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Andrew Lloyd Webber
It only takes a minute to shoot your lyricist. Go »
She's been a nightclub DJ, a lounge singer, a nightclub manager, a performance artist, a psychedelic rock frontwoman, the star of several one-woman shows, a magazine columnist, and when she has the time, a Hollywood actress opposite stars like John Malkovich, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Wanda Sykes. Go »
This beard attracted a freakish number of onlookers in the late 19th century. Go »
If you're the best sharpshooter in the west, get your gun. Go »
Success stemming from his most famous role two decades ago continues to pay his rent. Go »
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 »
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 »
Goochi goochi! Nobody does flamboyant flamenco like this Spanish showbiz star. Go »
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 »
He made his name performing Shakespeare around the world, but The Sound of Music was too plum of a role to decline. Go »
His song became synonymous with the South, and his acting troupe synonymous with racism. Go »
If you think the White House has become a one-horse circus only in modern times, you're jumping on a false bandwagon. Go »
Moving at such a fast clip., you may ask yourself, "What did I miss?" Go »
This playwright and producer, the first to adapt Madame Butterfly to the stage, was among the foremost Americans devoted to the theater in the late 1800s. The Belasco Theatre is named in his memory. Go »
On stage, his projects concerned ducks and buffaloes. On film, he covered homicides and heists. His most successful project spanned both media and concerned two Glens. Go »
It would be callous not to remember this operatic goo. Go »
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 »
O hai! You say I cant has cheezburger? Invisible barrier, lol! Im on yr chest, eatin yr shoulder. Kthxbye. Go »
He's been a Broadway producer (in title only) and a cartoon meerkat (in voice only). Go »
There's nothing odd about a Brooklyn Jew writing about life in the Deep South. Go »
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 »
This celebrated playwright and author gave us such wilde characters as Dorian Gray, Lady Windermere, and an important Ernest. Go »
This St. Louis woman was known for Hello, Dolly! and Carmen Jones, not for Irish cream. Go »
This beloved fairy-boy and peanut butter mascot helped children everywhere find Neverland. Go »
Seventy-six musical instruments won this musical guy a Tony and then a Golden Globe nomination. Go »
If the answer to this horny goo eludes you, I promise not to bite your head off. Go »
If this goo seems fishy, I assure you, the answer is clearly black and white. Go »
This Broadway giant recently passed away, but the songs that he wrote will live on, in beloved musicals like West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, Gypsy, Follies, Into the Woods, A Little Night Music, and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Go »
Named for a state to the southeast of St. Louis, this playwright desired to see his most famous works on the screen. Go »
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