Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolfe Wins Tony For Best Revival
Continuing the night's theme of bizarre pairigings, Mayor Michael Bloomberg (also honored tonight) presented the Tony Award for Best Revival to the production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe. Earlier in the night, the play's director, Pam MacKinnon, took home a Tony earlier in the evening. Later in the evening, it's expected that Tracy Letts will take home the Best Actor award for his portrayl of George in the production.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe beat out Golden Boy, Orphans, and The Trip to Bountiful.