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What other name describes the spoken lines (dialogue) in a musical?
A play w/o music is sometimes called
a big musical number that results in a torrent of applause is called
who writes the book portion of a musical?
which type of opera is sometimes called light opera?
musicals that have less spoken dialogue than music, such as Les Mis and Evita are also known as
What form of early American "entertainment" included comic scenes, dance interludes, and sentimental ballads, all based on white stereotypes of black life in the South?
Musicals that have particularly well-developed storylines, characters and spoken dialogue are called
a ___ is a program of satirical sketches, singing, and dancing on a particular theme.
Who wrote such famous musicals as Sweeny Todd and Sunday in the Park with George?
The first operas originated in what country?
When a song is sung a second time in a musical it is called a
Chapter 17: The Musical
Theatre Chapter 12
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Chapter 1; Theatre, Art, and Entertainment
Chapter 3: Theatre and Cultural Diversity
Chapter 10: A Creative Life
Chapter 11: Non-Western Theatre