A variety show with songs, comedy, juggling, acrobats, and animal acts, but no plot, is called
|D)||a concept musical|
Generally, musical comedy is in _______ act(s).
The Mikado, widely performed in the United States around the turn of the century, was written by
|C)||S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan|
|D)||Richard Rodgers and O. Hammerstein II|
The main section of a musical comedy song is called the
|D)||all of the above|
Which of the following American musicals is not by Stephen Sondheim?
|B)||Of Thee I Sing|
|C)||Sunday in the Park with George|
During the first two decades of the twentieth century there were about _______ vaudeville theaters in the United States.
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, the ballet used in the climax of On Your Toes, was choreographed by
|D)||Agnes de Mille|
A variety show without a plot but with a unifying idea is called
|D)||a book musical|
The introductory section of a musical comedy song is called the
Unlike the American musical, operettas
|A)||are usually tragic|
|B)||are in foreign languages|
|C)||combine song, spoken dialogue, and dance|
|D)||are generally set outside the United States|