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Trivia Questions

Who was the first woman to write the book, music and lyrics for a Broadway musical?

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Which actor was one of the original Billys in Billy Elliot, and recently starring in Steven Spielberg's West Side Story as Bernardo?

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Which of the following musicals was NOT based on a book?

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True or False: Next to Normal won a Tony Award for Best Musical in 2009.

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“Beetlejuice” was director Tim Burton’s second feature film. What was his first? 

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Which actor played Othello  in the longest running Shakespearean play in Broadway history?

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Who is the youngest female winner of a Tony Award for acting ever?

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True or false: The stars of the 2022 Broadway production of How I Learned to Drive, Mary Louise Parker and David Morse, also starred in the original Off Broadway production of the show at the Vineyard Theatre.

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True or false: Adrienne Warren was nominated for a Tony Award for her role as Danielle in Bring It On: The Musical.

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Who originated the roles of Frankie and Johnny in the 2002 Broadway production of Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune?

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