Shows D

Although clearly drawn to each other, neither is able to take the final step, and the temporary lovers prepare to part. Freddy appears under Muriel's balcony and learns from Andre that Christine is gone: he has lost the bet. He rushes to Christine's empty room and is about to give up in despair, when Christine returns — she really is in love with him. As they prepare to consummate their relationship. Freddy revels in his victory. Christine emerges in her nightgown, and they move together. Unfortunately the heat of the moment, and Christine's natural clumsiness, prove too much for them, as the two rush together, accidentally clunk heads, and Freddy is knocked out. Christine arrives at Lawrence's villa in tears. She tells him that she and Freddy made love and fell asleep. When she woke up, she found that he'd absconded with all her possessions — including Dr. Shüffhausen's $50,000 fee. Ashamed and contrite, Lawrence decides to make up for Christine's losses, puts the money in a briefcase and sends her away. She quickly returns; she can't take this. it's doesn't belong to her. Besides, she'll always have something from him worth so much more. As she leaves, Freddy is brought in by the police. The two men accuse each other of backstabbing and double-dealing. They suddenly stop. open the briefcase and find the money gone, in its place a note from Christine: 'Goodbye. boys. It was fun. At the Beaumont Airport. Andre is about to see Muriel off, when they are finally able to admit their true feelings. They discover the fantasy they have been seeking has been there all along in each other, and decide to build a life together. The season over, Lawrence realises it may be time to give up the game for good, as he and Freddy reflect on their adventures together. They are about to part, when they are interrupted by the arrival of a Greek shipping tycoon and his entourage. being led by Paula, a loud, pushy real estate agent from Boca Raton. She removes her sunglasses, and we see it is Christine. back to serve up Lawrence his latest pigeon. Although stunned at first, Lawrence quickly assumes the persona of 'Don Diego Fernando Alahambra, the King of Spanish Real Estate,' as the three artists begin their latest con and happily set off to scam the world. MUSICAL NUMBERS: 1. Overture - Orchestra 2. Give Them What They Want - Lawrence. Andre. Ensemble 3. What Was a Woman to Do - Muriel. Women 4. Great Big Stuff - Freddy, Ensemble 5. Chimp In a Suit - Andre 6. Oklahoma? - Jolene, Lawrence, Ensemble 7. All About Ruprecht - Lawrence, Ruprecht. Jolene 8. Here I Am - Christine, Ensemble 9. Nothing Is Too Wonderful To Be True - Christine. Freddy 10. The Miracle - Christine, Freddy, Lawrence, Ensemble 11. Rüffhousin mit Shüffhausen - Freddy, Christine. Dr. Shüffhausen 12. Like Zis / Like Zat - Andre, Muriel 13. The More We Dance - Lawrence, Christine, Ensemble 14. Love Is My Legs - Freddy, Christine, Ensemble 15. Love Sneaks In - Lawrence 16. Son Of Great Big Stuff - Freddy, Christine 17. The Reckoning - Lawrence. Freddy, Andre 18. Dirty Rotten Number - Lawrence. Freddy 19. Finale - Company ORCHESTRATION Violin IV: Viola II: Cello II: Reed I (flute, piccolo, alto flute, clarinet, alto sax, soprano sax): Reed II (flute, clarinet, tenor sax, soprano sax, oboe): Reed II (flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, baritone sax, bassoon): Trumpet III: French Horn: Trombone: Bass Trombone: Keyboard II: Piano: Guitars (Acoustic, electric, arch top, banjo, lap steel): Bass: Drums: Percussion. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Original Broadway Cast Recording)