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Welcome To The Melting Pot. George Gershwin's Songbook. You've Got What Gets Me. She exits into the house as Billie enters, stunned to see Jimmy. Jimmy has no memory of meeting her last night, and as Jimmy flirts with her, Billie confesses that she's never been kissed. Strictly for educational purposes, Jimmy kisses Billie, and she realizes what she's been missing " Someone to Watch Over Me ". Four and a half hours later, Eileen is still bathing "Delishious".
In the ritzy living room, Cookie and Billie devise a plan for Billie to distract Jimmy from the cases of gin in his cellar. Billie runs off as Jimmy enters, followed by a gaggle of chorus girls who invite him for a group swim, which Jimmy almost accepts "I've Got to be There".
Eileen enters with a flourish, and just as she is about to let Jimmy touch her, he receives a telegram revealing that his last wife has refused to sign the annulment, and an irate Eileen storms off to get her father. That night in Jimmy's ritzy bedroom, Billie breaks in and tries to seduce him, badly " Treat Me Rough ". Chief Berry, who has been pursuing Billie, barges in to arrest her. But Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD) convinces him that Billie is actually his newest wife " Let's Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD) the Whole Thing Off " and Billie and Jimmy are forced to spend the whole night together in his bedroom.
The next morning, Jeannie, a happy-go-lucky chorus girl, comes upon Duke, a lug from New Jersey, and mistakes him for an actual English Duke. Duke, who is perpetually nervous around women, tries to escape, but Jeannie does everything in her power to get him to notice her "Do it Again".
In the ritzy living room, Jimmy and Billie realize that they are hopelessly in love " 'S Wonderful " But Eileen returns with her father — the ultra-conservative Senator Evergreen — and her aunt — the Duchess Estonia Dulworth — to demand that Jimmy and Eileen have a legal wedding.
Jimmy has no choice but to marry Eileen, and Billie pretends to be a cockney maid so she can stick around and guard the bootleg. As Eileen beelines towards the cellar to get the wedding china, Jimmy and Cookie frantically distract the wedding party away from the basement " Fascinating Rhythm " as the curtain falls. Billie enters and realizes she'll never be as happy as the dancing revelers around her " But Not For Me ".
Cookie and Duke enter and, since they're all now disguised as servants, they plot how they can get the impending wedding luncheon over and done with as quickly as possible. The Duchess barrels on to instruct Cookie in the finer points of luncheon preparation. But Billie will have none of it. As the luncheon begins, Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD) and Duke frantically serve the luncheon guests, Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD) the Duchess continues to Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD) Cookie, who spikes her lemonade with Gin.
Billie entertains them all with a cockney song "Hangin' Around With You" which mainly serves as an excuse to keep pouring hot soup on Jimmy's lap. But Billie accidentally pours some steaming soup onto Eileen, who immediately fires her. The Duchess, now happily drunk, defends Billie and reveals a deep secret as she grabs onto Cookie, climbs on the luncheon table and swings from a chandelier "Looking for a Boy".
After he drags off the Duchess, an angry Jimmy calls Billie a common criminal, and they realize that they can never be together. Jimmy goes to prepare for his wedding, as Jeannie enters looking for Duke, who Billie accidentally reveals isn't a real duke. Jeannie is furious, so Duke tries to win her over with a poem "Blah Blah Blah"but Jeannie rushes away.
In the ritzy bedroom, Cookie is dressing Jimmy for his wedding as Billie enters to return his wallet. Jimmy and Billie both realize that this is the last time they'll ever see each other "Will You Remember Me? But just before vows are exchanged, Cookie and Duke rush in, pretending to be Prohibition Agents, though Chief Berry quickly enters and reveals their true identities.
As they're arrested, Jeannie rushes in and proclaims her love for Duke, then the now sober Duchess proclaims her love for Cookie. Still, Senator Evergreen insists the bootleggers must be arrested, but Jimmy's mother, Millicent, makes an appearance, revealing the true nature of her son's heritage — Senator Evergreen is Jimmy's father.
The senator proclaims the day a joyous one and all are free to pursue their new and surprising loves. Jimmy realizes that Billie has rushed to the boathouse to sail away forever, and he rushes to swear his devotion to her. Millicent follows and reveals that she happens to be the biggest rum-runner on Long Island, and she'd like Billie to marry her son and take over her business. And on the ritzy terrace under a starry night, love has blossomed, the bootleg is opened and the company celebrates their new found joy "They All Laughed!
Reviews of the Broadway production were mixed. The USA Today reviewer wrote: "[ O'Hara proves once again that there's pretty much nothing she can't do on stage. The Newsday reviewer wrote: "Kathleen Marshall [ Kelli O'Hara and Matthew Broderick may not seem a likely romantic couple. At least they are very sweet together.
Joe DiPietro [ He switches the power of the illegal-hooch gang from the guys to a plucky woman in guy's clothes—O'Hara. An original Broadway cast recording was recorded in May for the Shout! Factory label and distributed by Sony Records. From Wikipedia, Nice Work If You Can Get It - George Gershwin - 1898-1937 (CD), the free encyclopedia.
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