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Based on the classic rock opera by Pete Townshend, Tony Award-winning Tommy tells the electrifying tale of a young boy's journey from pain to triumph.

"An entertainment juggernaut that lifts the audience right out of its seats. Tommy is the first musical in years to feel completely alive in its own moment". - The New York Times.

"Tommy rocks . . ." - Boston Globe.


After witnessing his father murder his mother's lover, young Tommy becomes psychosomatically deaf, dumb and blind. This way he stays all the way through to adulthood regardless of what his mother tries to get him cured. As his life meanders on in post World War II England, he suffers abuse from relatives and neighbours. Tommy's life is saved however, when he finds an old pinball machine and begins to play it. When he turns out to be a natural born wizard on the pinball table it not only leads him to a cure but also causes a religious following to spring up around him.

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About Tommy

• May 1969, The Who released the double album Tommy. Townshend nearly wrote all of the songs with Pete singing "The Acid Queen" and "Sensation." Tommy is based, in part, by the spiritual teachings of Indian mystic, Meher Baba, of whom Townshend became a devotee. "Amazing Journey," "Pinball Wizard," and the finale "See Me, Feel Me," are the notable songs.

• I n 1974, Tommy began shooting as a feature film with a Townshend Oscar nominated score.

• In 1993, Tommy opened on Broadway to become an eventual Tony winner.


About the 1993 Broadway musical

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Winner of 5 1993 Tony awards for Best Choreographer, Best Director, Best Lighting Designer, Best Scenic Designer and Best Score.
Winner of the 1993 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design
Winner of the 1993 Astaire Award for Best choreographer



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Selection of articles (May 1st 2006) Euan Morton Will Be The Who's Tommy at Bay Street Theatre June 13-July 9 (May 1st 2006) Euan Morton to Star in Bay Street's The Who's Tommy (June 13th 2006) Bay Street Theatre The Who's Tommy, With Euan Morton, Begins June 13 (June 20th 2006) The Who's Tommy
The Sag Harbor Express (June 22nd 2006) Review: "Tommy" in Tune (June 28th 2006)
Photo Flash: Bay Street's The Who's Tommy

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