Miss Turnstiles .... Danced by Ivy and Male Soloists from the Dance Ensemble
Come Up to My Place .... Hildy and Chip
Carried Away .... Claire and Ozzie; Danced by Soloists from the Dance Ensemble
Lonely Town .... Gabey and Chorus; Danced by High School Girl, Sailor in Blue and Ballet
Do, Re, Do .... Madame Dilly, Ivy and Girls; Danced by Ivy
I Can Cook .... Hildy
Lucky to Be Me .... Gabey and Chorus
Sailors on the Town .... Penny Arcade Boy and Dance Ensemble
So Long .... Six female dancers
I'm Blue .... Singer (Diana Dream), Spanish Singer
You Got Me .... Hildy, Chip, Claire, Ozzie
I Understand .... Pitkin and Lucy
Subway to Coney Island .... Danced by Five Soloists from the Dance Ensemble
Gabey in the Playground of the Rich .... Danced by Ivy and The Great Lover, and Members of the Dance Ensemble
Some Other Time .... Hildy, Chip, Claire, Ozzie
Coney Island .... Ivy and Cooch Girls
New York, New York (reprise) .... Three Sailors and Entire Company
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Trivia & History
Most unusually for the time period, the production played two public previews before the official opening-night of its tryout run at the Colonial in Boston. This was explained in the New York Times as having been deemed necessary because there was a shortage of stagehands "and on that account it was considered inadvisable to have the critics present." It wasn't until Friday of that week that the full quota of stagehands was available, and the Boston critics aw the show on that night.
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December 26, 1944
(2 previews) Opening
December 28, 1944
February 2, 1946
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