It's Raining on Prom Night .... Sandy, Radio Voice & Johnny Casino
Shakin' at the High School Hop .... Johnny Casino
Boogie Man Boogie .... Johnny Casino & Company
Born to Hand-Jive .... Johnny Casino & Company
Beauty School Dropout .... Teen Angel & Angels
Rock 'n' Roll Party Queen .... Burger Palace Boys
Rock Progression .... Doody & Company
There Are Worse Things I Could Do .... Rizzo
Alone at a Drive-in Movie .... Kenickie
Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee (reprise) .... Sandy
In My Day .... Miss Lynch
Kiss It .... Sandy & Pink Ladies
All Choked Up .... Danny, Sandy & Company
Grease (i) (reprise) .... Entire Company
Additional Musical Numbers Lists
There are no additional song lists.
Trivia & History
Originally Miss Lynch and Mr. Devlin presided over the 10th year reunion that bookends the show. Because the new production was set in 2011, it became a 50th year reunion. As Miss Lynch and Mr. Devlin wouldn't be...available...Patty Simcox and Eugene Florczyk were put in charge of the reunion.
Since 1972, the cast has played themselves at the reunion. In this production, older actors played Patty and Eugene.
In the 1971 Chicago production, Danny's right-hand man was named Miller and Kenickie was a sixth Burger Palace Boy (the sixth being cut before the show was done off-Broadway). Because audiences are used to Danny's second being Kenickie, the sixth Burger Palace Boy was restored and renamed Miller.
A large scene in the boiler room of the school was restored, which had been cut during the 1971 rehearsals. The scene has the Burger Palace Boys in the boiler room with Coach Sakowitz during an H-Bomb drill.
The song "How Big I'm Gonna Be" was written by Jim Jacobs for this production using Warren Casey's lyrics (and chords over the words) for an unwritten song.
Patty Simcox has a crush on Danny, enouraging him to run on the track team. In turn, Danny uses her as a pawn to make Sandy jealous.
Many other small changes to lines and character development were made.