Therefore, the answer is this: "Your guess is as good as mine".
However, we do know what was quite likely the first musical in New York
"According to the best contemporary scholarship, the first full length musical play performed in America was Flora (or The Hob on the Wall), a Ballad Opera presented in Charleston as early as 1735. New York's first-known professional musical production was a five performance run of John Gay's satirical British ballad opera The Beggar's Opera, offered by Walter Murray and Thomas Kean's traveling theatrical troupe at the Nassau Street Theatre on Dec.3, 1750."
"The Capeman" was musician Paul Simon's first Broadway musical.
The first staged show was in march 1993 at the New York Theatre Workshop and first appeared on original Broadway in April 29, 1996. On Broadway the show achieved critical acclaims and word of mouth popularity.
The Phantom of the Opera first appeared on Broadway on January 26, 1988. It is the longest running Broadway show.
she was in a broadway show with ariana grande
The original production of Bye Bye Birdie first appeared on Broadway on April 14, 1960. The show ran for over a year and has been reintroduced on Broadway many times.
His first Broadway show was A Christmas Carol in November-December 2000. He played several minor roles and Tiny Tim in a couple of performances.
A Christmas Carol in 2000
Annnie was a Broadway show.
Beauty and the Beast
There are many Broadway shows!