Hi, all! Hope you enjoyed our first day on the red carpet, and welcome to Day Two of our Tony Award extravaganza. If you’re just joining us, here are Day One’s entries.
On to Day Two and more posts from our lovely bloggers:
Silver Screenings has a look at the wonderful film, The Heiress, starring Olivia de Havilland and written by Tony winners Ruth and Augustus Goetz.
Thoughts All Sorts brings us a review of the towering Arthur Miller work, The Crucible. Arthur Miller is a popular fellow, isn’t he?
MovieRob has the second of three films for this blogathon, 2007’s The Band’s Visit, which was adapted into a Tony Award-winning musical ten years after its release.
The Flapper Dame brings us the durable Tennessee Williams classic, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Filmland Follies takes a look at the sparky Shrew-y statue winner, Kiss Me Kate.
Please, sir, I want some more! Crítica Retrô has thoughts on the Dickens tour-de-force, Oliver!
Here’s my review of 1993’s Swing Kids, starring Tony honoree Robert Sean Leonard.
Thanks, everyone, and see you tomorrow for Day Three…