How Well Do You Know Broadway?

Broadway

One of the categories on a recent Jeopardy! episode was “Broadway Debuts.”   Here are the answers; just come up with the correct question for each. I’ll give the questions in a future post:

  1. 2003 was a great year for this boy from Oz: he debuted in “The Boy from Oz” & hosted the Tony Awards.
  2. She made her Broadway debut in “The Boy Friend” in 1954; starring roles in “My Fair Lady” & “Camelot” were soon to come.
  3. “I don’t even like the theater!” said the 67-year-old sourpuss comedian about his 2015 bow in his own play “Fish in the Dark.”
  4. Before “Wicked,” she won a Theater World Award for her role in the 1997 musical “Steel Pier.”
  5. Diane Keaton debuted in the original 1968 run of this musical as an understudy to a member of “The Tribe.”

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Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer

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My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death at the Cloisters (just published!)

Death Inside Diamond Head (under construction)

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