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What date did the Cats become the longest running show in the history of Broadway?
Asked in TV Shows and Series, The Simpsons
When did The Simpsons become the longest running primetime series?
It's never become the longest running prime time series, nor will it ever earn that accolade. The Simpsons is the longest running American animated program & the longest running prime time scripted comedy & the longest running prime time American sitcom but the title of simply 'the longest running prime time series' belongs to The Hallmark Hall of Fame which has been airing for 64 seasons [& still does] followed by Walt Disney Presents which has been airing for 54 seasons [& still does]. If you want to narrow it down to weekly series, 60 minutes is the longest running prime time series debuting in 1968.
Asked in War and Military History, Gulf War, Iraq War
What conflict that began after September 11 has now become the longest war in US history?
Asked in Les Misérables
What year did Les Miserables become a musical?
The musical opened in September 1980 at the Palais des Sports in Paris. In 1982, English producer Cameron Mackintosh began work on an English language version, with lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer. The first English production, produced by Mackintosh and directed by Trevor Nunn, opened on October 28, 1985, in the Barbican Theatre in London before moving first to the Palace Theatre and later to the Queen's Theatre, where it is still playing. The Broadway production opened on March 12, 1987 and was nominated for twelve Tony Awards, winning eight, including Best Musical and Best Original Score, and ran until 2003. It is still the third longest-running Broadway show in history
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Is barefoot running or running with shoes better?
Barefoot running does expose your foot to small objects in your running path. Unlike running with shoes your feet will reflexively change the pressure and stride to avoid injury to your feet. Over time your soles of your feet will become accustomed to the extra friction and will strengthen. It has been clamed running with shoes causes your running stride to become abnornal and your soles of your feet will become softer.
What should I major in to become a history teacher?
Asked in Afghanistan, War in Afghanistan
Will the Afghanistan war ever stop?
Asked in Phantom of the Opera Musical
What year did the phantom of the opera become a musical?
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Who is Andrew Lloyd Webber?
(born March 22, 1948, London, Eng.) British composer. He studied at Oxford and at the Royal College of Music. His first collaboration with lyricist Tim Rice (b. 1944), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968), was followed by the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar (1971), which blended classical forms with rock music. Their last major collaboration was Evita (1978). Lloyd Webber's eclectic rock-based works helped revitalize musical theatre. In both London and New York City, his musical Cats (1981), based on poems by T.S. Eliot, became the longest-running musical in history. He later collaborated on Starlight Express (1984), The Phantom of the Opera (1986), and Sunset Boulevard (1993), among other stage works; in 2006 The Phantom of the Opera surpassed Cats to become the longest-running show on Broadway. He was knighted in 1992 and ennobled in 1997.
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How can you become a longshoreman without in history in the field?
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How long does a class a misdemeanor in New Hampshire stay on your record?
What is the longest running soap opera?
Guiding Light is the soap opera with the longest run. It began on radio in 1937 and made the transition to television in June 1952 until it ended in 2009, a 57 year run on TV (18,262 episodes) & a 15 year run on radio makes a total run of 72 years. However if you specify television runs, Coronation Street which debuted in December 1960, has matched GL's television run in 2017 with 57 years and will become the longest running next year but still has a ways to go before it matches its total run.
Why was William Henry Harrison famous?
He had the shortest Presidency in American history, dying in office after one month. He was the oldest President elected at that time, and he gave the longest inaugural address in American history after a grueling trip to Washington in the bitterly cold and rainy day. He caught a cold that become pneumonia, which would kill him.