That clue said absolutely nothing to me, so I did not get it.
I knew Rodeo had been a ballet, choreographed by Agnes DeMille, but I did not know that Appalachian Spring had been one. So of course my FJ answer was Rodeo.
I was thrilled to get Pretty Boy Floyd but was not at all surprised that the contestants didn't. Them missing The Glass Menagerie did, though.
Can't remember which night it was that ELVI was a category, but the contestants not getting Elvis Costello deeply disappointed me.
Yeah, me too.
He read about the only lyrics of hers that you can actually say on television.
It's a thing, but it's Stravinsky, not Copland.
She's the only person who has ever managed to hide the dark circles under my eyes - I wanted to bring her home with me. She's a miracle worker.
I guessed McDonnell Douglas.
I'm familiar with Appalachian Spring but did not know it had been a ballet. Should've said it anyway, since Rodeo didn't exactly fit.
And what, a week after no one knew Lawyers, Guns and Money by Warren Zevon? Philistines!!
I can name every British monarch from Edward the Confessor and Elizabeth II, and some of their spouses, and I still got both George III and Henry VIII wrong; I said George IV (Regency, you idiot, while George III was nuts, not after he was dead - ugh!) and Elizabeth I. Sometimes the brain just doesn't go to the right place quick enough.
This is from the ballet Rodeo. So you were getting there.