Game 3: Broadway Alphabet

luvtheEmcee Profile PhotoluvtheEmcee Profile Photo
luvtheEmcee
Broadway Legend
joined:12/9/03
Broadway Legend
joined:
12/9/03
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#101
Posted: 7/20/04 at 6:45pm
Showboat.

"T"
A work of art is an invitation to love.
mominator Profile Photomominator Profile Photo
mominator
Broadway Legend
joined:4/10/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
4/10/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#102
Posted: 7/20/04 at 6:51pm
Taboo
"All I ask of you is one thing: please don't be cynical. I hate cynicism -- it's my least favorite quality and it doesn't lead anywhere. Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you're kind, amazing things will happen." Conan O'Brien
luvtheEmcee Profile PhotoluvtheEmcee Profile Photo
luvtheEmcee
Broadway Legend
joined:12/9/03
Broadway Legend
joined:
12/9/03
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#103
Posted: 7/20/04 at 6:52pm
Oklahoma!
A work of art is an invitation to love.
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#105
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:00pm
i wonder why no one is coming along, N is so hard to do. There aren't any shows left with N. If someone can find them I will give them a dollar. lol
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
Updated On: 7/20/04 at 07:00 PM
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#106
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:04pm
Never Gonna Dance
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
CapnHook Profile PhotoCapnHook Profile Photo
CapnHook
Broadway Legend
joined:5/12/03
Broadway Legend
joined:
5/12/03
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#107
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:06pm
Evita
"The Spectacle has, indeed, an emotional attraction of its own, but, of all the parts, it is the least artistic, and connected least with the art of poetry. For the power of Tragedy, we may be sure, is felt even apart from representation and actors. Besides, the production of spectacular effects depends more on the art of the stage machinist than on that of the poet."
--Aristotle
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#108
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:07pm
OMG!!! How could I forget NEVER GONNA DANCE! That was one of my favorite shows! I should be ashamed of myself...
Avenue Q
"q"
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#109
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:09pm
Quilt
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#110
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:10pm
The Boy From Oz
"z"
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#111
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:11pm
Ziegfeld Follies

(does that count??)
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#112
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:12pm
lol yeah i couldn't think of any with a Z

Stomp
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#113
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:15pm
Pirates of Penzance
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#114
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:18pm
"e"?? uht oh broadwaygirl4life is stumped...
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#115
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:21pm
Easter Parade

(i know its a movie musical, but so what?)
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
millie_dillmount Profile Photomillie_dillmount Profile Photo
millie_dillmount
Broadway Legend
joined:4/22/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
4/22/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#116
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:22pm
Elegies

"S"

Do this one because Easter Parade leads us to another E!
"We like to snark around here. Sometimes we actually talk about theater...but we try not to let that get in our way." - dramamama611
Updated On: 7/20/04 at 07:22 PM
StickToPriest Profile PhotoStickToPriest Profile Photo
StickToPriest
Broadway Legend
joined:6/15/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#117
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:23pm
Songs for a New World
"One no longer loves one's insight enough once one communicates it."

The opposite of creation isn't war, it's stagnation.
millie_dillmount Profile Photomillie_dillmount Profile Photo
millie_dillmount
Broadway Legend
joined:4/22/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
4/22/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#118
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:29pm
Dance of the Vampires

"S"
"We like to snark around here. Sometimes we actually talk about theater...but we try not to let that get in our way." - dramamama611
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#119
Posted: 7/20/04 at 7:50pm
Sight Unseen

edit-no one for "n"?
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
Updated On: 7/20/04 at 07:50 PM
mominator Profile Photomominator Profile Photo
mominator
Broadway Legend
joined:4/10/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
4/10/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#121
Posted: 7/20/04 at 11:10pm
"Elephant Man"
"All I ask of you is one thing: please don't be cynical. I hate cynicism -- it's my least favorite quality and it doesn't lead anywhere. Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you're kind, amazing things will happen." Conan O'Brien
Broadwaygirl4life
Broadway Star
joined:1/8/04
Broadway Star
joined:
1/8/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#123
Posted: 7/20/04 at 11:23pm
lol we are starting to repeat a lot now.
"[My son]'s really into my music, but one day we were listening to Billy [Joel] in the car and he said, 'Daddy, I think Billy's songs are a little better than yours." (Michael Cavanaugh)
secret-soul Profile Photosecret-soul Profile Photo
secret-soul
Broadway Star
joined:2/15/04
Broadway Star
joined:
2/15/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#124
Posted: 7/20/04 at 11:32pm
State Fair
Plince! Plince! Nein! T-Rex!!
judy_in_disguise
Broadway Legend
joined:5/31/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
5/31/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#125
Posted: 7/20/04 at 11:49pm
Red, Hot and Cole
CapnHook Profile PhotoCapnHook Profile Photo
CapnHook
Broadway Legend
joined:5/12/03
Broadway Legend
joined:
5/12/03
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#126
Posted: 7/21/04 at 1:24am
Ragtime
"The Spectacle has, indeed, an emotional attraction of its own, but, of all the parts, it is the least artistic, and connected least with the art of poetry. For the power of Tragedy, we may be sure, is felt even apart from representation and actors. Besides, the production of spectacular effects depends more on the art of the stage machinist than on that of the poet."
--Aristotle
South Fl Marc Profile PhotoSouth Fl Marc Profile Photo
South Fl Marc
Broadway Legend
joined:6/23/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/23/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#127
Posted: 7/21/04 at 12:58pm
Easy Virtue by Noel Coward - which brings us back to e.
Now living in DC. I really have to change my name on the board.
shira467 Profile Photoshira467 Profile Photo
shira467
Broadway Legend
joined:3/22/04
Broadway Legend
joined:
3/22/04
re: Game 3: Broadway Alphabet#128
Posted: 7/21/04 at 1:26pm
Enchantress (it was written or staged in 1911, I believe)

"S"
Deet: Shira, I Love You!