The Boys From Syracuse

Off-Broadway Revival (1963)

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Sergeant
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Aegeon
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Antipholus of Ephesus
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Dromio of Ephesus
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Antipholus of Syracuse
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Dromio of Syracuse
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Luce
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Adriana
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Luciana
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Courtesan

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Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • I Had Twins .... Aegeon, Sergeant, Duke, Angelo, Ensemble
  • Dear Old Syracuse .... Antipholus of Syracuse and Dromio of Syracuse
  • What Can You Do With a Man? .... Luce and Dromio of Ephesus
  • Falling in Love With Love .... Adriana
  • Falling in Love With Love (Reprise and Dance) .... Luciana and a Maid
  • The Shortest Day of the Year .... Antipholus of Ephesus
  • The Shortest Day of the Year (Reprise) .... Adriana
  • This Can't Be Love .... Antipholus of Syracuse and Luciana
  • This Can't Be Love (Reprise) .... Luciana
  • Ladies Choice (Ballet) .... Antipholus of Ephesus, Courtesan, Adriana, Fatima, Duke, Merchant of Syracuse, Tailor, Corporal, Galatea, Pygmalion, Amazons

Act Two

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  • Ladies of the Evening .... Sergeant and Company
  • He and She .... Luce and Dromio of Syracuse
  • You Have Cast Your Shadow on the Sea .... Antipholus of Syracuse and Luciana
  • Come With Me .... Antipholus of Ephesus, Sergeant, Corporal, Tailor, Angelo, Merchant of Syracuse, Duke
  • Big Brother .... Dromio of Ephesus
  • Big Brother (Dance) .... Dromio of Syracuse and Dromio of Ephesus
  • Sing for Your Supper .... Adriana, Luciana, Luce
  • Oh, Diogenes .... Courtesan and Company
  • Finale .... Entire Company

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Trivia & History

On the evening of June 26, 1963, Gary Oakes, whose regular role at that point in the run was Antipholus of Syracuse, played both that role and Antipholus of Ephesus, substituting in the latter role for Clifford David, who was suffering from a throat ailment (according to the account in the New York Times). In the final scene, when the two characters appear onstage together, Fred Kimbrough substituted for David.


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