Composer: Richard Rodgers
Lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein II

Opened: May 28, 1953, Majestic Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 358

Note: Only numbers not found on the original Broadway cast album are noted below.

Opening Of "Me And Juliet' (early version) (aka "Me, Who Am I") (cut; portion used in revised, expanded form in the 2013 Broadway revival of CINDERELLA):

1. Cinderella, CD/Ghostlight 8-4472 (Santino Fontana, Phumzile Sojola, Peter Bartlett and Knights with orchestra conducted by Andy Einhorn) (as "Me, Who Am I")

You Never Had It So Good (not used; later used in 1996 stage version of STATE FAIR):

1. State Fair, CD/DRG 94765 (Donna McKechnie, Ian Knauer, James Patterson, Michael Lee Scott, and Scott Willis with orchestra conducted by Kay Cameron)

Unrecorded Numbers:

The Baby You Love (cut)
Boss, May I Have A Raise? (cut)
Change Music Of Last Scene Of "Me And Juliet"
Dance Impromptu
Finale of "Me And Juliet"
Julius Baum (dropped during rehearsals) (end of show reprise of "Wake Up Little Theatre")
Marriage-Type Love (reprise in Sequence from Act Two) (cut)
Meat And Potatoes (cut)
Opening Of "Me And Juliet"
Opening Second Act of "Me And Juliet"
Wake Up Little Theatre (dropped during rehearsals)