Wild Wild Women


by Nola York

musical show
Music by Nola York. Book and Lyrics by Michael Richmond
asax.tsax - tpt - drums - pno - string synthesizer - bass
First Performance
1981, Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, UK
Published by Warner/Chappell.  Administered for rental and amateur stage rights by Faber Music Ltd worldwide (excluding North America, Germany, Austria and Switzerland)
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Music by Nola York
Book and Lyrics by Michael Richmond 
The Story
Wild, Wild, Women is a tuneful foot-stompin’, thigh-slappin, outrageously funny musical romp that takes a
light-hearted look at the traditional Western.  Set in Aggroville, where the Clantons and the McLairds are
constantly killing each other, and where hangin’ Judge West and the Earps try to keep control, things come to head when the lovely singing nun, Sister Priscilla, is killed by a stray bullet.  Alice Tibbs, of the
Peaceable Heaven Saloon, convinces all the womenfolk to take part in a love strike in order to bring the
men to their senses.  There is much twitching amongst the men, aggravated by the temptations of the Doves and the Red Candle Saloon, and amongst the women as they sing and dance themselves out of their dilemma. 
Principal Characters (plus Chorus)
Alice Tibbs 
Bill Tibbs
Sister Priscilla
Judge West
Jane Clanton 
Robert McLaird 
Principal Musical Numbers 
Peaceable Haven (Alice, Chorus) 
Aggroville (Wyatt, Chorus)
Wild Wild Women (Alice, Chorus)
Ooh La La  (Lola)
The Stars Already Know (Alice) 


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