Special Sub-Topic: A-Z Musicals
|A: "Weekend in the Country", "Now/Later/Soon"|
A Little Night Music. This musical was written by Stephen Sondheim.
|B: "My Funny Valentine", "Lady is A Tramp"|
Babes in Arms. Richard Rodgers collaborated with Lorenz Hart for this show.
|C: "Two Ladies", "Tomorrow Belongs To Me"|
Cabaret. The late 90s revival of this show played in Studio 54 (among other theatres).
|D: "Take A Job", "Late Late Show"|
Do Re Mi. Nathan Lanes, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Heather Headley & Randy Graff were part of the 1999 revival.
|E: "Another Suitcase in Another Hall", "Goodnight and Thank You"|
Evita. Patti LuPone opened as Eva Peron at the Broadway Theatre.
|F: "This Plum is Too Ripe", "Round and Round"|
Fantasticks. This was the longest Off-Broadway show of all time.
|G: "Alas For You", "By My Side"|
Godspell. Opened on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre in June 1976.
|H: "Who Wants to Be A Millionare?", "Say It with Gin"|
High Society. Cole Porter provided music & lyrics to this show.
|I: "Our Little World", "Stay with Me"|
Into the Woods. Bernadette Peters, Joanna Gleason & Vanessa Williams have all been in this show.
|K: "It Never Was You", "Dirge for a Soldier"|
Knickerbocker Holiday. Opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
|L: "Closed for Renovation", "Ya Never Know"|
Little Shop of Horrors. "Closed for Renovation" was cut from the movie, and "Ya Never Know" was changed into "Some Fun Now".
|M: "Girls of Summer", "There Won't Be Trumpets"|
Marry Me A Little. This show opened at the Actor's Playhouse in 1981.
|N: "Padre Polka" , "What Would Elvis Do?"|
Nunsense II. These songs were performed in the sequel to the hugely popular "Nunsense".
|O: "Normandy", "Many Moons Ago"|
Once Upon A Mattress. Carol Burnett & Sarah Jessica Parker have performed the lead in this musical.
|P: "That Face", "Betrayed"|
The Producers. Lyrics & music for this show were written by Mel Brooks.
|Q: "In The Absence of Angels", "One Voice"|
Quilt. "Quilt" is about AIDS.
|R: "Sword of Damocles", "Once In A While"|
The Rocky Horror Show. This musical was turned into the cult film.
|S: "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly", "Figure Eight"|
Schoolhouse Rock Live!. This musical was based off the popular Saturday-morning cartoon shorts.
|T: "Acid Queen", "Sally Simpson"|
Tommy. The Who brought this rock opera to Broadway in 1993.
|U: "Run, Freedom, Run", "Look at the Sky"|
Urinetown. "Urinetown" played at Henry Miller's Theatre when it moved to Broadway.
|V: "If I Were A Man", "Paris by Night"|
Victor/Victoria. Victor/Victoria was a woman playing a man dressed as a woman.
|W: "Give A Man Enough Rope", "My Unknown Someone"|
Will Rogers Follies. Opened at the Palace Theatre in May 1991.
|Y: "The Book Report", "Suppertime"|
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Originally performed Off-Off-Broadway.
|Z: "Come Join Us", "Blast From The Past"|
Zombie Prom. Instantly became an Off-Broadway smash.
|(What fun would this be if we went in perfect order?) J: "Everything's Alright", "Blood Money"|
Jesus Christ Superstar. Music written for this show by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
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