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Burton Lane and Roger Edens. Harburg and Ralph Freed. Frederick Lonsdale and Frank Curzon. Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman. Frank Churchill and Edward H.
John La Touche and Harold Adamson. New, revised version of Bare: The Barkleys of Broadway. Harry Warren and George Gershwin. Keythe Farley and Brian Flemming.
Bat Out of Hell. The Battle of Paris. A musical parody of the television show Saved by the Bell. The Carole King Musical. Howard Ashman and Tim Rice.
Based on animated Walt Disney film of the same name. Chicago Shakespeare Theater Chicago. Sherman , Robert B.
Sherman , and Neil Bartram. Scott Brown and Anthony King. Behind the Iron Mask. The show draws inspiration from the Man in the Iron Mask. A contemporary musical adaptation of the book of the same name.
The Belle of New York. Belle of the Nineties. Ben Franklin in Paris. Bend It Like Beckham. Gurinder Chadha and Paul Mayeda Berges.
Lionel Newman and Johnny Mercer. Mary Chase and Theodore Reeves. Lew Brown and Buddy DeSylva. William Bowers and Phoebe Ephron.
Bruce Bairnsfather and Arthur Elliot. Paul Rubens and Ernest Steffan. Frederick Lonsdale and Gladys Unger. Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman.
A musical parody of the television show The Big Bang Theory. Hanley and Joseph Meyer. The Big Broadcast of Clutsam and Will Grosz. The Big Gay Musical.
A musical based on the life of Tammy Faye Bakker. Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. The Billy Barnes Revue.
The Bing Boys Are Here. Walter Reisch and Billy Wilder. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Sig Herzig and Fred Saidy.
Alfred Maria Willner and Heinz Reichert. Leo Stein and Bela Jenbach. Edmund Eysler and Sigmund Romberg. Aubrey Hopwood and Charles H.
Blues in the Night. Joseph Stein and Will Glickman. Meera Syal and Thomas Meehan. The Book of Mormon. A musical about the life of BeBe Winans.
The Boy from Oz. The Boy Who Heard Music. Pete Townshend and Rachel Fuller. The Boys from Syracuse. Jimmy Chi and Kuckles. The Bridges of Madison County.
Based on the novel of the same name. Whiting and Samuel Kaylin. Bright Lights of Bright Lights, Big City.
Edie Brickell and Steve Martin. Lin-Manuel Miranda and Tom Kitt. Bring Your Smile Along. Blake Edwards and Richard Quine.
Ray Heindorf and Heinz Roemheld. Nacio Herb Brown , George M. Cohan and Willard Robison. Broadway Melody of Broadway Through a Keyhole.
Graham Baker and Gene Towne. Based on the play of the same name. Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio. Based on film Bubble Boy.
Buck Benny Rides Again. Buddy — The Buddy Holly Story. Bugs Bunny on Broadway. Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn. Based on the TV series Looney Tunes.
Ken Darby , Cyril J. Mockridge , Alfred Newman and Lionel Newman. George Axelrod and William Inge. By the Beautiful Sea. By the Light of the Silvery Moon.
Gus Edwards and Max Steiner. Danny Arnold and Edmund Hartmann. La Cage aux Folles. Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. John Colton and Dorothy Farnum.
Allan Carr and Bronte Woodard. John Hawkins and Richard Hill. DeSylva and Laurence Schwab. Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent.
Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Allan Scott and Ernest Pagano. Starred Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Castles in the Air. The Cat and the Fiddle. Catch Me If You Can. The Catch of the Season. Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton. Victor Herbert and Irving Berlin.
Curtis and Thomas Meehan. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. Al Boasberg and Robert E. John Van Tongeren and Mark Mothersbaugh.
The Cheetah Girls 2. Cellophane" and "We Both Reached for the Gun". Based on book written by Benjamin D. Smith about the aftermath of September 11, Howard Talbot and Ivan Caryll.
Chris and the Wonderful Lamp. Chronicle of a Death Foretold. Based on the original television special. Lionel Monckton and Paul Rubens.
Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. In addition to being a musical, the show features acrobatics and circus arts. A satiric musical based on the presidency of Bill Clinton.
Elsie Janis and Gene Markey. Claude Binyon and Frank Butler. August, Caroline Thompson and Pamela Pettler. The Count of Luxembourg. Basil Hood and Adrian Ross.
The Count of Monte Cristo. Twelve select songs are sung in English; contains influences from the film adaptation of the book. American premiere; directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge.
Melvin Frank and Norman Panama. Ira Gershwin and E. The Cradle Will Rock. William Alfred and Phyllis Robinson.
Gardner Sullivan and Bess Meredyth. Guy Bolton and Bert Kalmar. Phoebe Ephron , Henry Ephron. Robert Lord , Delmer Daves. George Abbott , Douglass Wallop.
A Damsel in Distress. Based on the novel of the same name by P. Dance a Little Closer. The Dance of Life. Sam Coslow and Leo Robin.
Dance of the Vampires. Louis Silvers and Burton Lane. William Peter Blatty and Blake Edwards. If there is of any comfort, your sister wanted you to be happy, to smile, to think of her and smile.
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My mom was diagnosed with having 5 brain aneurysms …. Posted on July 16, by Kimberley in 10 things. We hv been married only 3 years and I am struggling with trusting and respecting my husband after cheating on me several times.
I feel like he is not in our marriage to stay…. You are worthy of being treated with respect and love, because you bear the image of God and you seek His will.
I have been married to a drinking husband for almost a year now. He gets depressed then drinks. Not weeks on end, but a day or to three days I guess.
He has an illness and the last thing he needs is alcohol. His illness can cause depression. I did think, at one time, that he was an alcoholic, but my opinion, if you can go weeks without alcohol, you can easily quit.
He says he drinks when he gets to thinking about not being able to provide. He cannot work, cause of illness, and is trying for disability. He is not one to handle woes that come his way.
With all this said. I have done it all. Threatening to leave, crying, pleading, you name it. So, with this also said. I am what you may call a good wife.
A good wife, not perfect, just a good, rare, wife. So my question is do I go on. No one can answer that, especially if I cannot myself.
God put us together. Not a perfect start, but I loved him then and still do. Mistake or what, we married. Gods vows we took to stay together til death do us part.
So, will I continue in our marriage? Probably so, I still love him. That has not changed, nor will it ever I assume. One thing I must add, he does not cuss me out, hit me, or abuse me in any shape or form.
He drinks, its his abuse to himself, not to me. When he drinks he is ridiculous as all are when tipsy or drunk.
He is a great, husband that treats me very well. Especially for one who cannot provide. But of course, when he drinks, its upsetting and not pretty.
Its just hard to leave a person who treats you so well when he is sober. We are both Christians. God has helped this man, delivering him from the blackest pit and continues to do so.
He has the best of testimonials, surpassing mine by far. I was previously married to a man for 30 years, until he was unfaithful to our pastors daughter, just 24 years old at the time, getting her pregnant on top of all else.
I had no problem leaving that man, God gave me strength, courage, and the mental peace to cut him out of my life without as much as a crying spell.
It was that simple, that easy. But with this new man 4 years in Oct it is not easy. It is not a pleasing thought by all means when I think on leaving him.
I believe this may be from God. Others may disagree, but what else would give me this feelings I get from the mere thought of it?
One that will stay with a man til the end, unless God gives me the mindset to go. So what would you do? Most would leave without hesitation no doubt.
May God richly bless you! Thank u Jolene for all your posts. God is using u to minister to me. I am a good wife but still have loads of room for improvement.
I am in my mids now but find it difficult to get married. I prayed so hard about this but the people that come my way are not the right people for me.
At a time I had to compromise my stand so that I can move on with one of those guys but ended up regretting my action because I could not change him.
Really confused right now and sad about the whole thing. My wife has been consistently adulterous, unrepentant, arrogant, deceptive and always wish my downfall throughout our marriage.
We are separated at this moment after she arrogantly and maliciously moved out of our home with our children. But I need to know the will of God on whether or not I should continue in this marriage.