The musical was based on the 1988’s motion picture named the same. Despite the mixed reviews, the musical was able to go on Broadway for 626 regular stagings.
Its premiere took place in 2004 in sunny California, where it received polishing & gone to Broadway in early 2005. Its official opening took place 2 months later. Closing took place only in autumn of 2006. Following people worked on its creation: Jack O'Brien (Director), Jerry Mitchell (choreography), D. Rockwell & G. Carves (scenic design & costumes, respectively), K. Posner (in charge of the lighting). Actors were: S. Gettelfinger, J. Lithgow, G. Jbara, N. L. Butz, J. Gleason & S. R. Scott. Despite the fact that the show was nominated for 10 Tony awards, it received only 1.
The national tour was launched in 2006, it starred N. L. Butz, the only one of the team received the Tony for the Broadway production. The tour was completed a year later, and a musical for this time had travelled to 25 US cities, culminating in Tennessee.
Musical was released on the international stage in 2013, visiting such places: Mexico City, Tokyo, Seoul, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Sydney and Oslo.
West End took musical quite warm, holding it there for over a year, from April 2014 to May 2015. The latter tour of the UK was launched in 2015, with the composition of the cast: J. Lee–Jones, J. Wickham, G. Fitzgerald, K. Warsop, E. Caffrey, K. Stephen–Jones, A. Conaghan, R. Shepherd, P. Coupe, F. Rowley, S. Faroughi, A. Rees, J. Godbold, L. Mathieson, O. Gormley, J. Livesey, & P. Harper.
Release date: 2005
Last Update:February, 24th 2016
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels lyrics list
- Act 1
- Overture/Give Them What They Want
- What Was A Woman To Do
- Great Big Stuff
- Chimp In A Suit
- All About Ruprecht
- Here I Am
- Nothing Is Too Wonderful To Be True
- The Miracle
- Act 2
- Ruffhousin' Mit Shuffhausen
- Like Zis/Like Zat
- The More We Dance
- Love Is My Legs
- Love Sneaks In
- Son Of Great Big Stuff
- The Reckoning
- Dirty Rotten Number