January 22
Peter Duchan

Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. Putting It Together, Barbra Streisand
  2. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Eurythmics
  3. Love Revolution, I Love My Wife Cast Album
  4. Make Someone Happy, Jimmy Durante
  5. I Don’t Want to Be Alone, Billy Joel
  6. If I Ever Lose My Faith in You, Sting
  7. And You Would Lie/I Will Give—from Marie Christine Original Cast Album, Andrea Frierson-Toney, Jennifer Leigh Warren, Mary Bond Davis, Audra McDonald
  8. Wherever He Ain’t—from Mack & Mabel Original Cast Album, Jerry Herman & Bernadette Peters
  9. Nobodys Side—from Chess Original Cast Album
  10. When I Was A Freeport And You Were the Main Drag, Laura Nyro
  11. Dedicated To The One I Love, The Mamas & The Papas
  12. Care Of Cell 44, The Zombies
  13. My Way, Nina Simone
  14. Katie Cruel, Karen Dalton
  15. Oh, Pierre! Breedlove
  16. The Outcasts Loving You Someti...
  17. (Theme From) Valley of the Dolls, Dionne Warwick
  18. Love Me - Two Gentlemen Of Verona, Galt MacDermot, John Guare, Jon
  19. Lo Dudo, Los Panchos
  20. Don't Bring Me Down, PREP
  21. Two for the Road, Henry Mancini

Peter Duchan wrote the book of the musical Dogfight, which premiered at Second Stage (director, Joe Mantello). Dogfight won the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical and was nominated for five Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Off-Broadway Musical and Book of a Musical. The subsequent London production was nominated for two Evening Standard Awards, including Best Musical. Dogfight has since been performed in Tokyo, Seoul, Sydney, Amsterdam, and all over the world. Other theater credits include writing books for the musicals The Illusionist (Nissay Theatre, Tokyo) and Stu for Silverton (Intiman, Seattle), as well as co-creating (with Warren Carlyle) the revue Carefree: Dancing with Fred and Ginger. He served as Script Consultant for the long-running Broadway musical Waitress and the Broadway bound musical Lempicka. Film credits include co-writing the screenplays for the feature Breaking Upwards (IFC Films) and the short Unlocked (Tribeca Film Festival). Honors: Richard Rodgers Award (for Dogfight), Robert Chesley Playwriting Award (for his play Lavender Scare), Dramatists Guild Fellowship. Graduate, Northwestern University.