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Andrew Lloyd Webber

It only takes a minute to shoot your lyricist. Go »

Annie Jones

This beard attracted a freakish number of onlookers in the late 19th century. Go »

Annie Oakley

If you're the best sharpshooter in the west, get your gun. Go »

Anthony Rapp

Success stemming from his most famous role two decades ago continues to pay his rent. Go »

Baby Esther

A lot of pop songs have been addressed to "baby," but she originated the fad of singing like a baby, which eventually led to a cartoon flapper by way of theft. Go »

Bernadette Peters

No matter how many Tonys she wins for her renowned Broadway performances, this high-pitched singer will always be remembered for that jerk she used to date. Go »

Charo

Goochi goochi! Nobody does flamboyant flamenco like this Spanish showbiz star. Go »

Christopher Marlowe

This 16th century playwright and poet is still believed by many to have written Shakespeare's plays but that theory has long been debunked. Go »

Dan Rice

If you think the White House has become a one-horse circus only in modern times, you're jumping on a false bandwagon. Go »

Daveed Diggs

Moving at such a fast clip., you may ask yourself, "What did I miss?" Go »

Dita Von Teese

puts the teese in striptease Go »

Eric Bogosian

Don't pound your forehead if you can't guess this goo who left talk radio in suburbia with the intent of enforcing the order of law. Go »

Eve Ensler

This writer has found estimable success with a laser-like focus on one body part. Go »

Florence Foster Jenkins

Sometimes you love something so much that you kill it. She loved opera singing. And the opera loved her back. Go »

Guy Laliberté

He made a fortune in a circus career, lost a fortune in a poker career, and spent a fortune visiting space and buying an island. Go »

Harry Goz

If you're looking for this broadway actor and underwear model, you'd better check under the sea. That is where you'll find him. Go »

Idina Menzel

She could play the same part when her hit film becomes a Disney on Ice show. If John Travolta guesses this goo, he'll be wrong. Go »

Jessie Mueller

This beautiful singer clearly used to be mine. Go »

John Lloyd Young

he's not from Jersey, and he's not really a boy either Go »

Jonathan Larson

The rent was too damn high for this New York playwright, who passed away three months before his most successful show opened in 1996. Go »

Joseph Pujol

Many people make a living cutting cheese but this performer was an artiste. Go »

Klaus Nomi

How many acts feature an elf singing opera while dressed as a triangle? Oh, wait, this is the East Village we're talking about. Go »

Leslie Odom Jr.

This Tony winning actor is known nation-wide as a smash hit, to be sure, sir. Go »

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Playing an American founding father on Broadway has been one of the heights of his career. Go »

Luciano Pavarotti

Come on, how many fat, Italian opera singers are there? ...Wait, don't answer that. Go »

Marcel Marceau

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Maria Callas

It would be callous not to remember this operatic goo. Go »

Michael Williams

When he starred in Henry V with his wife Judi Dench, neither he nor the character he played were the actress who won an Emmy Award for Fosse/Verdon. Go »

Mike the Headless Chicken

Don't run around like a cliché if you can't solve this freak-show goo. Go »

Montecore

O hai! You say I cant has cheezburger? Invisible barrier, lol! Im on yr chest, eatin yr shoulder. Kthxbye. Go »

Nathan Lane

He's been a Broadway producer (in title only) and a cartoon meerkat (in voice only). Go »

Neil Simon

There's nothing odd about a Brooklyn Jew writing about life in the Deep South. Go »

Orson Bean

His many appearances on shows like To Tell the Truth and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, as well as his acting in productions like Being John Malkovich, The Hobbit, and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, did not diminish his love for the theater. Go »

Oscar Wilde

This celebrated playwright and author gave us such wilde characters as Dorian Gray, Lady Windermere, and an important Ernest. Go »

Pearl Bailey

This St. Louis woman was known for Hello, Dolly! and Carmen Jones, not for Irish cream. Go »

Peter Pan

This beloved fairy-boy and peanut butter mascot helped children everywhere find Neverland. Go »

Roy Horn

If the answer to this horny goo eludes you, I promise not to bite your head off. Go »

Señor Wences

Is it all right? It is all right. Go »

Shamu

If this goo seems fishy, I assure you, the answer is clearly black and white. Go »

Tennessee Williams

Named for a state to the southeast of St. Louis, this playwright desired to see his most famous works on the screen. Go »

Tommy Tune

Being from Texas didn't make him a Whore. Go »

Tyler Perry

If you were to read this playwright's diary, you might learn about his outspoken grandmother. (And no, he's not in Aerosmith.) Go »

Whiplash the Cowboy Monkey

Now that there is one odd bronc buster. Go »

William Shakespeare

More liketh poems were his lov'ed plays. Go »

Zero Mostel

This milkman almost amounted to nothing on Broadway. Go »