Word Search--Capital Cities, Broadway Style

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'A Chorus Line' has the best unison dancing of any show I know.
Do 'Hairspray' cast members go through a lot of cans of Revlon?
Carol Burnett quit 'Once Upon a Mattress' but ended up on her own television show.
I wish I could have seen 'The King and I' live with Yul Brynner.
In 'How to Succeed in Business...', our hero juggles demanding bosses, piles of memos, co-workers plotting revenge and seductive secretaries.
In the 'Gypsy' revival, when Patti Lupone played Mama Rose, audiences went wild.
Do you think it is fair to cast an Annie who isn't redheaded?
In 'Me and My Girl', Bill is a cockney heir among stuck-up aristocrats.
Never fear, a 'Bat Boy' revival is likely to come to your town.
When I saw 'Music Man', I laughed at Ron Howard's lisp.
In my opinion, reviving 'Funny Girl' is just not OK. You can't replace Barbra Streisand.
Is 'Spiderman' amazing, or just another over-produced flop?
Although it was designed to charm us, 'Cats' bored me completely.
'Man of La Mancha' was an uplifting musical on Don Quixote, by Cervantes.
Rusty, Ren, Lulu and Ariel are all characters in the musical 'Footloose'
What's up with 'Miss Saigon'? The Vietnam war's a weird choice for a musical.
Do you remember 'No, No, Nanette'? It featured the song 'Tea for Two'.
In 'Camelot', Arthur was one of the first kings to not believe in 'Might Makes Right'
'The Full Monty' is about unemployed steel workers who become male strippers.
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'Oklahoma' put Oscar Hammerstein and Richard Rodgers into the Broadway spotlight.
I love the Scottish kilts and heather in 'Brigadoon'
'Falsettos' looks at issues related to homosexuality and AIDS
In 'Phantom of the Opera', the petulant diva Carlotta was displaced by Christine
In 'Next to Normal', 'I'm Alive' is one of the standout numbers.
Meryl Streep was in the film adaptation of 'Mamma Mia,' then starred in 'Doubt' which was a drama on Broadway.
I adored 'The Book of Mormon', a comic masterpiece with a message.
Did Julie Andrews really win a Tony award for 'Victor/Victoria'?
In 'West Side Story', the song 'America' ironically contrasts the US and Puerto Rico
The Rodgers and Hart musical 'Jumbo' got a live elephant to perform onstage.
During my most recent New York trip, 'Oliver' was one of the corniest musicals I saw.
'Les Miserables' was the best musical adaptaton of a book I ever saw.
I watched Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger in 'Chicago', mainly just to see them in skimpy outfits.
Kelli O'Hara revived 'Pajama Game' with Harry Connick, Jr.
I saw 'Light in the Piazza' the other night--what's a piazza, anyways?
I wonder, did they dub lines for Audrey Hepburn in 'My Fair Lady', or just the songs?
'Annie Get Your Gun' was probably the best musical by Irving Berlin
There are way too many verses of 'I Am What I Am' in 'La Cage Aux Folles'

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