Camille A. Brown, the choreographer of 'Choir Boy,' at Tonys Meet the Press Day. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)
Campaigning for a Tony Award already involves a nonstop schedule of events, photo opportunities and jostling to best position each show on television broadcasts, in articles and at galas. That process becomes harder when the show has already closed. This year, the now-shuttered “Choir Boy,” “The Boys in the Band,” “Torch Song,” “The Waverly Gallery” and “Bernhardt/Hamlet” reaped a collective dozen nominations — including one best play nod and three for best revival of a play, as well as accolades for individual actors.    Without the chance to invite the Tony voters back to the theater, these limited runs have…

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