Three couples, each newly expecting a child, have different but familiar reactions. Lizzie and Danny are university juniors who have just moved in together. Athletic Pam and her husband, Nick, a sports instructor, have had some trouble conceiving. Arlene, already the mother of three grown daughters, is unsure of what to do, contemplating abortion while her husband Alan is thrilled with the thought of a new baby. Throughout the show, these characters experience the emotional stresses and triumphs, the desperate lows and the comic highs, that accompany the anticipation and arrival of a baby.
"Baby, Baby, Baby (Reprise)" was replaced in the initial run and the original cast recording with the song "Patterns," wherein Arlene contemplates her circular life as mother and wife.
Snoopy was a Dutch female disco duo. The group was founded by music manager Han Meijer in 1979 with singers Ethel Mezas (born 1956) and Florence Woerdings (born 1956). Woerdings left the project in 1979 and was replaced with Maureen Seedorf. The group ceased activities in 1980.
In 1978–1979 they had a hit with "No Time for a Tango". It reached number 7 in Germany, number 9 in Austria, and number 10 in Switzerland.
Ethel Mezas (born 1956) — vocals
Florence Woerdings (born 1956) — vocals (until 1979)
Maureen Seedorf — vocals (1979-1980)
1978: "No Time for a Tango" — number 7 in Germany, number 19 in Austria, number 9 in Switzerland