Playbill Mixtape: Musical Theatre 101, 1960s Edition

Playbill Mixtape   Playbill Mixtape: Musical Theatre 101, 1960s Edition
 
From Hello, Dolly! to Camelot, from Joseph... to Hair, these 37 songs will blast you back to Broadway of the ’60s.
Playbill Mixtape Musical Theatre 101 1960s Edition
Playbill Mixtape Musical Theatre 101 1960s Edition Graphic by Felicia Fitzpatrick

The ’60s was an explosive decade in the American musical theatre. Heavy-hitters and musicals that would later earn “classic” status debuted, including Fiddler on the Roof; She Loves Me; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Hello, Dolly!; Promises, Promises; Camelot; and Hair—to name a few. This week’s Playbill Mixtape features the lesser-known tunes from scores of 1960s musicals. Consider this your education.

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As a historical guide to accompany your listening:

MUSICAL THEATRE 101, 1960S EDITION
Think “Three Letters” from She Loves Me. Think “Going Down” from Hair.

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