Weill's adaptability to the popular stage is, in fact, what most appeals to us now.
"Fallacies, when they have reached the popular stage, become anonymous anyway," he wrote in his 222-page book, which sold more than 600,000 copies.
"Urinetown" isn't the first popular stage musical based on a nutty premise.
He also covered many of the most popular stage and screen songs of the 1950s and 1960s.
But Jonson had by no means given up the popular stage when he turned to the amusement of King James.
Tarmo would remain a popular stage and film actor until his death in Tallinn in 1967.
Balanchine did not look down on his work for the popular stage and screen.
This suite will be performed on popular stages in the various neighbourhoods, known as tablados, throughout the Carnival period.
This was the first film of Claude Dampier, a popular stage and vaudeville comedian.
Up to the end of the sixteenth century medieval farce and spectacle dominated the popular stage in Paris.