Broadway Musical Characters Without Names

They are memorable Broadway characters that have been given lines and/or solos, but not an actual name.
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Last updated: January 10, 2016
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"Cabaret" host and performer.
Storyteller in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat"
In "The Drowsy Chaperone" he invites us into his apartment to listen to his favorite musical.
Man in Chair
In "West Side Story" he runs the candy store.
He's in charge of Munchkin City in "Wizard of Oz"
Munchkin Mayor
Fagin's best pickpocket in "Oliver"
The Artful Dodger
In "Les Miserables" he gives Valjean a new start and some silver.
The Bishop of Digne
He's from "Into the Woods" and presumably knows how to make bread.
The Baker
Spouse of the above.
The Baker's Wife
In "In the Heights" he sells refreshing treats made from shavings from a block of ice.
Piragua Guy
Though her true identity is revealed at the end of "Sweeney Todd", until then she is simply known as...
Beggar Woman
In "Will Rogers Follies" she is the preferred showgirl of the boss.
Ziegfeld's Favorite
Manages the factory owned by Valjean in "Les Miserables"
The Foreman
One of the two memorables singing & dancing gangsters from "Kiss Me Kate"
First Man (or Second Man)
Soldier in charge of law & order in Anatevka in "Fiddler on the Roof"
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Oct 10, 2016
Mistress from Evita would have been another good one.