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Broadway: The American Musical

Broadway: The American Musical Start your study of the musical with this site that showcases the major shows like West Side Story, Hair, Cats and so many more. Clicking on the name of the musical provides pictures of the cast, facts about the production, audio of a popular song from the play
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Broadway: The American Musical


Start your study of the musical with this site that showcases the major shows like West Side Story, Hair, Cats and so many more. Clicking on the name of the musical provides pictures of the cast, facts about the production, audio of a popular song from the play and a synopsis of the show and its Broadway run. This site also offers interviews, photos, video and audio recordings, and loads of fascinating facts about Broadway stars. Of particular importance for the classroom, however, are the essays on topics such as "Elements of the Musical," "Civil Rights Era on Broadway," "Broadway and the Rock Score," and so many more interesting subjects. Teachers can also utilize the lesson plans and a trivia quiz.

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• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Judy O'Neill

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