Vote For The Best Musical Of The 1990s!

After voting on the best new and revival musicals of the 2000’s, the 1990s wants theatre nerds to vote on the best new musicals.

Eligible musicals follow these 2 rules:

1. The musical must’ve won the Tony Award for Best Musical

2. That musical must’ve won that award during the 1990

Understand? Good.

#1 The Lion King

1. Sweep the tech awards

2. Have songs written by Elton John

3. Be made by Disney

Congratulations! you now have the 3rd longest running show in Broadway history!

220 points
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#2 Rent

Is there anything to say about Rent that hasn't been said already? Because I can say without a doubt, this will be No.1!

194 points
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#3 Sunset Boulevard

Andrew Lloyd Webber's 8th musical to be nominated for Best Musical, Glenn Close leads as aging star Norma Desmond in a role to good to describe!

13 points
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#4 Fosse

The celebration of the most successful choreographer in history, Bob Fosse, the art of dancing is shown the through famous songs from shows like Chicago, Pippin and Dancin'!

11 points
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#5 Crazy for You

Containing some the greatest songs by the Gershwin brothers, the story is full of heart and love with some great costumes and choreography to add!

9 points
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#6 Kiss of the Spider Woman

Kander and Ebb + Chita Rivera + Brent Carver + Terrence McNally = a stunning yet dark musical with serious social commentary!

2 points
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#7 City of Angels

Though may be confusing for some people due to the two different worlds, the jazz sound and detailed set design are good at keeping audiences interested!

-4 points
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#8 The Will Rogers Follies

The final collaboration between Betty Comden and Adolph Green, this show is colourful, bright and all around fun!

-13 points
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#9 Titanic

Who knew one of the biggest tragedies in history could turn into a Tony Winning musical? Well it happened has one of the best scores of the decade!

-33 points
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#10 Passion

Beautiful and controversial, the conclusion to the Sondheim-Lapine trilogy is stunning in the only way these two know how!

-82 points
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