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Broadway Cartoons and Comics

Broadway cartoon 1 of 71

broadway cartoon

"It's not a huge role, but it is Shakespeare. I get to ask the king if he wants bottled or tap."

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CC143378

High Res:

3428x2562 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 7 of 71

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"I find it comforting to have Off-Broadway plays in the background."

Artist:

Hwang, Amy

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CC142934

High Res:

2705x3088 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 10 of 71

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"When I grow up, I want to become president and eventually the subject of a groundbreaking, critically-acclaimed Broadway musical."

Search ID:

BA500463

High Res:

1392x1500 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 13 of 71

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"Hi, I'm Ron. I'll be your waiter this evening. Previously, I was Billy Bigelow in the Center Moriches production of 'Carousel,' Biff in the Yardley Playhouse's 'Death of a Salesman,' Nathan Detroit in Oakland's 'Guys and Dolls,' Laertes in . . ."

Search ID:

CC31066

High Res:

1929x2129 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 19 of 71

broadway cartoon

"Police believe the gunman acted alone. True. My client's an actor and believed he was auditioning for a part."

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mban4990

High Res:

2389x1998 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 20 of 71

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"If you look at Lexington Avenue, it is anyone's guess what's happening on the 6 train. Moving on to Broadway, I can tell you that the N and R Lines may or may not be running smoothly, while the Eighth Avenue A and C are, as always, a complete mystery."

Artist:

Dator, Joe

Search ID:

CC138221

High Res:

3792x3019 (unwatermarked)

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Broadway cartoon 21 of 71

broadway cartoon

Paris, 1922, George Gershwin and Franz Kafka try to write a musical.

Search ID:

shr0860

High Res:

1878x2000 (unwatermarked)

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