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Requirements

You must give the authors/creators billing credits, as specified in the Production Contract, in a conspicuous manner on the first page of credits in all programs and on houseboards, displays and in all other advertising announcements of any kind.
Percentages listed indicate required type size in relation to title size.
I. Billing Requirements
Programs.
It is understood and agreed that for any subsequent production of the Play at any other theatre, the title page of the program shall include the following:
By special permission and based on
The All Night Strut!
 

Originally Conceived and Originally Directed and Choreographed by
FRAN CHARNAS
 
Original Musical Arrangements by
TOM FITT, GIL LIEB, and DICK SCHERMESSER
 
Original Additional Orchestrations by
COREY ALLEN
 

[YOUR ORGANIZATION NAME HERE]

present
A New Musical Version of

The All Night Strut!
"A Jumpin Jivin' Jam"
 
Conceived by
AARON THIELEN and MARC ROBIN
 


New Musical Arrangements by
Richard Carsey, J. Michael Duff, Ryan T. Nelson, Doug Peck and David Siegel
 

Orchestrations by
Dave Siegel
 


Originally produced at The Marriott Theatre
Terry James, Executive Producer
 
 

Ads and press releases. Whenever and wherever "Conceived by Aaron Thielen and Marc Robin" appears, "By Special Permission and based on The All Night Strut!" and "Originally Conceived and Originally Directed and Choreographed by Fran Charnas" must also appear. It is understood and agreed that the foregoing billing credit will appear in all forms of publicity and advertising under the control of the Producer wherever and whenever the title of the Play appears, except that such billing need not be accorded on marquees, in ABC or teaser ads, or in radio or television ads, or in print ads of less than one-half page in which only the title of the Play, the name of the theatre, and/or critics appear.
 
The All Night Strut!
"A Jumpin Jivin' Jam"
 
As an integral part of this license, licensee further agrees to insert in each program of the Play, the following credit line exactly as listed for each of the following compositions:


MUSICAL NUMBERS ACT I

"CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO" (1941)
by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren; used by permission of EMI Feist Catalog, Inc.
 

"MINNIE THE MOOCHER" (1931)
by Cab Calloway, Irving Mills and Clarence Gaskill; used by permission of EMI Mills Music, Inc., EMI Entertainment World O/B/O Hi-De-Ho Man Music
 

"BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?" (1932)
by E.Y. Harburg & Jay Gorney; used by permission of Gorney Music, Glocca Morra Music Corp.
 

"IN THE MOOD" (1938)
by Joe Garland; used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co,
 

"GIMME A PIGFOOT AND A BOTTLE OF BEER" (1939)
by Wesley "Socks" Wilson; used by permission of MCA Music Publishing, a Division of MCA, Inc.
 

"A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE" (1940)
by E. Maschwitz & Manning Sherwin; used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
 

"JAVA JIVE" (1941)
by Ben Oakland & Milton Drake; used by permission of Warner Bros. Music, A Division of Warners Bros. Inc. Sony/ATV Tunes LLC
 

"WORLD WAR II MEDLEY" (1938 - 1943)
 

"GI JIVE" (1943)
by Johnny Mercer; used by permission of Warner Bros. Music Corp.
 

"SHOO SHOO BABY" (1943)
by Phil Moore; used by permission of MCA Music Publishing, A Division of MCA, Inc.
 
"WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER" (1942)
by Walter Kent & Nat Burton; used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., Walter Kent Music Co.
 

"ROSIE THE RIVETER" (1942)
by Redd Evans & John Jacob Loeb; used by permission of Famous Music Corp., Fred Ahlert Music Corp.
 

"YOU'RE A LUCKY FELLOW MR. SMITH" (1941)
by Sonny Burke, Hughie Prince & Don Raye; used by permission of MCA Music, A Division of MCA, Inc.
 

"PRAISE THE LORD AND PASS THE AMMUNITION" (1942)
by Frank Loesser; used by permission of Famous Music Corp.
 

"COMIN' IN ON A WING AND A PRAYER" (1943)
by Harold Adamson & Jimmy McHugh; used by permission of EMI Robbins Catalog, Inc., Jimmy McHugh Music, Inc.
 

"I'LL BE SEEING YOU" (1938)
by Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain, L. Lee Philips, Trustee, Sammy Fain Trust D/B/A; used by permission of Fain Music Co. & Fred Ahlert Music Corp. A/C The New Irving Kahal Music Co.
 

ACT II
 

"I GET IDEAS" (1951)
by Dorcas Cochran & Sanders; used by permission of Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
 

"AIN'T MISBEHAVIN" (I'm Savin' My Love For You)(1929)
by Waller, Brooks, Razaf; used by permission of Razaf Music Company, EMI Mills, Inc., Anne-Rachel Music
 

"OPERATOR" (1959)
by William Spivery; used by permission of Conrad Music, A Division of Arc Music Corp.
 
"DREAM" (1944)
by Johnny Mercer, used by permission of Warner Brothers Music Corp.
 
"BEAT ME DADDY, EIGHT TO THE BAR" (1940)
by Don Raye, Hughie Prince & Eleanore Sheehy; used by permission of MCA Music, A Division of MCA, Inc.
 

"A FINE ROMANCE" (1936)
by Dorothy Fields & Jerome Kern; used by permission of Polygram International Publishing, Inc., ALDI Music Company
 

"TUXEDO JUNCTION" (1940)
by Erskine Hawkins, Buddy Feyne, William Johnson & Julian Dash; used by permission of Rytvoc, Inc., Lewis Music Publishing Co., Inc,
 
"JUKE BOX SATURDAY NIGHT" (1942)
by Al Stillman & Paul McGrane; used by permission of Chappell & Co.
 

"AS TIME GOES BY" (1931)
by Herman Hupfield; used by permission of Warner Bros. Music, A Division of Warner Bros., Inc
 

"HIT THAT JIVE, JACK" (1941)
by Skeets Tolbert & Johnny Alston; used by permission of MCA Music Publishing, A Division of MCA, Inc.
 

"BILLIE'S BOUNCE" (1945)
by Charlie Parker; Used by permission of Atlantic Music Corporation
 

"IT DOESN'T MEAN A THING" (If It Ain't Got That Swing) (1932)
by Duke Ellington & Irving Mills; used by permission of EMI Mills Music, Inc., Famous Music Corporation
 

"LULLABY OF BROADWAY" (1936)
by Al Dubin & Harry Warren; used by permission of Warner Bros. Music, Inc., a Division of Warner Bros., Inc.
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