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PIANO/CONDUCTOR act 1 SHC AMIR SR CAST (in order of appearance) Gregor Vassey . . Young Florence . GINA GALLAGHER i PHILIP CASNOFF Florence’ ... JUDY KUHN Anatoly . AVID. CARROLL Molokov . HARRY GOZ Nickolai KURT JOHNS Walter . DENNIS PARLATO Arbiter PAUL HARMAN Svetlana . . MARCIA ee Joe & Harold, Ar Embass Officials - . RICHARD M'! . ae Y ERIC JOHNSON Ensemble . JOHN ALLER, NEAL BEN-ARI, SUZANNE BRIAR, STEVI EMENTE, KATHERINE LYNNE CONDIT, ANN CRUMB, DAVID CRYER, R.F. DALEY, DEBORAH GENEVIERE, KURT JOHNS, ERIC JOHNSON, PAUL LAUREANO, e ROSEMARY LOAR, JUDY McLANE, JESSICA MOLASKEY, RICHARD MUENZ, KIP NIVEN, FRANCIS RUIVIVAR, ALEX SANTORIELLO, WYSANDRIA WOOLSEY KAREN BABCOCK, CRAIG WELLS UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. For Florence — ANN CRUMB, JUDY ‘McLANE: for Anatoly — RICHARD MUENZ, PAUL HARMAN; for Freddie — KURT JOHNS: for Molokov — DAVID CRYER: for Walter — KIP NIVEN; for Svetlana — ANN CRUMB, WYSANDRIA WOO Arbiter — ALEX SANTORIELLO; for Young Florence —CHRYSTAL PEI NNINGTON” RCHESTRA, CONCERT MASTER — Sanford Allen: VIOLIN — Dale Struckenbruck, Jue Yao, Sandra Billingslea, Stanley Hunte, Katherine Livolsi; CELLO — Ma FLUTE, PICCOLO, CLARINET — David Weiss: OBOE, ENG FLUTE — Edward Zuhlke; CLARINET. BASS CLARINET, FLUT BASSOON, CLARINET, BARITONE SAX—Peter Simmons: TRUMPET, FL PICCOLO ‘TRUMPET—James Hynes: TRUMP! LUGELHORN: David Rogers; TROMBONE — Clint’ Sharman: . BASS TROMBON FRENCH HORN — Russell Rizner; KEYBOARDS—Steven Murgoshes, John Mahoney; DRUMS—Tom Oldakowski; BASS—Hugh Mason; GUI ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR, PERCUSSION — Nicholas Cerrato. Swings ORCUESTRATION REED 1 (Flute, Piccolo, Clarinet) REED 2 (Oboe, English liorn, Clarinet, Flute) REED 3 (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Flute) HEED 4 (Bassoon, Clarinat KEYBOARD 1 REYWOAKG 2 Revunoetcn § Marri oane aplune) hone Teumeer 1 ‘TRUMPET 2 TRUMPET 3 ‘TROMBONE 1 ‘TROMBONE 2 prums PERCUSSION IMPERIAL THEATRE . GA Shubert Organization Theatre Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman Bernard 8. Jacobs, President THE SHUBERT ORGANIZATION 3 KNIGHTSLTD ROBERT FOX LTD ‘CHESS BENNY BJORN TIM ANDERSSON. ULVAEUS RICE TIM RICE RICHARD NELSON JUDY KUHN DAVID CARROLL PHILIP CASNOFF DENNIS PARLATO MARCIA MITZMAN PAUL HARMAN HARRY GOZ ROBIN WAGNER THEONIV.ALDREDGE DAVID HERSEY ANDREW BRUCE PAUL BOGAEV ANDERS ELJAS GATCHELL & NEUFELD LTD:1 ALAN HALL, , JOHNSON-LIFF & ZERMAN SCHUBERT & DINIRO ‘LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT TREVOR NUNN ‘ORIGINAL BROADWAY EAST ALBUM ComiNG ON RCA VICTOR RECORDS. Casserres A compact OSes sun raaweronrarionyrnoviogs ov PAN AM The Producers and Theatre Mariagement are Members of the League of New York Theafres and Producers, nc. Wy 7 oe oo 26 bn MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT I PROLOGUE BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, 1956 The Story of Chess ..... a a Gregor BANGKOK, THAILAND, THE PRESENT TIME, Press Conference . ‘here | Want to Be tow Many Women Merchandisers Song .. . US. Versus U.SS.R. . Fredilie, Florence, Reporters se atoly - Florence, Freduie Walter, Merchandisers “Molokov, American & Soviet Delegates Chess Hymn... S : ‘Arbiter and Company 4 Quartet (A Model of Decorum & Tranquil ! Molokov, Florence, Arbiter, Anatoly $ You Want to Lose Your Only Friend?’ : jorence, Freddie Someone Else's Story o Florence ‘One Night in Bangkok...” Freddie and Company 7 Terrace Duet ... Beep eee reer ores WO Blorenes So You Got What You Want Freddi s Nobody's Side ........ ee seeees Florence fo Anthem 522.0000) ‘Anatoly INTERMISSION ACT Il PROLOGUE KENNEDY AIRPORT, N.Y., EIGHT WEEKS LATER 1's Song... eS Arbiter and Company BUDAPEST, HUNGARY Hungarian Folk Song Heaven Help My Heart . Mo Contest ....... Freddie, Walter ow and I. oly, Florence, Svet 4 Whole New Board Game . Freddie Let's Work Together Walt Molokov 1 Know Him So Well Florence, Svetlana Pity the Child .... Freddie Lullaby (Apukad Eros Kezen) « LLL2. Gregor, Florence Endgame .... ‘atoly, Freddie and ‘Company You and I (reprise). Anatoly, Florence Anthem (reprise) . eee cee cee eeee ona oce a s+++ Florence Music and Lyrics copyright @ 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989 by 4 Knights Led "Someone Else's Story” Copyright @) 1988, 1989 by J rights Led. ALL XIGHTS RESERVED al Semone ea . 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A cond,/kep. 4 “6- PRoLocuE A TEMPO ” ™ ws Not MUCH IS KNOWN OF EARLY DAYSOF CHESS BE-YOND A FAIR-LY VAGUE RE-FORT THAT vevs(ums) P= mp a) mp Oe) Phen. 1% 8 FIF*TEEN HUN-DRED YEARS A - GO Two PRIN-CES FouGHT THo’ BROTH-ERS FOR A HIN-DU poco ten. 4 ten, , Atenro) “ 7 THRONE, THEIR MOTHER CRIED FoR No OME REAL-LY LIKES THEIR OFF-SPRING FIGHTING : (ous), ———, ——— eo ee) | ranyp » 7 ond. /ea. 1 eae PROLOGUE 62 83 To THE DEATH SHE BEGGED THEM stor THE SLAUGHT -ER wens. poco rit. me accel. © crese. by a WITK HER EV-'Ry BREATH BUT SURE E~NOUGH ONE BRorH-ER DIED —__ : _ F 68 89 90 BE-YOND BE~ LIEF SHE TOLD HER WINNING SON you HAVE cAusED SUCK bee . con./Kep. L -B- PROLOGUE a om 93 ITcant 66 - Lieve = THIS E-vL THING YOU'VE DONE. FL. Tt Poco cresc. —— OF, oF 96 : 97 TRIED TO EX- PLAIN How THINGS HAD REAL-LY BEEN BUT HE TRIED WN FL Tr x 28; c1,BEn(on) vans No_ Words of HIS: FY THE QUEEN ives ry > ten onp./kev. L Tar] [Meno mosse 102 (recoua voce) h vias (Greet 35) 0. 10F 106 P TOLOHIMHE'D SE PRETTY CER-TAINTO IN-PRESS BY (ee) vu oun P AND SO HE ASKED THE Wis-EST MeN HE KNEW THE WAY To LESS-EN PRoroaue 103,(+v00s) 104 HER D15-THESS = THEY 7 coritlLE 2 22 8 lor a US-UG MOD-EL SoL-DIERS ON A CHEG-VERED BOARD To conn./xev. 4 l0- PRoLoevE din "3 Keo 1 us ——— em) rent, cent as. conv. /xoe. 4 a a 6 vit. FATHER: PROLOGUE ver a —— ff =—— ~~ a) ~t d TEL HOVE StowLy [48] "Srloneucts parnem! M9 EACH GAME kyao OF CHESS = +HM/vUNs — + CELL (br) 150 150 MEANS THERE'S ONE LESS 192 a ist Lerr To. conp./weo. 4 -i2- PROLOGUE ATTACCA 167 FREDDY’ ENTRANCE poco rit. 169, ao —— AS EAST AS Poss1BLE — S&S ee ‘13s rine wDuCTOR 2 apie ‘EYBOARD_L FREDDY ’S ENTRANCE a de 108 leg AX NE Cl (Assy ) ¥ > FREDDIE sauar A SCENE HAT A TOY. WHAT A LovE-LY SIGHT, ANEW MY GARE THE BG 5 Iya sa OL (athe racer) * erags oi 7 ea @) "ie a sus , Thue 35. ws a) Wy) sen sA_ 7 CSecetceoree ee e ssi) Ning cour[kan. £7 FREODYS ENTRANCE Qn HAVE THEY ren Met) S0_PrUs—_TI_— CATH, —AL-TECED OVER NET 5 e a Nas en iste ¥ tay sla) Mor ¥6, THEY JUS LCT 7 SEE KE ek GY Dems He F A : 5 Pig) = |) (>) Wek) - {@ IF rs, EAST LEST AND THE, Hen. ers Shy” > THEY ALL Conk FRE OW 2 MOLTO RIT, ~ PRESS DIALOGUE FoLLous| CONDUCTOR CHESS KEYBOARD 1 PRESS CONFERENCE 12h | Oe ogee (ere WeLL en a ogre. GB (s 5 (an Wear DiD r SAY HE'S OUT OF HIS TREE He's FIN-AL~LY FLIPPED AND BE- (4c, 00, ae. 2-614) 3: (+2) ‘TWEEN YoU AND ME Ho HE SwEARS THE A ~ MER - 1 ~ Cad ‘DREAM IS (set 6re-8r4) ae ; +t 7 coi, ap. L 3 PRESS CONFERENCE CLEAR-LY THE BEST, HE'S No AD = VERT-WE-MENT FOR LIFE AUD © TIMES IW THE a HALE -Temro FEEL oe * a Z l ed} FuDRence 8 is SmiLe, YOU Gor YouR FIRST EX-CLU-SWE = STO = RY mee c,66 e002 ——&~ i aa west sus. (5165) (rcasrasy Now You CAN BASK— tal HIS Re - feeT-£D Gio ~ BY ——— wold Cues : ee, 06,€602 ha cond. PRESS CONFERENCE a) 1 2 2 Nh KED UN = P20-VOKED Yan-KEe A = GRESS - 1ON —_—, — Oe alee (amuse) 5) aoa, 08 %, De . cdf) BRCK ro J FEEL OH WHAT «& CRE - DIT TO Your hear fRo-Fes- 785, 8.54. Zerwrn oeass i ah cm fe SS ae ) (es) eaves Ge 7 ecohet — - Sov SAD THAT THE BEST HIS COUNT-RY'S PRo~ DUCED 15 CRUMBrLING IN FRONT OF OUR oat) (see 08 ont x62 own. /K6D.L PRESS CONFERENCE 3 Be EXES AND REDUCED To A MIND-LESS A —- BUS WHEN HE SHOULD BE Genare-ont) sbp Se cid 3 a GRATE- FUL IN - STEAD RE- MEM-BER . WE MADE HiM FA-MOUS witH-Our. us He's (ere) @ HALe-TIME FEEL! Mig ei : 4 . DEAD TELL ALL THIS, TO THE UAV Te WA ~ Tiows © ee — s.§ > (Fam) FS cm. coe % coud. | ant Ss. 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Am AmS @¥i od (Flee eM Bt ‘ADD Toy PIANO) cat @ m9 oe — s 9 ceLtot 10 é mn CHESS ARGUMENT [4 | CONDUCTOR- KEYBDARD 1 FREDDIE: “You Must HAVE IT WRONG.” ! 2 | DRE THEI - SELVES cour |koa.d ae ARevmedT ARG-U- (Ng O~VER A AE : : (wR bee (102369) =——~ ——N FF ron Imm /ro5] cra, ad (9 Pinan) a FREDDY (0, tt ie NOT VER- MAN-Y, THE — WAY THINGS ARE 60 - IM THERE'LL SOON BE ONELESS. Dow's BE~ > * } wu 004) — 3 yam wasn] mia) Gorine) 7 =, sree 3 4 [FLORENGE”| hue SWEET - /€ ~ PiE! kIS- 7eN, FRED-DIE, TZ wens, coud. kop. 4 a Ey ro. How DID TI GET WAYn ‘TiO HAD AN- 3/- Tiows, 27 HOW CAN such A Flow-ER, =A SEN S/-TNE Saul, A wus (ora) >_> (+erefrerstuntow.) — is) (eeu 3 mAsD i. NorsE- (eral ersjins-Do0.) 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R.— YET WE MORE OR LESS ARE (G0 FOURY on sTRINEST (sun, srvce) (orn) + 23, Couk-A-GiNg TINES — MouoKav!] > To OUR CREDIT PUT-TING ALL THAT A SIDE WE HAVE SWAL-LoWeED oUR PRIDE ei (Bac To FW) = Flim Fam Gq 26 (ALL 27 (AHERICAN 4S. Test ARE OP Th - MNS -TIc AWD EW coue- AG~ WG Times — (BS 1s Cm) ConD./ yap. 4 DIPLOMATS 28 REAL-LY DOES-N'T mAT-TER WHo cones | our on TOP, fnovoKov: wio GETS THE CHOP wy (488m, yee) Bi el ALL Na One's WAY oF LIFE 15 THREAT-ENED ‘BY (411,08, vsti) Ga ete etm AMERICAN: WAAT A Lonp oF Wii | PEAS-ANiTS, “TAlaK~ Ide THEY CAN WIN. THEY can't! Kveo 2, (ror) Fai (08 et, 12) (Wed Flim Tan, f me ware. r ei eee — cony./kysp 4 Diplomats 60 WHAT AN EX-HI-BI-TION OF SELF DE - LU-sSioN | THIS ONE'S A FORE-GONE con - cLU-Ston ns (sree), ios ay ere) Fam 62, y [RUSSIANS: 6 WE Doi’r WANT THE WHOLE WoRLD SAY ~ ING THEY CANT EV-EN wil A GAME * \(#.08, 1,613) ——— (reset g08 By =! = jos ior) Fee Ca 7 65 fgg it. or WE HAVE NEV-ER RECKONED ON | CoM-ING Sec-OND_ THERES NO USE. Los ~ We ~s traconen| ey 7. How ara ree —_—_____ rr B,) (+ 508) ete “Conn. /kypp. 4 DipLomars 6 | poco meno mosso RAL (sovoxov) GOoD TO FEEL THAT AS THIS GREAT E = BE-GiS, IT UN -DER-PINS OUR Gore,ver) +08, J 7 BS : F $ 5 (BaggeRstor) 0 : : type, (AMERICANS My AS. “(AMERICAN QUEST FoR PEACE THE — BONDS oF — Com= mond i= TER-EST ' oF EAST AD WEST f YAS ten, . a est ww, $5 ere 3 cony./kyep. 1 / -6- DIPLOMATS Subito Presto 1, Sa | a + 4.08, CLyxvLo, GIR, ‘S105, KYBD 3, (ars, xvan 2, 85) A f. 7 | r CONDUCTOR, CHESS KEXBOARD 1 OPENING 1ST GAME 17 nae MAESTOSO wis) 0 1 a 3h aA Ye Aane® cin MUSIC PREPARATION INTERNATIONAL ono. [KBD. 4 ~2~ cHess #4 Aater® cue in me Gon ouctor/ Key Bonap 4 “HaKP”|ox-7 -(/0% mop.) (FoR PERFOR mANcE, KevgaRAD Bony oni THE Bolo’ ores Bub. “Sod pote Nore rr od d ie Hire wen Gus. A a 13) 14 0. Bi. eve oT zB’ Dp’? i . 1s Conpuer. 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TRAN BU (-TY A BAPTE-ROND, A Pisce 10 $1 17 our with | atet. 2 MOL WHEU THIS AN-LUNT GAME BE-COMESA DAP Tté-GROD a PuACE TO suuly [7 CUT SEE * Te 7 WWE Regie. pd —, Aare? cus aS — CounuetoR : CHESS Keyeoaed 4 - AFTER QUARTET \ BA i oo | «x 7s ELLEF ie me ~—__ = 4 Sep ieg emer, Y erty 190.2. none HUSIC PREPARATION INTERNATIONAL ConlouctoR | REY BOARD 4 ; FLORENCE / AMERICAN [9 «WARNING: “HELL HIEET US" [eve] Feeody: “you work FoR te” 3S 7 eo Yoo alt restratton-et] Feade leu meter Uttase 0o-nka] rule! 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You HAVE TS DO_ THIS res wR trtotere Te 54 elgplte nit edin cx.sote f Aste? cor ) 28) FLORENCE/AnERICAN bummed | ConDueToR Keyaoard 4 SOMEONE FLSE’S SLOW 8-BERT BALLAD 1, sresQjeceo az ———————— ey oo 2 Gb FLORENCE? : 5 Lone A-GO IN SOME-DNE El-SE'S LIFE=TTime Some ONE WITH AN NAME WHO LOOKED. 19.2 (01, ~~ ae ; gb — ALOT LIKE me A CAME To KNOW ‘MAN Auld MADE A PRO- MISE HE cow, RD. & ode Someone E86 sr a 0 ON-LY HAD TD SAY aud Twar'S WHERE SHE WouLD BE chet th, LATE-LY ALTHOUGH HER FECL-INGS RUN JUST AS DEEP THE —FRO- mise SHE MADE HAS GRowW Im yy “cb = POS*Si- BLE TO Keep AND YET Twi ITwAs Hr SO ve We che 4a coup, Ka. 1 “3 Someone &LSe8 Sroey i wie HE MISSMEIF I GO Gre- counray Fuss 4 — WA WAY ins Somé-ol Eu-ses STOR - ¥ T Dour SEE MYSELF AS TAK= $00 ry : — yo He |G ast the Gb (eeu) ay Ed wo ING Paar AT ALL YESTERDAY A Gite THAT Twas FOND OF “fart? 124cn : ‘86 : ‘ ey t ! con. |KeD. 4 Ae Soméon€ ELSE'S StoRY 6 n FIN-AL~ LY COULD SEE WRITING od THE WALL SAD =LY SHE RE- AL- 26D Sue LEFT Him = BE~ttwD SADDER THAN THAT SHE KEW SHE = WouLbwT EVEN = MIND AND THOUGH ee cae'g : a ven — Conp.| KBD. L “S- Someoné €LS's Stony % Pa No-tH6LEFrTo SAY WOULD HE LiS-TEW IF I st — ———— by “pbs oy % Yep (Wau) 437, VERs¥ WELL TO Foo. it's» Now. 08 NEY - ER oF LWP : os) COULD BE CHORDS - Wa NO CHOI» C&S WHAT-S0-EV = ER Das -2-8 ? \ Bae? trace : 88 cown,(kep. £ “be Sombené £L96'S Seay a 4 T Coupee (W Sone-one ELSES SrOR-¥ WwW Some-ole Est Lie — AD HE — fund rapt fa —- len a a = fe Se ua re % (18s,xa023} 4 CO BE WN NE REARSoHl 0, = a EE SS hE wy ye F. I — SMOUD TAKE AY CHAN = CES FUR=THER TouW THe CINE ¢ fate? race : 7 7 nnn, |ke0. L “4 = vice oH er fv iF wat Gig ken SiouLD fi “nail(od) Ye wh 5 En Someoue €L56' Stony X_wuio-w't_nes. Near ASK me | Twice Go wow! % a 59 § a —wn (ert), ue 6 r —Hed.pum.€ ait $, (exrm) Sf ae TROUBLE IS THE GIRL IS ME HE Stok IS THE GIRL 1S € le *A0 ius D7 \ Aarec® nace Hegre Bo air, 9 ‘866. “ Wy & AO me. ConDuctok|KEYBoAAD I CHESS “ GOLDEG BANGKOK “Tame ue” aR aE ot SEAL ened. fF Mp +085. Cmmietseet) > 5» AA a Se cess 65} SQUSIC PREPARATION TERNATIONAL Bate? cice vom? ae conn. /usp. = sip w CHIMES Aste? ce cua ovm, ye Gant BANGKOK ake 2 tap ew, oS —_ COND. [KBD oe Goren BANeKoK Baas 2 36 af f [arn (Bibs ) 40 41 a “eta (8s, to, 3 f (¢78e5 tmp yee 9% Cond, /K6D. (vassous eased Petes —m ase oS BN ye 1 fy ts ate GOuDdEN BANG Kol 94 Cond’ /uB0. sag (TH or. “ag tr tne) - Be, Bon we 83 Nine, a “bs i ~S~ GoiveW BANGKOK bt =| ae on 95 Soupuctor CHE HIGHT IN BANGKOK FREDDY: BANG - KoK! OR-L-ENT-AL SeT- TING AND THE cron: (shout OP wa, ee oe wa I A t BAG - kok! FOE sim. ere. ut) CVTEY Dow's KNow WHACTHE CIT-Y (S GET-TiMe. THE CREME DELA CREME OF THECHESS WORLD IW” A SHOW — (ore) eS ees % WITH EV-RY- THING BUT YUL BRYN-WER (sin) > org.) +A ARR At Gm y “D TET if tries CLEF tres CLeIrtrer ~ music eee Aste? cio - a conp,/kvB0. 4 cae OWE NIGHT IN BANGKOK 26 a BING-KOK —Jusr A-Nb-THER SDP IN THE — Cess-woRlm AiRCoS, MAS-TERS DAD-Find D : g ie . (4189. cont.) Pind HEeK-mere cHteeKOor Aw THENYoo = MONE on) TD A - NotHER = VALUE “rt or Dm F 30 3 32. LIKE ICE-LAND, OR THE PHIL-IP-PINES,OR HAS-TINGS, OR, OR THIS PLACE 54 me see 91 Dl . ounce Cond /wy9D. 4 eee ONE MIGHT IN BANGKOK ol oe ow ONE HiGHT IN BANG-KOKAMD THE WORLD'S YOUR OYS-TER. THE BARS ARE TEM-PLES GUT THE PEARLS AIT FREE \ (ONE. WIGHT IN BANG-hoK ANO THE WORLD'S YOUR | OYS-TER THE BARSARE TEMPLES BUT THE PEAKIS AIN'T FREE} +. Bi +6 (eky00.2 “sres”) ‘YOU'LL FIND A GODIN EV-'RY GOLD-EN Clo1s-TER Youu FIND A GOD IN EV-'RY} GOLD- EN. CLols-TER A oS, ane? oo 98 ANDIF YOURE Au iF You'Re} @ conn /areD/ ake One Migr IW BauChoR Hh. LUEK-Y THEN THE GODS A SHE TD CAW FEEL AN AN ~ GEL SLIDING UP TO ME__ LUEK- ¥ THEN THE GODS A SHE. CAN FEEL AN AN ~ GEL SLIDING UP TO re_] 4S OME TOWWS VERY LIKE AN- OTH-ER WHEN YOUR HEADS DOWN O-vER your PIECES a5H OME WIEN 1 BANGKOK U1 RéhhY MHA PITY TOBE ORK Ng AT THE BORRD.NOT LONE ATTHE 21 -TY. W3A BORE (ws FS, 6 Nowe 3 #2. o3 WHA-DA-YA MEANT You SEEN ONE —CROWD-ED, — Pok- LUT ED, STWWK=ING TOWN ___ woe aie \y Asrac® cron ae ~G~ ONE NIGHT i BANE KOR WARM AND SWEET ME RRESETUP IN THE SOM-ER-SET MAUGHAM SUITE Waar SWEET 5k ei GET THAI'D, YOURE TALE-WH 10 A TOURIST WHOSE EV-'RY MOVES. A> MONG THE PUREST Kya. ree TT yr CYrir Ff St, 55 Su. Z GEL MYKIRS A> BOVE THE WHIST-LING, SUNSHINE. Gut bb20 | Aste? coe cou, Kap. L ad~ ONE NIGHT 1 BANEKOK hl SGT iw. BANK MAKES WARD. “OAL NOT Mict BE-TWEEN. a 5 ONE NIGHT tel BANG-Kok MIKES A HAQD mA) Nor MUCH BE-TWeeW >. cop —DES-AAR Add Ee-STA = SY 2g > if a = VIL WALKING NEXT To ME (Aare. ause) Fae ti WALK-nG wet ome = re ; CONDUCTOR CHESS KEYBOARD 1 BANGKOK PLAYOFF yas (Fu) = 5 (47905, us) Gtk. solo > eee a! of k I (4rer5, v.54) @ emt GTR SOLO > 7 (erie) DA. Frees ine, Cow Fits sic teat 9 alee Bame® coe COND. /kyBa. 4 cae BANGKOK PLAYOFF ves. : rr Tega) Gm7 oer! (ails ve) 2 “4 by > ——__ eee Bie Sg % 114 CoND./kyBD. 4 ae BANGKOK PLAYOFE Bo _tvews) (+2.s8,078) Gm? Gwe Gm (+B.5x) 780 3 ‘bass TSO vame. igre 23, [VAMP - FADE ON CUE DR FILL ae thane cree CONDUCTOR “Yertoned TERRACE DUET a "HE ASKED FoR THE SALT ¢ a oo os, CELESTE( LEGATO) thas FLORENCE: THIS 1S THE ONE SiT-U = Ae TDN I WANTED MMT TO A + VOID = ayo gp ee ora |An F TIF 115 wc mil cmon oid, | Xop.4 “TERRACE auer 4 ” —_ PRussian:) CE tim THIS. S-w'T A TRICK OR Be sais ———F 7) , A CLEAR MOONKLIT NIGHT I RE - LAK SmieS THERES Some-THWlé PE - CU eu, + % 4 | Comp.) ROD. a co7 TeRnnee ser "(6)" Fromenice* 4 20 a 50 THROUGH HO FAULT OF MY put I'm IW IT WAY O-VER fay HEAD wut ge 2 es be : = . F a 2 locsRane . woh et 2 ry Russiad?! 24. 7 Bs ‘BAR-RASSED, oT — NUMBERED, MA-ROONED. Now SHE CAN'T BE WORKING FoR THEM T MEAN ny fu € Fle a Tes oi 4, 29 (oncash et we__~ Feo a Seems Tt — Kebw ulNAT SHES = DO = WG BUT WHERE 15 ge le : Ys 7 Poco RIT. ge in4cr TERRACE DUET coup. 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Rissiaw BZ ieceuc Hme 10 BheaKurrle moop How De You SAY BE~ GIN AE BE* Guwie HAVE-We You NerrceD Wee sti ove anion SHAT IN Tals LoOvL Lic Welk Ae-ducto Scéue. YS gs, > (anton 420 Cond. / K6D. £ I~ TERRACE OUET 6 fonence] St = = Hos Coun £ Norms vAs-sy RE~ GAETS ANN fide GOES wit You oF das ¢ ses) (on (ter, 65.) XN p- LY oi Russian: 63 ; 3 i NEVER MIND HIM £ HAVENT MISSED Him So FAR mi BE or tum (460 : A cb-+6n. To Sthue- Gee 4 +n 421 — - ~b~ . TEARACE Duet cov /ugo. 2 o y HAR cHakon Fade Heud fay $ eae sres.0. Daal (bs) S (*8%4) as, a 4 nh Fee. NOM IN6 A> doar Fu Don? (65) GT 4) 15, Cetin. ene sl CFO. p pees i Bour thar sr6s. (0m) ms, t F ‘Tans. 2 Fm Dut(rs) BP GD ra Dane? na i 122 : - «Con. KB. £ mone fuse, sees AAR Fonenct!] 4, THis -s 18 THE one Sit =u = 4 Set 4 4 7 a Sres.e eoBE (ows) UR RA (asn) « 8 (Russiaw:l MY DEAR oP. 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Axts® coe oe conn] aD. £ oe TERAACE DUET HAVE To HAM IT TO || YOU FoR You MmAN-AGED TO no. z88. i) ea lntwe MOSS! gp TInt MAKE ME FHRGGET WHY ET -EV=-ER AGREED TO THIS FARCE.) ‘ae 4s Cousin 25 % a 1 wt, hor to f cat td of = AN = Y= THING T wid Ra THER — BE R i 8305, ve — i ne “ina, [e2, 7 . she ‘reetace DUET uw Sh ca wee & THAN) ae wast = ING MY R. wssfow) Te r rT = MS, a Foca air a a 6 7 Foto Rit. uA, “ . ' guilt, (APpause ) ot ——— af % = 3 cae : ; _ =e StowLY e — pale mest at oad Swedd J m3 Fos, cou | Keo. oi téhtice DUET ng, FAMERIERA: 4 ho WHO'D Ev-€R THK IT SUCH A VER-Y PRET-TY SET=TING LL ME WHat THe BET- TiN d 4 ; : } 7 ae Be ian 3 NERA PRET = TY FLOT-TIWG Too—.NO. MAT- TER — I'VE Done ALL YOUR WORK FOR YOV—m ar aay FP: "$PiRo” Coup. [KaD. d “Ae TERRACE DET Bs i WHO'D EV-€R GUESS IT DAUGHTER IW COL-LAB-0~ RA-TIOW WITHTHE YER-Y WA-TiON at “ —s 38 os. 1% GAVE HEA Fa = THER THIRD DE - GREE—WHERESDAD-9Y DEAD GRIN THE 4 1d . rr a 5, ants 388) | Aan? ace ‘ eae 126 i & couDuer es KevOOARD CHESS # 2 j eee [2 | Cal, en, i ae eta wo Op HY wt a sabp = (sous) (er CANTABILE a4 Some Poco ACCEL. € CRESC. wusfecfore- 0 Z t IELODY FoR, 2 LREHEARSAL Palo. ar =—- ceuu,ese, ) POD ACCEL. E CRESC. ern 150 coun, |kon.t cor . } id MOLTO ANIMATO ey loinc. eggs a (on oo Re \ & EEE Goud] Ko.L a wi) (+7008) va ny Pe conp,| 6d. L Se ones #2 a Crack. Toots BBS : oF. ~ ——_— & ( 6 "G0 ceany” ] CONDUCTOR : . KEYBOARD 1 FLORENCE QUITS PELOR ENCE ‘BUT WE CAN ALL MAKE FOOLISH MOVES | SOMETINES” 8.2 7 [ T i paig_! AMERICAN:| $0 You GoT__ WHAT You WANT WHAT A WAS-TY AN-Bl —___ SET ME UP__ PULL ME Down THEN EX-PLOIT. MY coN-DI hy tet?’ toy’ ts’ ter’ ty” Rhee can 124 _ ( 0,/kven 4 “2 FLORENCE QUITS G5 15 a T SWoULDHAVE GUESSED, WO-MAN, THAT IF PRESSED, Wo-nAN, You'Re oN NO_~ Ba9-Y5 SIDE_ sts 7 2 WvBD. 3 3 ” x Gane ULE (+4yB0.2), (ELecTaIc oh E ata. % GTR. sim. —> crggea | oragn) ca ty’ Cur, py 40K > ” Wo -Man} YOU'RE BE- HAV-ING- Like A MERE — BUT your ows AND oie ” Beer * Fe G1R. so. —> _ kya0.3,00, , aa reyes 175 60 CLEAR, — Wo-MAN, IT's YOUR SEX. ONCE THEY START_ GET-TiNG OLD AND x (4ev90.2) “reer Le et a (elspa reaper Re, § con./kvap. 4 ose FLORENCE Quits AL TAKE IT OUT. GET-TING WOR-RIED. THey Ler FLY ES LO Er ry Ky69.2. (haAPTRAD) ON THE ONE WHO SUPPORTS. THE.THATS YOUTH TALKING ABOUT, (3 FLORENCE: 29 30 Witold EV -ERTHWK IT? SUCH A SQUAL-ID LIT~TLE EWd-IN@ WATCH-IN@YOU DeS-CEND-ING Ky90.2, HWS, TBNS,B.5K ARPEGGIO LIKE D Bass P Aates® i24cn 3h onD, /KYBD. 4 oe 4, SUST-AS FAR" AS YOU CAN GO__ TIM LEARN - ING wal AMERICAN: } Who'd EV-ERGUESS IT? THIS WouLD BE THE SIT-U -A oo o8g¢, D (eeu F 8 How's We EV_-ERGET THis FAR_ GE -FoRE_ You ee eee SHOWED He WHS you REAL ~'LY feet é FLORENCE Quits oe taines 5 aip-w' waar 7? SO Vins FLT. (ONE HORE OB-SER-VA-TION ARE ceca! a cons./icy60.t -5- "Florence Quits #0 a3 ‘youl. BE Lost__ ‘WIH-OUT HE To A-BUSE_ LIKE You vsED—___._ TO. ode Kae aE IF Op Gh = Fol? D. Getq.av ud) wvp7.2 meet TT (aay "__Sust GET our wf fa sf HNS, TOMS, KYBD.2 “eb,” ’ = EG ins, e780.2 5 a be ft gop a | BE Song-ove EL-SES PAR A -SITE!— err~—~=—“—i‘SOCOCOCOCOOCOCON (Hie * ConnuctoR /KeyBoaan L § TASTE OF PHY Stow. Beass «was. (on 20 ROPES E eereer ete f us #65. AMERICANA Loot The KMD. — fo BE IN-DIC~ TINE —HOLD~IMG SOME CHILD-ISH GRIDGE 6 How cout BE? L'm iN THE SPOT-LIGHT — HALE oF THE WoRLD MY Tune El ~) . tauste PREPARATION INTERNATIONAL A TASTE OF TY COnD./ KBD. 2 fut I pe-mano 15 Tose £ WoRK FoR THOSE Z GE ALL MY SKULS ALL mY TE AND id Fos, THose THAT LEN - TER- TA i ——= : a 7 iF [poms 77] Wivacca ” ne + Gilg Me THe SAME com-PAS - Siow isl RE - Tukey — Bu THE Poors NevER be. —=—===_— poco rit, Hy i) & Bxree® 124cR ConnuctoR/ KEYBOARD 1. NOBODY'S SIDE 14 ioe PIANO, REMEARSAL [Seine fore ¥] Susi d= 68 (0s) anne. (== Pea Z [60 2 fel - mossy S08 cae fo gan ty ot be ag Ma SEs a 7 Age = BE TONED inl YOuR EXE BY LOVED OES Sued AS Yodt WHEE, o ARE You SCs) AN [vine erecoair, acre) |wTEAS 7 STARTING AGA i ALL ASPECTS “OF tee? few etn eran oe Gem) Ye Keroerens WW - TeD To Fis-is THE maTCH? OR WAvE You RESIGNED Now AD ie aw G be ed (tons, 65) 2g. 25 A. tue Ae a SHulLDWE ATETACH Aue SPE-CIAL SIG~ NI-FeCANCE TD YOUR PRETTY New FRIEND ates re ura THIS GREAT DE = Cl- Sod & StART oR Atl “A. a 4 : 3 a a (901,888) : 110 a * pituem” ArtaceA \ aree® 12 pve . il Ke va0n«» | [oor ANTHEM ANDANTE CANTABILE \ BH 2 185 kre % —S (2), rears : i a NO MAN, —— NO. MAD-WESS, THOUGH THER SAD POWER IHRY PRE- VAIL, CAN Pos- 4, a 4 is to Se SESS, CON > QUER MY COUNTRY’S HEART THEY RISE Kv601/e0%0. ~2~ anrnen e 20 E ~ TER WAL, LONG BE- FORE NAPTION L/NES WERE DRAW, WHE NO (vec 49s) FLAGS FLEW AND NO AR ES STOOD, MY = LAD ___ WAS BoRW.__ AND ence 5705, %, we 27 m3 ad ASK ME IE TLE HER enkouell Wifes, Denn AD BES - S> — uw — aS Es a Leale HER WON-DER wite Z (poco mosso 37, 7 a, a > LANDS ON-kY BOR - DER LIES A WD —___ t os ow wl) 2 natted for publication by John Loyd tatters, isco 25 [ED order T 1g! PIANO/CONDUCTOR RCT 2 CAST (in order of appearance) ee eee eae ee . GINA GALLAGHER . PHILIP CASNOFF Gregor Vassey . Young Florence Freddie .. Florence . JUDY KUHN Anatoly DAVID CARROLL Molokov . » HARRY GOZ 5 Nickolai . “KURT JOHNS Walter . . DENNIS PARLATO Arbiter . . PAUL HARMAN ; Svetlana . MARCIA MITZMAN Joe & Harold, merican Embassy Officials . . RICHARD MUENZ, ERIC JOHNSON © Ensemble .......... JOHN ALLER, NEAL BEN-ARI, SUZANNE BRIAR, STEVE CLEMENTE, KATHERINE LYNNE CONDIT, ANN CRUMB, DAVID CRYER, R.F. DALEY, DEBORAH GENEVIERE, KURT JOHNS, ERIC JOHNSON, PAUL LAUREANO, ROSEMARY LOAR, JUDY McLANE, JESSICA MOLASKEY, RICHARD MUENZ, KIP NIVEN, FRANCIS RUIVIVAR, ALEX SANTORIELLO, WYSANDRIA WOOLSEY poo gs ree ea KAREN BABCOCK, CRAIG WELLS UNDERSTUDIES Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance. For Florence ANN CRUMB, JUDY McLANE; for Anatoly — RICHARD MUENZ, ° PAUL HARMAN; for Freddie — KURT JOHNS; for Molokov— DAVID CRYER; for Walter — KIP NIVEN; for Svetlana — ANN CRUMB, WYSANDRIA WOOLSEY; for the Arbiter — ALEX SANTORIELLO; for Young Florence —CHRYSTAL PENNINGTON. THE-ORCHESTRA CONCERT MASTER — Sanford Allen; VIOLIN — Dale Struckenbruck, Jue Yao, Sandra Billingslea, Stanley Hunte, Katherine Livolsi; CELLO — Mark Shuman, Roberta ‘Cooper; FLUTE, PICCOLO, CLARINET — David Weiss; OBOE, ENGLISH HORN, CLARINET, FLUTE — Edward Zuhlke; CLARINET. BASS CLARINET. FLUTE BASSOON, CLARINET, BARITONE SAX—Peter Simmons: TRUM PE PICCOLO ‘TRUMPET—James Hynes; TRUMPET, FLUGELHORN—| . David Rogers; TROMBONE — Clint’ Sharman; BASS TROMBONE — Richard Blanc: FRENCH HORN — Russell Rizner; KEYBOARDS—Steven Margoshes, Robert Gustafson, John Mahoney; DRUMS—Tom Oldakowski; BASS—Hugh Mason; GUITAR—Kevin Kuhn; ASSOCIATE CONDUCTOR, PERCUSSION — Nicholas Cerrato. ORCHESTRATION REED 1 (Flute, Piccolo; Clarinet) REED 2 (Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet, Flute) REED 3 (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Flute) REED 4 (Bassoon, ‘Clarinet, Baritone Saxaphone) KEYBOARD 1 KEYBOARD 2 KEYBOARD 3 \vioLiNs CELUI BASS HORN ‘TROMBONE 2 DRUMS i PERCUSSION Gurrar . 4 QS oe —— - a ee ee OPENING NIGHT: APRIL 28, 1988 IMPERIAL THEATRE @A Shubert Organization Theatre Gerald Schoenfeld, Chairman Bernard B. Jacobs, President THE SHUBERT ORGANIZATION 3 KNIGHTSLTD ROBERT FOX LTD CHESS BENNY BJORN TIM ANDERSSON ULVAEUS RICE - TIM RICE . RICHARD NELSON JUDY KUHN DAVIDCARROLL PHILIP CASNOFF DENNIS PARLATO MARCIA MITZMAN| PAUL HARMAN HARRY GOZ ’ ROBIN WAGNER =THEONIV.ALDREDGE DAVID HERSEY ANDREW BRUCE PAUL BOGAEV ANDERS ELJAS fropucens stage MANAGER GATCHELL & NEUFELD LTD ALAN HALL JOHNSON-LIFF & ZERMAN — SCHUBERT & DINIRO LYNNE TAYLOR-CORBETT TREVOR NUNN ‘omigmas enorowar cast ALouM Comine on RCA VICTOR RECORDS. Casseti< + & CouracY bIScE AIm TRANSPORTATION PRoVIOED oy PAN AM ‘The Producers and Theatre Managem: sete eee ceils witincew he, MUSICAL NUMBERS ACTI PROLOGUE BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, 1956 The Story of Chess .... ceeeeeeees » Gregor BANGKOK, THAILAND, THE PRESENT TIME. Press Conference . ‘Where I Want to Be . fow Many Women . Merchandisers Song. US. Versus U.SS.R. Chess Hymn ...... Quartet (A Model of Decorum & Tranquility) You Want to Lose Your Only Friend? Someone Else's Story .... Freddie, Florence, Reporters wae Anatoly Florence, Freddie a . Walter, Merchandisers \Molokov, ‘American & Soviet Delegates : : ‘Arbiter and Company “Molokov, Fiorence, Arbiter, Anatoly : : - Florence, Freddie Florence One Night in Bangkok Freddie and Company Terrace Duet ..... Florence, Anatoly So You Got What You Want . Freddie. Florence Nobody's Side ...... > Florence Anthem .. : Anatoly INTERMISSION : ACT IL PROLOGUE, KENNEDY AIRPORT, N.Y., EIGHT WEEKS LATER Arbiter’s Song . . : seeeeee Arbiter and Company BUDAPEST, HUNGARY Hungarian Folk Song... ayen Help My Heart. Contest ouandT.. 4 Whole New Board Game Lev's Work Together ... 1 Know Him So Well . Pity the Child ... Lullaby (Apuked Eros Kezen)" Endgame : You and I (reprise) - Anthem (reprise) Company Florence : Freddie, Walter «Anatoly, Florence, Svetlana 7 Freddie Walter, Molokov Florence, Svetlana ‘ . Freddie Gregor, Florence + Anatoly, Freddie and Company +» Anatoly, Florence seee+ Florence Music and Lyrics copyright @ 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989 by 3 Knights Lea. “Soneone Else's Story" Copyright© 1988, 1989 by 3 Knights Led. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED iv AKEVBORRO | ~ Cobucrore BUDAP™ST 1988 : 15 1, RESTOR ras ; (oF 9 Hee ¥ ving SCHL) ppvogasn) : We. 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A —— = a i: = { e a Ff £ Q a re . wo aq7 ConDucroR/ KEYBOAKD 1 (61¢cHoros) * Sstec® creak oe ee ee ‘COND./ KBD. 4 ~2~ ExiT Music (na | al 3 : 5 247 oo ye. cons) CEI» > 92 2y22lSIm) Gesu) (+88) GUA Teme 3002 t ond. [Kp te bere muadic * a Baited for publication by John Lloyd walters, 1989 %ol ARBITER eusfasi(on) 4 : r By, gshsstoust 5 ant. Fle ome MUSIC PREPARATION INTERNATIONAL ree cou | en. L _ : : - : : ARBITER” Taaranceel «Cou eaE an O Van? viTiL CUE ie A up FARBITER: ‘ DIALOGUE WWE A DUT-Y AS A a~g-——o - (+904) & ff Fm AS WE RESTART THE CLOCK OF RE-mulDinlé ALL AND —_ os SUNDRY I Tbk GRAVE OFFENSE AT. E-VENTS iN BANG-KOK GUST A HUT OF TROUBLE 3 (e888) e. Ful, ‘THIS TIME ‘ROUND AND ILL BE OW You BACK T with TumP oN ALL OF “PiAnio” 4. FENDERS FROM A MAS-SWEHEGHT DON'T IW = VITE AN = FLAK Im ON THE, a 1923 cs = a ap : CASE, CAN BE FOOLED. — AN-Y OB-JEC-TloN 15 O-VER-RULED. e.91. 3 Ters.014, Ce taro) msm “Rock” PNo. ee 5.sx) co 3 32 i YES TMTHEAR-BI-TERAND I Kwou BEST. ‘You Got Your | CHOIR He's Im-PAR-TAL Dorr PUSH Hint He's UM [Mt PF as re ' (+ ea0-3) BS Mow} D Cond. /kyBD. 4 oe ARBITER 3] 26 38 TRICKS. Go00 FoR You —__ BUT THERES No GAH-arr = T Dour SEE THeaueH. BR. ters ters. DW BW. Div. 2 “Rock” No. ee COLE CH LY 39, 40 a 42 SS OH, TM THE AR-BI-TER I KNOWTHESCORE. FROM SQUARE ONE TLL BE WATCHING ALL wok Ron saunas one TL BE WateH ~ ING ALL — (+860. 3) Tous! — HN BS (ip aa Beare cane nuns oe 43 = —-Ty-Four. IF You'Re THink-iN@ OF TRE . CHOIR —-TY-Four, GX-I"HoRNS” Fim Fm (rine) “5 ora. 7 7 corps Ft *tt2 Leo tT +7) 48. KIND oF THING” ‘Tat Weve SEEN IW THE PAST. CHANT IHG GU-RUS WALKIE 90.3 ims = ‘TALK-I6S, WALK- OUTS, HYE-HG-TISTS Tem __~PERFISTS; Nor So FAST! 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