Subways Are for Sleeping Musical Lyrics

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Subways Are for Sleeping Lyrics

  1. Act 1
  2. Subways Are for Sleeping   add
  3. Girls Like Me   add
  4. Station Rush   add
  5. I'm Just Taking My Time   add
  6. I Was a Shoo-In   add
  7. Subway Directions   add
  8. Ride Through the Night   add
  9. Who Knows What Might Have Been?   add
  10. Swing Your Projects   add
  11. Strange Duet   add
  12. I Said It and I'm Glad   add
  13. Be a Santa
  14. Act 2
  15. Subway Incident   add
  16. How Can Your Describe a Face?   add
  17. I Just Can't Wait   add
  18. Comes Once in a Lifetime   add
  19. What Is This Feeling in the Air?   add
  20. Subways Are for Sleeping (Finale)   add
  21. Other Songs
  22. Getting Married   add
  23. I'm Just Taking My Time   add
  24. I'm Just Taking My Time (Reprise) (I Walk a Little Dog)   add
  25. Hey, Charlie, Let's Talk   add
  26. Life's Not That Simple   add
  27. Man With a Plan   add

The music for the show wrote J. Styne. The libretto and lyrics were composed by A. Green & B. Comden, accordingly. Pre-Broadway run took place in November 1961 in Philadelphian Shubert Theatre. From late November to mid-December 1961, the histrionics was in Boston Colonial Theatre. Try-outs on Broadway began in late December 1961. Five days before the New Year in St. James Theatre was the premiere of the play. The last performance was in June 1962 after 2 preliminaries & 205 regular performances. Production was realized by the director and choreographer M. Kidd. Scenography has been designed by W. S. Armstrong. Costumes made F. Wittop. The main roles in the theatrical performed C. Lawrence & S. Chaplin. Other actors were: C. Young, P. Newman, O. Bean, J. Sharpe, G. Connell & G. Varrone. In the XXI century, Opening Doors Theatre Company carried out a new production. The musical was held in New York’s Duplex Cabaret Theatre in November 2009, directed by H. Coris and choreographed by D. Funes. The cast involved S. Plachy, E. Cronican, S. M. Harrison & L. Windsor. In 1961, they carried out a record of album with members of the Broadway show. In 1962, production received three Tony Award nominations, winning one.
Release date: 1961
Last Update:July, 13th 2016

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