Songs available, individually and in a vocal selections songbook, include "Some Kinda Time," "Hey, Good Lookin'," "Come to a Party," "Nothing Short of Wonderful," "Dogfight," "Pretty Funny," "Hometown Hero's Ticker Tape Parade," "First Date/Last Night," "Before It's Over" and "Come Back."
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Joe Mantello directed the 2012 Second Stage Theatre production of the musical (score by Pasek & Paul, book by Peter Duchan) based on the film of the same name. It featured a breakout performance by Lindsay Mendez, playing Rose, a homely San Francisco waitress who catches the attention of a callow soldier (played by Derek Klena) heading off to fight in Vietnam.
Here's how the show was billed: "It's Nov. 21, 1963. On the eve of their deployment to a small but growing conflict in Southeast Asia, three young Marines set out for one final boys' night of debauchery, partying, and maybe a little trouble. But when Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress he enlists to win a cruel bet with his fellow recruits, she rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of compassion."
The Warner Bros. film source had a screenplay by Bob Comfort.
Later in 2012, Pasek & Paul, who share music and lyric credit jointly, made their Broadway debut as a team, writing the songs for A Christmas Story, The Musical. Their original songs are featured on Season 2 of the NBC series "Smash." Their song cycle Edges has been seen around the world. They are the recipients of the 2011 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theatre from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a 2011 Sundance Institute Fellowship, the 2011 ASCAP Richard Rodgers New Horizons Award, the 2011 ASCAP Songwriters Fellowship Award, and a 2007-2008 Dramatists Guild Fellowship. They are the youngest recipients of the Jonathan Larson Award (2007) in the foundation's history. They are graduates of the University of Michigan BFA Musical Theatre program, and are currently at work on a new original musical with playwright Steven Levenson.
Pasek and Paul shared their music with Playbill Video.