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musical in Music topic

musicalmusical2 ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š APMAPTa play or film that includes singing and dancing πŸ”Š Webber had three musicals playing in London at one time.Broadway/West End musical (=one that is performed in New York’s or London’s important theatres) πŸ”Š Carroll appeared in a number of Broadway musicals.
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musicalβ€’ a hit song from the 1940 musical "Pal Joey"β€’ Merrick offered a revealing critique of Stephen Sondheim's high-concept Follies, a musical about ageing showgirls in midlife crisis.β€’ No, it was because O Brother is a musical.β€’ a Broadway musicalβ€’ It also features serious drama festivals, touring shows, lively musicals and pantomime.β€’ In addition, almost every major musical of the past twenty-five years appears somewhere in the lists.β€’ His embrace of popular culture extended to the movie musicals of the time, which provided lucrative employment.β€’ But its demise was further justification to the movie industry that musicals are the kiss of death.β€’ Last year the musical had the audience dancing in the aisles so tickets are selling fast.β€’ The musicals are a real horse race.Broadway/West End musicalβ€’ Essentially Manchester's only outlet for West End musicals, the theatre didn't know what had hit it.