Seesaw

Original Broadway Production (1973)


Musical Numbers


Act One

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  • Seesaw .... Company
  • My City .... Jerry and the Neighborhood Girls
  • Nobody Does It Like Me .... Gittel
  • In Tune .... Gittel and Jerry
  • Spanglish .... Julio Gonzales, Gittel, Jerry, Sophie and Full Company
  • Welcome to Holiday Inn .... Gittel
  • You're a Loveable Lunatic .... Jerry
  • He's Good for Me .... Gittel
  • Ride Out the Storm .... Sparkle, Sophie and Full Company

Act Two

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  • We've Got It .... Jerry Ryan
  • Poor Everybody Else .... Gittel
  • Chapter 54, Number 1909 .... David, Jerry, Gittel and Dance Company
  • The Concert .... Gittel and Dance Company
  • It's Not Where You Start .... David and Full Company
  • I'm Way Ahead .... Gittel
  • Seesaw (Reprise) .... Gittel

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

These song lists document any changes that the production went through aside from the opening night song list.

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Trivia & History

Perhaps because of all the turmoil during the tryout and Broadway previews and the many changes made during that time (including the firing of a number of chorus members), when the production opened, the only role for which a standby or understudy was listed was Gittel Mosca. For that role, the standby was Patti Karr, who reportedly played the role approximately 50 times before taking over as the regular performer in the role. As the run went on, a standby was added for the leading male character, Jerry Ryan, and understudies were also listed for several of the supporting characters. One oddity is that Judy Gibson was the understudy for the character Julio Gonzalez, normally played by Giancarlo Esposito (who was replaced during the run by David Craig Moskin). It may be that the character was renamed Julia if Gibson went on in the role.

A number of roles listed in the playbill during early New York previews were eliminated by opening night. One of those roles, Oscar, originally played by Gerry O'Hara, was added back to the show at some point during the run. When the character was put back in the show, Kenneth Carr played the role.

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