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My Fair Lady
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A Chorus Line
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This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical dazzled more than 6 million people during its record-breaking 15-year run on Broadway

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Les Miserables
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Based on a novel by the same name by Victor Hugo, this musical has had the longest innings in the history of theatre.

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The Phantom Of The Opera
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Based on the novel by Gaston Leroux, this Broadway musical by Andrew Lloyd Webberis is the winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards.

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The Pirates of Penzance
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Gilbert and Sullivan are the British fathers of the American Theatre and this Pirates might be there best.

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Gypsy
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Perhaps one of the best broadway scores ever, brassy (Styne) with Sondheim lyrics to boot. Each Mama Rose has carved out her own mark in the lead role (Merman, Lansbury, Daly, Peters and LuPone).

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Wicked
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West Side Story
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Romeo and Juliet put to the timeless score of Leonard Bernstein, the pointed lyrics of Stephen Sondheim and the energetic choreography of Jerome Robbins. With all due respect to other musicals, this is simply the best of all time.

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The Fantasticks
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The longest running musical ever in New York, it is an Off-Broadway legend

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Fiddler on the Roof
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Kiss Me Kate
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The Sound of Music
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The Music Man
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42nd Street
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Guys and Dolls
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Merrily We Roll Along
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Sondheim’s most interesting but underappreciated work

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Oklahoma!
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Annie
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The comic strip comes to life. Andrea McCardle – what a voice for such a young girl at the time

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South Pacific
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Promises, Promises
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The version on Broadway with Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes is even better than the 1960’s version with Jerry Orbach. Neil Simon’s book and the music of Burt Bacharach with Hal David’s lyrics make it a touching, funny, wonderful show!

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The Mikado
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Gilbert and Sullivan

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The King and I
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1776
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Into The Woods
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The most creative and clever musical ever written.

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Show Boat
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Where’s Charley?
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The oft forgotten outstanding musical from the 50’s that takes us back to the late 1800’s in Britian.

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RAGTIME
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In the exciting era of Ragtime, the lives of a wealthy family, a poor immigrant and his motherless daughter, and a black man named Coalhouse Walker, intertwine.Blessed with beauty, ambition, a smashing wardrobe and a social conscience, “Ragtime” is the kind of musical that brings Broadway audiences to their knees in adoration.Based on the 1975 novel by E. L. Doctorow, Ragtime tells the story of three groups in America, represented by Coalhouse Walker Jr., a Harlem musician; Mother, the matriarch of a WASP family in New Rochelle, NY; and Tateh, a Latvian Jewish immigrant. Historical figures such as Houdini, Evelyn Nesbit, Booker T. Washington, J. P. Morgan, Henry Ford, Stanford White, Harry Kendall Thaw, Admiral Peary, Matthew Henson, and Emma Goldman also appear. The music includes marches, cakewalks, gospel and ragtime.

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A Little Night Music
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On the Town
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The movie was fun, but it was a watered down version of the movie.

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Pal Joey
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The Drowsy Chaperone
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Anything Goes
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Sweet Charity
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Of Thee I Sing
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Evita
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They’re Playing Our Song
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HMS Pinafore
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Gilbert and Sullivan

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Barnum
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A circus on the stage with Cy Coleman’s music that brings P.T. Barnum back to life.

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Little Shop of Horrors
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
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Annie Get Your Gun
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Mame
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Sweeney Todd
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Camelot
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Robert Goulet’s signature performance.

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Cats
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Running for 18 years on Broadway, this musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is based on Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T S Elliot.

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Candide
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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s first was one of his best!

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Hello Dolly
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Follies
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The Producers
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Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
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Wonderful Town
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Love Never Dies
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“Phantom of the opera sequel” that really stands alone! Great singing, acting and fun story! 🙂

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Sunday in the Park with George
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Pippin
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Ben Vereen’s was outstanding in Stephen Schwarz follow-up to Godspell. It will make you think.

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Nine
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Man of LaMancha
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The Impossible Dream might be the most stirring and inspiring song ever in a Broadway musical! The rest of the musical is excellent, but The Impossible Dream is possibly the all time showstopper.

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Chicago
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She Loves Me
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Tony nominated musical in 1964

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Hairspray
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You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
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Once Upon a Mattress
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Jesus Christ Superstar
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Thoroughly Modern Millie
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Grey Gardens
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Babes in Arms
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Rodgers & Hart’s 1937 hit starring Alfred Drake and the Nicholas Brothers included hit songs, “My Funny Valentine,” “Where or When,” “Johnny One Note,” and “The Lady is a Tramp.”

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No No Nannette
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Carousel
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Rogers and Hammersteins best. Subtle and moving, the lyrics and music evoke character and plot, exemplifying the artistic power of musical theatre. One of the top 10 musicals of all time.

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The Light in the Piazza
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Funny Girl
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Babes in Toyland
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Victor Herbert’s 1903 Broadway hit that included “March of the Toys.”

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Crazy for You
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How can you go wrong with a show full of Gershwin tunes?

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Sunset Boulevard
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Tony Award for Best Musical in 1995

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Godspell
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Applause
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The talents of Lauren Bacall and Bonnie Franklin on the same stage – what fun!

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Miss Saigon
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Patience
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Gilbert and Sullivan

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Mary Poppins
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Billy Elliot
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Oh Kay
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On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
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Kiss of the Spider Woman
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Tony Award for Best Musical in 1993 with Chita Rivera

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The Secret Garden
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1991 Tony Award Nominee for Best Musical

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Candide
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I’d Rather Be Right
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Rodgers & Hart’s 1937 hit starred George M. Cohan as President Franklin Roosevelt, singing and dancing.

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Titanic
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Forty-five Minutes From Broadway
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George M. Cohan’s 1906 Broadway hit that introduced the world to “Mary’s a Grand Old Name”

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Flower Drum Song
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Rodgers and Hammerstein

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Iolanthe
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Gilbert and Sullivan

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Little Johnny Jones
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Me and My Girl
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Animal Crackers
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1928 Marx Brothers musical on Broadway

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