According to www.wikipedia.com, Cabaret is a musical with a book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and music by John Kander.
The dances are also choroegraphed by Bob Fosse.
The name of the musical would be . . . Are you ready for this? CABARET - WJS1632 - Actually, Judy Garland never sang a song called "Cabaret" or did a show (stage or screen) called "Cabaret". He must be confused with Garland's daughter, Liza Minnelli, who starred in the film "Cabaret" from the Broadway musical of the same name. Minnelli did NOT appear in the Broadway musical, just the film. Addendum: You're absolutely right! I apologize for not paying closer attention to the question. - wjs1632 -
John Larson wrote the music for "Rent" a musical on Broadway.
He performed a concert, which eventually went to VHS and CD, on Broadway in 1993, but he never performed in or wrote a Broadway play or musical.
Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
It was written by Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
Richard Rogers wrote the music and Oscar Hammerstein II wrote all of the lyrics and the book(script)
Richard Rodgers wrote the music and Oscar Hammerstein II wrote the lyrics to the Broadway musical "The Sound of Music" in 1959. It became an Oscar-winning movie in 1965.
Broadway was first known as Vaudeville, which was just a large cabaret of different acts.
The writer of the broadway musical Dreamgirls was Bill Condon. This musical has a great rating and success throughout its main play time. Bill Condon has also written other play such as Chicago and Kinsey.
You may be thinking of the Broadway musical "Allegro" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein (1947).
the Black Crook is the first musical that was on Broadway
Catherine Johnson, writer of the Mamma Mia musical on Broadway, also wrote the Mamma Mia movie script.
Weird Al's Broadway Style Cabaret Review - 2012 was released on: USA: 15 March 2012
Cabaret (film/musical) was set in 1930s Berlin, when Nazis and Hitler were on the rise.
There is but at the same time there isn't. It is slighlty confusing but just try to understand this: When A musical first comes (If it starts on Broadway st N.Y.C) then it is a Broadway Musical. But once it goes on tour to everywhere (London,States,Canada) Then it is considered "Off-Broadway". All that means is it ONCE was on Broadway and now is touring, or is done performing for good. If it doesn't start on Broadway st N.Y.C it is just considered a "musical" and can never be a "Broadway musical" or a "Off-Broadway musical." But Broadway musicals and Off-Broadway musicals are still musicals, so it just depends on weather or not you are very picky in arts or not.
"Police raided the cabaret because of the illicit drug use there." "She began her singing career in a cabaret, but she was soon cast in several Broadway plays." (song lyrics) "Life is a cabaret, my friend; come to the cabaret."
on Broadway, in a Broadway musical.
The White Christmas musical on Broadway was a very famous and well known musical during Christmas time. The White Christmas musical on Broadway was opened in 2008.
For the 1971 play, Jim Jacobs wrote the characters of Sandy and Danny, and the storyline. He and Warren Casey wrote the songs.
No it is not a Broadway musical it is a Disney channel movie which is really stupid by the way.
There is a musical on Broadway.