Musical theater

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Musical theater (or musical theater) is a kind of performance in a theater. It uses acting, music, songs, and often dance. A work of musical theater is called a musical. Unlike operas, musicals are sung by highly belting the words, not shouted. Some well-known musicals are West Side Story, The Sound of Music, Chicago and Oklahoma!.

There were musicals as long ago as the 1800s.

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