What is the Meaning & Definition of Musical

While the term 'music' is an adjective related to music and as such exists mainly to describe those elements, phenomena and objects linked to this form of art, today the word is used so popular and extended to refer to the plays and productions in which the combination of music and dance is the most important. It is not easy to determine the source specific and dated musical as artistic style. However, it is believed that it started to emerge at the end of the 19th century, becoming extremely popular in the first half of the 20th century. The musical, to be deemed as such, must have a script that is represented through the permanent collation of songs, dances and dialogues between the characters. In recent times, musicals have made incredible progress in regards to instrumental and technological possibilities.
The motives of the musical always vary and are obviously very different. Anyway, there are some elements that remain, such as the presence of heroes and heroines, villains, and choirs. In addition, it is always important for a musical to have the sets, lighting, costumes and makeup appropriate since these elements will be who completes the performances and performances by artists.
There is no doubt that Broadway, in New York, is the birthplace of the musical and that since there are born and depart breathtaking musical numbers that are then brought to the world. This area of the city of New York has at least 40 professional theatres of significant size in which often represented the most renowned musical per season. Among them we can mention Cats, Les Miserables, the Phantom of the Opera, Rent and Hair among many others. The variety of shows available transforms to Broadway in one of the tourist places of greater imprint in New York.