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Kirkeby, one of Chuck's former 'clients', discovers that Fran has been staying at Chuck's apartment, so as revenge for cutting him and the others off from using the apartment he tells Fran's overly protective brother where she has been staying. Karl Kubelik then comes to the apartment to collect her, and believing that Chuck is the cause of her current state he punches Chuck. Miss Olsen soon discovers that Sheldrake's actions led to Fran almost killing herself. She quits her job and tells Mrs. Sheldrake all about her husband's affairs. She leaves him, resulting in his desperation to woo Fran back.

Chuck refuses and quits his job rather than allow Sheldrake to take Fran to his apartment ever again "Promises, Promises". Deciding that he has to get away, Chuck begins packing to move elsewhere when Fran comes to see him. Sheldrake had told her that Chuck had refused him access and quit, and she realizes that Chuck is the one who really loves her.

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As they resume their earlier game of gin, he declares his love for her, to which she replies, "Shut up and deal". From The New York Times : "Though the work featured memorable dance sequences by a choreographer on the rise named Michael Bennett , what really set it apart was its score, written by the solid-gold pop composer Burt Bacharach with lyrics by Hal David. Bacharach introduced to Broadway not only the insistently rhythmic, commercial-jingle buoyancy of 's soft-core radio fare, but also a cinematic use of Teflon-smooth, offstage backup vocals.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music. Best Musical. Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical. Chuck asks Fran to attend the basketball game with him, and she agrees to meet him there after first having a drink with her soon-to-be ex-lover "She Likes Basketball".

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Fran's lover turns out to be the married Sheldrake. Fran wants to end the relationship, but Sheldrake talks her into spending the evening with him "Knowing When to Leave". Though Fran stands him up, Chuck forgives her. When he informs the other executives that his apartment is no longer available for their use, they express dismay "Where Can You Take a Girl? Meanwhile, Sheldrake wonders why he is drawn to affairs "Wanting Things". The scene shifts to the company Christmas party, where everyone is enjoying themselves "Turkey Lurkey Time".

Miss Olsen, Sheldrake's secretary, reveals to Fran that she is simply the latest in a long line of Sheldrake's mistresses. The first-act curtain falls as Fran is driven to misery "A House is Not a Home" in the revival , and Chuck discovers that Fran is the one Sheldrake has been taking to his apartment.

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A despondent Chuck spends Christmas Eve trying to drink away his troubles at a bar, where he meets another tipsy lonelyheart, Marge MacDougall, who agrees to come back to his apartment "A Fact Can Be a Beautiful Thing". In the meantime, at Chuck's apartment, Fran confronts Mr. Sheldrake about his earlier affairs. While he admits to the affairs, he declares his love for Fran, but tells her that he must leave in order to catch his train home to spend Christmas Eve with his family.

When Chuck arrives with Marge, he discovers Fran on his bed. After quickly disposing of Marge, a frantic Chuck gets his neighbor, Dr. Dreyfuss, to come over and together they save her life. The next morning Chuck calls Sheldrake to let him know what happened. Sheldrake says he can't leave for the city without his wife knowing and asks Chuck to take care of Fran "Christmas Day".

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Kirkeby, one of Chuck's former 'clients', discovers that Fran has been staying at Chuck's apartment, so as revenge for cutting him and the others off from using the apartment he tells Fran's overly protective brother where she has been staying. Karl Kubelik then comes to the apartment to collect her, and believing that Chuck is the cause of her current state he punches Chuck. Miss Olsen soon discovers that Sheldrake's actions led to Fran almost killing herself. She quits her job and tells Mrs.

Sheldrake all about her husband's affairs. She leaves him, resulting in his desperation to woo Fran back.

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Chuck refuses and quits his job rather than allow Sheldrake to take Fran to his apartment ever again "Promises, Promises". But now she believes she's a joke and doesn't want to fail. Mercedes comfrots her, saying that she's not a joke especially when she's singing, and getting up again is the hardest part of failing.

Mercedes stating things Rachel needs to remember, and Rachel leave the choir room and waves at Mercedes as she sings the song. In New York, she enters the audition room, performing the song powerfully. As the song ends, the judges claps for her and she is happy. Rachel: Promises, promises I'm all through with promises, promises now I don't know how I got the nerve to walk out If I shout, remember I feel free Now I can look at myself and be proud I'm laughing out loud Oh, promises, promises This is where those promises, promises end I don't pretend that what was wrong can be right Every night I'll sleep now, no more lies Things that I promised myself fell apart But I found my heart Oh, promises, their kind of promises, can just destroy a life Oh, promises, those kind of promises, take all the joy from life Oh, promises, promises, my kind of promises Can lead to joy and hope and love Yes, love Every night I sleep now, no more lies Things that I promised myself fell apart But I found my heart Oh, promises, their kind of promises can just destroy a life Oh, promises, those kind of promises take all the joy from life Oh, promises, promises, my kind of promises Can lead to joy and hope and love Yes, love.