Let’s Hear it for the Boys: Group Numbers for Guys!
Written by Tiffany Weagly-Wilkie
June 2, 2017
Looking for a group number to do with your guy friends? We’ve chosen 15 to help you find a group number that’s perfect for you and your friends! (Check out our Spotify playlist here.)
1. “Two by Two” from Book of Mormon
Price believes if he prays enough, he will be sent to Orlando, Florida for his mission trip. To his surprise, he and Elder Cunningham are sent to Uganda as a pair.
2. “Brotherhood of Man” from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Finch tells the executives that even though the business world is a place filled with lies and corruption, the World Wide Wicket staff is like family to him.
3. “Those Canaan Days” from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
A famine has caught up with Joseph’s brothers. They are led by Simeon and express regret at selling him and deceiving their father.
4. “Seize the Day” from Newsies
Jack can’t seem to motivate the newsies, but Davey steps in to take over and rallies the newsies for a full scale strike against the newspaper.
5. “Officer Krupke” from West Side Story
To cheer themselves up, two Jets make fun of Officer Krupke and all the other adults who they think don’t understand them.
6. “Nothing Like a Dame” from South Pacific
Billis and the sailors sing about how they sadly lack female companionship.
7. “What a Game” from Ragtime
Edgar expects the baseball game to be the fun, respectful game he played in college, but he’s horrified to find himself in the middle of a rowdy game full of drunks.
8. “His Name is Lancelot” from Spamalot
Lancelot is outed as a homosexual after he saves Herbert and this announcement is celebrated in a wild disco number.
9. “High Adventure” from Aladdin
Jafar has Aladdin arrested for entering Jasmine’s room. After hearing of Aladdin’s arrest, Babkak, Omar and Kassim storm the palace to rescue their friend.
10. “Some Kinda Time” from Dogfight
Arriving in San Francisco, private First Class Birdlace and his rowdy fellow Marines are eager to take the town by storm on their last night in the United States.
11. “We are the Altar Boyz” from Altar Boyz
The Altar Boyz introduce themselves.
12. “New York, New York” from On the Town
A quartet of workman start a new day. The whistle blows at 6am, and three sailors, Ozzie, Chip and Gabey emerge.
13. “To Life” from Fiddler on the Roof
Lazar is allowed to marry Tzeitel. All join in the celebration of Lazar’s good fortune.
14. “Red and Black” from Les Miserables
Marius fantasizes about his new-found love and his friends tease and laugh with him.
15. “The Bitch of Living” from Spring Awakening
Moritz, Melchior and the other boys sing about their own sexually frustrated thoughts and desires.
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