A Season For Tonys

This year’s Broadway season featured “a bevy of big men on campus, a dearth of decent old musicals, and $768 million in sales. A big chunk of that figure came from shows that opened in the spring, and the Tonys should follow suit, with productions like “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” “Doubt, A Parable” and “The Light in the Piazza” all favored to win multiple awards. Indeed, most on Broadway predict a remarkably democratic distribution of Tonys, though a few old-timers sense the possibility of a big “Spamalot” sweep.”