PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS

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IT'S ALWAYS THE "AGE OF AQUARIUS" IN THIS MUSICAL THAT LETS THE SUN SHINE HAIR
THE ORIGINAL RAN FOR 2 YEARS, BUT THE REVIVAL OF THIS ILLINOIS-SET MUSICAL HAD A 12-YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY IN 2008 CHICAGO
THIS CLASSIC RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN SHOW SET IN WWII POLYNESIA CAME BACK TO BROADWAY IN 2008 SOUTH PACIFIC
IN THIS BROADWAY MUSICAL, JULIE ANDREWS GOT FRISKY SINGING ABOUT "THE LUSTY MONTH OF MAY" CAMELOT
IN 2002, SALLY FIELD MADE HER BROADWAY DEBUT IN THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?" EDWARD ALBEE
IN HIS BROADWAY DEBUT IN 2008, TERRANCE HOWARD WAS SOLID AS BRICK IN THIS TENNESSEE WILLIAMS PLAY CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
PRINCESS FIONA IS A MAJOR CHARACTER IN THIS MUSICAL SHREK
DOLLY PARTON WROTE THE MUSIC & LYRICS FOR THIS SHOW, BROADWAY-BOUND IN 2009 9 TO 5
THIS MUSICAL, CO-WRITTEN BY A GUY NAMED BJORN, IS ABOUT A WEDDING ON A TINY GREEK ISLAND MAMMA MIA!
IN 1942 THIS COMPOSER MET ALAN LERNER; THE NEXT YEAR, THE 2 OPENED THEIR FIRST BROADWAY SHOW FREDERICK LOEWE
KATIE HOLMES MADE HER BROADWAY DEBUT IN A 2008 REVIVAL OF THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "ALL MY SONS" ARTHUR MILLER
ELTON JOHN WROTE THE MUSIC FOR THIS SHOW IN WHICH A WORKING-CLASS BRITISH LAD DREAMS OF BEING A BALLET DANCER BILLY ELLIOT
MANY YOUNGSTERS ARRIVE IN GRAND CENTRAL STATION TO MAKE IT IN NEW YORK AND EXIT TO THIS STREET. YOU'RE GOING OUT A YOUNGSTER AND YOU'VE GOT TO COME BACK A STAR 42ND STREET
THIS EXISTENTIALIST DRAMA CLOSED AFTER JUST A FEW WEEKS IN 1946, THUS DISPROVING ITS OWN TITLE NO EXIT
WHEN "THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK" DEBUTED IN 1955, DAVID LEVIN PLAYED THIS BOY WHO'S IN HIDING WITH ANNE PETER
THIS TITLE LINE PRECEDES "REMEMBER ME TO HERALD SQUARE" "GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY"
IN 1983 NOEL COWARD'S "PRIVATE LIVES" WAS REVIVED ON BROADWAY WITH THIS DIVORCED COUPLE PLAYING A DIVORCED COUPLE ELIZABETH TAYLOR & RICHARD BURTON
MICHAEL DOUGLAS WON AN OSCAR FOR PRODUCING A FILM BASED ON THIS PLAY THAT HIS DAD KIRK HAD STARRED IN ON BROADWAY ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
RIFF, NIBBLES, AND OFFICER KRUPKE ARE CHARACTERS IN THIS PLAY WEST SIDE STORY
INGA, FRAU BLUCHER, AND IGOR ARE CHARACTERS IN THIS PLAY YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
THE FRENCH TAUNTER, TIM THE ENCHANTER, AND CONCORDE ARE CHARACTERS IN THIS PLAY SPAMALOT
PROFESSOR CALLAHAN & ELLE WOODS ARE CHARACTERS IN THIS PLAY LEGALLY BLONDE
SQUEAKY FROME, LEE HARVEY OSWALD, AND LEON CZOLGOSZ ARE CHARACTERS IN THIS PLAY ASSASSINS
SIERRA BOGGESS PLAYED CHRISTINE IN "PHANTOM" IN VEGAS BEFORE SHE SWAM ONTO BROADWAY AS THIS FISH-TAILED DISNEY HEROINE THE LITTLE MERMAID (ARIEL)
THIS ONE-NAMED SINGER MADE HIS BROADWAY DEBUT IN "CHICAGO" IN 2006 USHER
MAX CRUMM WON THE ROLE OF DANNY ZUKO IN THE REVIVAL OF THIS MUSICAL ON A TV REALITY SHOW GREASE
MARIO LOPEZ KICKED UP HIS HEELS IN THIS HIT REVIVAL IN 2008 A CHORUS LINE
IN 2007 THIS "LEAVE IT TO BEAVER" STAR TURNED 59 AND PLAYED WILBUR TURNBLAD IN "HAIRSPRAY" JERRY MATHERS
A ROCKIN' BROADWAY MUSICAL ABOUT TEENS SPRING AWAKENING
THIS MAY BE THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN MUSICAL SET IN RUSSIA FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
IN "CURTAINS", IT'S CURTAINS FOR A LEADING LADY WHO ENDS UP DEAD IN THIS NEW ENGLAND CITY DURING A PRE-BROADWAY RUN BOSTON
4 BLUE-COLLAR GUYS WORK THEIR WAY UP FROM THE STREETS OF NEWARK TO THE HEIGHTS OF STARDOM IN THIS 2005 SMASH JERSEY BOYS
WHEN WE FIRST MEET HORACE VANDERGELDER IN "HELLO, DOLLY!", HE'S IN THIS NY CITY AND FEELING A LITTLE "LOST" IN IT YONKERS
THE UNDERGROUND LAIR IN WHICH THE PHANTOM LURKS IS BASED ON FACT; THERE REALLY IS A LAKE BENEATH THIS FAMOUS BUILDING PARIS OPERA HOUSE
IN 1985 NEIL SIMON'S "BILOXI BLUES" PREMIERED ON BROADWAY AT THIS THEATER NEIL SIMON THEATER
CAROL CHANNING LET PEARL BAILEY PLAY THIS PART IN 2 BROADWAY REVIVALS, BUT RETURNED IN 1995 DOLLY
FOR A BALLET OR A BROADWAY PLAY, THIS PERSON CREATES AND ARRANGES THE DANCES CHOREOGRAPHER
THE FRENCH PLAY "THE MADWOMAN OF" THIS PLACE INSPIRED JERRY HERMAN'S MUSICAL "DEAR WORLD" CHAILLOT
THIS COMEDIENNE'S ONE-WOMAN SHOW MADE HER A STAR ON BROADWAY IN 1985 WHOOPI GOLDBERG
THIS ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY ANTHEM WAS WRITTEN FOR THE BROADWAY MUSICAL "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN" THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS
THIS "DIMINUTIVE" EDWARD ALBEE PLAY WAS FIRST PRODUCED ON BROADWAY IN 1964 TINY ALICE
PRIVATE 4-YEAR WOMEN'S COLLEGE LOCATED AT 3009 BROADWAY IN MANHATTAN BARNARD
THIS DANCER & CHOREOGRAPHER TURNED DIRECTOR FOR THE BROADWAY MUSICAL "REDHEAD", WHICH STARRED GWEN VERDON BOB FOSSE
A 1903 BROADWAY MUSICAL VERSION OF "THE WIZARD OF OZ" FEATURED THIS FARM GIRL SINGING ABOUT MILKING COWS DOROTHY
IN A 1941 FILM, HEDY LAMARR STARRED WITH LANA TURNER AND JUDY GARLAND AS 3 YOUNG WOMEN WHO JOIN THESE FABLED BROADWAY "FOLLIES" ZIEGFIELD FOLLIES
THIS MARK TWAIN TALE ABOUT A RICH KID & A POOR KID WHO TRADE PLACES INSPIRED A MUSICAL THAT OPENED OFF BROADWAY IN 2002 THE PRINCE & THE PAUPER
HE WAS A ROMAN ASSASSIN IN 2005'S "JULIUS CAESAR"; IN 2007, HE TAUGHT THE "GREAT DEBATORS" DENZEL WASHINGTON
SHE WAS STILL MRS. TOM CRUISE WHEN SHE ENTERED "THE BLUE ROOM" ON STAGE BACK IN 1998 NICOLE KIDMAN
THIS MAN OF MANY NAMES STARRED IN "A RAISIN IN THE SUN" IN 2004 SEAN COMBS
IN 2003 HE WAS "WOLVERINE" ON SCREEN AND "THE BOY FROM OZ" ON STAGE HUGH JACKMAN
HE STARRED IN "CUBA AND HIS TEDDY BEAR" IN 1986; IN 2000, HE'D DEAL WITH FOCKER ON SCREEN ROBERT DENIRO
AT AGE 13, CHRISTIAN SLATER WAS ON BROADWAY PORTRAYING A YOUTHFUL VERSION OF THIS ARTHURIAN WIZARD MERLIN
THE BRIGHT LIGHTS OF BROADWAY GIVE THE THEATRE DISTRICT THIS NICKNAME THE GREAT WHITE WAY
2 SNUGGLY, CUTE CHARACTERS IN "AVENUE Q" AREN'T CALLED THE "BAD NEWS" THESE, BUT THE "BAD IDEA" THESE BEARS
MANY OF THIS JONATHAN LARSON MUSICAL'S FAMOUS FANS HAVE GONE BACKSTAGE TO ADD THEIR NAMES TO A LONG GRAFFITI WALL RENT
IN 2007 FANTASIA TOOK OVER THE ROLE OF CELIE IN THE MUSICAL BASED ON THIS ALICE WALKER NOVEL THE COLOR PURPLE
"SPRING AWAKENING" IS AN ALT-ROCK MUSICAL BASED ON AN 1891 PLAY THAT FRANK WEDEKIND ORIGINALLY WROTE IN THIS LANGUAGE GERMAN
HUEY LEWIS, HARRY HAMELIN, AND GEORGE HAMILTON HAVE ALL BEEN TAPPED TO PLAY TAP-DANCING LAWYER BILLY FLYNN IN THIS MUSICAL CHICAGO
THE MUSICAL "LES MISERABLES" DEBUTED IN THIS CITY, ITS SETTING PARIS
IN 1940 THIS DUTCH ABSTRACT ARTIST MOVED TO NYC, WHICH INFLUENCED HIS MASTERPIECE "BROADWAY BOOGIE-WOOGIE" PIET MONDRIAN
SHE PLAYED A LADY-IN-WAITING, NOT A FIRST LADY, IN THE BROADWAY MUSICAL "LUTE SONG" NANCY REAGAN
BURGESS MEREDITH RE-CREATED HIS BROADWAY ROLE IN THIS 1936 FILM BASED ON A MAXWELL ANDERSON PLAY WINTERSET
DONNA MEKECHNIE KICKED UP HER HEELS AS CASSIE IN THIS SHOW IN 1975; CHARLOTTE D'AMBOISE RECENTLY PLAYED THE PART A CHORUS LINE
A CHARACTER KNOWN AS "MAN IN CHAIR" PLAYS THE LP OF A 1928 MUSICAL AND VOILA! IT COMES TO LIFE IN THIS "SLEEPY" HIT THE DROWSEY CHAPERONE
HE MADE HIS DEBUT AS KATHERINE HEPBURN'S GRANDSON IN "A MATTER OF GRAVITY" BEFORE FLYING HIGH AS SUPERMAN CHRISTOPHER REEVE
JOELY FISHER MADE HER DEBUT IN 1995 AS RIZZO IN THIS MUSICAL GREASE
HE MADE HIS DEBUT STARRING OPPOSITE NATASHA RICHARDSON IN "ANNA CHRISTIE"; THEY WERE MARRIED SOON AFTER LIAM NEESON
IN 2006 HIS 1935 PLAY, "AWAKE AND SING!" RETURNED TO BROADWAY CLIFFORD ODETS
THE MASK FOR THIS LITTLE HERO OF "THE LION KING" WAS DESIGNED WITHOUT A LOWER JAW, LIKE A ROMAN HELMET SIMBA
ALAN PAUL PLAYED A TEEN ANGEL IN THE ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST OF THIS MUSICAL; FRANKIE AVALON DID IT ON FILM GREASE
IN 1964 LOUIS ARMSTRONG TOPPED THE POP MUSIC CHARTS WITH THIS TITLE SONG FROM A BROADWAY MUSICAL HELLO, DOLLY
THIS AFRICAN-AMERICAN SOPRANO SANG ON BROADWAY AND TV BEFORE HER OPERA STAGE DEBUT IN 1957 LEONTYNE PRICE
"THE COLOR PURPLE" TAKES PLACE IN THIS SOUTHERN STATE AND IT PREMIERED THERE BEFORE IT CAME TO BROADWAY GEORGIA
LAURENCE FISHBURNE PLAYED HENRY II IN THIS "LEONINE" PLAY THE LION IN WINTER
TROUBLED PIANO PLAYER COALHOUSE WALKER IS A CHARACTER IN THIS MUSICAL BASED ON A NOVEL BY E.L. DOCTOROW RAGTIME
FAMED FOR PLAYING FRASIER'S FATHER, THIS ACTOR CAME BACK TO BROADWAY IN 2007, IN "PRELUDE TO A KISS" JOHN MAHONEY
"I DON'T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HIM, WHAT TO DO, HOW TO MOVE HIM" JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
"KISS TODAY GOODBYE AND POINT ME T'WARD TOMORROW, WE DID WHAT WE HAD TO DO" A CHORUS LINE
"HIGH FLYING, ADORED, THAT'S GOOD TO HEAR BUT UNIMPORTANT…LOCAL GIRL MAKES GOOD WEDS FAMOUS MAN" EVITA
"525,600 MINUTES…HOW DO YOU MEASURE, MEASURE A YEAR?" RENT
"THE ACCURACY OF THE DREAMS WE BROTHERS DO NOT KNOW…ONE THING WE ARE SURE ABOUT THE DREAMER HAS TO GO" JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
LIKE A DOOR, A BROADWAY SHOW DOES THESE 2 THINGS OPEN AND CLOSE
THIS COMPOSER'S "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN" PREMIERED ON BROADWAY MAY 16, 1946 IRVING BERLIN
FANTINE, JAVERT, JEAN VALJEAN LES MISERABLES
MRS. POTTS, BELLE, GASTON BEAUTY & THE BEAST
BUSTOPHER JONES, OLD DEUTERONOMY, MISTOFFELEES CATS
VELMA VON TUSSLE, TRACY TURNBLAD, CORNY COLLINS HAIRSPRAY
MEMORIES OF WATERGATE INFUSE THE PLAY INSPIRED BY DAVID FROST'S 1977 INTERVIEW WITH THIS EX-PRESIDENT NIXON
QUIRKY KIDS LIKE WILLIAM MORRIS BARFEE COMPETE IN "THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY" ONE OF THESE CONTESTS SPELLING BEE
WHEN IN NYC, TAKE THE "BEHIND THE EMERALD CURTAIN" TOUR, A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT THIS BEWITCHING MUSICAL WICKED
ANGELA LANSBURY RETURNED TO B'WAY IN 2007 AS A FORMER CHAMPION IN THIS SPORT IN TERRANCE MCNALLY'S "DEUCE" TENNIS
REVIVED IN 2007, IT'S ERIC BOGOSIAN'S PLAY ABOUT AN ACID-TONGUED TALK SHOW HOST TALK RADIO
"GREY GARDENS" IS A MUSICAL ABOUT EDITH BOUVIER BEALE AND "LITTLE EDIE", ECCENTRIC RELATIVES OF THIS FIRST LADY JACQUELINE KENNEDY
THE LADY OF THE LAKE AND THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE SING THE SHOWSTOPPING NUMBER "FIND YOUR GRAIL" IN THIS TONY-WINNING MUSICAL SPAMALOT
"HERE HUGO AGAIN" QUIPPED PLAYBILL WHEN THIS LONG-RUNNING MUSICAL RETURNED TO BROADWAY IN 2006 LES MISERABLES
THIS ACTOR WON THE TONY FOR PLAYING THE PHANTOM MICHAEL CRAWFORD
"THE LADIES WHO LUNCH" LOVE THIS COMPOSER'S "COMPANY", WHICH BEGAN KEEPING COMPANY ON B'WAY AGAIN IN 2006 STEPHEN SONDHEIM
AFTER MAKING A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL IN THIS 1968 FILM, JOHN CASSAVETES GETS A BROADWAY ROLE ROSEMARY'S BABY
THIS DANCE NAMED FOR A CITY BECAME THE RAGE AFTER IT WAS FEATURED IN THE 1923 B'WAY MUSICAL "RUNNIN' WILD" CHARLESTON
IN 1951 HE WAS "THE KING"; GERTRUDE LAWRENCE WAS THE "I" YUL BRYNNER
IN 2002 THIS "NOTES ON A SCANDAL" DAME WENT "INTO THE WOODS" AS GIANT (WELL, HER RECORDED VOICE DID ANYWAY) JUDI DENCH
IN 1968, BEFORE THE FORCE WAS WITH HIM, HE LANDED THE LEAD IN "THE GREAT WHITE HOPE" JAMES EARL JONES
IN "CHICAGO", THIS DANCER IS VELMA'S RIVAL ROXIE
IN 1948 HE WAS DRAFTED TO PLAY "MISTER ROBERTS" HENRY FONDA
THE BROADWAY SHOW "CHARLY" WAS BASED ON THE JOURNALS IN THIS DANIEL KEYES NOVEL FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON
IF YOU KNOW THE NAME FOR A GROUP OF LIONS, YOU CAN GUESS THE NAME OF THIS FAMOUS ROCK IN "THE LION KING" PRIDE ROCK
BRECHT PLAY FEATURING MACK THE KNIFE THE THREEPENNY OPERA
GASTON PLOTS TO KILL THE HULKING, HAIRY HERO OF THIS MUSICAL BEAUTY & THE BEAST
THE SEXIEST MURDERESSES ON B'WAY HAVE BEEN STRUTTING THEIR STUFF IN THIS MUSICAL REVIVAL SINCE 1996 CHICAGO
APPROPRIATELY, "DIRTY ROTTEN NUMBER" IS A SONG IN THIS CON MAN MUSICAL DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL AS MAX & LEO SCHEME TO MAKE THIS GERMAN-THEMED SHOW A FLOP IN "THE PRODUCERS" SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER
BRIAN F. O'BYRNE PLAYED THE PRIEST WHOM CHERRY JONES SUSPECTED OF IMPROPRIETIES IN THIS TONY-WINNING DRAMA DOUBT
THIS STEPHEN SONDHEIM MUSICAL THAT GRACED B'WAY IN 1994 WAS BASED ON THE ITALIAN FILM "PASSIONE D'AMORE" PASSION
HAL PRINCE TOOK HOME TONYS FOR PRODUCING & DIRECTING THIS 1966 JOEL GREY MUSICAL CABARET
THIS 1957 URBAN MUSICAL FEATURED A COLLABORATION OF ROBBINS, BERNSTEIN, AND HAL PRINCE WEST SIDE STORY
IN 1988, HAL PRINCE DIRECTED THIS MUSICAL SET IN 19TH-C. PARIS THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
IN 1962 HAL PRINCE PRODUCED THIS COMEDY WITH CHARACTERS NAMED PSEUDOLUS, ERRONIUS, AND HYSTERIUM A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
HAL PRINCE PRODUCED THIS 1955 MUSICAL ABOUT A BIG WASHINGTON SENATORS FAN DAMN YANKEES
"IMMIGRANT GOES TO AMERICA, MANY HELLOS IN AMERICA; NOBODY KNOWS IN AMERICA, PUERTO RICO'S IN AMERICA!" WEST SIDE STORY
"HE HAD IT COMIN', HE HAD IT COMIN', HE ONLY HAD HIMSELF TO BLAME" CHICAGO
"I CAN SMILE AT THE OLD DAYS, I WAS BEAUTIFUL THEN, I REMEMBER THE TIME I KNEW WHAT HAPPINESS WAS" CATS
"WHATEVER LOLA WANTS, LOLA GETS, AND LITTLE MAN, LITTLE LOLA WANTS YOU" DAMN YANKEES
"ALL I NEED IS ONE MORE TRY, GOTTA GET THAT KITE TO FLY" YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
IT'S NOT EASY FOR THIS "BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" HEROINE TO TRIP THE LIGHT FANTASTIC; HER BALL GOWN WEIGHS MORE THAN 40 POUNDS BELLE
IN 2005 DENZEL WASHINGTON TOOK A STAB AT THIS ROLE IN "JULIUS CAESAR" BRUTUS
"HAIRSPRAY" IS SET IN THIS MARYLAND CITY THAT JOHN WATERS CALLED "THE HAIRDO CAPITAL OF THE WORLD" BALTIMORE
A 2007 TV REALITY SHOW LETS VIEWERS PICK THE NEW SANDY AND DANNY FOR THE REVIVAL OF THIS MUSICAL GREASE
"THE SOUND OF MUSIC" JUST WOULDN'T BE THE SAME WITHOUT THE SOUND OF THIS BROADWAY DUO'S MUSIC AND LYRICS RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN
THE VILLAGE VOICE SPONSERS THE OBIES FOR THESE PRODUCTIONS OFF-BROADWAY
HIS FIRST B'WAY PLAY, "THE MAN WHO HAD ALL THE LUCK", HAD NONE, CLOSING AFTER 4 SHOWS IN 1944; IT WAS FAR FROM HIS LAST PLAY ARTHUR MILLER
THEATERS IN THE DISTRICT NAMED FOR THIS NYC ROAD INCREASED FROM ABOUT 20 IN 1900 TO AN ALL-TIME HIGH OF 80 IN 1925 BROADWAY
"JERSEY BOYS" TELLS THE RAGS-TO-ROCK-TO-RICHES STORY OF THIS LEGENDARY GROUP THE FOUR SEASONS
MUSICAL THAT OPENS WITH THE SONG, "NO ONE MOURNS THE WICKED" WICKED
THIS WOMAN SAYS, "THE COLOR PURPLE" CHANGED HER LIFE; SHE LOVED THE NOVEL, ACTED IN THE FILM, AND IS ONE OF THE PRODUCERS OF THE BROADWAY MUSICAL OPRAH WINFREY
CALLING ALL SWINGERS, YOU'LL GO APE OVER THIS MUSICAL TARZAN
THIS PLAY HAS BEEN A REAL TEASE SINCE 2002 HAIRSPRAY
"A CHORUS LINE" IS "ONE SINGULAR SENSATION" AGAIN ON B'WAY WITH THE MUSIC OF THIS TONY-WINNING COMPOSER MARVIN HAMLISCH
"DANCING QUEEN" IS ONE OF MANY HIT SONGS IN "MAMMA MIA!" THAT WERE ORIGINALLY MADE FAMOUS BY THIS SWEDISH GROUP ABBA
THE MUSICAL ABOUT A FLYING NANNY MARY POPPINS
"WICKED" IS BASED ON A MODERN NOVEL INSPIRED BY THIS CLASSIC THE WIZARD OF OZ
THIS MUSICAL ABOUT 18 DANCERS TRYING OUT FOR 8 SPOTS IN A BROADWAY SHOW ENDED ITS ORIGINAL 15-YEAR BROADWAY RUN IN 1990 A CHORUS LINE
JANE SINGS "WAITING FOR THIS MOMENT" IN THIS SWINGING DISNEY MUSICAL THAT OPENED ON BROADWAY IN 2006 TARZAN
IN 1966 THIS EX-WIFE OF LAURENCE OLIVIER APPEARED ON BROADWAY FOR THE LAST TIME, AS JOHN GIELGUD'S WIFE IN "IVANOV" VIVIAN LEIGH
THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS AND AFTER HER DEATH IN 1984, HER ASHES MADE A FINAL APPEARANCE ON BROADWAY ETHEL MERMAN
"SPAMALOT" TAKES PLACE IN THE YEAR 932 A.D. IN THIS COUNTRY ENGLAND
THE PIAZZA WHERE THE YOUNG LOVERS MEET IN "THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA" IS IN THIS ROMANTIC CITY ON THE ARNO FLORENCE
"BEAUTY & THE BEAST" TAKES PLACE IN AND AROUND A QUIET PROVINCIAL VILLAGE IN THIS COUNTRY FRANCE
LIKE "THE MUSIC MAN", "THE PAJAMA GAME" TAKES PLACE IN THIS U.S. STATE IOWA
COME & SIT FOR A SPELL AT "THE 25TH ANNUAL" SPELLING BEE IN THIS TITLE COUNTY PUTNAM
IT WAS TEMPTING TO GO SHOELESS TO THE 2006 REVIVAL OF THIS NEIL SIMON COMEDY ABOUT NEWLYWEDS BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
A REAL ACCIDENT AT THE PARIS OPERA HOUSE IN 1896 INSPIRED THE FAMOUS FALLING CHANDELIER IN THIS MUSICAL THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
THERE ARE GORY GOINGS-ON IN "THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE", A BLACK COMEDY SET IN THIS COUNTRY'S ARAN ISLANDS IRELAND
HARRY CONNICK, JR. DONNED SLEEPWEAR FOR THE 2006 REVIVAL OF THIS HIT MUSICAL THE PAJAMA GAME
WHEN NYC WAS A DUTCH SETTLEMENT, THIS STREET GOT ITS NAME BECAUSE IT WAS A WIDE THOROUGHFARE FOR WAGONS BROADWAY
TONY DANZA'S ROLE OF ROCKY IN THIS MAN'S "THE ICEMAN COMETH" IN 1999 WON HIM SOME BROADWAY RAVES EUGENE O'NEILL
IN "SOUTH PACIFIC" NELLIE FORBUSH SINGS THAT SHE'S "A COCK-EYED" ONE OF THESE AN OPTIMIST
THIS SONG FROM "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" BEGINS, "IS THIS THE LITTLE GIRL I CARRIED? IS THIS THE LITTLE BOY AT PLAY?" SUNRISE, SUNSET
"ISN'T IT RICH? ARE WE A PAIR? ME HERE AT LAST ON THE GROUND, YOU IN MID-AIR" SEND IN THE CLOWNS
"CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN, FORD EV'RY STREAM, FOLLOW EV'RY RAINBOW, TILL YOU FIND" THIS YOUR DREAM
"GETTING TO KNOW YOU, PUTTING IT MY WAY, BUT NICELY, YOU ARE PRECISELY" THIS MY CUP OF TEA
"RED LIGHT WINTER" CENTERS ON A LOVE TRIANGLE THAT BEGINS IN THE FAMOUS RED LIGHT DISTRICT OF THIS EUROPEAN CITY AMSTERDAM
WE'D LIKE TO "ENLIGHTEN" YOU ABOUT THE MUSICAL "SIDD"; IT'S BASED ON THIS NOVEL SIDDHARTHA
A NAUGHTY 18TH-C. NOVEL ORIGINALLY TITLED "MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE" INSPIRED THE 2006 MUSICAL NAMED FOR HER FANNY HILL
IN 2006 THE CAST OF THIS LONG-RUNNING HIT EMBARKED ON AN EXUBERANT & NOISY CAMPAIGN TO CLEAN UP NYC STOMP
THIS OPERA COMPANY'S HOME WAS ORIGINALLY ON BROADWAY AT 39TH ST.; IT MOVED TO LINCOLN CENTER IN 1966 METROPOLITAN OPERA
NEIL SIMON'S BROTHER DANNY ROOMED WITH A FRIEND AFTER A DIVORCE, INSPIRING A BROADWAY HIT AND THIS SITCOM THE ODD COUPLE
WHEN TOM HEWITT PLAYED THIS VAMPIRE IN A 2004 MUSICAL, HE HAD TO GET OVER A BIG FEAR; NOT OF GARLIC, BUT OF FLYING DRACULA
SOME OF THE REVELLERS ARE REAL DUMMIES IN THE "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" SCENE SET AT THIS 10-LETTER TYPE OF PARTY MASQUERADE
ACCORDING TO HER DAUGHTER, MARLENE DIETRICH SECRETLY ROMANCED THIS MAN BETWEEN MATINEES & EVENING SHOWS OF "THE KING & I" YUL BRYNNER
BROADWAY BUFFS KNOW THAT THEATERS ALWAYS KEEP THIS SPECTRAL ILLUMINATION BURNING GHOST LIGHT
HE WALKED OPRAH WINFREY TO THE OPENING OF "THE COLOR PURPLE" DAVID LETTERMAN
"TALE AS OLD AS TIME/TRUE AS IT CAN BE…" BEAUTY & THE BEAST
"BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY" IS A FOUR SEASONS' HIT FROM THIS MUSICAL THE JERSEY BOYS
THE CREATORS OF "SPAMALOT" PROUDLY PROCLAIM THAT IT IS "LOVINGLY RIPPED OFF" FROM THIS BE-KNIGHTED BRITISH FILM MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL
IN 2000 SHE RETURNED TO BROADWAY TO AGAIN "SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE" LILY TOMLIN
FRANCES FARMER HAD A DISASTROUS AFFAIR WITH THIS PLAYWRIGHT WHILE APPEARING ON BROADWAY IN HIS PLAY "GOLDEN BOY" CLIFFORD ODETS
IN 2004 HE WON AN OSCAR FOR "MYSTIC RIVER" AND APPEARED OFF-BROADWAY IN HIS OWN PLAY "EMBEDDED" TIM ROBBINS
SHE WAS 13 WHEN SHE BECAME BROADWAY'S ORIGINAL "ANNIE" IN 1977 ANDREA MCARDLE
"IMAGINE" 9 DIFFERENT ACTORS PLAYING THIS MAN AND SINGING HIS SONGS AND YOU'VE GOT THE 2005 MUSICAL NAMED FOR HIM LENNON
THIS "FRASIER" CO-STAR APPEARED KNIGHTLY AS SIR ROBIN IN "MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT" DAVID HYDE PIERCE
"THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA" FEATURES A TONY-WINNING SCORE BY ADAM GUETTEL, GRANDSON OF THIS "CAROUSEL" COMPOSER RICHARD RODGERS
ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER'S NEW MUSICAL IS CALLED "THE WOMAN IN WHITE" AND IS BASED ON A 19TH-C. NOVEL BY THIS AUTHOR OF "THE MOONSTONE" WILKIE COLLINS
ALBIN SINGS "A LITTLE MORE MASCARA" WHILE TRANSFORMING HIMSELF INTO ZAZA IN THIS JERRY HERMAN MUSICAL LA CAGE AUX FOLIES
IN 1996 HE WAS "LIVIN'S LA VIDA LOCA" ON BROADWAY, PLAYING MARIUS IN "LES MISERABLES" RICKY MARTIN
THIS TROUBLED CHARACTER IN "AVENUE Q" HAS THE SAME NAME AS AN IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITY PRINCETON
JULIE TAYMOR AND MICHAEL CURRY DESIGNED PUPPETS LIKE ZAZU FOR THIS 1998 TONY-WINNING MUSICAL THE LION KING
RAFREAKY THE BABOON AND A 30-YEAR-OLD ANNIE HAVE APPEARED IN THIS NYC THEATER SPOOF THAT DEBUTED IN 1982 FORBIDDEN BROADWAY
THESE CARAMEL CANDIES DEBUTED IN 1935, LONG BEFORE ANN MILLER'S BROADWAY MUSICAL OF THE SAME NAME SUGAR BABIES
"45 SECONDS FROM BROADWAY" IS A PLAY BY THIS MAN NEIL SIMON
THE TITLE OF A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS FILM, REFERS TO MACY'S LOCATION ON HERALD SQUARE AT THE INTERSECTION OF BROADWAY AND THIS STREET 34TH
THE TIMES SQUARE SUBWAY STATION IS BETWEEN BROADWAY AND 7TH AVENUE ON THIS ROAD, ALSO THE NAME OF A HIT BROADWAY MUSICAL 42ND ST
THURBER JOINED THE CAST AS HIMSELF FOR 88 PERFORMANCES OF THE BROADWAY PLAY "A THURBER" THIS CARNIVAL
THE VERDICT IS IN : A DOZEN UNNAMED & NOTABLY INDIGNANT JURORS GAVE THIS DRAMA ITS TITLE 12 ANGRY MEN
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA CALLS CHRISTINE A LITTLE VIPER WHEN SHE DOES THIS TO HIM IN HIS UNDERGROUND LAIR SHE UNMASKS HIM
A FLAME DEVICE THAT USES LIQUID BUTANE IS PART OF THIS "BEAUTY & THE BEAST" CHARACTER'S COSTUME LUMIERE
THIS MUSICAL FEATURES VAUDEVILLE CUTIE BABY JUNE, WHO, IN REAL LIFE, GREW UP TO BE ACTRESS JUNE HAVOC GYPSY
THE NAME "ELPHABA", THE LEADING CHARACTER IN "WICKED", IS DERIVED FROM THE INITIALS OF THIS FAMOUS AUTHOR L. FRANK BAUM
HALF A CENTURY AGO, THIS "60 MINUTES" ICON WAS STARRING ON BROADWAY IN THE 1954 COMEDY "RECLINING FIGURE" MIKE WALLACE
THIS STAR OF "WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY" HAD TO LEARN SOME NEW LINES TO PLAY BILLY FLYNN IN "CHICAGO" IN 2004 WAYNE BRADY
TIM CURRY AND DAVID HYDE PIERCE STARRED IN THIS MONTY PYTHON INSPIRED SHOW SPAMALOT
AN OFF-BROADWAY HIT IN 1987 AND THEN A FILM, THIS PLAY SET IN A LOUISIANA BEAUTY PARLOR FINALLY BLOSSOMED ON BROADWAY IN 2005 STEEL MAGNOLIAS
IN THE B'WAY HIT "AVENUE Q", NICKY SINGS ABOUT THIS GERMAN WORD THAT MEANS HAPPINESS AT THE MISFORTUNE OF OTHERS SCHADENFREUDE
HIS FIRST PLAY WAS "THE ZOO STORY" EDWARD ALBEE
"WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?" WAS WRITTEN BY … EDWARD ALBEE
MORE THAN 2,000 YEARS AFTER THIS ARISTOPHANES COMEDY DEBUTED IN ATHENS, A MUSICAL VERSION HOPPED ONTO BROADWAY THE FROGS
SHUBERT ALLEY IS THE SETTING FOR BOTH THE OPENING AND CLOSING SCENES OF THIS SMASH HIT THAT DEBUTED IN 2001 THE PRODUCERS
THE CAST OF "WICKED" SINGS ABOUT SPENDING ONE SHORT DAY IN THIS PLACE, A MAJOR METROPOLIS IN THE LAND OF OZ THE EMERALD CITY
ACT 1, SCENE 1, OF THIS SONDHEIM MUSICAL INTRODUCES US TO "NIPPON : THE FLOATING KINGDOM" PACIFIC OVERTURES
BROADWAY MUSICAL ABOUT CHARLEMAGNE'S SON PIPPIN
THE CARNEGIE DELI IS THE LOCATION WHERE SEVERAL COMICS REMEMBER THIS DISMAL FAILURE OF A MANAGER IN A 1984 MOVIE BROADWAY DANNY ROSE
COSTUME DESIGNERS WIN AWARDS NAMED FOR IRENE SHARAFF, WHO DESIGNED JET & SHARK COSTUMES FOR THIS 1957 MUSICAL WEST SIDE STORY
PAUL HUNTLEY IS B'WAY'S MASTER OF THESE; YOU MIGHT FLIP YOURS OVER THE ONES HE DESIGNED FOR "HAIRSPRAY" WIGS
THE NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE IS A FINE EXAMPLE OF THIS ART STYLE THAT FEATURES VINES, FLOWERS, AND FLOWING HAIR ART NOUVEAU
PETER FOY REVOLUTIONIZED STAGE FLYING WITH THE "INTER-RELATED PENDULUM" HE DESIGNED FOR THIS 1954 MUSICAL PETER PAN
THE DRAMA BOOK SHOP MOVED FROM THIS SQUARE TO W.40TH ST. IN 2001 TIMES SQUARE
THESE PROGRAMS HAVE BEEN GIVEN OUT IN BROADWAY THEATERS SINCE 1884 PLAYBILL
IN 2004 ALFRED MOLINA STARRED IN THE FOURTH BROADWAY REVIVAL OF THIS MUSICAL FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
ON A BROADWAY MUSICAL'S OPENING NIGHT, THE GYPSY ROBE IS PRESENTED TO A CHORUS MEMBER BY THIS ACTOR'S UNION EQUITY
BROADWAY'S LIGHTS ARE DIMMED TO HONOR LATE, GREAT LUMINARIES, SUCH AS THIS LYRICIST PARTNER OF JOHN KANDER FRED EBB
THIS SINGER WHO'S THE VOICE OF TV'S "KIM POSSIBLE", WAS THE BEAUTY IN "BEAUTY & THE BEAST" IN 2004 CHRISTY CARLSON ROMANO
R&B SENSATION DEBORAH A. COX REIGNED ON BROADWAY IN 2004 AS THIS TITLE AFRICAN PRINCESS AIDA
A BROADWAY ACTRESS FOR DECADES, SHE ALSO PLAYED "WEEZIE" ON "THE JEFFERSONS" ISABEL SANFORD
WALTER WINCHELL & GEORGE M. COHAN HAVE EACH BEEN CALLED THE "KING" OF THIS THOROUGHFARE BROADWAY
FITTINGLY, O.J. GUDE, WHO DESIGNED MANY TIMES SQUARE ELECTRIC SIGNS, COINED THIS TERM FOR BROADWAY THE GREAT WHITE WAY
THE FIRST ACT OF THIS EVER-POPULAR MUSICAL ENDS WITH A RESOUDING CRASH THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
HIS NOVEL ABOUT THE EARLY YEARS OF THE WITCHES OF OZ INSPIRED "WICKED" GREGORY MAGUIRE
SHE WAS THE FIRST WOMAN TO WIN A TONY FOR BEST DIRECTOR OF A MUSICAL WHEN SHE WON IN 1998 FOR "THE LION KING" JULIE TAYMOR
IN "THE PRODUCERS" ZERO MOSTEL PLAYED THIS MAN ON FILM; NATHAN LANE AND BRAD OSCAR HAVE PLAYED HIM ON BROADWAY MAX BIALYSTOCK
THIS DAIRYMAN PONDERS WHAT IT WOULD BE LIKE "IF I WERE A RICH MAN" TEVYE
THIS INSPECTOR RELENTLESSLY PURSUES LE MISERABLE JEAN VALJEAN JAVERT
THIS "BEAUTY & THE BEAST" CHARACTER IS AN ENCHANTED CANDLESTICK PLAYED BY PETER FLYNN LUMIERE
MARTIN DYSART PSYCHOANALYZES A BOY WHO'S BEEN RE-CREATING THE CENTAUR MYTH IN THIS DRAMA EQUUS
DON QUIXOTE, THE "MAN OF LA MANCHA", WORSHIPS HER AS "DUNCINEA" ALDONZA
IT'S A MEMORABLE MOMENT IN "THE LION KING" WHEN THIS BABY LION CUB IS PRESENTED TO THE WORLD ATOP PRIDE ROCK. SIMBA
EDDIE FISHER HAD A BIT ROLE AS A STAGE MANAGER IN THIS BETTE DAVIS FILM ABOUT A BROADWAY STAR AND HER YOUNG RIVAL ALL ABOUT EVE
THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG" OPENED OFF-BROADWAY IN 1992 WENDY WASSERSTEIN
IN 1985 THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "REQUEIM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT" CAME TO BROADWAY STARRING JOHN LITHGOW ROD SERLING
IN 1948 HE HAD 3 PLAYS ON BROADWAY: "JOHN BULL'S OTHER ISLAND", "YOU NEVER CAN TELL", AND "MAN & SUPERMAN" GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
MARILYN McCOO SANG THE CLASSIC SONG "BILL" WHEN SHE MADE HER BROADWAY DEBUT AS JULIE IN THIS REVIVAL IN 1995 SHOW BOAT
THIS "DRIVING MISS DAISY" STAR WAS THE ORIGINAL BLANCHE DUBOIS IN "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" ON BROADWAY JESSICA TANDY
IN 1996 SARAH JESSICA PARKER JOINED MATTHEW BRODERICK IN THE CAST OF THIS HIT MUSICAL HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
THE ORIGINAL ANITA IN BROADWAY'S "WEST SIDE STORY", SHE LATER TURNED INTO A "SPIDER WOMAN" CHITA RIVERA
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS BROKE ONTO BROADWAY IN 1945 WITH THIS PLAY WITH A "BREAKABLE" TITLE THE GLASS MENAGERIE
IN 1988 THIS DAVID HENRY HWANG PLAY DEBUTED ON BROADWAY M. BUTTERFLY
HER 1984 ONE-WOMAN SHOW MADE HER A BROADWAY STAR AND SHE'S GIVEN US "COMIC RELIEF" EVER SINCE WHOOPI GOLDBERG
EDDIE RICKENBACKER SCATTERED THIS "GUYS & DOLLS" AUTHOR'S ASHES OVER BROADWAY DAMON RUNYON
A 1996 PRODUCTION OF "BURIED CHILD" MARKED THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S FIRST BROADWAY SHOW AFTER 3 DECADES IN THE THEATER SAM SHEPARD
HE PLAYED MALCOLM X IN "WHEN THE CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST" ON BROADWAY AND IN A 1992 FILM DENZEL WASHINGTON
LEN CARIOU, BROADWAY'S ORIGINAL SWEENEY TODD, PLAYS THIS AUTHOR IN THE ONE-MAN SHOW "PAPA" ERNEST HEMINGWAY
GARBO SPOKE THE IMMORTAL WORDS "I WANT TO BE ALONE" IN THIS 1932 FILM THAT BECAME A 1989 BROADWAY MUSICAL GRAND HOTEL
HIS PLAY "BUS STOP" WAS REVIVED ON BROADWAY IN 1996 INGE
ALTHOUGH HIS 1975 PLAY "SEASCAPE" HAD ONLY A BRIEF BROADWAY RUN, IT WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA EDWARD ALBEE
BROADWAY COMPOSER WHOSE WEBSITE NAME IS "REALLY USEFUL" ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER
MIKE NICHOLS DIRECTED THE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION OF THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "PLAZA SUITE" NEIL SIMON
IN 1995 SHE REPRISED HER ROLE OF VICTOR/VICTORIA FOR THE B'WAY STAGE JULIE ANDREWS
THE PLAY "LITTLE JOHNNY JONES" INTRODUCED HIS "GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY" GEORGE M. COHAN
FOR 15 YEARS, 1946-1961, THIS SHOW SET IN INDIAN TERRITORY WAS BROADWAY'S LONGEST-RUNNING MUSICAL OKLAHOMA!
HE PLAYED JIMMY SHINE ON B'WAY IN 1968, THE YEAR AFTER HE PLAYED "THE GRADUATE" ON FILM DUSTIN HOFFMAN
MUSICAL BASED ON A NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS BOOK ZORBA THE GREEK
BASED ON THE FILM "THE APARTMENT", THIS BURT BACHARACH-HAL DAVID MUSICAL OPENED IN 1968 PROMISES, PROMISES
"IN SHORT, THERE'S SIMPLY NOT, A MORE CONGENIAL SPOT FOR HAPPILY EVER AFTERING THAN HERE IN" THIS PLACE CAMELOT
IN A JERRY HERMAN SONG, THIS WOMAN'S NAME FOLLOWS "YOU CHARM THE HUSK RIGHT OFF THE CORN" MAME
"TRACK DOWN THIS MURDERER" IS SUNG NEAR THE END OF THIS ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER MUSICAL THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
IN A SONG FROM "OKLAHOMA!", THIS TITLE LINE FOLLOWS, "SWEETHEART, THEY'RE SUSPECTING THINGS" PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE
THE 2 MEN WHO WROTE THE LYRICS FOR THE SONGS IN "WEST SIDE STORY" SONDHEIM & BERNSTEIN
IN THIS 1936 FILM, HUMPHREY BOGART RECREATED HIS BROADWAY ROLE AS GANGSTER DUKE MANTEE THE PETRIFIED FOREST
THIS RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN MUSICAL OPENED ON BROADWAY ON "SOME ENCHANTED EVENING" IN 1949 SOUTH PACIFIC
THEATRE WORLD SAID THIS 1960 MUSICAL ABOUT KING ARTHUR "COULDN'T TOUCH 'MY FAIR LADY'" CAMELOT
DIANE KEATON PLAYED A WAITRESS AND A PARENT IN THIS "AMERICAN TRIBAL-LOVE ROCK MUSICAL" HAIR
THIS MUSICAL WITH ROBERT MORSE OPENED IN 1961 AND CLOSED IN 1965 AFTER 1,415 PERFORMANCES HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
"SLAUGHTER ON …" THIS AVENUE BY BALANCHINE WENT FROM BROADWAY TO THE NYC BALLET REPERTORY 10TH AVENUE
THE ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST OF THIS PLAY INCLUDED WALTER MATTHAU AND ART CARNEY THE ODD COUPLE
DOGPATCH IS ALMOST HIT BY AN ATOM BOMB IN THIS 1956 MUSICAL L'IL ABNER
THE MUSICAL "FIVE GUYS NAMED" THIS WAS INSPIRED BY JAZZMAN LOUIS JORDAN, NOT BY THE THREE STOOGES MOE
"UN VIOLON SUR LE TOIT" WAS A FRENCH VERSION OF THIS BROADWAY SMASH FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
MICHAEL J. POLLARD PLAYED TEENAGER HUGO PEABODY IN THIS MUSICAL ABOUT A ROCK STAR WHO GETS DRAFTED BYE BYE BIRDIE
MAC DAVIS HAD TO LEARN TO TWIRL A ROPE BEFORE HE TOOK OVER THE ROLE OF THIS COWBOY HUMORIST IN 1992 WILL ROGERS
LOTS OF PEOPLE TOOK TAXIS TO SEE THIS "TAXI" STAR IN "CONVERSATIONS WITH MY FATHER" JUDD HIRSCH
"SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION" WAS INSPIRED BY A MAN WHO PASSED HIMSELF OFF AS THIS ACTOR'S SON SIDNEY POITIER
IN 1991 CYD CHARISSE MADE HER BROADWAY DEBUT AS THE BALLERINA IN THIS MUSICAL SET IN GERMANY GRAND HOTEL
SHE WAS NOMINATED FOR A 1962 TONY FOR HER BROADWAY MUSICAL DEBUT IN "I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE" BARBRA STREISAND
SHE WAS 80 WHEN THE BROADWAY MUSICAL ABOUT HER PREMIERED IN 1969 COCO CHANEL
"CHICKS AND DUCKS AND GEESE BETTER SCURRY WHEN I TAKE YOU OUT IN" THIS THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP
THIS SONG FROM "THE MUSIC MAN" SAYS, "THERE WERE BELLS ON THE HILL, BUT I NEVER HEARD THEM RINGING" TIL THERE WAS YOU
IT BEGINS, "ISN'T IT RICH? ARE WE A PAIR? ME HERE AT LAST ON THE GROUND, YOU IN MID-AIR" SEND IN THE CLOWNS
"EVERYONE IS BEAUTIFUL AT THE BALLET/ EVERY PRINCE HAS GOT TO HAVE HIS SWAN/ YES, EVERYONE… A CHORUS LINE
THE OBIE AWARDS FOR OFF-BROADWAY THEATRE ARE SPONSORED BY THIS WEEKLY NEW YORK PAPER THE VILLAGE VOICE
AS THE WITCH, PHYLICIA RASHAD WENT "INTO THE WOODS" ON BROADWAY TO SING THIS COMPOSER'S DITTIES STEPHEN SONDHEIM
THE ORIGINAL CAST ALBUM OF THIS BROADWAY MUSICAL FEATURES A ROSE & A MASK ON THE COVER THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
THIS SONG FROM "THE SOUND OF MUSIC" ENDS WITH "BLESS MY HOMELAND FOREVER" EDELWEISS
"IT'S SURELY NOT HIS BRAIN THAT MAKES ME THRILL, I LOVE HIM BECAUSE HE'S JUST" THIS MAN MY BILL
IRVING BERLIN'S 1946 BROADWAY HIT, IT FEATURED THE SONGS "THE GIRL THAT I MARRY" AND "I'M AN INDIAN TOO!" ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
THIS PRODUCER OF "HELLO, DOLLY!" HAS BEEN CALLED "THE BARNUM OF BROADWAY PRODUCERS" DAVID MERRICK
BRANDO'S BRAVURA PERFORMANCE IN THIS BRUTISH ROLE MADE HIM A BROADWAY STAR IN 1947 STANLEY KOWALSKI
GREAT BROADWAY COMPOSER WHO WROTE THE MUSIC FOR THE DOCUMENTARY SERIES "VICTORY AT SEA" RICHARD RODGERS
HE'S THE ONLY SONGWRITER TO HAVE BROADWAY PREMIERES IN EVERY DECADE FROM THE '50S TO THE PRESENT: HIS FIRST WAS IN 1957 STEPHEN SONDHEIM
THE ORIGINAL 1994 B'WAY CAST OF THIS MUSICAL BASED ON A FILM FEATURED ALAN OPPENHEIMER AS CECIL B. DEMILLE SUNSET BOULEVARD
IN 2006, THIS SHOW BASED ON A 1911 WORK, BECAME THE LONGEST-RUNNING SHOW IN BROADWAY HISTORY (2006) THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
"NO MATTER HOW HOPELESS, NO MATTER HOW FAR, TO FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT WITHOUT QUESTION" IS FROM THIS SHOW MAN OF LA MANCHA
THE ONLY OSCAR WINNER ALSO TO WIN A NOBEL PRIZE, THIS EUROPEAN WON A 1938 OSCAR FOR ADAPTING HIS OWN PLAY GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
THIS TONY-WINNING ACTOR WITH THE REAL NAME JOSEPH, TOOK PART OF HIS STAGE NAME FROM A ROLE IN "GUYS AND DOLLS" NATHAN LANE
IN 1949 THIS SHAKESPEARE-BASED SHOW WON THE 1ST TONY FOR BEST MUSICAL; IN 2000 IT WON FOR BEST MUSICAL REVIVAL KISS ME, KATE
1960 MUSICAL THAT CONTAINS THE LINE: "YOUR TABLE IS CRACKING…CAN YOU HEAR THE TIMBERS SPLIT?" CAMELOT
THE LONDON THEATRE'S EQUIVALENT OF BROADWAY'S TONY AWARDS ARE NAMED FOR HIM SIR LAURENCE OLIVIER
THE 1961 COMEDY "COME BLOW YOUR HORN" WAS HIS 1ST BROADWAY PLAY NEIL SIMON
"WHATEVER LOLA WANTS, LOLA GETS…" DAMN YANKEES
1968 MUSICAL THAT FEATURED "45 MINUTES FROM BROADWAY", "YANKEE DOODLE DANDY", AND "HARRIGAN" GEORGE M!
AUDREY HEPBURN, NOT LESLIE CARON, WAS THE 1ST TO PLAY THIS COLETTE HEROINE ON BROADWAY GIGI
THIS PRESIDENT, BORN JUST OFF BROADWAY, WAS THE SUBJECT OF THE BROADWAY MUSICAL "TEDDY AND ALICE" THEODORE ROOSEVELT
MILWAUKEE NATIVE WHO MET HIS BRITISH-BORN WIFE, LYNN FONTANNE, IN 1917 ON BROADWAY ALFRED LUNT
IN 1935, A YOUNG VINCENT PRICE PLAYED THIS ROYAL ROLE ON BROADWAY IN "VICTORIA REGINA" PRINCE ALBERT
HE WAS GERALDINE PAGE'S SWEETIE IN BOTH THE BROADWAY AND FILM VERSIONS OF "SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH" PAUL NEWMAN
HE DIRECTED HIMSELF IN THE NATIONAL TOUR OF "CAMELOT" IN 1986, 19 YEARS AFTER STARRING IN THE FILM RICHARD HARRIS
THIS LITTLE GIRL PLAYED "THE LITTLE COLONEL", "LITTLE MISS BROADWAY", AND "LITTLE MISS MARKER" SHIRLEY TEMPLE
GERALDINE PAGE'S LAST BROADWAY ROLE WAS THE HAPPY MEDIUM IN THIS NOEL COWARD PLAY BLITHE SPIRIT
LATER MADE INTO A MOVIE, THIS OFF-BROADWAY PLAY BY BETH HENLEY WON A PULITZER PRIZE CRIMES OF THE HEART
SIDNEY POITIER CO-STARRED IN THIS 1959 DRAMA, THE 1ST PLAY BY A BLACK WOMAN PRODUCED ON BROADWAY A RAISIN IN THE SUN
IN THIS SHOW, THE HERO SELLS HIS SOUL TO THE DEVIL SO THE WASHINGTON SENATORS CAN WIN THE PENNANT DAMN YANKEES
"1776" CLIMAXES WITH THIS HISTORICAL EVENT SIGNING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
FLORENZ ZIEGFELD WAS THE ORIGINAL PRODUCER OF THIS 1927 MUSICAL, WHICH FEATURED THE FOLLOWING: "FISH GOTTA' SWIM, BIRDS GOTTA' FLY…" SHOW BOAT
MRS. ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER, SHE STARRED ON BROADWAY IN "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" SARAH BRIGHTMAN
"LITTLE JOHNNY JONES" WAS THE FIRST PLAY HE WROTE EXPRESSLY FOR BROADWAY, NOT FOR VAUDEVILLE GEORGE M. COHAN
THIS "FELINE" STARRED ON BROADWAY IN "TIMBUKTU", A BLACK VERSION OF "KISMET" EARTHA KITT
REX HARRISON'S "FAIR LADY" AND BURTON'S "GUINEVERE" JULIE ANDREWS
1931'S "THE BAND WAGON" WAS THE LAST TIME THIS BROTHER & SISTER SHARED THE DANCING SPOTLIGHT ASTAIRES
MUSICAL IN WHICH LESTER BILLIS WAS NELLIE FORBUSH'S "HONEY BUN" SOUTH PACIFIC
REJECTED AS A MOVIE SCRIPT, BROADWAY LOVED THIS FRAGILE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' DRAMA THE GLASS MENAGERIE
SHE WAS "THE MIRACLE WORKER" FOR PATTY DUKE'S HELEN KELLER ANNE BANCROFT
LERNER & LOEWE'S "ONE BRIEF SHINING MOMENT" WHICH RAN FROM 1960-1963 CAMELOT
HIS 1ST STAGE HIT WAS "I REMEMBER MAMA" BUT HE'S BETTER REMEMBERED FOR SHOUTING "STELLA!" BRANDO
WINNER OF TONY & OSCAR FOR ROYAL ROLE HE'S BEEN IDENTIFIED WITH SINCE 1951 YUL BRYNNER
ROGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN'S "AWAY WE GO" RAN A RECORD-BREAKING 2,248 PERFORMANCES UNDER THIS NEW NAME OKLAHOMA!
"THE AVENUE WE'RE TAKEN TO" IN THIS LONG-RUNNING TOE-TAPPER 42ND STREET
NICKNAME OF THE AMERICAN THEATRE WING'S ANTOINETTE PERRY AWARD TONY
2-TIME ACADEMY AWARD WINNER WHO REPRISED "LITTLE FOXES" IN 1980 ELIZABETH TAYLOR
BROADWAY HIT THAT TAKES FELLINI FILM A 1/2 STEP FURTHER NINE
THIS SWEDISH DRAMATIST DREW CHARGES OF BLASPHEMY FOR HIS 1884 COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES "MARRIED" STRINDBERG
FRANCE'S GREATEST COMIC DRAMATIST MOLIERE
THIS DUBLIN-BORN DRAMATIST WON A NOBEL PRIZE IN 1925 SHAW
"DE PROFUNDIS" WAS A LETTER HE WROTE WHILE IN READING GAOL TO LORD ALFRED DOUGLAS, WITH WHOM HE'D HAD AN AFFAIR OSCAR WILDE
THE ONLY KNOWN SURVIVING EXAMPLE OF HIS HANDWRITING IS HIS SIGNATURE ON A 1585 WILL; HIS NAME AS WRITTEN WAS MARLEY CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
A YEAR AFTER HE WROTE "CANDIDA" HE BECAME A DRAMA CRITIC FOR THE SATURDAY REVIEW, A JOB HE HELD FOR 3 1/2 YEARS GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ACTED IN ONE OF THIS "TO CELIA" POET'S FIRST PLAYS, "EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMOUR" BEN JONSON
HIS 1697 TRAGEDY "THE MOURNING BRIDE" CONTAINS THE WELL-KNOWN LINE "MUSIC HAS CHARMS TO SOOTHE A SAVAGE BREAST" WILLIAM CONGREVE
IN A WORK BY THIS DRAMATIST, TREPLIOV KILLS A SEA GULL, THE SYMBOL OF HIS BROKEN DREAMS CHEKHOV
BRITANNICA SAYS THAT IN HIS TIME, AFTER SHAW AND SHAKESPEARE, THIS DRAMATIST WAS THE MOST TRANSLATED AND PRODUCED O'NEILL
THIS "BETRAYAL" DRAMATIST ADAPTED JOHN FOWLES' NOVEL "THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT'S WOMAN" FOR THE SCREEN HAROLD PINTER
IN 1935 THIS DRAMATIST STOPPED "WAITING FOR LEFTY" AND IN 1937 MARRIED ACTRESS LUISE RAINER CLIFFORD ODETS
"THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA" DRAMATIST SHAW
HIS TRILOGY, "MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA", IS BASED ON AESCHYLUS' "ORESTEIA" O'NEILL
THIS "SAINT JOAN" PLAYWRIGHT USED THE PSEUDONYM CORNO DE BASSETTO WHEN HE WROTE MUSIC CRITICISM SHAW
PEOPLE TURN INTO RHINOCEROSES IN AN ALLEGORICAL PLAY BY THIS ABSURD DRAMATIST IONESCO
SWEDISH DRAMATIST STRINDBERG
NORWEGIAN DRAMATIST IBSEN
THE PLAYS OF FRANZ GRILLPARZER, CALLED THIS COUNTRY'S GREATEST DRAMATIST, INCLUDE "FAMILY STRIFE IN HAPSBURG" AUSTRIA
BECKETT IS A MAJOR DRAMATIST OF THE "THEATER OF" THIS, WHICH PORTRAYS A BEWILDERED AND ANXIOUS HUMANITY THE ABSURD
THIS ANCIENT DRAMATIST IS KNOWN FOR HIS INNOVATIVE USE OF A SECOND ACTOR IN HIS PLAYS AESCHYLUS
A COMEDIC DRAMATIST: 445-385 B.C. ARISTOPHANES
ELIZABETHAN DRAMATIST WHO WROTE "THE ALCHEMIST" BEN JONSON
FOR PLAYING CHUCK YEAGER IN "THE RIGHT STUFF", THIS DRAMATIST GOT AN OSCAR NOMINATION AS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR SAM SHEPARD
MANY OF HIS PLAYS ARE SET IN CHICAGO, INCLUDING "AMERICAN BUFFALO" AND "GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS" DAVID MAMET
HIS FIRST MAJOR WORK, "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM" RECIEVED A 1985 NY DRAMA CRITIC'S CIRCLE AWARD FOR BEST PLAY AUGUST WILSON
1953 WAS HIS YEAR; HE WON BOTH THE NY DRAMA CRITICS' CIRCLE AWARD AND THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR "PICNIC" WILLIAM INGE
UNTIL THIS WWI DRAMA "WHAT PRICE GLORY" WAS PRODUCED IN NYC IN 1924, HE WAS A JOURNALIST AND SCHOOLTEACHER MAXWELL ANDERSON
IN 1899 THIS IRISH POET AND DRAMATIST CO-FOUNDED THE IRISH LITERARY THEATRE, WHICH LATER BECAME THE ABBEY THEATRE WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS
HIS 1964 PLAY "AFTER THE FALL" DEALT WITH HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH MARILYN MONROE, TO WHOM HE WAS ONCE MARRIED ARTHUR MILLER
IN THE '30S, THIS "OUR TOWN" DRAMATIST WAS A LECTURER ON LITERATURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO THORNTON WILDER
HIS ONLY COMEDY AMONG HIS MANY PLAYS WAS 1933'S "AH, WILDERNESS!" EUGENE O'NEILL
CALLED THE MOST SIGNIFICANT BRITISH DRAMATIST SINCE SHAKESPEARE, THIS IRISH-BORN AUTHOR WROTE 50 STAGE PLAYS GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
IN 1622 THIS FRENCH COMEDIC PLAYWRIGHT WAS BORN JEAN-BAPTISTE POQUELIN IN PARIS MOLIERE
THIS 1961 TENNESSEE WILLIAMS PLAY TAKES PLACE AT THE COSTA VERDE, A SMALL MEXICAN HOTEL ON A JUNGLE-COVERED HILLTOP NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
IN THIS CHEKHOV PLAY, A MERCHANT BUYS MADAME RENESVKY'S ESTATE & PLANS TO CUT DOWN ITS TREES THE CHERRY ORCHARD
FROM 1851 TO 1957 HE SERVED AS WRITER-MANAGER OF THE NORWEGIAN THEATRE IN BERGEN IBSEN
HOW A DRAMATIST IS PAID, OR A JOB FOR A SPORTS ANNOUNCER PLAY-BY-PLAY
AS A YOUTH, THIS "ICEMAN COMETH" DRAMATIST PROSPECTED FOR GOLD IN HONDURAS EUGENE O'NEILL
IN "AS YOU LIKE IT", SHAKESPEARE PAID TRIBUTE TO THIS "DR. FAUSTUS" DRAMATIST, CALLING HIM THE "DEAD SHEPHERD" CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
EFUA SUTHERLAND, A DRAMATIST FROM THIS COUNTRY, FOUNDED A DRAMA STUDIO, AND A LITERARY MAGAZINE IN ACCRA GHANA
THIS GREAT DRAMATIST'S WORKS INCLUDE "TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT" AND "THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF DR. FAUSTUS" CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
THIS KANSAS-BORN DRAMATIST SET HIS PLAY "PICNIC" IN A SMALL KANSAS TOWN INGE
ANCIENT GREEK DRAMATIST WHO WROTE THE ANTI-WAR PLAY "THE TROJAN WOMEN" EURIPIDES
HE WROTE, "WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE" CENTURIES BEFORE SHAKESPEARE SENECA
"THE WAR WITH THE NEWTS" IS A SATIRICAL NOVEL BY THIS CZECH DRAMATIST WHO COINED THE WORD "ROBOT" KAREL CAPEK
IN 1677 THIS DRAMATIST'S PLAY "PHEDRE" WAS PRODUCED & HE BECAME LOUIS XIV'S OFFICIAL HISTORIAN JEAN RACINE
APPROPRIATELY, THE NAME OF THIS DRAMATIST COMES FROM GREEK WORDS MEANING "WISE" AND "FAMOUS" SOPHOCLES
JUDGES WERE CHOSEN BY LOT FOR THE DRAMA COMPETITION KNOWN AS THE DIONYSIA IN THIS CITY ATHENS
ACCORDING TO A PLAY ABOUT HER BY EURIPIDES, THIS WOMAN DID NOT SPEND THE TROJAN WAR AT TROY BUT IN EGYPT HELEN
IN "THE CLOUDS" BY ARISTOPHANES, A MAN DESIRES TO SEND HIS SON TO STUDY WITH THIS GREEK PHILOSOPHER SOCRATES
THIS TITLE ANGRY WIFE PLOTS REVENGE AGAINST JASON BY KILLING HIS NEW FLAME WITH A POISONED GARMENT MEDEA
THE 3 PARTS OF THIS GREEK DRAMATIC TRILOGY ARE "AGAMEMNON", "CHOEPHORI", AND "EUMENIDES" THE ORESTEIA
IN A PLAY BY EURIPIDES, THIS WOMAN IS FAITHFUL TO MENELAUS WHILE HER PHANTOM DOUBLE RUNS OFF WITH PARIS HELEN OF TROY
IN ANCIENT GREEK PLAYS, THIS GROUP OF PERFORMERS OFTEN SERVED AS NARRATOR & COMMENTED ON THE ACTION THE CHORUS
YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE AN ORACLE TO KNOW THAT THIS ORACLE IS PIVOTAL TO THE PLOT OF "ION" DELPHIC ORACLE
THE ANCIENT GREEK SPECIAL EFFECT OF A DEITY LOWERED FROM A CRANE WAS CALLED THIS, MEANING "GOD FROM THE MACHINE" DEUS EX MACHINA
TUNNELS FROM WHICH CHARACTERS SUCH AS GHOSTS MADE SURPRISE ENTRANCES WERE CALLED THIS HADES FERRYMAN'S "STEPS" CHARON
IN ANCIENT GREEK DRAMA, THE CORYPHAEUS WAS THE LEADER OF THIS GROUP THE CHORUS
IN THIS 1980S PLAY, TONY KUSHNER SENT A SPINDLY GAY CHARACTER DEEP INTO THE AUDIENCE'S HEART TO ASK WHO WE ARE ANGELS IN AMERICA
FUTURE PLAYWRIGHT JOHN CASEY CHANGED HIS NAME TO THIS WHEN HE WAS WON OVER TO IRISH NATIONALISM SEAN O'CASEY
SHE GAINED FAME AS A PLAYWRIGHT AND LATER WROTE MEMOIRS LIKE "PENTIMENTO" LILLIAN HELLMAN
COLLIER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA SAYS HIS 1858 PLAY "THE VIKINGS AT HELGELAND" WAS BAD; BUT…IN A NEW AND INTERESTING WAY IBSEN
THIS BRIT CALLED HIS COMEDY "HAY FEVER", "ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT PLAYS TO PERFORM THAT I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED" NOEL COWARD
THE BERLINER ENSEMBLE FOUNDED BY THIS MAN IN THE 1940S FINALLY MADE ITS U.S. DEBUT IN 1999 WITH A STAGING OF HIS "ARTURO UI" BRECHT
A NYC PRODUCTION OF HIS PLAY "PEOPLE ARE LIVING THERE" MOVED THE SETTING FROM HIS NATIVE SOUTH AFRICA TO NEW JERSEY FUGARD
IN "BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS", NEIL SIMON INTRODUCED THIS YOUNG BROOKLYNITE EUGENE JEROME
THIS PLAYWRIGHT WON THE NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE IN 1968; DID THEY KEEP HIM WAITING? BECKETT
HIS 1891 ESSAY "THE QUINTESSENCE OF IBSENISM" PROMOTED THE REALISTIC DRAMAS OF A FELLOW PLAYWRIGHT SHAW
THE ANCIENT GREEK PLAYWRIGHT MENANDER WROTE, "MARRIAGE, IF ONE WILL FACE THE TRUTH, IS…A NECESSARY" THIS EVIL
APPROPRIATELY, THIS RUSSIAN PLAYWRIGHT WROTE AN 1892 STORY CALLED "AFTER THE THEATER" CHEKHOV
THIS PLAYWRIGHT HIT THE RIGHT NOTE WITH "AMADEUS" AND THEN HORSED AROUND WITH "EQUUS" PETER SHAFFER
"BORSTAL BOY" PLAYWRIGHT, BRENDAN BEHAN
IN 1989 THIS PLAYWRIGHT WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA, THE FIRST NON-COMMUNIST SINCE 1948 VACLAV HAVEL
PUBLIC DISGUST OVER HIS PLAY "GHOSTS" CAUSED THIS NORWEGIAN TO RETALIATE IN HIS "AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE" IBSEN
NOVELIST EDNA FERBER COLLABORATED WITH THIS PLAYWRIGHT ON 6 PLAYS, INCLUDING "DINNER AT EIGHT" AND "STAGE DOOR" GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
"WAITING FOR LEFTY" WAS THE FIRST OF HIS PLAYS TO BE PRODUCED CLIFFORD ODETS
THIS PULITZER PRIZE WINNING PLAYWRIGHT WAS RELATED TO JOHN SEVIER, THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE "VOLUNTEER STATE" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
IF THIS PLAYWRIGHT HAD TAKEN HIS MOTHER'S LAST NAME, HE WOULD BE KNOWN AS WILLIAM ARDEN SHAKESPEARE
"SPEED-THE-PLOW" AND "GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS" DAVID MAMET
"AN AMERICAN DAUGHTER" AND "THE HEIDI CHRONICLES" WENDY WASSERSTEIN
"LETTICE AND LOVAGE" AND "AMADEUS" PETER SHAFFER
"A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN" AND "THE ICEMAN COMETH" EUGENE O'NEILL
"CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS" AND "TRUE WEST" SAM SHEPARD
THE MAIN DRAMATIC SECTION THAT BEGINS A PLAY, OF THE TITLE OF PLAYWRIGHT MOSS HART'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY ACT ONE
INGRAM FRIZER STABBED THIS PLAYWRIGHT TO DEATH IN DEPTFORD IN 1593 CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
DAVID MAMET'S NO-NONSENSE BOOK ON THIS CRAFT INCLUDES A CHAPTER CALLED "FIND YOUR MARK" ACTING
"DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS" PLAYWRIGHT EUGENE O'NEILL
EDWARD ALBEE'S PLAY "FAM AND YAM" WAS INSPIRED BY A MEETING WITH THIS PLAYWRIGHT FOR WHOM LIFE WAS NO "PICNIC" WILLIAM INGE
PITTSBURGH'S AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER WAS RENAMED FOR THIS PLAYWRIGHT WHO WAS BORN THERE AUGUST WILSON
LOPE DE RUEDA AND LOPE DE VEGA WERE 2 OF THIS COUNTRY'S MOST FAMOUS PLAYWRIGHTS SPAIN
THE TROUBLED LIFE OF THIS IRISH-BORN PLAYWRIGHT HAS INSPIRED SEVERAL PLAYS, INCLUDING "THE JUDAS KISS" AND "GROSS INDECENCY" OSCAR WILDE
IN 2006 HE FINALLY PICKED UP 2 OBIE AWARDS HE'D WON DECADES AGO WHEN HE WAS UNDER HOUSE ARREST IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA VACLAV HAVEL
THIS PLAYWRIGHT GREW UP IN PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA, AND HE OFTEN SETS HIS PLAYS THERE FUGARD
THIS SCOTTISH PLAYWRIGHT'S INITIALS STTOD FOR JAMES MATTHEW J.M. BARRIE
A COLLECTION OF THE WORKS OF THIS FRENCH COMEDIC PLAYWRIGHT SHOULD INCLUDE "LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME" MOLIERE
THE PULITZER FOLKS GAVE "A DELICATE BALANCE" BY THIS PLAYWRIGHT A 1967 "WOOLF" WHISTLE EDWARD ALBEE
IN 1928 THIS PLAYWRIGHT HAD A "STRANGE INTERLUDE" O'NEILL
JAMES CAAN PLAYED A CHARACTER BASED ON THIS PLAYWRIGHT IN THE FILM "CHAPTER TWO" NEIL SIMON
ENGLISH ACTRESS ELLEN TERRY HAD A FAMOUS "PAPER COURTSHIP" WITH THIS PLAYWRIGHT THAT LASTED FOR DECADES GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
BHAVABHUTI, ONE OF INDIA'S GREATEST PLAYWRIGHTS, IS KNOWN FOR HIS MASTERY OF THIS ANCIENT INDIC LANGUAGE SANSKRIT
THIS SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYWRIGHT HAS HAD ACTING ROLES IN THE FILMS "GANDHI" AND "THE KILLING FIELDS" FUGARD
THIS POET/PLAYWRIGHT PUBLISHED HIS FOLIO OF WORKS IN 1616, A FULL 7 YEARS BEFORE SHAKESPEARE BEN JONSON
THIS TEXAS PLAYWRIGHT ALSO WROTE THE SCREENPLAYS FOR "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" AND "TENDER MERCIES" HORTON FOOTE
THIS IRISH PLAYWRIGHT WROTE "JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK" FOR THE ABBEY THEATER IN DUBLIN SEAN O'CASEY
THIS CZECH-BORN PLAYWRIGHT DIRECTED THE FILM VERSION OF HIS "ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD" TOM STOPPARD
THE FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA PLAY "BODAS DE SANGRE" IS USUALLY KNOWN IN ENGLISH AS THIS BLOOD WEDDING
HE SET HIS PLAY "THE LADY FROM THE SEA" IN A SMALL TOWN ON A FJORD IBSEN
SOPHOCLES' LAST PLAY WAS ENTITLED "OEDIPUS AT" THIS VILLAGE…COINCIDENTALLY, SOPHOCLES' BIRTHPLACE COLONUS
THE PRECARIOUS EQUILIBRIUM OF A COUPLE NAMED AGNES AND TOBIAS IS CENTRAL TO THIS EDWARD ALBEE PLAY FROM 1966 A DELICATE BALANCE
JASON MILLER ENDED HIS PLAY "BARRYMORE'S GHOST" WITH THESE 4 WORDS, THE LAST THAT HAMLET SPEAKS IN "HAMLET" THE REST IS SILENCE
THIS EUGENE O'NEILL PLAY WASN'T PERFORMED UNTIL 3 YEARS AFTER HIS DEATH, AS PER HIS REQUEST LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT
ALTHOUGH HE WAS IRISH-BORN, MOST OF THIS WORKS AFTER WWII, INCLUDING "WAITING FOR GODOT", WERE WRITTEN IN FRENCH BECKETT
THIS STAR OF "RUSH" AND "SPEED 2" IS THE SON OF ACTOR-PLAYWRIGHT JASON MILLER JASON PATRIC
THIS AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT WON 4 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA, INCLUDING ONE FOR 1920S "BEYOND THE HORIZON" EUGENE O'NEILL
THIS 2005 NOBEL LAUREATE'S 1ST WIFE, VIVIAN MERCHANT, APPEARED IN MANY OF HIS PLAYS, INCLUDING "THE HOMECOMING" PINTER
HE CO-STARRED IN HIS OWN PLAY "PRIVATE LIVES" WITH GERTRUDE LAWRENCE, A CLOSE FRIEND OF HIS SINCE HIS YOUTH NOEL COWARD
LILY RABE, WHO APPEARED IN THE 2005 REVIVAL OF "STEEL MAGNOLIAS" IS THE DAUGHTER OF JILL CLAYBURGH AND THIS PLAYWRIGHT DAVID RABE
HER FAMOUS LINE "WHAT A DUMP!" IS QUOTED IN ALBEE'S "WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?" BETTE DAVIS
THIS "VOLPONE" PLAYWRIGHT NARROWLY ESCAPED THE DEATH PENALTY AFTER KILLING AN ACTOR IN A DUEL IN 1598 BEN JONSON
THIS PLAYWRIGHT AND "VANITY FAIR" EDITOR SERVED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 1943 TO 1957 CLARE BOOTH LUCE
JANE FONDA PORTRAYED PLAYWRIGHT LILLIAN HELLMAN IN THIS FILM JULIA
THE BELGIAN PLAYWRIGHT WHO GAVE US "THE BLUE BIRD" MAETERLINCK
"LOOK BACK IN ANGER" PLAYWRIGHT JOHN OSBORNE
"THE IMAGINARY INVALID" PLAYWRIGHT MOLIERE
PLAYWRIGHT JEAN-BAPTISTE POQUELIN WROTE UNDER THIS NOM DE PLUME MOLIERE
THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" CHARACTER SHERIDAN WHITESIDE WAS SUCH A PLUM ROLE THAT HE PLAYED IT HIMSELF GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
"PEER GYNT" PLAYWRIGHT IBSEN
BORN IN ROMANIA IN 1912, THIS ABSURDIST PLAYWRIGHT DIED IN 1994 IONESCO
THE PLAYWRIGHT OF "THE COCKTAIL PARTY" ALSO WON BEST PLAY FOR THIS POETIC MUSICAL CATS (T.S. ELIOT)
EDMUND WHITE WROTE A DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY OF THIS FRENCH THIEF, NOVELIST, AND PLAYWRIGHT OF "THE MAIDS" GENET
HIS ABILITY TO IMITATE THE FAMILY DOCTOR EARNED THIS PLAYWRIGHT THE NICKNAME "DOC" NEIL SIMON
IN 1983 A BROADWAY THEATER WAS RENAMED FOR THIS MAN, THE FIRST TIME A LIVING PLAYWRIGHT WAS SO HONORED NEIL SIMON
"WE ARE ALL BORN MAD. SOME REMAIN SO" SAMUEL BECKETT
HE NEVER FORGAVE MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL FOR GOING OFF ON HER HONEYMOON WHILE REHEARSING HIS "PYGMALION" SHAW
APPROPRIATELY, HIS WIFE ARMANDE BEJART MADE HER STAGE DEBUT IN HIS 1662 PLAY "THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES" MOLIERE
THIS AUTHOR OF THE PLAY "PURLIE VICTORIOUS" CO-STARRED IN IT ON BROADWAY WITH HIS WIFE, RUBY DEE OSSIE DAVIS
THIS IRISH PLAYWRIGHT WAS ACTIVE IN A RESISTANCE GROUP IN GERMAN-OCCUPIED FRANCE SAMUEL BECKETT
CRITIC WALTER KERR CALLED THIS MAN'S "CAMINO REAL" "THE WORST PLAY YET WRITTEN BY THE BEST PLAYWRIGHT OF HIS GENERATION" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
"MAY ALL YOUR FENCES HAVE GATES" IS A BOOK OF "ESSAYS ON THE DRAMA OF" THIS PLAYWRIGHT AUGUST WILSON
THIS CREATOR OF "RENT" DIED THE NIGHT OF ITS FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL, NEVER KNOWING HE WOULD WIN THE PULITZER PRIZE JONATHAN LARSEN
THESE BRITISH TWIN BROTHER PLAYWRIGHTS WROTE MYSTERY NOVELS UNDER THE RATHER OBVIOUS ALIAS PETER ANTHONY PETER AND ANTHONY SHAFFER
THIS POET, NOVELIST, AND PLAYWRIGHT IS TO RUSSIAN LITERATURE WHAT SHAKESPEARE IS TO ENGLISH LITERATURE PUSHKIN
WHEN IT PREMIERED IN 1955, "A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE" WAS A 1-ACT PLAY; THIS PLAYWRIGHT LATER EXPANDED IT ARTHUR MILLER
"TRUE AND FALSE: HERESY AND COMMON SENSE FOR THE ACTOR" IS BY THIS "SPEED-THE-PLOW" PLAYWRIGHT DAVID MAMET
"JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE" IS BY THIS PLAYWRIGHT AUGUST WILSON
JASON MILLER WROTE AND STARRED IN A 1997 PLAY ABOUT THIS ACTOR NICKNAMED "THE GREAT PROFILE" JOHN BARRYMORE
THE PLAY "PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE" WAS WRITTEN BY THIS "WILD AND CRAZY GUY" STEVE MARTIN
NOW BEST REMEBERED AS A PLAYWRIGHT, IN HIS DAY HE WAS FAMOUS FOR PLAYING THE GHOST OF HAMLET'S FATHER SHAKESPEARE
THIS "PHEDRE" PLAYWRIGHT HAD A "RACY" LIFE; HE WAS ONCE ACCUSED OF POISONING HIS MISTRESS, ACTRESS THERESE DU PARC RACINE
THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S THEATRE ON NYC'S W. 49TH ST. ISN'T AN HISTORIC SITE, BUT HIS HOME IN DANVILLE, CALIFORNIA IS EUGENE O'NEILL
LIKE SHERIDAN'S "A SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL", DENIS FONVIZIN'S "THE BRIGADIER" IS A "COMEDY OF" THESE MANNERS
IN "A DOLL'S HOUSE", SHE FORGES A CHECK TO HELP HER SICK HUSBAND TORVALD BUT HE SCOLDS HER FOR DOING IT NORA
IN A EUGENE O'NEILL PLAY, THIS FORMER PULLMAN PORTER AND EX-CONVICT IMPOSES HIMSELF AS AN EMPEROR ON A WEST INDIAN ISLAND BRUTUS JONES (THE EMPEROR JONES)
EITHER OF THE 2 MEN WHO HAVE BEEN DUBBED "KING OF BROADWAY" GEORGE M. COHEN OR WALTER WINCHELL
IT WAS A SHORT INTERLUDE BETWEEN HIS PULITZER PRIZE WINS FOR "ANNA CHRISTIE" AND "STRANGE INTERLUDE" EUGENE O'NEILL
FRANK GILROY WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA IN 1965 FOR THIS PLAY "THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES"
SADLY, HE HAD DIED BEFORE HIS MUSICAL WON THE 1996 PULITZER FOR DRAMA JONATHAN LARSEN (RENT)
1954'S PULITZER FOR DRAMA WENT TO JOHN PATRICK FOR "THE TEAHOUSE…" OF THIS "THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON"
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS WON 2 PULITZERS FOR THESE 2 PLAYS "STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE" AND "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF"
HE WON 2 PULITZER PRIZES INCLUDING ONE FOR "THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH" THORNTON WILDER
HORTON FOOTE WON A 1995 PULITZER FOR HIS PLAY "THE YOUNG MAN FROM…." ATLANTA
"YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOUR" WAS WRITTEN BY MOSS HART AND THIS PARTNER GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
"DEATH OF A SALESMAN" ARTHUR MILLER
DAVID MAMET WON A PULITZER IN 1994 FOR THIS SALESMAN DRAMA WHOSE TITLE INCLUDES 2 4-LETTER WORDS "GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS"
FOR 1923'S "ICEBOUND", ABOUT MAINE, OWEN DAVIS WAS THE FIFTH WINNER OF THIS PRIZE FOR DRAMA PULITZER
THIS AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT WON 4 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA EUGENE O'NEILL
THIS AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT WON 3 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA EDWARD ALBEE
HE WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR "A DELICATE BALANCE" EDWARD ALBEE
HE WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR "THREE TALL WOMEN" EDWARD ALBEE
HE WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR "SEASCAPE" EDWARD ALBEE
KATHLEEN CHALFANT HAS WON ACCLAIM FOR HER ROLE AS A PROFESSOR DYING OF CANCER IN THIS PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING DRAMA "WIT"
HE'S THE ONLY MAN TO WIN PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION AND DRAMA THORNTON WILDER ("THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS REY", "OUR TOWN", AND "THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH")
THE 2 PLAYWRIGHTS NAMED MILLER WHO HAVE WON PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA ARTHUR & JASON MILLER
PLAYWRIGHT WHO MADE HIS FILM DEBUT IN "RENALDO & CLARA" IN 1978 AND WON A PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA IN 1979 SAM SHEPARD
HE WON 2 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA AND 1 FOR A NOVEL THORNTON WILDER
THESE 2 1-WORD PLAYS WON THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA IN 2001 AND 2005 "PROOF" AND "DOUBT"
THE CONDUCT OF A PRIEST AROUSES SUSPICION IN THIS PLAY THAT WON THE 2005 PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA "DOUBT"
HE'S WON 3 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA…IN 1967, 1975, AND 1994 EDWARD ALBEE
WINNER OF A PULITZER PRIZE FOR "CRIMES OF THE HEART" BETH HENLEY
WINNER OF A PULITZER PRIZE FOR "NIGHT, MOTHER" MARSHA NORMA
MARSHA NORMAN WON A PULITZER PRIZE IN DRAMA FOR THIS PLAY 'NIGHT, MOTHER"
HIS FIRST PLAY WAS 1959'S "THE ZOO STORY", A ONE-ACT DRAMA EDWARD ALBEE
BROTHER JULIAN IS ENSNARED BY MISS ALICE IN THIS 1964 PLAY THAT EDWARD ALBEE CALLED A "METAPHYSICAL MELODRAMA" "TINY ALICE"
IN 2002 THIS EDWARD ALBEE DRAMA THAT'S SUBTITLED "WHO IS SYLVIA?", WON THE TONY FOR BEST PLAY "THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?"
THIS PLAYWRIGHT SAID THAT HE'S "TESTING THE LIMITS OF TOLERANCE" WITH HIS NEW PLAY ABOUT 4 PEOPLE AND A GOAT" EDWARD ALBEE
EDWARD ALBEE'S ADAPTATION OF THIS NABAKOV NOVEL STARRED DONALD SUTHERLAND AS HUMBERT HUMBERT "LOLITA"
SOME TIME PASSES BEFORE JERRY TELLS WHAT HAPPENED AT THE ZOO IN THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "THE ZOO STORY" EDWARD ALBEE
IT WAS EDWARD ALBEE WHO FIRST SAID, "NEVER GIVE A SUCKER…" ONE OF THESE "AN EVEN BREAK"
THIS PLAYWRIGHT DEDICATED "A DELICATE BALANCE" TO JOHN STEINBECK, WITH "AFFECTION AND ADMIRATION" EDWARD ALBEE
A VERY SHORT-RUN PLAY IN 1963, WRITTEN BY D. STARKWEATHER, WAS TITLED "SO WHO'S AFRAID OF …" THIS PLAYWRIGHT EDWARD ALBEE
EDWARD ALBEE WROTE A TRAGIC PLAY ABOUT THIS "EMPRESS OF THE BLUES" BESSIE SMITH
HIS FIRST 2 PRODUCED PLAYS WERE "THE ZOO STORY" AND "THE DEATH OF BESSIE SMITH" EDWARD ALBEE
THIS PLAY BY EUGENE O'NEILL WAS BASED LOOSELY ON AN EVENT IN HAITIAN HISTORY "THE EMPEROR JONES"
THIS AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT'S 1926 WORK "THE GREAT GOD BROWN" WAS SIGNIFICANT FOR ITS SYMBOLIC USE OF MASKS EUGENE O'NEILL
A SEEDY NYC HOTEL-SALOON AND THE PIPE DREAMS OF ITS INHABITANTS ARE ELEMENTS OF THIS 1946 EUGENE O'NEILL PLAY "THE ICEMAN COMETH"
IN 1929, O'NEILL'S "STRANGE" PLAY WAS BANNED IN BOSTON, SO IT PLAYED IN NEARBY QUINCY INSTEAD "STRANGE INTERLUDE"
THIS EPIC O'NEILL WORK IS BASED PARTLY ON THE "ORESTSIA" OF AESCHYLUS "MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA"
AS A YOUNG MAN EUGENE O'NEILL WAS FAST FRIENDS WITH THIS REPORTER AND COMMUNIST LABOR PARTY CO-FOUNDER JOHN REED
THIS AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHT WON 4 PULITZER PRIZES FOR DRAMA, INCLUDING ONE FOR 1920'S "BEYOND THE HORIZON" EUGENE O'NEILL
"ANNA CHRISTIE" EUGENE O'NEILL
THIS 4-TIME PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING PLAYWRIGHT LAUNCHED HIS CAREER WITH THE PROVINCETOWN PLAYERS EUGENE O'NEILL
KEVIN SPACEY STARRED IN A 2006 BRITISH REVIVAL OF THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S "A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN" EUGENE O'NEILL
HIS ONLY COMEDY WAS "AH, WILDERNESS" EUGENE O'NEILL
"AS EVER, GENE" IS A COLLECTION OF THIS PLAYWRIGHT'S LETTERS TO HIS PAL, CRITIC GEORGE JEAN NATHAN EUGENE O'NEILL
"GIMME A WHISKEY… GINGER ALE ON THE SIDE. AND DON'T BE STINGY, BABY" ANNA CHRISTIE (O'NEILL)
FADING ACTRESSES ARE THE HEROINES OF HIS NOVEL, "THE ROMAN SPRING OF MRS. STONE" AND HIS PLAY "SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
THIS PLAYWRIGHT WROTE THE NOVEL, "THE ROMAN SPRING OF MRS. STONE" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
"SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
JACK NICHOLSON PLAYED EUGENE O'NEILL IN THIS 200-MINUTE WARREN BEATTY EPIC "REDS"
GRETA GARBO WAS NOMINATED FOR AN OSCAR FOR THIS, HER FIRST MGM SOUND FILM, BASED ON A EUGENE O'NEILL PLAY "ANNA CHRISTIE"
HE WON HIS FIRST PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA FOR 1920'S "BEYOND THE HORIZON" EUGENE O'NEILL
"BOUND EAST FOR CARDIFF", THE FIRST OF HIS SEA PLAYS, PREMIERED IN PROVINCETOWN, MASSACHUSETTS IN 1916 EUGENE O'NEILL
IN O'NEILL'S PLAY, "MARCO MILLIONS", HE MARRIES A FAT, COMMONPLACE VENETIAN MARCO POLO
"MARCO MILLIONS" EUGENE O'NEILL
AS HE WISHED, THE LAST PLAY OF EUGENE O'NEILL WAS PRODUCED AFTER HIS DEATH "LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT"
THIS DRAMA IS SET AT A SUMMER HOME IN AUGUST 1912; ACT 1 TAKES PLACE AT 8:30 A.M.; ACT 4 IS 15 1/2 HOURS LATER "LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT"
AROUND 1912, WHILE RECOVERING IN A SANATORIUM, THIS FORMER SEAMAN DECIDED TO BECOME A PLAYWRIGHT EUGENE O'NEILL
THE ENTIRE ACTION OF THIS EUGENE O'NEILL PLAY TAKES PLACE IN 1850 AT A NEW ENGLAND FARMHOUSE FLANKED BY MASSIVE TREE "DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS"
"DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS" EUGENE O'NEILL
IN 1936 HE WROTE HIS LAST PLAY, "THE BOY DAVID"; AN ACTRESS PLAYED THE TITLE ROLE JAMES M. BARRIE
SOPHOCLES, EURIPIDES AND O'NEILL ALL WROTE PLAYS WITH THIS WOMAN'S NAME IN THEIR TITLES ELECTRA

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