These goos are from the Theater category, people famous for their work in live theater. Browse another way.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

It only takes a minute to shoot your lyricist. 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »