Movin' Out

Original Broadway Production (2002)


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Act One

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  • It's Still Rock and Roll to Me (Overture) .... Company
  • Scenes From an Italian Restaurant .... Brenda, Eddie, Tony, James, Judy, Sergeant O'Leary and Ensemble
  • Movin' Out .... Tony, Eddie, James and Sergeant O'Leary
  • Reverie (Villa D'Este)
  • Just the Way You Are .... James, Judy and Ensemble
  • For the Longest Time
  • This Night .... Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
  • Uptown Girl .... Brenda, Eddie, Tony and Ensemble
  • Summer, Highland Falls .... Eddie, Brenda, Tony and Ensemble
  • Waltz #1 (Nunley's Carousel) .... Tony, Eddie, James, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble
  • We Didn't Start the Fire .... Judy, Brenda, James, Tony, Eddie and Ensemble
  • She's Got a Way .... Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
  • The Stranger .... Judy and Ensemble
  • Elegy (The Great Peconic) .... Judy, Brenda, Tony, Eddie, Drill Sergeant and Ensemble

Act Two

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  • Invention in C Minor .... Eddie and Ensemble
  • Angry Young Man .... Eddie and Ensemble
  • Big Shot .... Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
  • Big Man on Mulberry Street .... Tony, Brenda and Ensemble
  • Captain Jack .... Eddie and Ensemble
  • Innocent Man .... Eddie and Ensemble
  • Pressure .... Judy, Eddie and Ensemble
  • Goodnight Saigon .... Eddie, Judy, James, Tony and Ensemble
  • Air (Dublinesque) .... Brenda
  • Shameless .... Brenda and Tony
  • James .... Judy and Eddie
  • River of Dreams
  • Keeping the Faith
  • Only the Good Die Young .... Eddie and Ensemble
  • I've Loved These Days .... Tony, Brenda, Eddie and Ensemble
  • Scenes From an Italian Restaurant (Reprise) .... Company

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Trivia & History

At closing night, Billy Joel appeared after the curtain call and played a rendition of “Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway”, which included an ad-libbed lyric that referred to producers James L. Nederlander and Emanuel Azenberg as the men who lit up Broadway again. He concluded his performance and the run of the show by leading the band in “You May Be Right”.

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