Johnny Manhattan

by  Dan Goggin, Robert Lorick

Full Length Musical, Comedy  /  7m, 7f

An exciting new musical set in a New York City nightclub when places like the Copacabana, The Latin Quarter and El Morroco were filled with socialites and glamorous showgirls.

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  • Cast Size

    Cast Size

    7m, 7f
  • Duration

    Duration

    120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Audience

    Target Audience

    • Appropriate for all audiences

Additional Info

It’s 1958 and Johnny, the owner of Johnny Manhattan’s has invited his closest friends to a private party for a surprise announcement. Unexpected surprises abound as relationships clash and secrets are revealed.With book and lyrics by ROBERT LORICK (“The Tap Dance Kid”) and music by DAN GOGGIN (“The Nunsense Musicals”) this all new musical will draw you into the lives of these entertaining characters making you laugh while tugging at your heartstrings. Featuring a wonderful original score, you will find it hard to resist the lure of spending a night at Johnny Manhattan’s.

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  • Johnny Manhattan - The Musical
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Considerations

Performing Groups

  • Community Theatre

License details

  • Licensing fees and rental materials quoted upon application.

Production

Details

  • Time Period: 1950s
  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)

Song Samples

At Johnny Manhattan's: For Old Times' Sake
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Anonymous Town
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Bits and Pieces
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For Better Or For Worse
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She Takes Very Good Care Of Herself
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Luxury
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I'll Sing Your Favorite Song
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Johnny's Girls: A Continental Guy
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Morning Man
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Remarkable
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New York Is Driving Me Crazy
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Where In The World Is The World That I Wanted
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Quiet, Intimate Little Restaurants
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Oh, Those Johnnies
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I Don't Do That Anymore
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Mister Producer
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And I Would Go Away Every Now And Then
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For Old Times' Sake (Reprise)
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Casting

7m, 7f
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Authors

Dan Goggin

Dan Goggin, a writer and director, came to New York from Alma, Michigan to study as a classical countertenor. He began his professional career singing in the Broadway production of Luther, starring Albert Finney. While appearing in a comic folk-duo called “The Saxons,” he began writing. This led to scores for the off-B ...

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Robert Lorick

Robert Lorick

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