This musical theater organizational chart depicts the musical theater's structure. Musicals frequently feature songs and dancing, whereas plays typically feature text-based dialogue. However, there is a script within the musical, which is why a play is performed. Book musicals have three major components: music, lyrics, and a book. Songs are sung in musical theater productions, and spoken dialogue is combined with acting and dance. As shown in the musical theater organizational chart, the show's story and its emotional content are communicated through music, movement, and a coherent technical platform in each of the four elements of a musical - humor, pathos, love, and anger.