The Top 10 Shows on Broadway of 2011 A Photo Gallery By Maggie Lohmiller Images Courtesy of www.broadway.com.
Sister Act Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. Sister Act opened in April, 2011 and ten days later was nominated for a Tony.
The Addams Family Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. A show about a creepy and kooky family was created after the single-panel cartoon by Charles Addams.
Memphis Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. Memphis is based on the 1950’s disc jockey Dewey Phillips that was originally staged at the North Shore Music Theaterin Beverly, Massachusetts.
Chicago Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. Chicago has been performed in 11 different languages and has recordings in four different languages.
The Book of Mormon Photos courtesy of www.broadway.com. The Book of Mormon is a controversial satire written by the creators of the animated television show ‘South Park.’
Mary Poppins Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. Disney movie enthusiasts may notice small differences between the movie and stage production, but the iconic musical numbers remain the same.
Jersey Boys Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. The 2005 musical chronicles the success of the band the 1960’s band The Four Seasons. The show is now being filmed as a cinematic movie which is expected to be in theaters next year.
Wicked Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. The widely acclaimed musical Wicked won three Tony’s including ‘Best Leading Actress’ for IdinaMenzel’sperformance.
Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. Director Julie Taymorhas a new adventure on the classic marvel comic that has been popular for the past 40 years.
The Lion King Photo courtesy of www.broadway.com. The Lion King has been seen by 30 million people. There are 232 puppets used in the show representing over 25 different species of animals.