19 Broadway-Inspired Baby Names We Want to Steal
She’ll be the only Elphaba in her class
Sure, it would be really cool to name your baby after Albert Einstein, Maya Angelou or Leonardo da Vinci.
But let’s face it--you’re a theater geek, and you want your kid to grow up tap dancing and singing show tunes into a hairbrush, just like you did.
Here are 19 Broadway-inspired baby names we love. Sing out, Elphaba.
OLIVER FROM “OLIVER”
Please, sir, he wants some more…cookies.
CHRISTINE FROM “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA”
First stop, preschool ballet lessons. Next stop, the Paris Opera House.
MARIUS FROM “LES MISERABLES”
He’s building a barricade of blocks already.
ANNIE FROM “ANNIE”
The sunshine of your life.
GEORGE FROM “SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE”
Finishing the toy car.
ROXIE FROM “CHICAGO”
The name on everybody’s lips.
PIPPIN FROM “PIPPIN”
He’s gotta find his corner of the playground.
ADELAIDE FROM “GUYS AND DOLLS”
She loves you, a bushel and a peck.
FINCH FROM “HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING”
Coffee--err, chocolate milk break.
KIM FROM “BYE BYE BIRDIE”
Don’t let her date until she’s 18.
LOLA FROM “KINKY BOOTS”
These boots were made for toddlin’.
ELIZA FROM “MY FAIR LADY”
She could have twirled all night.
SKY FROM “MAMMA MIA”
Mini ABBA fan in training.
VICTORIA FROM “CATS”
Her first word? Jellicle.
HAROLD FROM “THE MUSIC MAN”
He loves playing “76 Trombones” on his iPad.
ELPHABA FROM “WICKED”
She’s already defying gravity (with Dad’s help).
CURLY FROM “OKLAHOMA”
Most adorable cowboy ever.
SANDY FROM “GREASE”
Tell us about it, stud.
HAMILTON FROM “HAMILTON”
Something tells us this name’s gonna go mainstream.