Would you be happiest tap dancing in a golden age musical or are you most at home with the edgy current theatre of today? Take this quiz to find out!
Whether it’s the Roaring ’20s or depression-era Manhattan, you’re most at home in the Broadway of the early 20th century. When it comes to musical entertainment, you prefer shows that focus more on spectacle and pizazz than story—and after a night at the theatre, you hit up the nearest speakeasy for some contraband hooch and jazz music! Put on the Rodgers and Hart, Irving Berlin, and Cole Porter, because you belong in Broadway’s early days!
You like a good old fashioned overture, followed by a good old-fashioned musical, modeled on the hits of Rodgers and Hammerstein—or better yet, written by the iconic duo themselves. The war is over, and you're looking forward to settling down to a quiet suburban life—but of course you love the occasional dream ballet.
Do we smell a Sondheim fan? Someone doesn’t like sticking to the status quo, preferring to shake things up. It’s an exciting moment in Broadway history to be alive—and one in which you thrive. From Company to Promises, Promises and A Chorus Line, you want to be there as Broadway redefines itself. Hotcha! Whoopee!
Pip pip! Cheerio! Looks like we found the Anglophile! When it comes to musical theatre, you like it epic, spectacle-driven, and filled with emotional power ballads. Given that Les Misérables, Cats, Evita, The Phantom fo the Opera, and Miss Saigon all opened during this period, you clearly often find yourself wishing for One Day More of the 80s and early 90s on Broadway.
When it comes to the theatre, you prefer to be in the Now. Lucky for you, you don’t have to imagine what it’s like to be alive right now, because you how lucky you are! Hamilton is running strong on Broadway and touring the country, Spring Awakening has already had two separate Broadway productions, and there are exciting, new musicals working towards becoming your new favorite show.
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