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Broadway Programs

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Spotlighting the stories and accompanying musical masterpieces from the following Broadway plays:

The tale of the "mad" knight, Don Quixote, as a play within a play, performed by Cervantes and his fellow prisoners as he awaits a hearing with the Spanish Inquisition.

Musical Numbers:

    • The Impossible Dream
    • Dulcinea
    • I, Don Quixote

The play chronicles the lives of those living and working on the Cotton Blossom a Mississippi River Show Boat during the years 1880 to 1927. Racial prejudice and tragic, enduring love are the central themes of the play.

Musical Numbers:

    • Make Believe
    • Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
    • Why Do I Love You
    • Ol' Man River

Harold Hill an imposter, pretends to be a boys' band organizer and leader. He sells band instruments and uniforms to naive townsfolk before skipping town with the cash.

In River City, Iowa; Marian Paroo, a librarian and piano teacher; sees right through him. However, when Harold helps her brother overcome his social phobias, Marian begins to fall in love with Harold. Harold at the same time is falling in love with Marian; and risks being caught by the police.

Musical Numbers:

    • Till There Was You
    • Wells Fargo Wagon
    • Goodnight My Someone
    • Seventy-Six Trombones

The story draws plotline revolves around an American nurse at a U.S. Naval base, during World War II in the South Pacific; who falls in love with an expatriate French plantation owner with a dark past. The lead character struggles with racial prejudice as she tries to accept the mixed-race children of her lover.

South Pacific is considered to be one of the greatest Broadway musicals.

Musical Numbers:

    • Some Enchanted Evening
    • I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa Of My Hair
    • Bali Ha'i

This a musical about dancers auditioning for spots on a chorus line in a Broadway musical.

The show has nineteen main characters. The set is the bare stage of a Broadway theatre during an audition for a musical. A Chorus Line gives insight into the personalities of the performers and the choreographer, as they describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become dancers.

Musical Numbers:

The setting is the carousel at the local amusement park, where young people gather to socialize.

Julie, one of the local girls, arouses the interest of the amusement park barker named Billy, which infuriates Mrs. Mullin, the carousel owner and Billy's boss. Billy is fired.

Two months later, Julie and Billy are married. However, the honeymoon didn't last long as Billy is out of work and angry. He has even hit Julie.

Billy is weary, but when he learns that Julie is pregnant, he turns to robbery as a way out of his problems.

The robbery is foiled, and Billy seeing his life as nothing but failure kills himself. Julie arrives in time to tell Billy she loves him before he dies.

Julie is comforted by her cousin, who tells her that she will never walk alone! 


Musical Numbers:

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