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What living musical theatre genius benefitted from being mentored early in his career by the lyricist genius Oscar Hammerstein II and the musical genius of Leonard Bernstein?
Stephen Sondheim is widely recognized not only as a genius in musical theatre, but in a class by himself. What are some of the characteristics of Sondheim works that make them unique?
Stephen Sondheim is the only individual to have won an Oscar, Tonys, Grammys, a Pulitzer Prize, and a Kennedy Center life-time achievement in the arts award.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is the only individual to have received Tony and Grammy awards, an Oscar, and a Knighthood in Great Britain.
In some ways, though Andrew Lloyd Webber was in touch musically with contemporary culture, his musicals sometimes emulated stage forms from the 19th and early 20th century. His musical Phantom of the Opera, for instance, was in many ways a “rebirth” of which early stage form?
Match the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical with its basic plot theme.
- Starlight Express
- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
- School of Rock
"The Little Engine That Could"
Wife of Argentinean dictator
School music project
Drawn from a collection of T. S. Elliot poems
High school music students