It's the eternal question, "Which came first?" Let's see how well you know your Broadway chronology.
Which Came First?
1. On Broadway: In the Heights or Curtains?
2. Jeremy Jordan's Broadway debut or Gideon Glick's Broadway debut?
3. Angela Lansbury's birth or Carol Channing's birth?
4. Leslie Odom, Jr.'s Broadway debut or Audra McDonald's Tony Award for Lady Day...?
5. Put all 4 Best Musical (original Broadway productions) in order by opening night: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Les Miserables , Big River, The Phantom of the Opera
Answers to Last Week's Game
1st Letter Song Title
Hint: It's a hell of a trip. Answer: Way Down Hadestown
- Show where the characters lose if they stop touching a vehicle. Hands on a Hard Body
- Show that asks, "What if you could live forever?" Tuck Everlasting
- So much happened before Dorothy dropped in to this show. Wicked
- Name of the real-life heroine of a Pulitzer Prize-winning play; she believed that despite everything, people were good. Anne Frank
- She was adopted by Daddy Warbucks. Annie
- The show where Diana sees Gabe, and Natalie feels like The Invisible Girl. Next to Normal
- He won a Tony and a Pulitzer Prize for Lost in Yonkers. Neil Simon
- Lucy, Linus, Snoopy join their titular friend in this family-friendly musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
- She's Sophie's "Dancing Queen" mamma. Donna
- This "Solve-It-Yourself Broadway Musical" won the Best Musical Tony, and changed its title to this one word. Drood
- In this musical, Guy meets Girl and they start falling slowly. Once
- Don't cry for her, Argentina. She's on a rainbow high. Evita
- A little boy gets mixed up with the Artful Dodger and Fagin in this classic Lionel Bart musical. Oliver
- The Lost Boys want Peter to keep her in Neverland. Wendy Darling
- The Andrew Lloyd Webber choo choo musical. Race time! Starlight Express
- Ivo most recently directed a controversial take on this classic American musical. West Side Story
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