The musical numbers list has been verified as correct.
Overture .... Orchestra
Opening (Bells Are Ringing) .... Announcer, Ensemble
It's a Perfect Relationship .... Ella
Independent .... Jeff, Ensemble
You've Got to Do It .... Jeff
It's a Simple Little System .... Sandor, Ensemble
Is It a Crime? .... Ella
It's Better Than a Dream .... Ella, Jeff
I Met a Girl .... Jeff, Ensemble
Long Before I Knew You .... Jeff, Ella
Entr'acte .... Orchestra
Mu-Cha-Cha .... Ella and Carl
Dance .... Carol, Carl, Carol, Ensemble
Just in Time .... Jeff, Ella
Drop That Name .... Ella, Ensemble
The Party's Over .... Ella
Salzburg .... Sue, Sandor
The Midas Touch .... Johnnie Monroe and the Pyramid Dancers
Long Before I Knew You (Reprise) .... Jeff
I'm Goin' Back .... Ella
Finale .... Full Company
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Trivia & History
Our opening date for the production is an approximation, based on the date of the earliest reviews we can find.
According to Lew Resseguie's book, The End of the Tunnel, the production was a troubled one. Resseguie, who was a member of the cast, reports a power struggle between director Sue Lawless and choreographer Rob Marshall. According to Ressegule, the result was an unhappy experience for just about everyone and a mediocre production. The latter view is supported by Alvin Klein's review in the New York Times, which blamed Lawless, but Resseguie suggests that the production might have been excellent had Marshall not worked to undermine Lawless's authority.
Nonetheless, the production moved on to a planned second engagement in Michigan.