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Mack and Mabel
Original Broadway Production [1974]
Mack and Mabel
London Production [1995]
Mack the Knife
Film Version [1989]
The Mambo Kings
Closed on the road [2005]
Mame
Original Broadway Production [1966]
Mame
London Production [1969]
Mame
Film Version [1974]
Mame
Recreation [1975]
Mame
Paper Mill Playhouse Production [1999]
Mame
Other Performances [9999]
Mamma Mia!
Broadway Production [2001]
Man of La Mancha
Original Broadway Production [1965]
Marie Galante
Performance [1995]
Mary Poppins
Original London Production [2004]
Mary Poppins
Broadway Production [2006]
Mary Poppins
Australian Production [2010]
Matilda
Original London Production [2011]
Matilda
Broadway Production [2013]
Me and Juliet
Television Performance [1954]
Me and My Girl
Broadway Production [1986]
Meet Me in St. Louis
Original Broadway Production [1989]
Memphis
Original Broadway Production [2009]
Merlin
Original Broadway Production [1983]
Mexican Hayride
Recreation [1975]
Million Dollar Quartet
Original Broadway Production [2010]
Les Misérables
Original London Production [1985]
Les Misérables
Broadway Production [1987]
Les Misérables
Broadway Return Engagement [2006]
Les Misérables
25th Anniversary Concert [2010]
Les Misérables
Film Version [2012]
Miss Saigon
Broadway Production [1991]
Moby Dick
Original London Production [1992]
The Most Happy Fella
Broadway Revival [1992]
Motown
Original Broadway Production [2013]
The Music Man
Original Broadway Production [1957]
My Fair Lady
Original Broadway Production [1956]
My One and Only
Original Broadway Production [1983]
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Oh, Kay! [9999]
Leslie Uggams sings "Someone to Watch Over Me", Beth Howland and Gary Sandy sing "Do, Do, Do", and Michele Lee sings "Clap Yo' Hands" on the 1982 Tonys as part of a tribute to the Imperial Theatre.
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Passing Strange [2008]
The cast performs "Amsterdam" on The View.
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Song and Dance [1983]
Sarah Brightman sings "Tell Me On a Sunday" in the TV broadcast of the show.
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Little Shop of Horrors [1983]
Wendy Mae Brown, Dawn Hope and Femi Taylor sing "Little Shop of Horrors", Ellen Greene sings "Somewhere That's Green" and Green and Teddy Kempner sing "Suddenly Seymour" in the Hey Mr. Producer concert.
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George M! [1981]
Wayne Cilento leads the American Dance Machine in a recreation of the original Joe Layton choreography for "Popularity".