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At performances, it was the longest running musical of the decade. Kern wrote the music; Hammerstein wrote the lyrics and book; Ziegfeld produced. Its book was the first collaboration of Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Cohan his last major work on Broadway starring as President Franklin D. Roosevelt, premieres at the Alvin Theater. James Theater. Its level of integration of plot, music, and dance was a huge influence on later musicals, and its run of 2, performances was unprecedented for a musical. Harburg, premieres at the Shubert Theater and runs for performances. James Theater and runs for performances.
Its run of 2, performances sets the Broadway record for the time. James Theater for a run of performances. James Theater and runs performances. Its run of 17, performances was entirely off-Broadway. President, the last original show with a score by Berlin, premieres at the St. Its run of 3, performances quickly broke the record set by Hello, Dolly!. Marks Theater.
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The show ran for 6, performances, shattering the existing record. Matthew, premieres at the Lyceum Theater and plays for performances. Eliot, debuts at the Winter Garden Theater and runs for a record 7, performances. James Theater, playing for performances. James Theater and plays for performances.
James Theater and begins a long run. Subsequent lack of tourism in New York City produces a huge economic challenge for Broadway. Introduction The Broadway musical has greatly influenced American and world culture and likewise has also been influenced by historical forces such as two world wars, the civil rights movement, times of economic prosperity and decline, and, most recently, the terrorist attacks of 11 September Shows such as Oklahoma! Since the latter part of the 19th century, the Broadway musical has remained one of the most popular genres in entertainment.
In the early 21st century, its appeal and draw have become increasingly international. The minstrel show, with comedy, songs, and dancing performed by white actors in blackface, existed for most of the 19th century and continued into the 20th. Pantomime had a French flavor, and ballet was popular as well. Musicals with lavish sets and costumes sometimes were called spectacles, a moniker that included such early shows as The Black Crook , and shows with more of a comic element were dubbed burlesques, a famous example being Evangeline Operettas from various traditions were also popular, including those from France by such composers as Jacques Offenbach and from Vienna by Johann Strauss II and others.
In the decades around , three major Broadway musical genres gained prominence. The operetta remained important, with a significant exponent of the genre in the United States being Irish-born Victor Herbert. The modern musical comedy—in which comedy and stars were at the forefront—started to appear in the s with such examples as A Trip to Chinatown George M.
Musical comedies often took place in the here and now, in contrast to operettas, which tended to occur in exotic locales and had scores with more demanding singing roles. The Passing Show was the first revue, an evening of skits, songs, and dances based on a central theme and often showing French influence in terms of content. These three genres dominated Broadway stages until about Wodehouse, and book by Guy Bolton.
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These three genres—musical comedy, operetta, and revue—continued into the s, along with the emergence of the musical play. The operetta more or less disappeared from Broadway in the early s, but its popularity continued in Hollywood at least for another decade. It told a serious story with carefully placed songs and dances, making it an early example of the musical play.
A continuing development in the s was the revue, often with an emphasis on displaying the female form along with popular singers and dancers. Some producers launched their revues in an annual series, the most famous version of which was the Ziegfeld Follies. The s was a challenging decade for Broadway, with harder economic conditions, but was a time of significant new stars, including Ethel Merman and Mary Martin, and continued brilliant songwriting. Although Hollywood lured several creative teams away from New York, many were bicoastal.
The Gershwins did some of their best work in the satirical Of Thee I Sing and their opera Porgy and Bess , the latter a financial failure but an enduring contribution to American music. It was also a successful decade for Cole Porter, who wrote, among other works, Anything Goes Toward the end of the decade, Rodgers and Hart produced a series of sophisticated musicals with notable integration of elements, topped off with On Your Toes , with its significant use of dance, and Pal Joey , one of the first musicals to have an antihero as a male lead.