Everybody wants to be a part of history; some of us just take a more creative approach.
At any rate, Stephen Sondheim's dark musical about the people who try (and sometimes succeed) at assassinating American presidents.
Opened December 18, 1990 at Playwrights Horizons, New York City.
Closed on February 16, 1991; Ran for 73 performances
- "Everybody's Got the Right" - Proprietor, Czolgosz, Hinckley, Guiteau, Zangara, Byck, Fromme, Moore, Booth
- "The Ballad of Booth" - Balladeer, Booth, David Harold
- "How I Saved Roosevelt" - Bystanders, Zangara
- "Gun Song" - Czolgosz, Booth, Guiteau, Moore
- "The Ballad of Czolgosz" - Balladeer, Fairgoers
- "Unworthy of Your Love" - Hinckley, Fromme
- "The Ballad of Guiteau" - Guiteau, Balladeer
- "Another National Anthem" - Czolgosz, Booth, Hinckley, Fromme, Zangara, Guiteau, Moore, Byck, Balladeer
- "November 22, 1963" - Booth, Oswald, Guiteau, Czolgosz, Byck, Hinckley, Fromme, Moore, Zangara
- "Finale: Everybody's Got the Right" - Booth, Czolgosz, Moore, Guiteau, Zangara, Byck, Hinckley, Fromme, Oswald
BTW--My school is putting this on in the spring semester (2002); all my friends are begging for a part from the director who happens to be none other than... (for those who know me, take a guess)