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Based on the play His Lady Friends by Frank Mandel and Emil Nyitray

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No, No, Nanette Frequently Asked Questions

What Tony Awards has No, No, Nanette been nominated for?
Best Choreography for Donald SaddlerBest Costume Design for Raoul Pene Du Bois and Best Direction of a Musical for Burt Shevelove.

What Tony Awards has No, No, Nanette won?
Best Choreography for Donald Saddler and Best Costume Design for Raoul Pene Du Bois Best Direction of a Musical for Burt Shevelove.

What other awards has No, No, Nanette been nominated for?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Roger Rathburn.

What other awards has No, No, Nanette won?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Roger Rathburn.

What awards has No, No, Nanette been nominated for?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Roger Rathburn.

What awards has No, No, Nanette won?
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Roger Rathburn.

What songs are in No, No, Nanette and what's the order?
Flappers
The Call of the Sea
Too Many Rings Around Rosie
I'm Waiting for You
I Want to Be Happy
No, No, Nanette
Finale Act 1
The Deep Blue Sea
My Doctor
Fight Over Me
Tea for Two
You Can Dance with Any Girl at All
Finale Act 2
Hello, Hello, Telephone Girlie
Who's the Who
Pay Day Pauline
Finale Act 3
It's the Cook Who Saves the Day
A Perfect Gentleman
The Chase of the Fox
The Boy Next Door
I Don't Want a Girlie
Santa Claus
Lilies of the Field
I've Confessed to the Breeze
I Only Have Eyes for You
Always You
Only a Moment Ago
For the Birds
Take a Little One Step
Oh Me, Oh My, Oh You
I Know That You Know
Do, Do, Do
Crazy Rhythm
Charleston

What is the order of songs in No, No, Nanette and what's the order?
Flappers
The Call of the Sea
Too Many Rings Around Rosie
I'm Waiting for You
I Want to Be Happy
No, No, Nanette
Finale Act 1
The Deep Blue Sea
My Doctor
Fight Over Me
Tea for Two
You Can Dance with Any Girl at All
Finale Act 2
Hello, Hello, Telephone Girlie
Who's the Who
Pay Day Pauline
Finale Act 3
It's the Cook Who Saves the Day
A Perfect Gentleman
The Chase of the Fox
The Boy Next Door
I Don't Want a Girlie
Santa Claus
Lilies of the Field
I've Confessed to the Breeze
I Only Have Eyes for You
Always You
Only a Moment Ago
For the Birds
Take a Little One Step
Oh Me, Oh My, Oh You
I Know That You Know
Do, Do, Do
Crazy Rhythm
Charleston

What productions of No, No, Nanette have there been?
No, No, Nanette has had 8 productions including West End which opened in 1925, Broadway which opened in 1925, Broadway which opened in 1925, Broadway which opened in 1971, Broadway which opened in 1971, West End which opened in 1973, Milburn, NJ (Regional) which opened in 1997 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2008.