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    Downtown Madison, Indiana is home to many beautiful and historical landmarks. Of those many landmarks, one particularly beautiful item stands out to Madison’s inhabitants and visitors. This wonderful monument is the Broadway Fountain, which is named after the street it belongs to. The Broadway Fountain was given to the city of Madison in 1886 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (Wright). Today, it is still revered as a magnificent work that the citizens of Madison would do anything to preserve. Dimensionally

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    Broadway History

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    One of the very first electrified streets in the United States was Broadway. This gave it many opportunities to become a large icon for our nation. As we know now it is one of the most well-known places for great entertainment. However Broadway was not always the iconic entertainment center it is today; it was stolen, had New York City emerge around it, and persevered through many difficult economic and cultural times. Broadway started out as the main trading route of the Lenape Indians. The trail

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    The Broadway Fountain

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    The Broadway Fountain The Broadway Fountain is a beautiful fountain that has become an extremely popular attractions in Madison, Indiana. The fountain was created by J.P. Victor Andre. The fountain was originally labeled as “No. 5” and was displayed in a catalog created by a company named Kirtland Iron Company. The original price of the fountain was at an astonishing price of only $2500.00. The fountain stands 26.6 feet high and 35.6 feet in width. It has two basins and a reflecting pool. The top

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    Is Broadway Dying?

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    that Broadway is going extinct. “Many belief that American theater is suffering an artistic death” (Wollman). Many people think that Broadway is dying. I strongly disagree with that opinion. Broadway is alive and well and appearing nightly in the Time Square area of New York City. First of all, Broadway is the heart of the American theater. The only other theatre district in the world that compares to Broadway is the theater district in West End of London, England. Just how big is Broadway? “Located

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    Broadway Essay

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    Broadway musical, flashy lights and choreography. It is an memorable night at New York City during christmas to someone, and it is a life time dream to make true to some people. According to American Theatre Wing, 80% of shows open on Broadway end up losing money. However, Broadway investors and producers do anything they can to make “the show”, the show will have years of run on Broadway, the show will tour around the nation, and the show will make millions of dollars. They adapt new trends and

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    Influences On Broadway

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    many differences in the world. Throughout history, Broadway has both influenced and been influenced by the society surrounding it. There’s a reason why New York has one of the highest annual attendance rates of any tourist attraction in the world, and it’s not just because of the pizza. Tourism in New York City serves over 56 million foreign and American tourists each year, with the Broadway Theater District being a popular attraction. Broadway is also at the center of commercial culture in America

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    from. The purpose of this project is to see if the customers who patronize the Broadway Tavern are satisfied with the customer service which they receive. In my research strategy in completing my project had one primary objective, my customers such as gender, age, and martial status. The secondary objective was to find out if my customers' needs are satisfied. The results of the surveys that my customers at the Broadway Tavern completed show that they are satisfied with the overall service that they

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    Broadway Impact

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    The Broadway lights have not always shined as bright as they do now. It took quite a bit of time for Broadway to jump start into the popular entertainment it is known for today. It started at the perfect time; war, cultural struggle, the depression, and the "roaring 20s". Broadway changed the world, specifically the United States. Despite its rise and fall in popularity, Broadway played a key role in shaping the entertainment industry and impacted American culture. In 1750, two actor-managers

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    The "Godfather of Broadway"

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    Abbott reached his mid-twenties, he was cast as the drunken college boy in The Misleading Lady on Broadway. This began an acting career that lasted through the 1920s. Also in the ‘20s, Abbott began working as a playwright and director. The Fall Guy is the name of the first play that Abbott received authorial credit for in 1925 while working for producer John Golden. He then co-wrote and directed Broadway and Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em, and directed Chicago and Cowboy Crazy the following year. Things changed

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    The History of Chicago’s Broadway

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    return”(goodreads.com). Broadway can help teach people morales. Broadway is one of the most exciting parts of downtown Chicago. Broadway in Chicago is undoubtedly less recognized then what it should be due to its talent and national status. When people say “Theatre in Chicago” they are talking about the very best of Broadway. It is affordable, convenient, and very diverse; it is way more than just Broadway productions, Broadway in Chicago also shows local and original productions, as well as the Broadway hits everyone

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