Ladies of the Evening .... Sergeant and the Singing Ensemble
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 and the Singing Men
Big Brother .... Dromio of Ephesus
Big Brother Ballet .... Dromio of Syracuse, Dromio of Ephesus
Sing for Your Supper .... Adriana, Luciana, Luce
Oh Diogenes .... Courtesan and the Men of the Singing and Dancing Ensembles
Finale .... The Entire Company
Additional Musical Numbers Lists
There are no additional song lists.
Trivia & History
In the research department of the Library for the Performing Arts in New York there is a script for this production, accompanied by notes explaining that the materials that the St. Louis MUNY received from the licensing agent were a shambles that had to be reconstructed and some things could only be guessed at.
The production seems to have ended up as a mix of the original version and the Off-Broadway version. The "Ballet Bachannal" that ended the first act seems to have been based on the same general idea as the "Ladies Choice" ballet from the Off-Broadway production, but we don't know if the same music was used.
"I Wish I Were in Love Again" from Babes in Arms was interpolated into this production for Mary McCarty, who played Luce.