chronicles

1990s[editar]

  • 1991 Jerry Zaks – Six Degrees of Separation
    • Richard Jones – La Bête
    • Mark Lamos – Our Country's Good
    • Gene Saks – Lost in Yonkers
  • 1992 Patrick Mason – Dancing at Lughnasa
    • Peter HallFour Baboons Adoring the Sun
    • Jack O'Brien – Two Shakespearean Actors
    • Daniel J. Sullivan – Conversations with My Father
  • 1993 George C. Wolfe – Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
    • David Leveaux – Anna Christie
    • Eric Simonson – The Song of Jacob Zulu
    • Daniel J. Sullivan – The Sisters Rosensweig
  • 1995 Gerald Gutierrez – The Heiress
    • Emily Mann – Having Our Say
    • Joe Mantello – Love! Valour! Compassion!
    • Sean Mathias – Indiscretions

2000s[editar]

  • 2000 Michael Blakemore – Copenhagen
    • James Lapine – Dirty Blonde
    • David Leveaux – The Real Thing
    • Matthew Warchus – True West
  • 2001 Daniel J. Sullivan – Proof
    • Marion McClinton – King Hedley II
    • Ian McElhinney – Stones in His Pockets
    • Jack O'Brien – The Invention of Love
  • 2004 Jack O'Brien – Henry IV
    • Doug Hughes – Frozen
    • Moises Kaufman – I Am My Own Wife
    • David Leveaux – Jumpers
  • 2007 Jack O'Brien – The Coast of Utopia
  • 2009 Matthew Warchus – God of Carnage
    • Phyllida Lloyd – Mary Stuart
    • Bartlett Sher – Joe Turner's Come and Gone
    • Matthew Warchus – The Norman Conquests

2010s[editar]

  • 2011 Marianne Elliott y Tom Morris – War Horse
  • 2012: Mike NicholsDeath of a Salesman
    • Nicholas Hytner – One Man, Two Guvnors
    • Pam MacKinnon – Clybourne Park
    • Roger Rees y Alex Timbers – Peter and the Starcatcher
  • 2013: Pam MacKinnon – Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    • Nicholas Martin – Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
    • Bartlett Sher – Golden Boy
    • George C. Wolfe – Lucky Guy

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