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AN R&H THEATRICALS
Oscar Hammerstein II,
Full Length Musical, Comedy
Music by Richard Rodgers / Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II / Based on the novels Cannery Row and Sweet Thursday by John Steinbeck
Oscar Hammerstein II
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The seventh musical by the team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar
Hammerstein II, Pipe Dream premiered on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre on
November 30, 1955. The original cast featured Helen Traubel, William Johnson
and Judy Tyler.
Pipe Dream takes place in Cannery Row, Monterey County, California, in the 1950's.
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.
0. Overture – Orchestra1. Opening Scene – Orchestra2. "All Kinds Of People" - Doc and Hazel3. "The Tide Pool" - Doc, Hazel and Mac, To Suzy4. "Everybody's Got A Home But Me" – Suzy5. “All Kinds of People (Reprise)” - Jim5a. "2nd Reprise: All Kinds of People" - Jim6. "A Lopsided Bus" - Mac, Hazel, Kitty, Sonya and the Flophouse Gang7. "Bums' Opera" - Fauna, Joe, Pancho and the Flophouse Gang8. "Fauna's Song" - Fauna9. Bum's Opera (Reprise) - Orchestra10. "On a Lopsided Bus (Reprise)" - Ensemble11. "The Man I Used To Be" - Doc12. "Sweet Thursday" - Fauna12a. Change of Scene (Sweet Thursday) - Orchestra12b. Musical Cue - Orchestra13. "Suzy Is A Good Thing" - Fauna and Suzy14. "Sweet Thursday (Reprise)" - Ensemble15. Change of Scene - Orchestra16. "All At Once You Love Her" - Doc, Suzy and Esteban
17. Entr'acte - Orchestra18. Curtain Music - Orchestra19. "The Happiest House On The Block" - Fauna and Girls20. "The Party That We're Gonna Have Tomorrow Night" - Mac and the People Of Cannery Row20a. Dance - Orchestra20b. Change of Scene - Orchestra21. Masquerade Brawl (Entrance to Party) - Orchestra22. The Party Gets Going - Orchestra22a. Dance Fugue - Orchestra22b. Incidental Dance - Orchestra23. "We Are a Gang of Witches" - Fauna, Girls24. "Will You Marry Me?" - Suzy, Fauna and Doc25. Change of Scene - Orchestra26. "Thinkin'" - Hazel27. "Serenade (Offstage)" - Esteban28. "All At Once You Love Her (Reprise)" - Fauna29. "How Long?" - Fauna, Doc, Flophouse Boys and Bearflag Girls30. Incidental - Orchestra31. "The Next Time It Happens" - Suzy and Doc31a. "Continuation: The Next Time It Happens" - Suzy32. “ncidental (Hazel Crossing) - Orchestra33. Finale (First Part) - Orchestra33a. Finale, Part II: "Sweet Thursday" Reprise - Company34. Exit Music - Orchestra
Flute (Doubling Piccolo)
Violin A (Divisi)
Violin B-D (Divisi)
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29 Vocal Book
1 Piano Vocal
1 Clarinet I
1 Clarinet II
1 Horn I&II
1 Trumpet I&II
1 Violin A
1 Violin B-D
1 Logo Pack
29 Vocal Book
1 Piano Vocal
1 Logo Pack
“Tender and entertaining...a beautiful score.” – The New York Times
“A revelation of joy.” – San Francisco Chronicle
“Pipe Dream is a wonderful opportunity to hear an ‘unheard’ Rodgers and Hammerstein... an eminently pleasant work.” – Oakland Tribune
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 lights of Broadway, London an ...
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 and his grandfather, Os ...
John Steinbeck (1902-68) was born on February 27, 1902, in Salinas, California, and educated at Stanford University. As a youth, he worked as a ranch hand and fruit picker. His works include Cup of Gold (1929), The Pastures of Heaven (1932), To a God Unknown (1933), Tortilla Flat ...
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