'How I Learned to Drive' will be considered in the Best Revival of a Play category, despite not previously playing on Broadway. (Photo: Jeremy Daniel)

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met for the third and final time to determine the eligibility of the 15 remaining Broadway productions in the 2021-2022 season.

The development comes days before nominations for the 75th Annual Tony Awards are to be announced on May 9. The awards ceremony will take place on June 12.

The productions discussed include: “Plaza Suite,” “Paradise Square,” “Take Me Out,” “Birthday Candles,” “American Buffalo,” “The Minutes,” “How I Learned to Drive,” “for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf,” “Hangmen,” “Funny Girl,” “The Skin of Our Teeth,” “A Strange Loop,” “POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive,” “Mr. Saturday Night” and “Macbeth.”

Among the determinations, “How I Learned to Drive” will be considered eligible in the Best Revival of a Play category. Like “Lackawanna Blues” and “Trouble in Mind,” which received similar determinations earlier this season, the show has not previously played Broadway but premiered off-Broadway.

Ellenore Scott and Ayodele Casel will be considered jointly eligible in the Best Choreography category for their work on “Funny Girl.” The two choreographers have split the duties, with Casel handling the tap choreography for the revival.

For his performance in “American Buffalo,” Darren Criss will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play category. Since they were omitted from the determinations announced, his two co-stars, Laurence Fishburne and Sam Rockwell will be eligible in the Lead Actor category.

Additional determinations:

Joaquina Kalukango will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical category for her performance in “Paradise Square.”

Enrico Colantoni and John Earl Jelks will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play category for their respective performances in “Birthday Candles.”

Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actress/Actor in a Leading Role in a Play categories for their respective performances in “How I Learned to Drive.”

Rachel Hauck and Lucy Mackinnon will be considered jointly eligible in the Best Scenic Design of a Play category for their work on “How I Learned to Drive.”

Myung Hee Cho and Aaron Rhyne will be considered jointly eligible in the Best Scenic Design of a Play category for their work on “for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf.”

David Threlfall will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play category for his performance in “Hangmen.”

Jane Lynch and Jared Grimes will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actress/Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical categories for their respective performances in “Funny Girl.”

Gabby Beans, James Vincent Meredith and Roslyn Ruff will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actress/Actor in a Leading Role in a Play categories, for their respective performances in “The Skin of Our Teeth.”

Jaquel Spivey will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical category for his performance in “A Strange Loop.”

Scott Pask and Jeff Sugg will be considered jointly eligible in the Best Scenic Design of a Musical category for their work on “Mr. Saturday Night.”