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News Plays Wildly Inappropriate Spider-Man Video During Ray Rice Segment
This is KMSP's nightly news broadcast in Minneapolis and while discussing Ray Rice's public apology to his wife today, they obviously had the wrong tape set to roll. Instead of throwing it to video of a contrite Ray Rice, they showed Spiderman ...
Does The NFL Think Ray Rice's Wife Deserved It?
... a certain kind of right-thinking sentiment among the public—suddenly go soft on Ray Rice? Or, to put it another way: How the fuck was an NFL player who got caught on video dragging his unconscious fiancée out of an elevator suspended only two games?
Ravens Insider: On Ray Rice's apology [VIDEO]
Ravens beat reporter Aaron Wilson talks about Ravens running back Ray Rice and his meeting with the media for the first time since his suspension. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video). The Baltimore Sun. 7:13 p.m. EDT, July 31, 2014. Copyright © 2014 ...
Ray Rice apologizes for role in domestic dispute, promises to be better man
Ray Rice took questions on Thursday from the media for the first time since a video showed him dragging his unconscious then-fiancée, Janay Palmer, out of an Atlantic City hotel elevator in February. Rice finally gave the public apology people have ...
Whats your favourite song that mentions the word "Somebody" in the title or lyrics ? by Monster Moose
Q: To love somebody ~ Damien Rice & Ray Lamontagne
A: So many great songs have already been taken including yours. I like Rays version and the Bee Gees original
When Somebody Loved Me - Sarah McLachlan
Somebody Like You - Keith Urban - I know it's Country but I love this song
With A Littlle Help From My Friends - The Beatles ("Do You need anybody? I Want somebody to love")
McArthur Park - Richard Harris ("Somebody Left The Cake Out In The Rain") whoops that' someone not somebody - oh well
Does anyone know what REALLY happened with Ray Rice? by Robert S
Q: Please do not bash me or insult me. I have only followed it vaguely on the internet. As far as I know all the video showed was him dragging her out of an elevator. So, does anyone ...show more
A: All reports and indications show that they were involved in some physical altercation. Enough for her to be knocked out
I got an X-ray and they told me my neck lost it's curve. What does that mean? by Durable Med
Q: I was visiting in China and one morning I moved the wrong way and heard a pop in my neck. After that there was extreme pain. I went to the hospital there and had an x-ray done on my ...show more
A: The critical detail is that your neck is straight. A very characteristic appearance on X-Ray exam, but readily apparent on physical exam.
Ever hear of Tennis Elbow? The person extends the arm too far, and the bones, muscles, tendons "team up" to keep the person from doing that again. Well, for whatever movement you made, your sudden extension of your neck has caused you to have whiplash symptoms. It is also called neck sprain and neck strain. Your neck is straight, and your muscles, etc. are 'anxious' that it not happen again.
You weren't in a rear-end collision, and you are fortunate. The crisis was a short-term one, and now you say your "neck has been sore every once in awhile". And now you are being very careful not to duplicate the movement you made in China. But you really shouldn't be feeling like you're under the sword of it happening again. But as a reminder, you need to make sure your vehicle's head rest is positioned so that it is right at the back of your head, rather than lower. Because if you get rear-ended, you don't want your neck being extended over the headrest.
And now that you are concerned about the episode happening again, I suggest you learn how to relax those muscles, even by self-massage, all the way down to your trapezius.
You mentioned cost. Get some rice. Put about 3 inches of it in a cotton sock, tie it off firmly, and cut away the extra. Then do it again. Put these two 'rice bags' into another cotton sock, tie off firmly, and lay on it to relax those scalenes, the muscles in the back of the neck. One of the rice bags at the base of your skull, both sides. If you want to pamper yourself, warm the rice in the microwave first. And if headaches should show up anytime, put a couple of tennis balls in a sock and position it in the same way.
Or take the same rice/sock arrangement, warm it, and with a piece of string on it, flip it to your back and find a place that can benefit from the warmth and some pressure. Sit in a chair and move it around, the string can help.
Count yourself blessed that your issue was not from a car accident, about half the people never get over it, and I think they should be doing mobility and self-massage routines early, instead of just holding everything in place and developing unfortunate mobility issues.
By the way, one of the troublesome muscles in the neck is the sternocleidomastoid. The last 3 sites give details, I really suggest you do some serios reading regarding the Sternocleidomastoid Syndrome. And a simple stretch video in the last site.
Is the Tea Party is complete disarray with the Palin-Rice sex revelation? by rowan volvo
Q: Will we ever see Sarah Palin in public again? Will her KKK backers slit their wrists in agony?
A: No we want to see the sex video on Blue-Ray. Palin is hot!!!! Also the KKK is a Democrat thing.
Ray Rice Suspended 2 Games by The NFL Your Thoughts? by Lonesome Rhodes Q: Video
Musical videos? by Allison
Q: i'm in chorus as a class and my teacher asks us for suggestions for movies for us to watch if we have a substitute but we always end up watching boring stuff because no one can ...show more
A: high school musical
* 110 in the Shade, (1963) Broadway musical by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones.
* 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, (1976) Broadway musical by Leonard Bernstein and Alan J. Lerner.
* 1776, (1969, revival 1997) Broadway musical by Sherman Edwards.
* 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, (2005) Broadway musical by William Finn.
* 42nd Street, (1980) Broadway musical by Harry Warren and Al Dubin
* 70 Girls 70, (1971) Broadway musical by Kander and Ebb
* Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick, (1952) film with songs by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston.
* Abbacadabra, (1983) London musical.
* About Face, 1952 film with songs by Peter de Rose et al.
* Abyssinia, (1906) Broadway musical with music by Will Marion Cook and Bert Williams.
* Ace of Clubs, (1950) London musical with music and lyrics by Noel Coward.
* The Act, (1977) Broadway musical by Kander and Ebb.
* Adèle, (1913) Broadway musical with music by Jean Briquet and Adolph Phillipp.
* Adonis, (1884) Broadway musical.
* The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, (1994) Australian film.
* Affair in Trinidad, (1952) film with songs by Lester Lee, Bob Russell et al.
* The Affairs of Dobie Gillis, (1953) film.
* Afgar,(1919) Broadway musical by Charles Cuvillier and Douglas Furher.
* Africana, (1934) Broadway musical by Donald Heyward.
* Aida, (2000) Broadway musical by (Elton John and Tim Rice).
* Ain't Misbehavin', (1978) Broadway musical revue featuring the music of Fats Waller.
* Ain't Supposed To Die A Natural Death, 1971 Broadway musical by Melvin Van Peebles.
* Aladdin,(1958) TV musical by Cole Porter.
* Aladdin, (1992) animated film with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice.
* Ali Baba, a French language musical
* Alice in Wonderland, (1951) animated film with music and lyrics by Bob Hilliard, Sammy Fain et al.
* Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, (1972) film with music by John Barry.
* Alice with Kisses, (1964) Off-Broadway musical.
* Alive and Kicking, (1950) Broadway musical revue with music by Hoagy Carmichael, et al.
* All-American, (1962), Broadway musical by Charles Strouse and Lee Adams
* All Hands on Deck, 1961 film with music by Cyril Mockridge.
* All in Fun, 1940 Broadway musical revue with music by Baldwin Bergerson, John Rox et al.
* All in Love, 1961 Off-Broadway musical.
* All Shook Up, 2005 Broadway Jukebox musical.
* All That Jazz, 1979 film directed by Bob Fosse.
* All the King's Horses, 1934 Broadway musical and 1935 film with music by Edward Horan.
* Allegro, 1947 Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
* An Alligator Named Daisy, 1955 film with music by Stanley Black, Sam Coslow, et al.
* Alma, Where Do You Live?, 1910 Broadway musical with music by Jean Briquet.
* Alone At Last, 1914 Broadway musical by Franz Lehár et al.
* Along Fifth Avenue, (1949) Broadway musical revue with music by Gordon Jenkins, et al.
* Ambassador, (1972) Broadway musical with music by Dan Gohman.
* Amen Corner, (1983) Broadway musical with music by Garry Sherman.
* American Pop, (1981) animated film directed by Ralph Bakshi paralleling the history of American popular music.
* An American In Paris, film 1951 (George and Ira Gershwin)
* America's Sweetheart (musical), Broadway musical (1931) with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart
* Amorous Flea, Off-Broadway musical (1964)
* Amour (musical), (2002) Broadway musical by Michel Legrand
* Amphitryon,, film 1935
* Anastasia, animated film 1997 (Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty)
* Anchors Aweigh, film 1945
* And the Angels Sing, film 1944
* And the World Goes 'Round, (a revue of the work of Kander and Ebb)
* Andre Charlot's Revue of 1924, (1924) various composers and lyricists.
* Andy Hardy's Private Secretary, film 1941
* Angel, 1978
* Angel in the Wings, revue 1947
* Animal Crackers (musical), (1928) Broadway musical
* Ankles Aweigh, (1955), Broadway musical with music by Sammy Fain
* Anne and Gilbert
* Anne of Green Gables
* Annie, Broadway musical (1977) (music: Charles Strouse, lyrics: Martin Charnin) Notable songs: "Tomorrow," "A Hard-Knock Life."
* Annie Get Your Gun, (1946) (Irving Berlin) Notable song: "There's No Business Like Show Business."
* Annie Warbucks, Off-Broadway musical (1993), sequel to Annie
* Anya (musical), (1965), Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest
* Anyone Can Whistle, Broadway musical (1964) with book by Arthur Laurents, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
* Anything Goes, Broadway musical (1934) with music and lyrics by (Cole Porter) Notable songs: "Anything Goes," "You're the Top," "I Get a Kick out of You."
* Applause, Broadway musical (1970) with book by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams)
* Apple Blossoms, 1919
* The Apple Tree, Broadway musical (1966) with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick.
* April in Paris, film (1952)
* April Love, film (1957)
* Arabian Nights, music and lyrics: Carmen Lombardo, John Jacob Lœb
* The Arcadians (musical), London (1909)
* Archy and Mehitabel (musical)
* Are You With It?, Broadway musical (1945)
* Argentine Nights, film (1940)
* The Aristocats, animated feature film (1970)
* Arms and the Girl, Broadway musical (1950) with music by Morton Gould and lyrics by Dorothy Fields
* Around the World (musical), revue 1911
* Around the World in 80 Days (musical), (1946), Broadway musical with songs by Cole Porter
* Arthur! Arthur!, A musical retelling of Dudley Moore's Arthur films
* Artists and Models, 1955 film starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Notable song "Innamorata"
* As Long As They're Happy, film 1954
* As the Girls Go, Broadway musical (1948) music: Jimmy McHugh, lyrics: Harold Adamson
* As Thousands Cheer, Broadway musical (1933) with songs by Irving Berlin
* Aspects of Love, (1990) (music: Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics: Don Black, Charles Hart) Notable song: "Love Changes Everything"
* Assassins, Off-Broadway musical (1990) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, premiered on Broadway in 2004
* At Home Abroad, Broadway revue (1935) music: Arthur Schwartz, lyrics: Howard Dietz.
* At Long Last Love, film 1975
* At the Circus, film 1939
* At the Drop of a Hat, London revue (1956), produced on Broadway in 1959
* At the Drop of Another Hat, London revue (1963), produced on Broadway in 1966
* At War with the Army, film 1950
* Athena, film 1954
* The Athenian Touch, Off-Broadway musical (1964)
* Aunt Sally, film (1933)
* Avenue Q Broadway musical (2003). Notable songs: "It Sucks To Be Me," "Everyone's A Little Bit Racist," "If You Were Gay," "The Internet Is For Porn," "There's A Fine, Fine Line"
* Babes in Arms, Broadway musical (1937) music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Lorenz Hart, i. e., Rodgers and Hart.
* Babes in the Wood (musical), Off-Broadway musical (1964) by Rick Besoyan
* Babes in Toyland, Broadway (1903), film 1961; music: Victor Herbert, lyrics: Glen MacDonough.
* Babes on Broadway, MGM film (1941) with Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland
* Babette (musical) 1903
* Baby, Broadway musical (1983) with music by David Shire and lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr.
* Back To The 80's! (2000) written by Neil Gooding www.backtothe80smusical.com 
* Bajour (musical), Broadway musical (1964), music by Walter Marks, a star vehicle for Chita Rivera
* Baker Street, Broadway musical (1965) with music and lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel
* The Baker's Wife, musical with music by Stephen Schwartz, aimed at Broadway (1976), but closed during tryouts
* The Balkan Princess 1910
* Ball im Savoy Berlin 1932
* Ballad For Bimshire, Off-Broadway musical (1963)
* Ballroom, Broadway musical (1978)
* Bambi, Walt Disney film (1942)
* Band Waggon film 1940
* The Band Wagon, Broadway revue (1931) lyrics: Howard Dietz, music: Arthur Schwartz; featured Fred and Adele Astaire. Also MGM film 1953 Notable songs: "I Love Louisa," "Hoops," "Dancing in the Dark"
* Bandanna Land 1908
* Banjo Eyes, Broadway musical (1941)
* Banker's Daughter Off Broadway 1962
* Bar Mitzvah Boy (musical) 1978
* Barbarella (2004 musical)
* Bare, a Pop Opera notable songs: One, Portrait of a Girl...Jenna Leigh Green
* Bare Facts of 1926 revue 1926
* Barefoot Boy With Cheek, Broadway musical (1947)
* The Barkleys of Broadway, MGM film (1949) with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
* Barnum, Broadway musical (1980) music: Cy Coleman, lyrics: Michael Stewart
* Baron Trenek 1912
* Baroness Fiddlesticks 1904
* Bat Boy: The Musical 2001 Off-Broadway, 2004-2005 West End musical with music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe
* Bats (musical)|Bats]] (1983 Australian musical)
* Battle Of Paris, The film 1929
* Be Yourself film 1930
* Beat The Band 1942
* Beautiful Dreamer Off Broadway 1961
* The Beautiful Game, West End musical (2000) (Andrew Lloyd Webber/Ben Elton)
* Beauty and the Beast, Walt Disney film (1991) music: Alan Menken, lyrics: Howard Ashman, Tim Rice; notable songs: "Be Our Guest," "Beauty and the Beast."
* The Beauty Shop 1914
* The Beauty Spot 1909
* Beauty World ([[1988 in music|1988 Singaporean musical)
* Because You're Mine film 1952
* Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Walt Disney film 1971 (Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman), Notable songs: "The Age of Not Believing," "Substitutiary Locomotion"
* A Bedtime Story film 1933
* Beg, Borrow Or Steal 1960
* The Beggar Student 1882
* Beggar's Holiday, Broadway musical (1946) with music by Duke Ellington
* The Beggar's Opera, British ballad opera (1728) by John Gay
* The Believers (musical) Off Broadway revue 1968
* Bell Bottom George film 1943
* La Belle Hélène Paris opera bouffe (1864) with music by Jacques Offenbach
* La Belle Meuniere film 1948
* The Belle Of Brittany 1908
* The Belle Of Broadway 1902
* The Belle Of New York 1897 and film 1951
* Belle Of The Nineties film 1934
* Belle Of The Yukon film 1944
* Bells Are Ringing, Broadway musical (1956) music: Jule Styne, book and lyrics: Betty Comden, Adolph Green and film 1960.
* Belmont Varieties revue 1932
* The Beloved Vagabond film 1936
* Below The Belt Off Broadway revue 1966
* Ben Franklin in Paris, Broadway musical (1964)
* Berlin Is Mine 1966
* Berlin To Broadway With Kurt Weill revue 1972
* Bernardine film 1957
* Best Foot Forward, Broadway musical (1941) by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
* The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public 1994
* The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1978) Carol Hall, Dolly Parton
* The Best Things in Life Are Free film 1956
* Betjemania London 1976
* Bette Midler's Clams On The Half Shell revue 1975
* Bette! Divine Madness revue 1979
* The Better 'Ole London 1917
* Better Tunes revue 1922
* Betty (musical) London 1915
* Between The Devil 1937
* Beyond The Fringe London revue 1961
* Bible Salesman Off Broadway 1960
* Big - The Musical 1996 (Richard Maltby and David Shire)
* The Big Beat film 1958
* Big Boy (musical) 1925
* The Big Broadcast film 1932
* The Big Broadcast of 1936 film 1935
* The Big Broadcast of 1937 film 1936
* The Big Broadcast of 1938 film 1938
* Big Fella film 1937
* Big River (1985) Roger Miller.
* Billboard Girl film 1932
* Billie 1928
* Billie film 1965
* Billion Dollar Baby, Broadway musical (1945) with book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Morton Gould
* Billy, West End musical 1974 (book by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, music by John Barry, lyrics by Don Black)
* Billy Elliot the Musical, West End musical 2004
* The Billy Barnes Revue 1959
* Billy Noname 1970
* The Bing Boys Are Here, West End musical (1916)
* The Bing Boys On Broadway 1918
* The Bing Girls Are There 1917
* Bingo 2005
* Birds Of Paradise (musical) Off Broadway 1987
* Bitter Sweet (1929) Noel Coward
* Bittersuite 1987
* Black and Blue (musical)
* Black Bart 2001
* The Black Crook, Broadway musical (1866), various composers and lyricists.
* Black Nativity (musical) 1961
* Blackbirds of 1928 (1928), music: Jimmy McHugh, lyrics: Dorothy Fields, featured Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, notable song "Doin' the New Low-Down."
* The Black Rider 1990 musical by Robert Wilson, Tom Waits, and William S. Burroughs
* Das Blaue Vom Himmel film 1932
* Bleach 2005 Japanese anime musical
* Bless The Bride, West End musical (1947) with music by Vivian Ellis
* Bless You All, Broadway revue (1950) with music and lyrics by Harold Rome
* Blitz!, West End musical (1962) with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart
* The Blonde In Black 1903
* Die Blonde Nachtigall film 1930
* Blondel, West End theatre musical (1983) music: Stephen Oliver, lyrics: Tim Rice
* Ein Blonder Traum film 1932
* Blondie Goes Latin film 1941
* Blood Brothers, West End musical (1983) by Willy Russell; notable songs: Marylin Monroe
* Blood Red Roses 1970
* Bloomer Girl, Broadway musical (1944), music: Harold Arlen, lyrics: E. Y. Harburg.
* Blossom Time (1921), music: Franz Schubert (adapted by Sigmund Romberg), lyrics: Dorothy Donnelly.
* The Blue Angel film 1930
* Blue Bell In Fairyland London 1901
* Blue Hawaii film 1961
* Blue Holiday revue 1945
* The Blue Kitten 1922
* The Blue Mazurka 1920
* Blue Of The Night film 1933
* The Blue Paradise (1915), music: Edmund Eysler, Sigmund Romberg, lyrics: Herbert Reynolds.
* Blue Rhythm film 1931
* Blue Skies film 1946
* Blues in the Night film 1941
* Blues in the Night revue 1982
* Boccaccio film 1936
* The Body Beautiful, Broadway musical (1958) with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
* The Bohemian Girl 1843
* Bombay Dreams, West End musical (2002), produced on Broadway, (2004)
* Bombo, Broadway musical (1921)
* Boots And Saddles film 1937
* Boots, Boots film 1934
* Born To Dance film 1936 (Cole Porter) Notable song: "I've Got You Under My Skin"
* Born Yesterday 1956
* Borscht Capades revue 1951
* Bottoms Up film 1934
* Bounce, musical (2003) by Stephen Sondheim, toured prior to Broadway, but did not open there
* Boy Meets Boy 1975 Off-Broadway musical comedy
* The Boy Friend, West End musical (1954) by Sandy Wilson, transferred to Broadway the same year
* The Boy from Oz, Australian musical produced on Broadway (2003)
* The Boys from Syracuse, Broadway musical (1938) music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Lorenz Hart, i. e., Rodgers and Hart; "Falling in Love with Love," "This Can't Be Love."
* Bravo Giovanni, Broadway musical (1962) with music by Milton Schafer, book and lyrics by Ronny Graham
* Breakfast at Tiffany's (musical), musical (1966) with book by Edward Albee and music and lyrics by Bob Merrill; aimed at Broadway but closed during previews, a famous fiasco
* Brecht On Brecht, Off-Broadway revue (1962)
* Brewster's Millions film 1935
* Brigadoon, Broadway musical (1947), film 1954, music: Frederick Loewe, lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner, i. e., Lerner and Loewe; Notable song: "Almost Like Being in Love."
* Bright Eyes film 1934
* Bring Back Birdie, Broadway musical (1981) with music by Charles Strouse, a sequel to Bye Bye Birdie
* Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk, Broadway revue (1996)
* Bring On the Girls film 1945
* Bring Your Smile Along film 1955
* Britannia of Billingsgate film 1933
* Broadway Gondolier film 1935
* Broadway Hostess film 1935
* The Broadway Melody, MGM film (1929)
* Broadway Melody of 1936, MGM film (1935)
* Broadway Melody of 1938, MGM film (1937)
* Broadway Melody of 1940, MGM film (1940) with songs by Cole Porter
* Broadway Through A Keyhole film 1933
* Brooklyn, Broadway musical (2004)
* A Broken Idol 1909
* Bubbling Brown Sugar, Broadway revue (1976)
* Buck Benny Rides Again film 1940
* Buck Privates film 1941
* Buddies 1919
* Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, West End musical (1989), transferred to Broadway, 1990
* Bugs Bunny On Broadway 1990
* Bugsy Malone film 1976
* Bundle Of Joy film 1956
* Bus Stop film 1956
* By Hex, Off-Broadway musical (1956)
* By Jeeves, West End musical (1975) by Andrew Lloyd Webber, produced on Broadway in 2001
* By Jupiter, Broadway musical (1942), music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Lorenz Hart, i. e., Rodgers and Hart.
* By the Beautiful Sea, Broadway musical (1954) with music by Arthur Schwartz and lyrics by Dorothy Fields
* By The Light Of The Silvery Moon film 1953
* By The Way (musical) revue 1925
* Bye Bye Birdie, Broadway musical (1960), book: Michael Stewart, music: Charles Strouse, lyrics: Lee Adams; filmed by Columbia Pictures in 1963; notable songs: "A Lot of Livin' to Do," "Kids," "Put On a Happy Face."
* Cab Calloway's Hi-De-Ho film 1933
* Cabaret, Broadway musical (1966), book by Joe Masteroff; music: John Kander, lyrics: Fred Ebb, i. e., Kander and Ebb; filmed in 1972; notable song: "Cabaret."
* Cabin in the Sky, Broadway production opened on October 25, 1940 at the Martin Beck Theatre and ran for 156 performances; music: Vernon Duke, lyrics: John La Touche.
* The Caddy film 1953
* La cage aux folles, Broadway musical (1983) with book by Arthur Laurents and songs by (Jerry Herman)
* Calamity Jane, film (1953) with Doris Day; song: "Secret Love"
* Call Me Madam, Broadway musical (1950), with songs by Irving Berlin, star vehicle for Ethel Merman
* Call Me Mister, Broadway revue (1946) with songs by Harold Rome.
* Call of the Flesh film 1930
* Calling All Stars film 1937
* Calypso Heat Wave film 1957
* Camelot, Broadway musical (1960), lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner; music: Frederick Lœwe; filmed by Warner Brothers in 1967; notable songs: "Camelot", "If Ever I Would Leave You", "What Do the Simple Folk Do?"
* Can-Can, Broadway musical (1953) with songs by Cole Porter, filmed in 1960
* Can-Can, film 1960
* Candide, Broadway musical (1956), book: Lillian Hellman, music: Leonard Bernstein, lyrics: Richard Wilbur and others.
* The Candy Shop 1909
* Cannibal! the Musical
* Can't Help Singing film 1944
* Canticle of the Plains 1997 musical from Wichita, Kansas
* Canterbury Tales - Musical, West End musical (1968)
* The Capeman, Broadway musical (1998) with songs by Paul Simon
* Le Capitaine Craddock film 1931
* El Capitan (musical) 1896
* Captain January film 1936
* Captain Jinks 1925
* Captain of the Guard film 1930
* The Card
* Carefree, RKO film (1938) with songs by Irving Berlin, starring fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
* Carib Song 1945
* Carmelina, Broadway musical (1979) with music by Burton Lane and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
* Carmen Jones, Broadway musical (1943), music from the opera Carmen (1875) by Georges Bizet, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.
* Carnival!, Broadway musical (1961), book by Michael Stewart and Helen Deutsch, music and lyrics by Bob Merrill.
* Carnival In Costa Rica film 1947
* Carnival In Flanders, Broadway musical (1953) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen, notable song: "Here's That Rainy Day"
* Carolina Blues film 1944
* Caroline, or Change, Broadway musical (2004) with music by Jeanine Tesori, book and lyrics by Tony Kushner
* Carousel, Broadway musical (1945), music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II, i. e., Rodgers and Hammerstein; notable songs: Bill's "Soliloquy," "You'll Never Walk Alone," "What's the Use of Wonderin'."
* Carrie (musical) 1988
* Casbah film 1948
* The Casino Girl 1900
* Castles in the Air 1890
* The Cat and the Fiddle, Broadway musical (1931), music: Jerome Kern, lyrics: Otto Harbach.
* The Catch of the Season London 1904
* Cats, West End musical (1981), music: Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics: T. S. Eliot; notable songs: "Memory,""Rum Tum Tugger,""Mr.Mistoffeles"
* Cats Don't Dance animated film 1997
* Cavalcade, West End musical (1931) by Noel Coward
* Caviar 1934
* Celebration, Broadway musical (1969) by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones
* Centennial Summer film 1946
* The Century Girl 1916
* Champagne Charlie film 1944
* The Chaperons 1902
* Charley Moon film 1956
* Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (film), 2005 musical film
* Charlie Girl, West End musical (1965)
* Charlotte Sweet, Off-Broadway musical (1982)
* Chasing Rainbows film 1930
* Chee-Chee, Broadway musical (1928) with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart
* Cheer Up And Smile film 1930
* Chess, West End musical (1986), lyrics: Tim Rice, music: Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvæus; notable song: "One Night in Bangkok."
* Chicago, Broadway musical (1975), music: John Kander, lyrics: Fred Ebb, i. e., Kander and Ebb; filmed in 2002; notable song: "All That Jazz."
* Children of Eden, West End musical (1991) by Stephen Schwartz
* Children Of Pleasure film 1930
* Chin-Chin 1914
* A Chinese Honeymoon, West End musical (1899)
* Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (musical), film (1968) (Play: Roald Dahl) (Music: Sherman Brothers)
* Chitty, Chitty, My Fair, Funny, Singing Oaklaewsie!, Alpine, Utah, USA musical (2006)
* The Chocolate Dandies 1924
* The Chocolate Soldier (Der tapfere Soldat) (1908), music: Oscar Straus, English lyrics: Stanislaus Stange.
* A Chorus Line, Broadway musical (1975), music: Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics: Edward Kleban; notable songs: "What I Did for Love," "One."
* Chris And The Wonderful Lamp 1900
* Christine, Broadway musical (1960)
* Chronicle of a Death Foretold (musical), Broadway musical (1995)
* Chu Chin Chow, West End musical (1916)
* Ciboulette film 1933
* Cinderella, Walt Disney film (1950), Mac David, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston.
* Cinders 1923
* Cindy (musical), Off-Broadway musical (1964)
* Cindy: Cendrillon 2002, a French language musical
* The Cingalee 1904
* The City Chap 1925 in music
* City of Angels, Broadway musical (1989), music: Cy Coleman, lyrics: David Zippel; notable song: "You're Nothing Without Me."
* The Civil War, Broadway musical (1999) by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy
* Clambake film 1967
* Class of 77 A new Australian Musical 2006
* A Class Act, Broadway musical (2001)
* Cleavage, Off-Broadway revue (1982)
* Close Harmony film 1929
* Closer Than Ever, Off-Broadway revue (1989), songs by Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire
* Clue, Off-Broadway by Samuel French
* Coco, Broadway musical (1969), with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by André Previn; star vehicle for Katharine Hepburn
* The Cocoanut Grove film 1938
* The Cocoanuts, Broadway musical (1925) with songs by Irving Berlin.
* Colleen (film) film 1936
* College Humor film 1933
* College Rhythm film 1934
* Collegiate film 1936
* Collette Collage Off Broadway 1991
* Come Out Of The Pantry film 1935
* Comin' Round the Mountain film 1951
* Company, Broadway musical (1970) with book by George Furth and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; notable song: "The Ladies Who Lunch."
* Coney Island film 1943
* A Connecticut Yankee, Broadway musical (1927), music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Lorenz Hart, i. e., Rodgers and Hart; song: "Thou Swell"
* A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Paramount film 1949
* Contact, Broadway dance production (2000)
* Conversation Piece (musical), West End musical (1934) by Noel Coward
* The Co-Optimists London revue 1921
* Copacabana, RKO film (1947)
* Copacabana London revue 1994 musical by Barry Manilow starring Gary Wilmot and Nicola Dawn
* Copper and Brass, Broadway musical (1957)
* Coronado film 1935
* Corpse Bride, 2005 musical film
* The Cotton Club film 1984
* Cotton Patch Gospel a 1988 one-man show
* The Count Of Luxembourg
* Countess Maritza (Gräfin Mariza) (1924), music: Emmerich Kálmán, lyrics: Harry B. Smith.
* The Court Jester, Paramount film (1956)
* Cover Girl, Columbia Pictures film (1944) with music by Jerome Kern
* Cowardy Custard London revue 1972
* Cowboy From Brooklyn film 1938
* The Cradle Will Rock, Broadway musical (1938) by Marc Blitzstein; Federal Theatre project.
* Cradle Will Rock, film (1999) about the making of the above
* Cranks (musical), Broadway revue (1956)
* Crazy For You, Broadway musical (1992), compiled from songs by George (music) and Ira Gershwin (lyrics); a revised version of Girl Crazy
* Cry For Us All, Broadway musical (1970) with music by Mitch Leigh
* Cuban Love Song film 1931
* Cuban Pete musical film 1946
* The Cuckoos film 1930
* Curley McDimple, Off-Broadway musical (1967)
* Curly Top film 1935
* Cyrano (musical), Broadway musical (1973) based on Anthony Burgess's translation of the Edmond Rostand play Cyrano de Bergerac
* Cyrano: The Musical, Dutch musical produced on Broadway in 1993
* Cyrano: The Musical, Canadian musical Music & Lyrics Michael & Rich Fox 2003
* Daddy Cool, new musical based on the music of Boney M 
* Daddy Long Legs film 1955
* Dames film 1934
* Dames at Sea (1968), Off Broadway, music: Jim Wise, lyrics: George Haimsohn, Robin Miller.
* Damn Yankees, Broadway musical (1955), book: George Abbott, Douglass Wallop, Richard Bissell, music: Richard Adler, Jerry Ross; filmed in 1958; notable songs: "Heart," "Whatever Lola Wants."
* Dancer in the Dark
* A Damsel In Distress,, RKO film (1937) with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin, starred Fred Astaire and Joan Fontaine; notable song: "A Foggy Day in London Town"
* Dance A Little Closer, Broadway musical ( 1983) with music by Charles Strouse and book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
* The Dance Of Life film 1929
* Dance of the Vampires Vienna musical (1997) produced on Broadway in 2002
* Dance With Me 1975 Broadway musical directed and choreographed by Joel Zwick
* Dancer in the Dark (2000) directed by Lars von Trier, starring Bjork
* Dancin', Broadway revue (1978), various composers and lyricists.
* Dancing Around 1914
* Dancing Lady, MGM film 1933
* Dancing On A Dime film 1941
* The Dancing Years, West End (London) musical 1939
* Dangerous When Wet, MGM film 1953
* Darling Lili film 1970
* Darling of the Day, Broadway musical (1968) with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
* Darwin's Theories Off Broadway revue 1960
* A Date with Judy film 1948
* A Day at the Races film 1937
* The Day Before Spring, Broadway musical (1945) with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe (Lerner and Loewe)
* A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine, Broadway musical (1980)
* "Dear Edwina"
* Dear World, Broadway musical (1969) with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, star vehicle for Angela Lansbury
* Dearest Enemy, Broadway (1925), music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Lorenz Hart, i. e., Rodgers and Hart.
* Debbie Does Dallas the Musical songs by Andrew Sherman
* The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter Revisited, Off Broadway revue1965
* Deep In My Heart, MGM film (1954)
* Delicious film 1931
* Delightfully Dangerous film 1945
* The Delivery Boy film 1931
* De-Lovely film 2004
* Der Kleine Horrorladen, German version of Little Shop of Horrors.
* The Desert Song, Broadway musical (1926), music: Sigmund Romberg, lyrics: Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II.
* Destry Rides Again film 1939
* Destry Rides Again (musical), Broadway musical (1959) with songs by Harold Rome.
* Devil May Care film 1929
* Diamond Studs!, Off-Broadway musical (1975)
* Diamonds, Off Broadway revue 1984
* Dick Tracy, film (1990) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
* Different Times 1972
* Dimples film 1936
* Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Broadway musical (2005) with music and lyrics by David Yazbek
* Disco Inferno: The Devilish New 70's Musical Hit Musical Comedy by Justin Sepple, www.discoinfernothemusical.com
* Disc Jockey film 1951
* The District Leader 1906
* Divorce Me, Darling!, West End (London) musical (1964) by Sandy Wilson
* Dixiana film 1930
* Dixie film 1943
* Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?, Broadway musical (1982)
* Do I Hear a Waltz?, Broadway musical (1965), music: Richard Rodgers, lyrics: Stephen Sondheim.
* Do Re Mi, Broadway musical (1960), book: Garson Kanin, music: Jule Styne, lyrics: Betty Comden, Adolph Green.
* Do You Love Me? film 1946
* Doctor Dolittle, 20th-Century Fox film (1967), music and lyrics: Leslie Bricusse; notable song: "Talk to the Animals"
* Doctor Selavy's Magic Theatre, Off-Broadway musical 1972
* Doing Our Bit Revue 1917
* Doll Face film 1945
* The Doll Girl 1913
* Die Dollarprinzessin Vienna 1907
* A Doll's Life, Broadway musical (1982) with music by Larry grossman. book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
* The Dolly Sisters film 1945
* Donnybrook!, Broadway musical (1961) with music and lyrics by Johnny Burke
* Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope, Off-Broadway musical transferred to Broadway (1972) by Micki Grant.
* Don't Play Us Cheap, Broadway musical (1972)
* Doonesbury (musical), Broadway musical (1983) with music by Elizabeth Swados and book and lyrics by Garry Trudeau
* Double Or Nothing film 1937
* Double Trouble (film) film 1967
* Down Argentine Way (1940), English lyrics: Mack Gordon, music: Harry Warren
* Down to Earth, Columbia Pictures film 1947
* Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, Broadway musical (2006)
* Dracula: Entre L'amour et la Mort, a French language musical
* Dracula Spectacula musical for schools
* Drat! The Cat!, Broadway musical (1965)
* Dream House film 1932
* Dreamgirls, Broadway musical (1982), lyrics: Tom Eyen, music: Henry Krieger, notable song: "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"
* Dreams Come True film 1936
* Die Drei Von Der Tankstelle film 1930
* The Drowsy Chaperone, Broadway musical (2006) with music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
* Die Dubarry Berlin 1931
* DuBarry Was a Lady, Broadway musical (1939) with songs by Cole Porter, notable song: "Friendship."
* The Duchess (musical) 1911
* The Duchess Of Dantzig London 1903
* The Duchess Of Idaho film 1950
* Duck Soup, Paramount film (1933)
* Dude (musical), Broadway musical (1972) with music by Galt MacDermot
* Duffy's Tavern film 1945
* Dumbo, Walt Disney animated film 1941; notable songs: "Baby Mine," "Casey Junior," "Pink Elephants on Parade," "When I See an Elephant Fly"
* Eadie Was a Lady film 1945
* The Earl and the Girl 1903
* Earl Carroll Vanities of 1931 (1931), music: Burton Lane and others, lyrics: Harold Adamson and others.
* Earl of Ruston 1971
* Early to Bed 1943
* The East Side of Heaven film 1939
* Easter Parade film 1948
* Easy to Love film 1953
* Eating Raoul Off Broadway 1992
* Ed Wynn Carnival revue 1920
* The Eddie Cantor Story film 1954
* The Eddy Duchin Story film 1956
* Edit:Undo 2006
* The Education of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N 1968
* Eileen 1917
* Einbrecher film 1930
* Elisabeth, Austria 1992, a German language musical
* Elixier, a German musical Leipzig, Germany 1997
* Elsa Lanchester - Herself 1961
* Elsie 1923
* The Emperor Waltz film 1948
* The Enchantress 1911
* Erminie 1885
* Ernest in Love Off Broadway 1960
* Eubie! revue 1978
* Evangeline, or The Belle of Acadia (1874), music: Edward E. Rice, lyrics: J. Cheever Goodwin.
* Evening Primrose television 1966
* An Evening with Beatrice Lillie revue 1952
* An Evening with Max Morath at the Turn of the Century Off Broadway revue 1969
* Ever Green London 1930
* Every Night at Eight film 1935
* Everybody Sing film 1938
* Everybody's Welcome 1931
* Everyone Says I Love You film 1996
* Everything I Have Is Yours film 1952
* Everything Is Rhythm film 1936
* Evie and the Birdman 2001, music & lyrics: John Field
* Evita (1978), music: Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics: Tim Rice; notable song: "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina."
* Exchange revue 1970
* Falsettos, Broadway musical by William Finn, opened at the John Golden Theatre on April 29, 1992 and ran for 487 performances
* Fame (musical)
* Fame (film), MGM film (1980)
* A Family Affair, Broadway musical (1962) with music by John Kander, book and lyrics by James Goldman and William Goldman
* Fanny, Broadway musical (1954), with music and lyrics by Harold Rome
* The Fantasticks, Off-Broadway musical (1960), music: Harvey Schmidt, lyrics: Tom Jones) It opened at the Sullivan Street Playhouse on May 3 and ran for 17,162 performances. Run ended 2002 making it world's longest-running musical as of 2004. Notable songs: "Try to Remember," "Soon It's Gonna Rain"
* Fellowship!, a Tolkien parody
* Fiddler on the Roof (1964), book by Joseph Stein, music: Jerry Bock, lyrics: Sheldon Harnick; Broadway production opened at the Imperial Theatre on September 22, 1964 and ran for 3242 performances. The London production opened at Her Majesty's Theatre on February 16, 1967 and ran for 2030 performances. The Broadway cast included Zero Mostel as Tevye. Notable songs: "Tradition", "Sunrise, Sunset", "If I Were a Rich Man"
* Fields of Ambrosia (1996) (Music: Martin Silvestri; Lyrics: Joel Higgins) (at London Aldwych Theatre, closed a few weeks later)
* Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be, West End musical (1959) by Frank Norman and Lionel Bart
* Finian's Rainbow, Broadway musical (1947) with music by Burton Lane, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg; notable song: "How are Things in Glocca Morra?"
* Fiorello!, Broadway musical (1959), book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, music by Jerry Bock; notable song: "Little Tin Box"
* First Impressions, Broadway musical (1959) with music and lyrics by George Weiss, Robert Goldman, and Glenn Paxton, book by Abe Burrows, based on Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice
* Five Guys Named Moe, London musical produced in the West End (1990), on Broadway (1992)
* The Five O'Clock Girl, Broadway musical (1928)
* Flahooley, Broadway musical (1951) with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, book by Harburg and Fred Saidy
* Florodora, West End and Broadway musical (1899)
* Flower Drum Song, Broadway musical (1958), (book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joseph Fields, songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein); notable song: "I Enjoy Being a Girl"
* Follies, Broadway musical (1971) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; notable song: "Losing My Mind"
* Follow That Girl, West End musical (1960) with music by Julian Slade
* Follow the Boys, film (1963)
* Follow the Girls, Broadway musical (1944) with music by Phil Charig
* Footloose the Musical, 1998-2000
* Fosse, Broadway revue (1999), a retrospective of the choreography of Bob Fosse
* The Four Musketeers, West End musical (1967)
* Foxy, Broadway musical (1964) with music by Robert Emmett Dolan, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, and book by Ian McLellan Hunter and Ring Lardner Jr., based on Ben Jonson's play Volpone
* Free as Air, West End musical (1957) with music by Julian Slade
* Free to Be…You and Me (1972), various composers and lyricists.
* The Frogs music and lyrics: Stephen Sondheim. 1974 book: Burt Shevelove. 2004 book: Nathan Lane
* From Justin to Kelly Music by George Siff and script by Kim Fuller
* From the Top, music and lyrics: Gene P. Bissell
* The Full Monty, Broadway musical (2000) with music and lyrics by David Yazbek
* Funny Face, Broadway musical (1927) with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by ira Gershwin
* Funny Girl, Broadway musical (1964), book by Isobel Lennart, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill and others; featured Barbra Streisand; notable songs: "People", "Don't Rain on My Parade"
* Funny Lady, Columbia Pictures film (1975), various composers and lyricists.
* A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Broadway musical (1962) with book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; notable song: "Comedy Tonight"
* Fusia A musical, with music and lyrics, by Nicholas Yudichak. A musical, shaped around the format, of Jonatahan Larson's SUPERBIA. Notable songs: "Fusia!", "Giga-Byte"
* Gay Divorce, Broadway musical (1932) with songs by Cole Porter. Notable song: "Night and Day"
* The Gay Divorcee, RKO film version (1934) of The Gay Divorce starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
* The Gay Life, Broadway musical (1961) with music by Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Howard Dietz, and book by Fay and Michael Kanin, based on The Affairs of Anatol by Arthur Schnitzler
* Gay Purr-ee, animated film (1962) with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
* Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Broadway musical (1949), (lyrics: Leo Robin; music: Jule Styne); filmed in 1953; Notable song: "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend"
* Gigi, MGM film (1958), (Lerner and Loewe); notable song: "Thank Heaven for Little Girls"
* Girl Crazy, Broadway musical (1930) (George and Ira Gershwin) Featured Ethel Merman; notable song: I've Got Rhythm
* The Girl Who Came to Supper, Broadway musical (1963) with music and lyrics by Noël Coward.
* Goblin Market, Off-Broadway musical (1985) with music by Polly Pen and lyrics by Christina Rosetti
* Godspell, Off-Broadway musical (1971) with music by Stephen Schwartz
* The Golden Apple, Off-Broadway and then Broadway musical (1954), with music by Jerome Moross and book and lyrics by John Latouche, based on the Iliad and Odyssey of Homer
* Golden Boy, Broadway musical (1964) with book by Clifford Odets and William Gibson, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams
* Goldilocks, Broadway musical (1958) (Music: Leroy Anderson, lyrics Jean Kerr, Joan Ford, Walter Kerr)
* Good Vibrations (musical), Broadway musical (2005) Music by Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys.
* The Goodbye Girl, Broadway musical (1993) with music by Marvin Hamlisch
* Grab Me A Gondola, West End musical (1958)
* A Grand Night for Singing, Broadway revue (1993) featuring songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein
* Grand Hotel, The Musical, Broadway musical (1989) with music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest
* The Grand Tour, Broadway musical (1979) by Jerry Herman
* Grass Harp (1971) Music by Claibe Richardson and Lyrics by Kenward Elmslie, based on the Truman Capote short story. Starring Barbara Cook, Karren Morrow, Carol Brice. Marvelous score. Very short Broadway run.
* Grease (1972), music and lyrics: Warren Casey, Jim Jacobs and others; notable song: "Summer Lovin'".
* Great Lady, the first Lerner and Loewe collaboration.
* The Great Waltz, based on themes of Johann Strauß and sons, lyrics and musical adaptation: Robert Wright, George Forrest.
* A Greek Slave, an 1898 musical comedy
* Greenwillow, Broadway musical (1960) with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
* Grey Gardens, 2006 Off-Broadway musical set to open on Broadway in fall 2006; adaptation of the 1975 documentary of the same name.
* Grind, Broadway musical (1985)
* Guys and Dolls, Broadway musical (1950) with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows; notable songs: Luck, Be a Lady, A Bushel and a Peck, Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat
* The Guy Who Could Fly, off-broadway musical completely written by Nicholas Yudichak. Notable song: "I'm Flying!!! (Lift-off!)
* Gypsy, Broadway musical (1959), book by Arthur Laurents, music: Jule Styne, lyrics: Stephen Sondheim; notable songs: "Everything's Coming up Roses", "Together Wherever We Go"
* Hair, Off-Broadway (1967) and Broadway (1968) musical, book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot; notable song: "Aquarius."
* Hairspray, Broadway musical (2002).
* Half a Sixpence, West End (1963) and Broadway (1965) musical, book by Beverly Cross, music and lyrics by David Heneker; Paramount film version (1968)
* Hallelujah, Baby!, Broadway musical (1967), book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
* Hans Christian Andersen, film (1952), music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
* The Happiest Girl in the World, Broadway musical (1961) with music by Jacques Offenbach, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg, book by Fred Saidy
* The Happiest Millionaire, Walt Disney film (1967) by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman; notable song, "Fortuosity"
* Happy End, Berlin musical (1929) with libretto by Bertolt Brecht and music by Kurt Weill, produced on Broadway (1977); songs: "Bilbao Song," "Sailor's Tango"
* Happy Hunting, Broadway musical 1956 starring Ethel Merman, lyrics by Matt Dubey and music by Harold Karr. Notable songs "Mutual Admiration Society" and "A New-Fangled Tango"
* The Happy Time, Broadway musical (1968) with book by N. Richard Nash, music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb
* The Harvey Girls, film (1946), music: Harry Warren, lyrics: Johnny Mercer.
* Hazel Flagg, Broadway musical (1953) with music by Jule Styne
* Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Off-Broadway musical (1998) and film (2001)
* Hello, Dolly!, Broadway musical (1964), book by Michael Stewart, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman; featured Carol Channing; notable song, "Hello, Dolly!."
* Henry, Sweet Henry, Broadway musical (1967) with book by Nunnally Johnson and Nora Johnson, music and lyrics by Bob Merrill
* Here Comes The Groom 1951 film. Featured the Academy Award winning song "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening"
* Here's Love, Broadway musical (1963), music and lyrics: Meredith Willson.
* High Button Shoes Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Music by Jule Styne and Book by George Abbott and Phil Silvers. Broadway production opened at the Century Theatre on October 9, 1947 and ran for 727 performances. The first starring role for Phil Silvers.
* High School Musical (2006), film directed by Kenny Ortega. Starred by Zac Efron, Vanessa Ann Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grabeel. Most highly rated sogs include get'cha head in the game, start of something new and breaking free.
* High Society, MGM film (1956) with songs by Cole Porter: "True Love," "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?"
* High Society, Broadway musical (1998) adapted from the film
* High Spirits, Broadway musical (1964) with book, lyrics, and music by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray
* The Hot Mikado, Broadway musical (1939)
* House of Flowers, Broadway musical (1954), music: Harold Arlen; lyrics: Truman Capote, Harold Arlen.
* How Now, Dow Jones, Broadway musical (1967) with book by Max Shulman, music by Elmer Bernstein, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
* How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Broadway musical (1961), book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, music and lyrics: Frank Loesser; notable song: "I Believe in You"
* Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar, Spanish musical (2004), directed and composed by Nacho Cano ex-member of Mecano
* The Human Comedy, Broadway musical (1984) with music by Galt MacDermot
* The Hunting of the Snark, West End musical (1991) music and lyrics by Mike Batt
* I and Albert, West End musical (1972)
* I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Broadway musical (1962), music and lyrics by Harold Rome
* I Could Go On Singing, film (1963) with music by Harold Arlen
* I Do! I Do!, Broadway musical (1966), book and lyrics by Tom Jones, music by Harvey Schmidt
* I Love My Wife, Broadway musical (1977) with music by Cy Coleman
* I Love You Because, Off-Broadway musical (2006) with music by Joshua Salzman, book and lyrics by Ryan Cunningham
* I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, Off-Broadway musical (1996) with lyrics by Joe DiPietro
* I Married An Angel, Broadway musical (1938) with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart)
* Illya, Darling, Broadway musical (1967) with book by Jules Dassin, music by Manos Hadjidakis, lyrics by Joe Darion
* The Immigrant, Off-Broadway musical, (2004)
* In Dahomey, Broadway musical (1903)
* Imagine Tap!, revue (2006) with choreography by Derick K. Grant
* Into the Woods, Broadway musical (1987) with book by James Lapine, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
* Irma la douce, French musical produced in the West End (1958) and on Broadway (1960); original French book and lyrics by Alexandre Breffort, music by Marguerite Monnot, English book and lyrics by Julian More, David Heneker and Monty Norman
* It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Broadway revue (1999)
* Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Off-Broadway revue (1968), music: Jacques Brel, Gérard Jouannest, English lyrics: Eric Blau, Mort Shuman and others.
* Jamaica, Broadway musical (1957) with book by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg
* James Joyce's The Dead, Broadway musical (1999)
* Jane Eyre, Broadway musical (2000)
* The Jazz Singer, Broadway musicals based on the Warner Brothers film (1927), see also the (1980) remake
* Jekyll & Hyde, Broadway musical (1997) with music by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
* Jelly's Last Jam, Broadway musical (1992)
* Jericho Jim Crow, Langston Hughes musical, 1964
* Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Broadway revue (1989)
* Jerry Springer - The Opera, West End musical (2003) with music by Richard Thomas, book and lyrics by Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee
* Jerry's Girls Jerry Herman 1985
* Jesus Christ Superstar, Broadway musical (1971) with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice; notable songs: Superstar, Heaven on their Minds, Everything's Alright
* Jo, Off-Broadway musical (1964)
* John Henry 1940 musical
* Johnny Johnson 1936 Kurt Weill musical
* Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat (1968), music: Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics: Tim Rice; notable songs: Any Dream Will Do
* Joseph McCarthy is Alive and Living in Dade County (1977), music and lyrics: Ray Scantlin.
* Juan Darien, Broadway musical (1996)
* Jubilee, Broadway musical (1935) with music and lyrics by Cole Porter
* Jumbo, Broadway musical (1935) with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart (Rodgers and Hart)
* Jump For Joy, musical (1941) with music by Duke Ellington, aimed at Broadway but closed out of town in Los Angeles
* Juno, Broadway musical (1959) with book by Joseph Stein, music and lyrics by Marc Blitzstein
Just Call me Clara: the Story of Clara Barton Performed: May 2006
* Kean, (1961) Broadway musical by Robert Wright and George Forrest.
* Ken Hill's The Phantom of the Opera 1976 musical.
* The King and I, (1951, made into a film in 1956, revived in 1977, 1985 and 1996) Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein; notable songs: "Shall We Dance," "Getting to Know You."
* King David Alan Menken and Tim Rice for Disney
* Kismet, (1953) Broadway musical with book by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis, music by Alexander Borodin, adapted and with lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Notable song: "Stranger in Paradise."
* Kiss of the Spider Woman, (1993) Broadway musical by Kander and Ebb.
* Kiss Me, Kate, (1948, revived in 1952 and 1999) Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Bella and Samuel Spewack. Notable song: "Too Darn Hot."
* Knickerbocker Holiday, (1938) with music by Kurt Weill and libretto and lyrics by Maxwell Anderson. Notable songs: "September Song," "It Never Was You."
* Kristina från Duvemåla 1995 Swedish musical by ABBA members Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson
* Kwamina, (1961) Broadway musical by Richard Adler.
* La Cage aux Folles 1983 Jerry Herman musical
* Lady and the Tramp, Walt Disney film (1955), music and lyrics: Sonny Burke, Peggy Lee; songs: "Siamese Cat Song," "He's a Tramp"
* Lady Be Good 1924 Broadway show by George and Ira Gershwin
* Lady in the Dark (1941), Kurt Weill, Ira Gershwin; notable songs: "My Ship" (Gertrude Lawrence), "Tschaikovsky" (Danny Kaye).
* La Révolution Française, a French language musical
* The Last Empress (1997)
* The Last Five Years, Off-Broadway musical (2003) by Jason Robert Brown
* The Last Session
* Laughing Room Only (2003) Music by Doug Katsaros
* Lautrec, a French language musical
* Leader of the Pack, Broadway revue (1985)
* Le Blues du Businessman, a French language musical
* Legally Blonde: The Musical, (2007), Yet to Premier. Composers: Nell Benjamin, Laurence O'Keefe. Book: Heather Hach.
* Legs Diamond, Broadway musical (1989)
* Lennon, Broadway musical (2005)
* Leonard Sillman's New Faces of 1952 (revue); book, music, lyrics by various, including Ronny Graham and Sheldon Harnick; with Ronny Graham, Robert Clary, Eartha Kitt, Paul Lynde. Notable song: Boston Beguine.
* Le Petit Prince, a French musical by French musical composer Richard Cocciante played at the Casino de Paris from October 2002 to January 2003
* Le roi Soleil, a French language musical
* Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, a French language musical
* Les Dix Commandements, a French language musical
* Lestat: The Musical, Broadway musical (2006) with music by Elton John, based on the vampire novels of Anne Rice
* Let It Ride, Broadway musical (1961) with music and lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
* Let My People Come, 1974 Broadway musical
* Letters From Lehrer 2006 Tom Lehrer musical
* The Lieutenant, Broadway musical (1975)
* The Life, Broadway musical (1997) with music by Cy Coleman
* The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1980), music and lyrics: Stephen Oliver
* The Light in the Piazza, Broadway musical (2005) with music by Adam Guettel
* Li'l Abner, Broadway 1956, film 1959
* The Lion King, Walt Disney film (1994), music: Elton John, lyrics: Tim Rice; notable songs: "The Circle of Life", "Hakuna Matata"
* Little By Little (musical), Off-Broadway musical (2003)
* Little Fish 2003 musical
* Little Johnny Jones 1904 musical by George M. Cohan
* Little Mary Sunshine, off-Broadway musical (1959), with book, music, and lyrics by Rick Besoyan
* Little Me, Broadway musical (1962) with book by Neil Simon, music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh
* The Little Mermaid, Walt Disney film (1989), lyrics: Howard Ashman, music: Alan Menken.
* A Little Night Music (1973), lyrics and music by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler; notable song: "Send in the Clowns". The Broadway production opened on February 25, 1973 at the Shubert Theatre and ran for 601 performances. The London production opened on April 15, 1975 at the Adelphi Theatre and ran for 406 performances.
* Little Shop of Horrors, Off-Broadway musical (1982) by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, film 1986. Notable song: "Suddenly, Seymour"
* Little Tramp 1992 musical based on the life of Charlie Chaplin
* Little Women, Broadway musical (2005) with music by Jason Howland
* Lock Up Your Daughters 1959 Lionel Bart musical
* Look to the Lilies, Broadway musical (1970) with lyrics by Sammy Cahn and music by Jule Styne.
* Lost in the Stars, Broadway musical (1949), music: Kurt Weill, lyrics: Maxwell Anderson.
* Louisiana Purchase Broadway production opened on May 28, 1940 at the Imperial Theatre and ran for 444 performances
* Love From Judy, West End (London) musical (1952) by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray
* Love Life, Broadway musical (1948), music: Kurt Weill, book and lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner.
* Ludwig II (musical), a German musical (2000)
NFL Season Highlights Videos? by Blaine B
Q: Okay so I've made several highlight videos of players from this season, but I'm stumped right now and need some ideas of who I should make some of. I've done Andre ...show more
A: WOW dude i love you, i guess ur all my boys too Titans and how ridiculously good is CJ lol and Vyoung is comin up big again he better continue his success next season, but the players u selected seem lk a good bunch, u should put Cedric Benson and Ray Rice too
Why is Ray Rice facing suspension for something that happened off the field? by Amerikalegball
Q: I say the video of Ray Rice supposedly punching his wife but what does that have to do with him being a running back?. I could understand him being suspended if he punched another ...show more
A: i tend to agree with you, but if you want to know why here are a few words: conduct policy, signed contract, collective bargaining agreement, politics, public relations, societal responsibility, nfl marketing, money.
Nfl player Ray Rice punches on his 115lb wife on casino video people come to his defense..why is this iyho??? by Marc Antoine Muret
A: I don't know. I haven't seen the video so cannot make any moral judgements at this time. If anyone has seen the video can they tell me, was she carrying his sandwich to him or not?