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Globe Theatre, (3/22/1923 - 6/09/1923)

Opening Date: Mar 22, 1923
Closing Date: Jun 09, 1923
Total Performances: 92

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and three acts
Setting: New York City

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by Chelsea Producing Corp.

Book by Frederic Isham and Otto Harbach; Based on a play by Frederic Isham; Lyrics by Otto Harbach, John Murray Anderson and Augustus Barratt; Music by Augustus Barratt; Musical Director: Charles Previn; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh and Stephen Jones; Additional music by Alfred Newman, William Daly, Muriel Pollock and Ivor Novello; Additional lyrics by Ivor Novello, Oliver Deering and Blanche Merrill

Staged by John Murray Anderson; Directed by John Harwood; Choreographed by Larry Ceballos

Costume Design by Robert Locher, Gilbert Clark and Frederick W. Jones III; Scenic Design by Frederick W. Jones III

Opening Night Cast

Kathlyn ArdelleEnsemble
Jean BarneySolo Singer
Leon BarteSolo Dancer
Lina BasquetteThe Maid
Solo Dancer
Beth BeriPhyllis Sisson
Solo Dancer
Helene BlairSolo Dancer
Brenda BondSolo Singer
Anna BuckleyEnsemble
Gladys BurgetteA Descendant of Mary Ball
Cynthia CambridgeEnsemble
Barbara CavelloEnsemble
America ChedisterMrs. DePeyster Fish
Ensemble
Joan ClementEnsemble
Anna Mae CliftEnsemble
Beatrice CollenetteSolo Dancer
Carlos ConteThe Footman
Pauline DoriaEnsemble
Elsa DorisEnsemble
Peggy FishEnsemble
Ward FoxSolo Dancer
Alden GayEnsemble
Eleanora GroverMrs. Foote
Ensemble
Roger ImhofDaniel Malone
Brooke JohnsDonald Lee
Leslie JoySolo Singer
Eleanor LabelleEnsemble
Eileen LawrieSolo Singer
Violet LobellEnsemble
Edna LockeEnsemble
Donald MacDonaldJack Andrews
Nathalie MalowanSolo Singer
Geraldine MarkhamEnsemble
Kiki MaxwellCorps de Ballet
Gayle MaysSolo Dancer
Elizabeth NorthEnsemble
Nyoka-NyokaSolo Dancer
Virginia O'BrienJill Malone
Astrid OhlsonSolo Singer
Lester O'KeefeSolo Singer
Georgia O'RameyMrs. Malone
Metta Louise OrrMrs. Sylvester Jones
Julia ParlerCorps de Ballet
Lennox PawleDuke of Dippington
Ann PenningtonGloria Wayne
Geneva PriceCorps de Ballet
Russell ScottThe Butler
Solo Singer
TarzanneEnsemble
Winifred VerinaMarcia Manners
Doris VintonCorps de Ballet
Clifton WebbJimmy Eustace
Claudius WebsterSolo Dancer
Cricket Wooten Corps de Ballet

Songs

music by Augustus Barratt; lyrics by Otto Harbach ,Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson
(Unless otherwise noted)


ACT 1 Sung By
Seated 'Neath My Family Tree
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
A Descendant of Mary Ball
Antiques
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Jack Andrews
Voodoo Man
(music by Alfred Newman)
Donald Lee
Concentrate
(music by Alfred Newman)
Gloria Wayne and Jimmy Eustace
Girls Grow More Wonderful Day by Day
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Daniel Malone
No Other Eyes
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Jill Malone
The Keys of Heaven
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Solo Singers, Jill Malone and Jack Andrews
Hello! Good-Bye
(music by William Daly)
Jimmy Eustace
ACT 2 Sung By
Married Life Blues
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Donald Lee
(Snug as a) Bug in a Rug
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Jill Malone and Jimmy Eustace
Pretty City Girl
(music by William Daly)
Gloria Wayne and Donald Lee
Web of Dreams
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Jill Malone
Point Venice
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Corps de Ballet
(And) Her Mother Came Too!
(music by Ivor Novello; lyrics by Ivor Novello )
Jimmy Eustace
(Poor Little) Wall Flower
(music by Muriel Pollock; lyrics by Blanche Merrill )
Gloria Wayne
ACT 3 Sung By
Fleeting Honeymoon
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
The Butler
Dancing in the Dark
(music by Muriel Pollock; lyrics by Oliver Deering )
Jimmy Eustace and Phyllis Sisson
Jack and Jill
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Jill Malone and Jack Andrews
Ophelia
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Mrs. Malone, Duke of Dippington and Jimmy Eustace
My Cherokee Rose
(lyrics by Otto Harbach, Augustus Barratt and John Murray Anderson)
Donald Lee and Gloria Wayne
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