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A Night in Spain   

44th Street Theatre, (5/03/1927 - circa. 10/1927)
Winter Garden Theatre, (10/10/1927 - 11/12/1927)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 03, 1927    
Closing Date: Nov 12, 1927 Total Performances: 174

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

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Jean Schwartz; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Alfred Bryan; Musical Director: Max Hoffmann; Additional music by Ted Healy, Phil Baker and Sid Silvers; Additional lyrics by Ted Healy, Phil Baker and Sid Silvers
Choreographed by Gertrude Hoffman and Ralph Reader; Directed by Charles Judels
Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps; Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Musician: Jack Scherr, Jack Kotek, Jack Russell, William MacMurray, Louis Horvath, Walker O'Neill, Ben Goldstein, Martin Tracy, Ted Zapt and Harold Van Emberg
Roslind Abbomonte

George Anderson

Andreini Trio

Phil Baker


Julia Barker

Bee Basil

Frances Blythe

Grace Bowman

Sam Braun

Jay Brennan

Andrienne Brower

Peggy Burgess

Ann Cabot

Marie Caldwell

Gloria Christy

Morine Clarke

Tito Coral

Cortez and Peggy

Xavier Cugat

Amanda Daisey

Mildred Douglas

Dorothy Drum

J. Colville Dunn

Marion Fedro

Elsa Freed

Bernice Gardener

Bert Gardener

Helen Gesty

Bert Haines

Thaile Hamilton

Grace Hayes

Betty Healy

Ted Healy

Jean Henderson

Aini Hendricks

Shemp Howard

Helba Huara

Pearl Jentoft

Helen Kane

Carla King

Rhea Mason

Kay McHugh

Charlotte Middlemore

Loretta Minogue

Betty Montgomery

Mabel Pauley

Agatha Phillips

Bobby Pinkus

Florence Powell

Rae Powell

Georgie Price

Lola Raine

Evangeline Raleigh

Olive Rector

Dot Richman

Stanley Rogers

Ethel Seiberling

Emily Sherman

Peggy Sickle

Sid Silvers

Bartlett Simmons

Lillian Smith

Ellen Speeler

Ann Sutherland

Margaret Swanson

Norma Terris

Dolly Thain

Trainor Brothers

Dollie Trucksess

Gladys Turner

Barbara Vernon

Emilia Vidali

Lou Warren

Jeanette Wiate

Victoria Winter

Evelyn Wright

music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Alfred Bryan
(Unless otherwise noted)
International Vamp
De Dum Dum
The Sky Girl
C'est Vous
Promenade the Esplanade
My Rose of Spain
Rainy Day Pal
(music by Phil Baker and Sid Silvers; lyrics by Phil Baker and Sid Silvers)
Love and Kisses (from Baby to You)
(music by Phil Baker and Sid Silvers; lyrics by Phil Baker and Sid Silvers)
Columbus and Isabella
Hot, Hot Honey
Under the Clover Moon
(music by Ted Healy; lyrics by Ted Healy)
A Spanish Shawl
The Nocturn
The Curfew Walk
A Million Eyes