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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


1. Oliver!

2. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

3. Once on this Island

4. Aladdin Jr.

5. Annie Get Your Gun

6. Annie Jr.

7. Bells Are Ringing

8. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

9. Broadway and Beyond

10. Bugsy Jr.

11. Camelot

12. The Civil War (Wildhorn/Murphy/Boyd musical)

13. Dark Of The Moon

14. Footloose

15. Honk!

16. Godspell Jr.

17. Guys and Dolls

18. Into the Woods

19. The King And I

20. The Mikado

21. Man of La Mancha

22. The Most Happy Fella

23. The Music Man

24. The Mystery of Edwin Drood

25. Oklahoma!

26. Pirates of Penzance

27. Ransom of Red Chief

28. Squad Room (also a Kelly)

29. The Vampyre (by Tim Kelly)

30. The Velveteen Rabbit

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