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How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying
Music & Lyrics by Frank Loesser 
Book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock & Willie Gilbert
 


Judy Walstrum, Nick DeGruccio

 
Cast:
J. Pierrepont Finch
Gatch
Jenkins
Tackaberry
Peterson
Matthews/Davis
J.B. Biggley
Rosemary Pilkington
Bratt
Smitty
Bud Frump
Miss Jones
Mr. Twimble
Hedy LaRue
Miss Krumholtz
Toynbee
Ovington
Policeman
Wally  Womper
Book Voice
T.V. Announcer
Ensemble
Nick DeGruccio
John Holt
David Fuller
Brian Bethel
Bruce Linser
Geoff Washburn
D. Ewing Woodruff
Denise Dillard
Tom Knickerbocker
Jodi Carlisle
Chad Borden
Peggy Billo
Robert Stephen Ryan
Judy Walstrum
Molly Beck
William Gorin
Robert Stephen Ryan
Geordie MacMinn
David Holmes
Chip Heller
David Fuller
Molly Beck
Brian Bethel
Ally Freund,
William Gorin
Pamela Leon
Bruce Linser
Sharline Liu
Geordie MacMinn
Jenelle Lynne Randall
Geoff Washburn

 
Musical Numbers
Act I

Overture
How to Suceed in Business Without Really Trying
Happy to Keep His Dinner Warm
Coffee Break
The Company Way
The Company Way (Reprise)
A Secretary is Not a Toy
Been a Long Day

Been a Long Day (Reprise)
Grand Old Ovy
Paris Original
Rosemary

Finale Act I


Orchestra
Finch & Ensemble

Rosemary
Frump, Smitty, & Ensemble
Twimble & Finch
Frump, Twimble, & Ensemble
Bratt, Frump
Miss Krumbholtz, & Ensemble
Smitty, Rosemary, & Finch
Frump, Biggley, & Hedy
Biggley & Finch
Rosemary, Smitty
MIss Jones & Girls
Finch & Rosemary
Rosemary, Finch, & Frump


 
Act II
Entr'acte
Cinderella, Darling
Happy to Keep His Dinner Warm (Reprise)
Love From a Heart of Gold
I Believe in You
The Yo Ho-Ho
Orchestra
Smitty, Rosemary, & Girls
Rosemary
Biggley & Hedy
Finch & Men
The Jolly Wickets and Wicketts
Choreographed by Lucy Nagle
I Believe in You (Reprise)
Brotherhood of Man

Finale

Rosemary
Finch, Womper
Biggley, MIss Jones & Men
Entire Company

TIME: Spring, 1961

PLACE: The new Park Avenue office building of World Wide Wicket Company, Inc.
 

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