- Act 1
- When You Meet a Man in Chicago
- Penniless Bums
- Tear the Town Apart
- The Beauty That Drives Men Mad
- We Could Be Close
- Sun On My Face
- November Song
- Act 2
- Hey, Why Not!
- Beautiful Through And Through
- What Do You Give To A Man Who's Had Everything?
- Magic Nights
- It's Always Love
- When You Meet A Man In Chicago (Reprise)
The music composed by J. Styne. Lyrics written by B. Merrill. The libretto developed by P. Stone. Pre-Broadway exhibitions began in January 1972 in Washington’s Kennedy Center Opera House. In February, the show was held in Toronto O'Keefe Centre. From the end of February till beginning of March 1972, the staging was in Philadelphia Forrest Theatre. Then, for 2.5 weeks, the histrionics were hosted by Boston Shubert Theatre. Try-outs on Broadway began in late March 1972. The theatrical took place in the Majestic Theatre from April 1972 to June 1973 with 14 preliminaries and 505 regular performances. Production realized the director and choreographer G. Champion. The musical had such cast: R. Morse, T. Roberts, E. Joyce, C. Ritchard, S. Smith & S. Condos.
In 1991-1992, in the UK was British tour named ‘Some Like It Hot’, after the name of original movie with Marilyn Monroe. The first exhibition was held in June 1991 in the Churchill Theatre, in Bromley. The show took place in 9 British cities. From March to June 1992, a musical was hosted by Prince Edward Theatre in the West End. The spectacular was made by director T. Steele & choreographer N. Maen. The performance included actors: T. Steele, B. Boyle, R. Mills, S. Osborne & M. Perryment. In May 1992, it has been shown in the New Wimbledon Theatre, directed by J. Taylor. The cast involved: J. Shovelton, J. Woods, J. Williams, D. Edwards & J. Wilcox. In 2002-2003, has begun the first North American tour with this cast: T. Curtis, J. Carmeli, T. Gulan, A. Hanker & L. Nemetz. From April to July 2010, the re-thought version was held in Westchester Broadway Theatre, directed by C. Repole with the following cast: G. Lynch, E. Santagata, C. Hawks & E. Romanoff. The play has received 2 awards.
Release date: 1972
Last Update:July, 13th 2016