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Can you name the Broadway Trivia With Two 'Ss'?
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All answers in this quiz have at least two separate words that start with "S" Example - Question: This dancer is famous for his work in Wildcat Answer: Swen Swenson
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This 2002 musical starred John Lithgow and Brian d'Arcy James.
This famous song from the 1938 Broadway musical Knickerbocker Holiday has been recorded by many singers including Frank Sinatra, Lou Reed, and Lindsey Buckingham.
Assassins, Passion, and The Frogs are three works by this composer/lyricist
Act II of 42nd Street starts with this song, featuring the entire ensemble.
'Who Will Love Me as I Am' and 'I Will Never Leave You' are two well known songs from this 1997 musical.
Along with his wife Bella, this bookwriter penned the book for Kiss Me, Kate.
This producer brought us Kiss Me Kate as well as seven of Neil Simon's Broadway plays.
No Strings starts and ends with this song originally performed by Diahann Carroll.
This Cole Porter musical is loosely based on the Melchior Lengyel story Ninotchka
This director/choreographer's work includes big - the musical and The Scottsboro Boys
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Ellen Greene and Rick Moranis sang this duet in the film version of Little Shop of Horrors.
He appeared in the original Broadway casts of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and How Now, Dow Jones.
This 'American Opera' by Kurt Weill and Langston Hughes is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name by Elmer Rice.
This 1995 musical revue features the music of Johnny Burke.
This actress appeared in the 1994 revival of Grease and the 1998 revival of Annie but is better known for her work on TV's All in the Family.
Producer David Merrick got a long run out of this musical by running a fake quote ad.
This song by composer by Frank Loesser is from The Most Happy Fella and was originally sung by Jo Sullivan.
This Broadway composer also wrote the score to Dreamworks animated film, Prince of Egypt.
Act II of Company starts with this song featuring Bobby and his married friends.
In the 1972 Broadway musical Sugar, Joe and Jerry hide from gangsters by joining this band.
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