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Friday, April 16, 2010

Broadway Sudoku

I love puzzles - like you couldn't tell if you read this regularly!  One of my favorite puzzles is Sudoku.  Below are 3 Broadway related Sudoku puzzles - one easy, one medium and one difficult.

Use the clue to figure out the word, then fill in the squares to complete the puzzle.  (If you don't know how to do Sudoku puzzles, email me and I'll help you...)

Good luck!

EASY:

Clue:  She's drowsy!
Note: There will be two "E"s in each row, column and block of 9.



MEDIUM:

Clue: Kander and Ebb's most recent Broadway show.
Note: The answer has only 8 letters, so an extra letter appears in each row, column and block of 9.  It is the same extra letter each time.


DIFFICULT:

Clue: He has written the lyrics for 3 shows currently on Broadway.
Note: The answer has only 8 letters, so an extra letter appears in each row, column and block of 9. It is the same extra letter each time.





So, how'd you do?  Answers will appear in the "Bits and Pieces for 04.25.10".
 
 
Comments?  Leave one here or email me at jkstheatrescene@yahoo.com.
Jeff

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