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America's Sweetheart   

Broadhurst Theatre, (2/10/1931 - 6/06/1931)
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Opening Date: Feb 10, 1931    
Closing Date: Jun 06, 1931 Total Performances: 135

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Hollywood and Tennessee

Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Music by Richard Rodgers; Book by Herbert Fields; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Production Supervised by Bobby Connolly; Directed by Monty Woolley; Choreographed by Bobby Connolly
Costume Design by Charles Le Maire; Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager
Jeanne Aubert
Denise Torel
Virginia Bruce
Miss Mulligan
Alice Burrage
Telephone Operator
Terry Carroll
A Stenographer
Bud Clark
Mr. Butler
Inez Courtney
Madge Farrell
Dorothy Dare
Raoul De Tisne
Radio announcer
Al Downing
A Booking Agent
Jay Ford
Mr. Corrigan
Hilda Forman
Louise Forman
Maxine Forman
Charles Fowler
Mr. McClarey
Jean Fursa
Herbert Hall
Mr. Goulding
Harriette Lake
Geraldine March
Francetta Malloy
Vera Marsh
Sue Moore
Fred Shawhan
Mr. Clark
John Sheehan
S. A. Dolan
Gus Shy
Larry Pitkin
Florence Spink
O. J. Vanasse
A Policeman
Jack Whiting
Michael Perry
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1 Sung By
Mr. Dolan Is Passing Through S. A. Dolan, Executives and Ensemble
In Califor-n-i-a Dorith, Paula and Movie Actresses
My Sweet Madge Farrell and Larry Pitkin
I've Got Five Dollars Geraldine March and Michael Perry
I've Got Five Dollars (Reprise) Geraldine March and Michael Perry
Sweet Geraldine Georgia, Georgiana and Georgette
There So Much More Denise Torel and Larry Pitkin
We'll Be the Same Geraldine March, Michael Perry and Ensemble
We'll Be the Same (Reprise) Michael Perry and Larry Pitkin
How About It Madge Farrell and Michael Perry
Innocent Chorus Girls of Yesterday Movie Stars
A Lady Must Live Denise Torel
ACT 2 Sung By
You Ain't Got No Savoir Faire Madge Farrell and Larry Pitkin
Two Unfortunate Orphans Paula, Dorith and Ensemble
I Want a Man Denise Torel
Tennessee Dan Georgia, Georgiana and Georgette
How About It (Reprise) Denise Torel, Michael Perry, Larry Pitkin and Ensemble