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This series of musical revues appeared on Broadway 13 times between 1919 and 1939.
Jennifer Holliday won a Tony Award and Jennifer Hudson won an Oscar for playing this character from 'Dreamgirls.'
He wrote the music and lyrics for 'Hot Feet' which ran for 97 performances in 2006
Finish this lyric from 'Hair' : 'Give me a tall. A lean. A sexy. A sweet. A pretty. A juicy...'
This famous real life architect appears as a character in the musical 'Ragtime'
Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the score for this musical based on a novel by Wilkie Collins
This classic holiday movie was adapted into a stage musical which premiered on Broadway in 2008
Marian the Librarian sings this ballad in 'The Music Man,' although it was not in the movie version.
Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali starred in this short running 1969 musical.
This character from 'Into the Woods' is actually a cow!
She's famous for choreographing the original productions of 'Mame,' 'The Music Man,' 'Irma La Douce,' and 'Working.'
This musical satire was about the 75th governor of Georgia
This song from 'Barnum' was originated by Glenn Close and Jim Dale.
He is 'The Man Who Came to Dinner' (or the title character in the musical version, Sherry!)
This 1928 Broadway musical had a score by Karl Hajos 'based on melodies by Frederic Chopin'
She won the 1997 Tony award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in 'The Life'
Martha sings this song to Mary in 'The Secret Garden'
Stephen King invented this fiery character who starred in her own 1988 musical
Joyce Brown originated this song from the musical, 'Purlie'
He's Clark Kent's boss at The Daily Planet in 'It's a Bird, It's a Plane... It's Superman.'
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