Musicals A to Z

Name the musical based on the clues given.
*Name of show doesn't end with letter but the letter stands alone within the title.
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Hint
Answer
A
Sharpshooter, showbiz anthem, Ethel Merman originally.
Annie Get Your Gun
B
First for Disney. Handsome bad guy.
Beauty and the Beast
C
Set long run records in London and New York, junkyard, some people might have been allergic.
Cats
D
Sutton Foster, Man in Chair, shown off.
The Drowsy Chaperone
E
Latin dictator and wife. Narrator looks good on a T-shirt.
Evita
F
Reunion, showgirls, ghosts.
Follies
G
Times Square, Havanah, crap game.
Guys and Dolls
H
Channing, Rodgers, Baily, Merman and Wal-E.
Hello Dolly!
I
Hair climbing, wolf killing, shoe leaving.
Into the Woods
J
Colorful couture. That Pharaoh really is the King.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
K
Southeast Asia, clash of cultures, etc, etc.
The King and I
L
The mane event, puppets, rain sticks.
The Lion King
M
Covent Garden, horse racing, Spain and Hungary are mentioned.
My Fair Lady
 
Hint
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N
Tea for Two, Babe Ruth connection, big revival in 1971.
No No Nanette
O
Groundbreaking, square dancing, Persian goodbye.
Oklahoma!
P
Costume ball, temperamental soprano, will it ever close?
The Phantom of the Opera
Q
Puppet power, school of hard knocks.*
Avenue Q
R
Pulitzer Prize winning, based on opera.
Rent
S
Spans century, lots of figures including historical one, not really historically accurate.
Sunday in the Park with George
T
Best musical Tony winner, Shakespearian source, first performed outdoors.
Two Gentlemen of Verona
U
Supposed to begin previews on September 11th, odd name, not a sequel to "The Vagina Monologues".
Urinetown
V
Return of Julie Andrews, egregiously overlooked.
Victor/Victoria
W
Massive comeback for the songwriter, protagonist could pass for a tall leprechaun.
Wicked
X
Based on famously bad film, leg warmers, glow sticks.
Xanadu
Y
Leaped from the funny pages, long run Off-Broadway, Kristin Chenoweth in revival.
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
Z
Many editions, lots of girls, producers name in the title.
Ziegfeld Follies
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Level 74
Aug 15, 2015
I was sure the answer to S had to be Spamalot! Great quiz, lots of fun.