Theatre Information

46th Street Theatre (New York, NY)
226 W.46th St.

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Love Life Production Information


October 07, 1948

Closing:May 14, 1949
# Performances:252
Theatres: 46th Street Theatre (New York, NY)
10/7/1948 - 5/14/1949

Production Type:Original Production
Production Status:
Run Type:Open Run


Other Productions of Love Life

1948   Broadway Original Broadway Production
1987   College/University (US) College Revival
College/University (US)
1991   London Fringe Lost Musicals Concert
London Fringe
1995   Philadelphia, PA (Regional) Regional Revival
Philadelphia, PA (Regional)
1996   Regional (UK) Regional Revival
Regional (UK)


Audio Recordings

1989 (i)  Excerpts (Kurt Weill Revisited, Vol. I)
1989 (ii)  Excerpts (Kurt Weill Revisited, Vol. II)
1992  Excerpts (Alan Jay Lerner Revisited)

Radio Productions

1996 Radio Cast

Show Information

SHOW TYPE: Musical


  • A Dish for the Gods (working title)

Score Overview

The following is a list of songs in the show or that have been included in the show in various versions:

Main Program

The Magician
Who Is Samuel Cooper?
My Name Is Samuel Cooper
Here I'll Stay
I Remember It Well
Green-Up Time
Mother's Getting Nervous
My Kind of Night
Women's Club Blues
Love Song
I'm Your Man
Ho, Billy O!
a.k.a. Ho, Billy, O!
a.k.a. Modern Madrigal
Is It Him or Is It Me? [i]
Punch and Judy Get a Divorce
a.k.a. Divorce Ballet
This Is the Life
The Minstrel Parade
a.k.a. We're Sellin' Sunshine
Madame Zuzu
Taking No Chances
Mr. Right
a.k.a. Takin' No Chances
a.k.a. Mister Right

Cut prior to the Broadway opening

A Home of Our Own
Susan's Dream
Suffragette Meeting
Cop's Serenade
Plotting Scene
Can't We Have a Rally?
Viva the Women!
Cop's Lament
We're Taking Over Now
Drinking Song
There's Nothing Left for Daddy But the Rhumba
You Understand Me So
Where Do I Belong?
The Locker Room
Mr. Right and Miss Dream
It's the Irish
Bats About You
Is It Him or Is It Me? [ii]
What More Do I Want?

Love Life - 1948 Broadway Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

Tony Awards - 1949 - Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical
Nanette Fabray