Some Enchanted Evening - The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein

Musical Revue / Cabaret, Comedy  /  3w, 2m

Concept by Jeffrey B. Moss for Jerry Kravat Entertainment Services, Inc.

An enthralling revue of some of Rodgers & Hammerstein's most stunning compositions.

Some Enchanted Evening - The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein

  • Cast Size
    Cast Size
    3w, 2m
  • Duration
    120 minutes (2 hours)
  • SubGenre
  • Audience
    Target Audience
    Appropriate for all audiences
Some Enchanted Evening - The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein



More than those of any composer or lyricist writing for the stage, the songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein have become an integral part of our everyday lives. We sing them in the shower; we dance to them in ballrooms; we hear them on the radio and in clubs and, yes, in elevators and supermarkets, too.

This stunning collection of Rodgers & Hammerstein compositions places five performers in a theatrical setting: first “backstage,” where the songs are sung as personal interplay, and then “onstage,” where the songs are presented to an audience. Offering its performers an opportunity to explore timeless songs within their own styles and sensibilities, Some Enchanted Evening delights its audience with a glorious parade of genuine hits.

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BILLY – Tall, dark, sexy... could play Jud or Billy Bigelow. A Leading Man type who must sing well and have great personality. This guy must dazzle the ladies with his charm and have a sense of humor and a commanding way with the music.
WILL – A song-and-dance man who could play Will Parker as well as Lt. Cable. A friendly performer who must be able to play comedy as well as tender moments.
JULIE – A pretty young woman who could play Laurey or Julie. Big soprano. Must have a soft sexiness and playfulness that is endearing. Beneath it all is a spunky lady.
ANNA – An attractive woman who could play Anna, Lady Thiang or Aunt Eller. Must have a quality of mystery and sensuousness and be able to play both the regal and the silly.
NELLIE – A strong and upfront young performer who might play Ado Annie or Nellie. Appealing with a big, big voice. Might also be at home doing rock & roll, but now finds herself doing the Rodgers & Hammerstein classics.

Additional ENSEMBLE is optional.

Note: In this show, the race of the characters is not pivotal to the plot. We encourage you to consider diversity and inclusion in your casting choices.

In this show, the race of the characters is not pivotal to the plot. We encourage you to consider diversity and inclusion in your casting choices.

  • Time Period Contemporary
  • Setting A unit set with select furnishings and props to suggest different locations.
  • Duration 120 minutes (2 hours)


“Once you have found it, never let it go! A fiery, cheeky evening of pure theatre... a show for all seasons, filled with love.” – WDVM-TV

“Songs that have for decades defined the medium of musical theatre... Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ingenious work still stands as one of the most important in the musical theatre realm.” – Missouri Baptist University Press


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    Some Enchanted Evening - Riverside Center 2018

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    "Some Enchanted Evening" - Brian Stokes Mitchell


Act I

1. “Opening” – Company
2. “The Surrey With The Fringe On Top” – Billy
3. “It Might As Well Be Spring” – Julie
4. “There Is Nothing Like A Dame” – Will
5. “The Gentleman Is A Dope” – Anna
6. “I Have Dreamed” – Nellie
7. “Grand Night Agitato & Vocal Overture” – Company
8. “A Wonderful Guy” – Julie
9. “Hello, Young Lovers” – Company
10. “If I Loved You” – Billy & Julie
11. “Something Wonderful” – Anna
12. “A Fellow Needs A Girl” – Billy & Will
13. “I Cain’t Say No” – Anna
14. “I Enjoy Being A Girl” – Nellie & Julie
15. “Maria” – Billy
16. “Lonely Room” – Billy
17. “In My Own Little Corner” – Nellie
18. “A Bell Is No Bell” – Anna
19. “Shall We Dance? & Finale Act I” – Company

Act II

20. “Entr’Acte”
21. “Act II Opening Medley” – Company
22. “Twin Soliloquies” – Julie & Billy
23. “This Nearly Was Mine” – Billy
24. “Out Of My Dreams” – Julie
25. “Don’t Marry Me” – Nellie & Will
26. “Love, Look Away” – Anna
27. “A Puzzlement” – Billy & Will
28. “A Cockeyed Optimist” – Nellie
29. “Soliloquy” – Billy
30. “Sixteen Going On Seventeen” – Julie & Anna
31. “Younger Than Springtime” – Will
32. “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Outa My Hair” – Anne, Nellie & Julie
33. “Closing Medley” – Company
34. “Some Enchanted Evening” – Company
35. Bows – Orchestra

Full Orchestration

Two Pianos

  • Musical Style Classic Broadway
  • Dance Requirements Moderate
  • Vocal DemandsModerate
  • Orchestra Size Piano Only
  • Chorus Size No Chorus

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Richard Rodgers

Richard Rodgers' contribution to the musical theatre of his day was extraordinary, and his influence on the musical theatre of today and tomorrow is legendary. His career spanned more than six decades, his hits ranging from the silver screens of Hollywood to the bright light ...

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Oscar Hammerstein II

Oscar Hammerstein II was born on July 12, 1895 in New York City. His father, William, was a theatre manager and for many years director of Hammerstein's Victoria, the most popular vaudeville theatre of its day. His uncle, Arthur Hammerstein, was a successful Broadway producer ...

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Jeffrey B. Moss

Jeffrey B. Moss, director, directed the fabulous Eartha Kitt in the critically acclaimed Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill in Chicago and the premiere of John Nassivera's The Jazz Club for the Coconut Grove Playhouse. He also directed the New York hit musical Mayor, the Broad ...

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