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Monday, January 11, 2010

Broadway Crossword Puzzle by Blog, Part 2

How'd you do with the first set of clues? If you missed them, the first set was given on January 4th.

So far, on your 38X38 grid, you should have the first 7 rows completely filled in, with some of the down clues hanging past.

Here we go! Good luck!

1. The first 8 blocks of row 8 are black.
2. 12 Down starts at row 8, block 9. 14 Letters: Julie, Liza and Raquel played him/her.
3. 13 Down starts at row 8, block 14. 8 Letters: Come look at the freaks here.
4. 14 Down starts at row 8, block 37. 5 Letters: Natalie's boyfriend.
5. The rest of row 8 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
6. The first 8 blocks of row 9 are black.
7. 15 Across starts at row 9, block 9. 13 Letters: Natalie sees herself as this.
8. The rest of row 9 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
9. 16 Across starts at row 10, block 23. 7 Letters: Will Rogers had a whole one of these in his honor.
10. 17 Down starts at row 10, block 26. 3 Letters: The first name of a 2008 Tony winner.
11. 18 Down starts at row 10, block 29. 3 Letters: Boyfriend/fiance of Sarah or Sophie.
12. 19 Across starts at row 10, block 34. 5 Letters: One of the original Broadway Billys.
13. The rest of row 10 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
14. 20 Down starts at row 11, block 5. 4 Letters: Jane to Josh's Tarzan.
15. The rest of row 11 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
16. 21 Down starts at row 12, block 7. 17 Letters: Disney's first Broadway hit.
17. 22 Across starts at row 12, block 9. 2 Letters: Broadway's leprechaun.
18. 23 Across starts at row 12, block 14. 11 Letters: Considered to be Sondheim's masterpiece.
19. 24 Across starts at row 12, block 32. 6 Letters: "Believe it or not," she's a 2009 Tony winner. 20. 25 Down starts at row 12, block 34. 6 Letters: County for a Spelling Bee.
21. The rest of row 12 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
22. 26 Down starts at row 13, block 28. 8 Letters: Wrote scores for See What I Wanna See and Chronicle of a Death Foretold.
23. The rest of row 13 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.
24. 27 Across starts at row 14, block 2. 6 Letters: She is the witch of the North.
25. 27 Down starts at row 14, block 2. 5 Letters: He plays Hair's Claude.
26. 28 Down starts at row 14, block 18. 5 Letters: The city that makes Norma horny in Victor/Victoria.
27. 29 Across starts at row 14, block 27. 8 Letters: Both Betty and Victoria played a mother with this first name; both "daughters" had mental issues.
28. The rest of row 14 is either black or taken by letters from previous clues.

To recap:

Across:

15. Natalie sees herself as this.
16. Will Rogers had a whole one of these in his honor.
19. One of the original Broadway Billys.
22. Broadway's leprechaun.
23. Considered to be Sondheim's masterpiece.
24. "Believe it or not," she won a 2009 Tony.
27. She is the witch of the North.
29. Both Betty and Victoria played a mother with this first name; both "daughters" had mental issues.


Down:

12. Julie, Liza and Raquel played him/her.
13. Come look at the freaks here.
14. Natalie's boyfriend.
17. The first name of a 2008 Tony winner.
18. Boyfriend to Sarah or Sophie.
20. Jane to Josh's Tarzan.
21. Disney's first Broadway hit.
25. County for the Spelling Bee.
26. Wrote the scores for See What I Wanna See and Chronicle of a Death Foretold.
27. He plays Hair's Claude.
28. City that makes Norma horny in Victor/Victoria.

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Jeff

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