Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Playlist for Sunday, Octobert 2, 2016: I Told You There'd Be A Quiz

Multiple Choice:
Please choose the best answer to fill the blanks below.

1.) Once upon a time, there was a  _____________ who ruled over a large kingdom.

a.) Green Ogre
b.) Hot Shot Station Manager
c.) Queen Lucy

2.) The kingdom was in ________________.

a.) the hands of assorted dwarfs
b.) Agony, as there was NO COFFEE, only frickin' tea
c.)  Danger, as there was an election coming up, and even tho Queen Lucy wasn't THAT popular, the Green Ogre would be a lot worse. A lot.

3.) To make things worse, _________, who lived in a high tower with long, long hair (the girl, not the tower) was tired of waiting to be rescued and had taken to singing (loudly) (well, some would call it screaming) at odd intervals of the night, waking everybody up, including Queen Lucy, ruining her beauty sleep and fading her looks, which could have been a lot better to start with. A lot.

a.) Charles Nelson Reilly (BEFORE Hollywood Squares, when he had hair and
      better glasses).
b.) Alice Ghostley and Kaye Ballard (they took turns)
c.)  Rapunzel (one ticked off lady)

4.) ______________ my prince will come, sang the long-haired goose in the tower.

a.) So what if.....
b.) Who the hell cares when...
c.) I'm getting out of here quick before...
d.) all of the above, cuz they're sort of the same.

5.) She finally escaped on her own, down a ladder that she paid the minstrel to get for her (way too much, she should have checked Home Depot, NOT Lowe's, waaaaay too expensive at Lowe's), and ran off to _____________ to star in a Broadway show about self-sufficient fairy tale heroines, but met a nice stage manager after a couple of years and is now content to do community theatre and teaches voice on the side.

a.) Another castle, but down on 42nd Street
b.) Big "D"
c.) The Streets of Miami
d.) (Intentionally left blank)

Thank you for your best effort! Quiz scores will (not) be relayed with (any) speed (whatsover), and extra credit possibilities (DEFINITELY) exist if/when you listen to 2 On The Aisle! Please live happily ever after. The End.

Story Of My Life (John Tartaglia, Ensemble, Shrek The Musical)
Standing On The Corner (Shorty Long, Ensemble, The Most Happy Fella)
Coffee Break (Charles Nelson Reilly, Claudette Sutherland, Ensemble,
        How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying)
The Oldest Established (Sam Levene, Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver, Ensemble,
        Guys And Dolls)
Big "D" (Susan Johnson, Shorty Long, Ensemble, The Most Happy Fella)
Once Upon A Dream (Chorus, Sleeping Beauty)
An Opening For A Princess (Joseph Bova, Ensemble, Once Upon A Mattress)
Some Day My Prince Will Come (Adriana Caselotti, Assorted Dwarfs,
        Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs)
Is That My Prince? (Shirley Booth, Albert Linville, A Tree Grows In Brooklyn)
42nd Street (Wanda Richert, Lee Roy Reams, Company, 42nd Street)
Easy Street (Robert Fitch, Dorothy Loudon, Barbara Erwin, Annie)
Easy Street (Elaine Stritch, Stritch)
The Streets Of Miami (Allan Sherman, My Son The Folk Singer)
The Prince Is Giving A Ball (Ensemble, Cinderella)
Two Fairy Tales (Suzanne Henry, Craig Lucas, Marry Me A Little)
Stepsister's Lament (Kaye Ballard, Alice Ghostley, Cinderella)
A Lovely Night (Julie Andrews, Kaye Ballard, Alice Ghostley, Ilka Chase,  
With One Look (Patti Lupone, Sunset Boulevard)
Let's Have Lunch (Kevin Anderson, Ensemble, Sunset Boulevard)
The Perfect Year (Patti Lupone, Sunset Boulevard)
Many Moons Ago (Harry Snow, Once Upon A Mattress)
I'm Wishing (Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell, Snow White & The Seven
Where In The World Is My Prince? (Faith Prince, Miss Spectacular)
Queen Lucy (Reva Rose, Bob Balaban, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown)
A Very Nice Prince/First Midnight/Giants In The Sky (Joanna Gleason, Kim
       Crosby, Ensemble, Into The Woods)
Hello, Little Girl (Robert Westenberg, Danielle Ferland, Into The Woods)
Agony (Robert Westenberg, Chuck Wagner, Into The Woods)
No One Is Alone (Ensemble, Into The Woods)
I Think I Got You Beat (Sutton Foster, Brian d'Arcy James, Shrek The Musical)
I Know It's Today (Sutton Foster, Shrek The Musical)
Travel Song (Daniel Breaker, Brian d'Arcy James, Shrek The Musical)
Who I'd Be (Brian d'Arcy James, Sutton Foster, Ensemble, Shrek The Musical)


  1. I am holding out for the essays.

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