He addressed a few trivialities to the musical-comedy star who was sitting on his left.
The mise-en-scne is far better here than it is in Paris, where this "musical-comedy" is still an attraction.
There are four musical-comedy productions in London that a sheer sense of duty compelled me to see.
She, too, had attained a good deal of celebrity in the musical-comedy world—was to be one of the features of the cast.
He'd been a musical-comedy producer so long that no megalomaniacal absurdity could take him by surprise.
She could never, she knew, nerve herself to look for another job in a musical-comedy chorus.
"Oh, those silly buffoons and their musical-comedy uniforms," the Crown Prince shrugged.
Yeovil had seen the same sort of thing done on the musical-comedy stage, and done rather differently.
The Widow Weld was a musical-comedy sort of widow in French-heeled, patent-leather slippers and girlish gowns.
In losing her, the musical-comedy stage has lost a player whose peculiar individuality will not easily be replaced.