A musical is defined as a theatre production that brings together songs, music, choreography, spoken dialogue and acting together.Although similar renditions of theatrical art have been performed since time immemorial, musicals as we know them now came to prominence in the 19th Century. The informal elements of a musical were established by Harrigan and Hart in the United States and the contributions of Gilbert and Sullivan in England.
Some of the most popular musicals on Broadway are listed below.
Aladdin | School of Rock | The Phantom of the Opera | Chicago | Wicked | The Book of Mormon | Waitress | Anastasia | School of Rock - The Musical | The Lion King | Pretty Woman: The Musical | Beautiful: The Carole King Musical | Summer: The Donna Summer Musical | Frozen: The Broadway Musical | Everybody Say Durham! | Come Far Away | The Band's Visit | Mean Girls | Jersey Boys | Dear Evan Hansen | King Kong | Once on this Island | Head Over Heels | Sistas - The Musical | Hamilton | Avenue Q | Christmas Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes | The Prom