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Best Broadway Musicals of the 1990s

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Rated 5 points - posted 3 years ago by plink in category Music.
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Miss Saigon Report Abuse
One of the longest running musicals in broadway history, this beautiful score grossed $285,843,974 at the box office.
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The Lion King Report Abuse
Broadway had never seen anything like it and may never again. Still playing on Broadway and nearly everywhere in the world.
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Rent Report Abuse
Brought AIDS center stage through a sensational rock-opera score by the unparalleled Jonathan Larson.
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Titanic Report Abuse
Tony for Best Musical in 1997.
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Parade Report Abuse
Jason. Robert. Brown.
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Side Show Report Abuse
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Ragtime Report Abuse
epic in scale and sound, Ragtime is one of the most ambitions musicals in the broadway canon.
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Beauty and the Beast Report Abuse
The first Disney musical to reach Broadway.
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Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk Report Abuse
Savion Glover became an iconic force in this telling of black history from slavery to 1996.
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The Secret Garden Report Abuse
Enchanting theatre with an all-female creative team (Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon).
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Blood Brothers Report Abuse
A forgotten gem. If you don't know this Willy Russel musical, look it up right now.
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Aspects of Love Report Abuse
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The Will Rogers Follies Report Abuse
Beat out Miss Saigon in 1991 for Best Musical, though few remember that fact...
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Once on This Island Report Abuse
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Crazy For You Report Abuse
An instant classic from 1992.
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Passion Report Abuse
The only show of Sondheim's--other than Sweeney Todd--that he conceived himself.
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Sunset Boulevard Report Abuse
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Kiss of the Spider Woman Report Abuse
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Smokey Joe's Cafe Report Abuse
Still on tour everywhere.
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Jelly's Last Jam Report Abuse
Gregory Hines won the Tony for his performance as Jelly Roll Morton in the jazzy musical from 1992.
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