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Globe Theatre, (6/18/1923 - 11/04/1923)
Fulton Theatre, (11/05/1923 - 11/10/1923)

Opening Date: Jun 18, 1923
Closing Date: Nov 10, 1923
Total Performances: 168

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by George White

Book by George White and William K. Wells; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva; Additional lyrics by E. Ray Goetz, Ballard MacDonald and Lew Brown; Music by George Gershwin; Musical Director: Charles Drury; Additional music by Jack Green, Carl Schraubstader, James F. Hanley, Abner Silver, Sidney D Mitchell and Lew Pollack

Directed by George White

Art director: Herbert Ward; Scenic Design by H Robert Law Studios; Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy and Erté

Opening Night Cast

Delyle Alda
Newton Alexander
Lester Allen
Beulah Berson
Richard Bold
Margaret Breen
The Breens
Anna Buckley
Alice Burton
Norma Cloos
Vera Colburn
Marion Courtney
Patricia Cross
Evelyn Crowell
Myra Cullen
Hazel Donnelly
Johnny Dooley
Charles Dornberger
Dorothy Fenron
Margaret Gollis
Lloyd Halicey
Helen Hudson
Peggy Jones
Mildred Klaw
Harry Lang
Georgia Lerch
Thea Lightner
Winnie Lightner
Vera Marsh
Constance Meredith
James Miller
Marie Nerval
Tom Patricola
Edna May Reed
Catherine Ringquist
Bee Savage
Dorothy Smith
Cleone Stamm
Tip Top Four
Olive Vaughn
Mischa Vol Janin
Marga Waldron
Frank Webster
Alice White


music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva
(Unless otherwise noted)

Little Scandal Dolls
You and I (in Old Versailles)
(music by George Gershwin and Jack Green)
Lola Lo (Lo-La-Lo)
There Is Nothing Too Good for You
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and E. Ray Goetz)
Throw Her in High
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and E. Ray Goetz)
Let's Be Lonesome Together
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and E. Ray Goetz)
Last Night on the Back Porch (I Loved Her Best of All)
(music by Carl Schraubstader; lyrics by Lew Brown )
(music by Abner Silver, Sidney D Mitchell and Lew Pollack; lyrics by Abner Silver, Sidney D Mitchell and Lew Pollack )
Stingo Stungo
(music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by Lew Brown )
The Life of a Rose
Look in the Looking Glass
Where Is She?
Laugh Your Cares Away
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