|I don’t see the logic in what you’re arguing.
If you just go off of production history, in the past twenty years, “A Man of No Importance” has been produced internationally, including on the West End, so there’s not a question it has entered the repertoire. There’s no rule that a show has to be immensely popular to be a revival.
If you’re going by it being akin to “Violet”, and “Violet” was a revival, then that tells you that your earlier criteria isn’t the one that is used in making these decisions, and we should expect it in Revival.
I think the math gets much trickier with something like “Here Lies Love” (which I think will be seen as new, but is rather on the cusp), but this one seems pretty straightforward.