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Terrific Tony Award Tie-Ins

Did you see the Tony Awards on Sunday, June 9th?

The show, which recognizes excellence in Broadway theater, opened with a number that caused critic Linda Holmes to ask, "Is This the Greatest Award Show Opening Ever?

The other reason to see the show was to get a look at the best of the Broadway season.

However if you want more than a look and you don't have a ticket to New York, New York, what do you do?

First, you can check out Cyndi Lauper's Tony Award winning score of the big winner of the night, Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

Then you might notice that a lot of the winners were tie-ins to books and movies, so you can check out a lot of Broadway inspiration right here at SCCLD. 


Pippin CD cover of Pippin


This Stephen Schwartz musical was successfully revived from the 1972 Broadway production directed by Bob Fosse. The current revival won four Tonys including Best Revival of a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical-Patina Miller, Best Featured Actress in a Musical-Andrea Martin and Best Direction of a Musical.

Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

Ths inspiration for the six time Tony award winning musical.  The movie is about a men's shoe factory that is about to go out of business until it drastically alters its shoe line in an unexpected way.



Roald Dahl's famous children's novel has inspired a movie and now a four time Tony winning musical.

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The Oscar winning film adaptation of Edward Albee's play.  The current revival won awards for Best Revival of a Play, Best Actor in a Play-Tracy Letts and Best Direction of a Play. 

The Trip to Bountiful

The Trip to Bountiful

Check out why Horton Foote's play managed to be the vehicle for Geraldine Page's Oscar winning performance in this film and Cicely Tyson's Tony winning performance in the current revival.