Where are the two most famous locations where musicals are professionally performed?

Where are the two most famous locations where musicals are professionally performed?

Here’s a quick snapshot of some of the best locations around the world to see (and sing along to) a musical.

  • São Paulo, Brazil. One of Brazil’s foremost musical venues, the São Paulo Municipal Theater.
  • New York, New York.
  • London, United Kingdom.
  • Hamburg, Germany.
  • Sydney, Australia.

Who started musical Theatre?

The antecedents of musical theatre in Europe can be traced back to the theatre of ancient Greece, where music and dance were included in stage comedies and tragedies during the 5th century BCE.

Why is musical Theatre important?

Musicals, unlike books, can create a live performance- acting out certain stories and lessons. They are able to create the atmosphere, without making the reader create it themselves in their minds. A lot of people like musicals, as opposed to films, because of the stage presence.

What are the two main types of musicals?

Musicals Come in All Different Types

  • Book Musicals.
  • Revue Musicals.
  • Jukebox Musicals.
  • Film Musicals.
  • Concept Musicals.
  • Pop/Rock Musicals.

What are the three types of musicals?

What type of musical is Mamma Mia?

jukebox musical

What are the five types of musicals?

So let’s take a brief look into some of the different types of musical that are performed on stage or film.

  • Book Musical.
  • Jukebox Musical.
  • Revue.
  • Concept Musicals.
  • Rock Musical / Rock Opera.

What are the five longest running shows on Broadway?


  • The Phantom of the Opera. M. January 26, 1988. 13,370.
  • Chicago (1996 revival) M. November 14, 1996. 9,692.
  • The Lion King. M. November 13, 1997. 9,302.
  • Cats. M. October 7, 1982. September 10, 2000.
  • Wicked. M. October 30, 2003. 6,836.
  • Les Misérables. M. March 12, 1987. May 18, 2003.
  • A Chorus Line. M. July 25, 1975.
  • Oh! Calcutta! ( 1976 revival)

Is Whoopi Goldberg a Egot winner?

In 2002, Goldberg achieved EGOT status — winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony over the course of her career — cementing her new title when she won a Tony for Thoroughly Modern Millie.

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