Questions to How Well Do You Know Broadway?

Here are the questions to the Jeopardy! answers in the category “Broadway Names” I posted last month:

  1. Brian Stokes Mitchell’s roles have included Coalhouse Walker Jr. in “Ragtime” & Don Quixote in this musical. – What is “Man of LaMancha?”
  2. This choreographer-director and his wife Gwen Verdon were the subjects of a series on FX. – Who is Bob Fosse?
  3. Daniel Radcliffe has been horsin’ around on Broadway since his 2008 debut in this Peter Shaffer drama. – What is “Equus?”
  4. In 2019 the lights on Broadway dimmed in memory of this legend who passed away at the age of 97. – Who is Carol Channing?
  5. A Broadway theatre is named for this late caricaturist whom the N.Y. Times called “the most celebrated artist in the theater.”. – Who is Al Hirschfeld?

I again got three of them correct; how did you do?

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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

Death Inside Diamond Head (under construction)

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