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Who's That Lady-Broadway Musicals

written by: silverqueen
 
Who's that lady, that lovely lady? This quiz is just like my first quiz ' Who's That Lady' except your answer will be about a lovely lady from a Broadway musical. 'So right this way, your table's waiting'.

Question 1:


In the musical 'Paint Your Wagon' the rain is Tess and the fire is Jo. What do they call the wind?
Windy
Mary
Maria
Misty

Question 2:


The matchmaker is back in town so 'find her an empty lap, fellas'. What big-eyed beauty from a popular musical is still 'glowin, crowin, and going strong'?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 3:


In what play did Audrey demand, 'Feed me Seymour'?
Wicked
Sweeney Todd
Little Shop of Horrors
Mamma Mia

Question 4:


With a head full of curls and a dog named Sandy, this character sings 'The sun'll come out. Tomorrow. So you gotta hang on till tomorrow.'


Question 5:


The show stopper in 'Cabaret' is the song 'Cabaret' in which Sally advises 'Life is a Cabaret, old chum. Come to the Cabaret' . But Sally is following the advise of someone else. Who told Sally, ' What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play.'?
Marie
Liza
Elsie
Lise

Question 6:


Ado Annie in the musical 'Oklahoma' has a bit of a problem. According to her song, what is Ado Annie's major problem?
I Can't Say No
Will Parker
Two Lovers
How Can I Get Him to Notice Me?

Question 7:


In what musical does rouged knee Velma Kelly brag, 'I know a whoopee spot, where the gin is cold and the piano's hot .'?
Chicago
Rent
Dreamgirls
Wicked

Question 8:


The Jets leader, Tony, has just met a new girl and he is smitten. He whispers her name and sings,
'Say it loud and there's music playing. Say it soft and its almost like praying'.
What is this most magical of names?


Question 9:


The sailors in 'South Pacific' love a woman whose skin is as tender as DiMaggio's glove and is always 'chewin betel nuts'. If anyone has objections, ' Well ain't that too damn bad'.
Who is the woman that can speak English as well as 'any damn marine'?
Sweet Pea
Bloody Mary
Sally Bowles
Roxie

Question 10:


Gwen Verdon played this seductress who sang "Resign yourself, you're through. I always get what I aim for and your heart'n soul is what I came for'. Who was the evil seductress who tried to lure Joe Hardy in 'Damn Yankees'?
Gigi
Anna
Roxie
Lola

 


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