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stempel

(ˈstɛmpəl) or

stemple

n
a timber support or crossbar, often used as a step in mines
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No one has had to work very hard to sell Jews tickets to musicals: As anyone who has seen Spamalot knows, "You won't succeed on Broadway if you haven't got any Jews." While Larry Stempel's heroically ambitious, 800-page Showtime: A History of the Broadway Musical Theater (Norton, September) relates the ins and outs of an oddly resilient cultural form from the mid-19th century to the present, including everything from minstrelsy to light opera to Bob Fosse and much more, it offers especially rich coverage of the chosen people of the Great White Way.