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Apollo Theatre, (11/26/1932 - 7/01/1933)
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Opening Date: Nov 26, 1932    
Closing Date: Jul 01, 1933 Total Performances: 243

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Mike's place, a hotel, the Embassy Theatre, and a Raleigh town house


Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva
Produced by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva
Music by Nacio Herb Brown and Richard A. Whiting; Additional songs by Vincent Youmans; Book by B.G. DeSylva and Laurence Schwab; Additional Dialogue by Sid Silvers; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva; Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones, Edward Powell, Russell Bennett and William Daly; Vocal Arrangements for Miss Merman's songs by Roger Edens
Musical numbers staged by Bobby Connolly; Book directed by Edgar MacGregor
Scenic Design by Cleon Throckmorton; Frocks by Kiviette and Charles Le Maire
General Manager: Charles L. Hertzman
Stage Manager: O. J. Vanasse; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jack Fleming
Conducted by Max Meth
Press Representative: Richard Maney
Cast
Louise Allen
Dancer
James Ardell
Dancer
Jack Armstrong
The Admirals
Lee Beggs
Actor
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Mr. Krankel
"Blackmail"
Boss
"Eadie"
Gerry Billings
Dancer
Chet Bree
Ritz Quartet
Lucille Brodin
Dancer
Flo Brooks
Dancer
Andrew Carr
Actor
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Louise Carr
Actress
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Jean Carson
Dancer
Edward Delridge
Ritz Quartet
Marian Dixon
Dancer
Al Downing
Actor
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Josephine Dunn
Thelma Green
Mrs. Krankel
"Blackmail"
Neil Evans
Ritz Quartet
Helen Fairweather
Dancer
Emily Fitzpatrick
Dancer
John Fleming
Runner
"Eadie"
Arline Garfield
Dancer
Robert Gleckler
Mike Caruso
Owner of "Mike's Place"
Frances Gordon
Dancer
John Grant
Actor
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Connolly
"Blackmail"
First Mate
"Eadie"
Ethel Green
Dancer
Jack Haley
Duke Stanley
General Duquesne
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
Marion Herson
Dancer
Sara Jane
Actress
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Julie Jenner
Maid
"Blackmail"
Dancer
Dorothy Kal
Dancer
Budd Kehlner
The Admirals
Gloria Kelly
Dancer
Henry King
Dancer
Paula King
Dancer
June Knight
Toni Ray
Boone's Wife
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
Tommy Ladd
The Admirals
Jane Lane
Dancer
Evelyn Laurie
Dancer
Clark Leston
Dancer
Florence Mallee
Dancer
Mitzi Mayfair
Consuelo Raleigh
Kenneth Raleigh's sister
Indian Girl
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
Frances McHugh
Dancer
Anna Marie McKenney
Dancer
Ethel Merman
Wanda Brill
Lora
"Blackmail"
The Queen
"Eadie"
Dorothy Morgan
Dancer
George Pauncefort
Butler
Paul Pegue
The Admirals
Julia Pirie
Dancer
Blanche Poston
Dancer
Oscar Ragland
Actor
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Jeeves
"Blackmail"
Preacher
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
Adelaide Raleigh
Dancer
Louise Seidel
Actress
in Kenneth Raleigh's Revue, "Humpty Dumpty"
Sid Silvers
Louie Webb
Trapper
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
William Stamm
Ritz Quartet
Mildred Webb
Dancer
Jack Whiting
Kenneth Raleigh
Ronald
"Blackmail"
Daniel Boone
"Daniel Boone's Defense"
Douglas Wood
Andrew Raleigh
Kenneth Raleigh's father
ACT 1 Sung By
The Life of the Party Night Club Girls and Guests
Should I Be Sweet Toni Ray
So Do I Kenneth Raleigh, Toni Ray and Guests
I Got Religion Wanda Brill
She's Nuts About Me Duke Stanley
Tickled Pink Kenneth Raleigh and Girls
Turn Out the Light Louie Webb, Duke Stanley, Toni Ray, Kenneth Raleigh and Girls
Charity Guests
I Long to Belong to You Kenneth Raleigh and Toni Ray
Rise and Shine Wanda Brill and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Tonight Is Opening Night Ensemble
Smoothie Duke Stanley and Wanda Brill
Eadie Was a Lady Wanda Brill and Ensemble
Should I Be Sweet (Revue Version) Toni Ray