How well do you know your Broadway showtunes?

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From 'Hamilton' to 'Cabaret,' this is one Broadway quiz that will have you humming long after.

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Hamilton Musical
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Question 1 of 11 Score: 0

In the musical "Hamilton," who sings: "I imagine death so much it feels more like a memory."

"Hamilton," by American composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, is considered one of the greatest musicals to come along in a generation. The lyrics above are repeated throughout the show and allude to Alexander Hamilton's tragic loss.

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Cabaret
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Question 2 of 11 Score: 0

The opening song of "Cabaret" contains greetings in English, German, and this language:

Willkommen, bienvenue and welcome kick off the opening lyrics of the musical "Cabaret." The show recently completed another revival on Broadway, featuring Scottish actor Alan Cumming, American actress Emma Stone and Israeli-American performer Hani Furstenberg.

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Once musical
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Question 3 of 11 Score: 0

In "Once," what song does Guy sing to the banker?

Guy sings "Say It to Me Now" in an effort to convince a banker to approve a loan for his first studio album. Directed by Irish filmmaker John Carney, "Once" won the Tony for Best Musical in 2012.

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Broadway
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Question 4 of 11 Score: 0

"Because I knew you, I have been changed for good" is from what musical?

These lyrics end the song "For Good" from the immensely popular musical "Wicked." Featuring music and lyrics by American composer Stephen Schwartz, the show is currently one of the longest-running in Broadway history.

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Joseph's coat
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Question 5 of 11 Score: 0

In the song "Joseph's Coat" from "Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," what color is mentioned last?

"Joseph" was created by British composer Andrew Lloyd Weber and Zev Buffman, a prolific Israeli Broadway producer. The "many-colored" coat described in the first song mentions 29 colors and ends on "Blue."

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The Lion King Musical
Photo: The Lion King Musical

Question 6 of 11 Score: 0

The original cast recording of "The Lion King" is the only one to feature this song:

The most successful musical of all time, "The Lion King" has international cast recordings from countries like Spain, Mexico and Japan. Only the American original cast recording, however, contains a rendition of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight."

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Aladdin
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Question 7 of 11 Score: 0

In the song "Prince Ali" from "Aladdin," how many monkeys are mentioned?

The fabulous Prince Ali is described as having a multitude of animals, including 75 golden camels, 53 purple peacocks and 95 white Persian monkeys. "Aladdin," with music by composer Alan Menken, will soon expand to both London and Sydney, Australia.

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Newsies
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Question 8 of 11 Score: 0

What "Newsies" song features the lyrics: "Tomorrow they may wrap fishes in it, But I was a star for one whole minute!"?

"Newsies," based on a book by American actor and playwright Harvey Fierstein, won two Tony awards for choreography and original score during its Broadway run from 2012-2014.

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Les Miserables
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Question 9 of 11 Score: 0

What show features the lyrics: "Servant to the poor, butler to the great."?

Adapted by British lyricist Herbert Kretzmer, "Master of the House" is but one of several memorable hits from the French musical "Les Misérables." Launched in 1985 in London, it's currently the second-longest running musical in the world.

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Boy From Oz
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Question 10 of 11 Score: 0

Australian Hugh Jackman belted out songs like "Once Before I Go" in this musical:

Based on the life of Australian singer-songwriter Peter Allen, "The Boy from Oz" was a 2003 musical starring Hugh Jackman. Despite lackluster reviews, the show was a hit with audiences and also scored the "Wolverine" star a Tony Award for Best Actor.

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The Producers
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Question 11 of 11 Score: 0

In "The Producers," what's bad luck to say on opening night?

"The Producers," by American entertainer Mel Brooks, taught everyone that it's "bad luck to say good luck on opening night." The musical comedy made Broadway history in 2001 when it won a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards.

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