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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Broadway Crossword by Blog: The Divas: The Answers

Well!  If you are here, it is probably because you finished the second crossword puzzle.  If that's the case, CONGRATULATIONS!  If not, NO CHEATING!  All of the clues, along with how to set it up, can be found by clicking "Broadway Games" above.

The next crossword won't start until mid-June.  There is just too much coming up before the Tony Awards to put in a new puzzle.  But along the way, there might be a different game or two to hold you game lovers over.

OK!  Here are your answers!

Across:

2  Her address is 10086 Sunset Boulevard: Norma Desmond
4  One of the two Hilton sisters depicted in Side Show: Daisy
6  The she-ogre of Shrek: Fiona
7  She wants her students to "shine": Mrs Wilkinson
9  There are worse things she could do: Rizzo
10  Elle Woods' school: Harvard
13  Kerry Butler's role in Hairspray: Penny Pingleton
16  She's "on her own": Eponine
20  Tony-winning vehicle for Sutton Foster: Thoroughly Modern Millie
24  Rosie O'Donnell produced this show: Taboo
25  She teaches as Shiz University: Morrible
29  Tony-winner for Ragtime: Audra McDonald
33  According to her, "Everything's Alright": Mary
34  Simba's girl: Nala
35  Sherrie in Rock of Ages: Amy Spanger
36  She played Harold's wife in The Full Monty: Emily Skinner
37  The object of the Phantom's obsession: Christine
40  The original Zsa Zsa: George Hearn
42  Bernardo's girl: Anita
44  Betty Buckley played him: Edwin Drood
45  She was Evita: Patti LuPone
46  Peggy Sawyer's hometown: Allentown
48  Liza in the movie; Natasha in the revival: Sally Bowles
51  She played Melpomene in Xanadu: Mary Testa
53  My Fair Lady's Miss Doolittle: Eliza
54  She toasts the ladies who lunch: Joanne
55  She played PT Barnum's wife: Glenn Close
56  Her dance card read, "Dance: 10, Looks: 3": Val
57  How do you solve a problem like her?: Maria
58  Jo March's mother: Marmee
59  She told you she's NOT going: Effie


Down:

1  Personal secretary to Mame: Gooch
3  Flop play for Kristin: Epic Proportions
4  The Miss Hannigan who replaced Angela as Mrs. Lovett: Dorothy
5  There's never been a musical like her: Carrie
8  She was Mame: Angela Lansbury
11  The only Jet that is a girl: Anybodys
12  Tony-winning Anna from The King and I: Murphy
14  Tony-winner for Ain't Misbehavin': Nell Carter
15  Linda Eder's only Broadway show to date: Jekyll and Hyde
17  Show that won Bernadette her first Tony: Song and Dance
18  A Lincoln Center Theater is named after her: Vivian Beaumont
19  She was Miss Baltimore Crabs: Velma VanTussle
21  Margaret in Light in the Piazza: Victoria
22  The object of Huey's obsession: Felicia
23  She was in love with Greaseball, the diesel engine: Dinah
26  He played Edna: Harvey
27  Little Women author: Alcott
28  She played Golda Mier: Tova Felshuh (NOTE THE MISSPELLING)
30  Victor or Victoria: Julie Andrews
31  Show for Velma and Roxie: Chicago
32  Edie and Little Edie were the subjects of this musical: Grey Gardens
38  She directed Vanities: The Musical: Ivey
39  She co-wrote Shrek: Tesori
41  Albert Peterson's secretary: Rose Alvarez
43  The other Hilton sister depicted in Side Show (with 4 Across): Violet
47  Once on this Island is her story: Ti Moune
49  She is The Little Mermaid: Ariel
50  Both Blood Brothers loved her: Linda
52  She knows when the sun'll come out: Annie


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Jeff

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