You're chatting with someone who is a well documented naysayer of this Company... and I would have given every single Tony it won to a different show/actor/director/designer. Sorry! Matt Doyle may have gotten standing ovation but I don't believe he deserved the Tony over Morrison. I also wouldn't have given him a standing ovation. His is a perfectly fine, solid performance of it, but by no means the best I've seen or warranting a standing ovation (which is, I think, more for the added bits by the director, which for my money are over-directing and over-staging and distracting... I mean people act as if he was handed this fresh fast paced song that no one has ever had to tackle before. It's been a standard for 50 years.).
no one cares but...
For what it's worth, nobody asked but, Company's Tonys would be distributed thusly, in my world:
Best Revival - Caroline or Change
Best Director of a Musical - Conor McPherson, Girl from the North Country
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - John-Andrew Morrison
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - probably unnominated cast members of Caroline or Change, or Simard
Best Scenic Design of a Musical - Flying Over Sunset