Male duets

For some time, I’ve been collecting lists of male duets in musical theatre.

Herewith, in no particular order, a list:

  • Pretty Women, Sweeney Todd
  • We can do it, The Producers
  • Lily’s Eyes, The Secret Garden
  • You rule my word, Full Monty
  • Agony, Into the Woods
  • Alone in the universe, Suessical
  • Dirty Rotten Number, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
  • Confrontation, Les Miserables
  • All for the best, Godspell
  • That guy, Blood Brothers
  • The river won’t flow, Songs for a New World
  • Guys and dolls, Guys and Dolls
  • To Life!, Fiddler on the Roof
  • No contest, Chess
  • Vegas, by Kerrigan-Loudermilk
  • You’re Nothing Without Me, City of Angels
  • Brush up your Shakespeare, Kiss Me Kate
  • The Proposal/The night was alive, Titanic
  • The beauty that drives men mad, Sugar
  • The Riddle Song, Floyd Collins
  • Pitiful penniless bums, Sugar
  • It would have been wonderful, A Little Night Music
  • Worlds Apart, Big River
  • Song on the Sand, La Cage aux Folles
  • Little boy, be a man, Catch Me If You Can
  • A powerful thing, Steel Pier
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