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Well, my "little vacation" ended up lasting two and a half years... funny how life steers your life in directions you weren't planning on. I'll start off with occasional posts, but I fully plan to resume this blog to full speed by the new year.

I hope you'll come back for frequent visits, to see new reviews, to share opinions, to take a survey (or two), and to celebrate the shows and show people that have made the TheatreScene!

Jeff

Monday, January 25, 2010

Broadway Crossword by Blog, Part 4

Here are the clues for Part 4 of the Broadway Crossword Puzzle by Blog!  Good luck!


If you missed the first set of clues, click here.
If you missed the second set of clues, click here.
For clues from Part 3, click here.


So far, on your 38X38 grid, you should have the first 22 rows completely filled in, with some of the down clues hanging past. Here are clues for rows 23 - 30.

NOTE: After each row's clues are given, you can assume that every remaining block on that row is either black or being used by a previous clue.

1.  Row 23, block 3, 6 letters.  45 Across: One of the writers of Chicago.
2.  Row 23, block 11, 10 letters.  46 Down: Norbert, John and Sherie Renee were these.
3.  Row 23, block 18, 12 letters.  47 Down: This play stars 3 stewardesses.
4.  Row 23, block 26.  3 letters. 48 Across: One of the writers of Cabaret.
5.  Row 23, block 29.  9 letters.  49 Down: "Good Morning, ______"
6.  Row 24, block 33.  4 letters. 50 Down: Music for a delayed web-slinger will be provided by this guy.
7.  Row 25, block 2.  6 letters.  51 Across: Forbush or Lovett.
8.  Row 25, block 17.  12 letters.  52 Across: Winner of 3 2009 Tony Awards.
9.  Row 26, block 9.  10 letters. 53 Down: Les Miz and Jude Law were recent tenants of this theatre.
10.  Row 26, block 31.  9 letters.  54 Down: Both 26 Down & 72 Down wrote musicals based on this poem, with The ______.
11.  Row 27, block 7.  15 letters.  55 Across: Tony winner for Sheik and Jones.
12.  Row 27, block 15.  12 letters.  56 Down: They're creepy, they're kooky, and they're coming soon to Broadway, with The _______.
13.  Row 27, block 26.  9 letters.  57 Across: His Plays didn't last very long this season.
14.  Row 27, block 37.  4 letters.  58 Down:  He and Horton felt "All Alone in the Universe."
15.  Row 28, block 1.  8 letters. 59 Down:  Twain play recently resurfaced on Broadway.
16.  Row 28, block 35.  4 letters. 60 Across: It is over Buffalo.
17.  Row 29, block 5.  4 letters.  61 Down: Bea played her in Mame.
18.  Row 29, block 21.  8 letters.  62 Down:  The current Madame Armfeldt.
19.  Row 29, block 25.  8 letters.  63 Down: Replaced James in 35 Across.
20.  Row 30, block 17.  5 letters.  64 Across: Means "darkness" and was a Tony-winning role for Murphy.
21.  Row 30, block 33.  6 letters.  65 Across: Mr. Garfield to Paula and Lucy.

REMEMBER: After each row's clues are given, you can assume that every remaining block on that row is either black or being used by a previous clue.  And, yes, the pictures below are clues to the clues!

To Re-cap:




Across:
45.  One of the writers of Chicago.
48.  One of the writers of Cabaret.
51.  Forbush or Lovett.
52.  Winner of 3 2009 Tony Awards.
55.  Tony-winner for Sheik and Jones.
57.  His Plays didn't last long this season.
60.  It is over Buffalo.
64.  Means "darkness" and was a Tony-winning role for Murphy.
65.  Mr. Garfield to Paula and Lucy.




Down:
46.  Norbert, John and Sherie Renee were these.
47.  This play stars 3 stewardesses.
49.  "Good Morning, ________"
50.  Music for this delayed web-slinger will be provided by this guy.
53.  Les Miz and Jude Law were recent tenants of this theatre.

54.  Both 26 Down & 72 Down wrote musicals based on this poem, with The _____.
56.  They're creepy, they're kooky, and they're coming soon to Broadway, with The ________.
58.  He and Horton felt "All Alone in the Universe."
59.  Twain play recently resurfaced on Broadway.
61.  Bea played her in Mame.
62.  The current Madame Armfeldt.
63.  Replaced James in 35 Across.

Comments?  Suggestions for another puzzle?  Leave one here or email me at jkstheatrescene@yahoo.com.

Jeff

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