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Broadway

The major theater district in New York City. The phrase "on Broadway" is typically used of productions there. My dream is to end up on Broadway, starring in a famous play! We're headed over to Broadway now, so we'll meet you there!

on Broadway

Fig. located in the Broadway theater district in New York City; performed in the Broadway theater district. (Regarded as having the best of American stage productions.) Our musical is the best thing on Broadway! I want to be a star on Broadway someday.
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Moye and his Broadway colleagues have raised funds for Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis research and education over the last two years.
Up before the lark at 2am for a daily trip to Billingsgate Market before setting up the stall - which has been in the family for "donkey's years" - White then hot-foots it back to his Mitcham home, which also doubles as his kennels, to tend to the needs of his pair of racing greyhounds, Broadway Sizzler and Broadway Spark.
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Dancers auditioning for Broadway musicals or for entrance to performing arts colleages are taking advantage of lyric jazz for these same reasons.
On this scrap of paper, which held his sugar or salt, perchance, or was the wadding of his gun, sitting on a log in the forest, with what interest we read the tattle of cities, of those larger huts, empty and to let, like this, in High Streets and Broadways.
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Holiday time is usually Broadways boom time, but this season was particularly flush, pushed by premium pricing and several shows going from eight performances a week to nine.
Aside from the usual classical and Broadways tunes, she promised to perform several popular contemporary songs plus a special dance number - a first in her career.
Gina Carey's raw, soulful sound has been compared to the likes of Gladys Knight, Betty Wright, Denise Williams and Broadways sensation Stephanie Mills.
The Broadways also had a black cat called Salem which had scabs on his body and wounds to his side.
We have been experiencing continuous snowfall for the past two days," said Kishori Lal, Manager, Broadways Inn, Manali.
Those productions will add dollars that have nothing to do with profits, and should push Broadways total tally to more than $1 billion for the first time ever--making the ongoing recession look a lot kinder than it really is.
He was a retired cashier having worked 37 years at Broadways in Worcester.
Westfield will also assume full control of the Broadways shopping centre in Bradford and the Sprucefield shopping centre in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.