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Crazy For You Musical Lyrics

Crazy For You Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. Overture
  3. K-Ra-Zy for You
  4. I Can't Be Bothered Now
  5. Bidin' My Time
  6. Things Are Looking Up
  7. Could You Use Me?
  8. Shall We Dance?
  9. Entrance to Nevada
  10. Someone to Watch over Me
  11. Slap That Bass
  12. Embraceable You
  13. Tonight's the Night
  14. I Got Rhythm
  15. Act 2
  16. Entr'acte
  17. Real American Folk Song
  18. What Causes That?
  19. Naughty Baby
  20. Stiff Upper Lip
  21. They Can't Take That Away from Me
  22. But Not for Me
  23. New York Interlude/Nice Work If You Can Get it
  24. Bidin' My Time (French Reprise)
  25. Finale

Crazy For You musical description

Mike Ockrent, not a new comer to the theatrical business, was director of this musical, and Susan Stroman did choreography (one of hers famous works is a dance show Contact, where she did both as director and choreographer). Preview was decided to hold in Washington, D. C., and, ten exhibitions after, it moved to Shubert Theatre and featured tremendously successful 1622 plays. The actors were as follows: J. Connell, P. Fodor, J. Benson, A. White, H. Groener, S. Temperley, B. Adler, R. Carroll, J. Hillner, B. Leavel & M. Pawk.

Angel Records was a record company that released the soundtrack on a CD.

After its arrival in the West End, where the director was the same Mike Ockrent, and the choreography was performed again by Mrs. Susan, it also became very successful, hanging there for about 3 years, from March 1993. Its new production started in 1999 by PBS, under the direction of Matthew Diamond. He was nominated for Emmy for this work. 2009 was marked by the production under the direction of Katherine Hare. Responsible for choreography was R. Plews, a rental company was Eyebrow Productions that staged it in London.

Subsequent productions of the musical were: its renewal in 2001, on the West End, where it lasted until March 2012 at Novello Theatre; Upstairs At The Gatehouse in London took the play in same 2012, during the winter season, until January 2013. The final production adopted only six major actors, instead of a large ensemble, as it was accepted normally for the show during its previous hits.

In 2015, the musical was shown in High School Musical Theatre.
Release date: 1992
Last Update:January, 19th 2016

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