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Broadway Theatre, (4/12/1936 - 4/24/1936)
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Opening Date: Apr 12, 1936    
Closing Date: Apr 24, 1936 Total Performances: 28

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

Production Staff
Produced by Gus Edwards
Sketches by Eugene Conrad; Lyrics by Eugene Conrad; Music by Gus Edwards; Additional lyrics by Ted Fetter and Howard Johnson; Additional music by Richard Lewine and Leo Edwards; Music orchestrated by Arthur Gutman
Staged by Gus Edwards; Choreographed by Bill Powers
Scenic Design by Clark Robinson; Costume Design by William Weaver
Joan Alexander
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Billy Ambrose

Ruth Ambrose

Gail Andrews
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens

Bill Bailey

Aileen Barry
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Lynne Carter
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Milton Charleston

Joe Cook Jr.

Barbara Coswell
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
DeBold Twins
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Joe Dorris

Danny Drayson

Bob Easton

Fabello's Orchestra

Hal Forde

Haline Frances

Jay Golden

Rosalind Golden

Constance Grandall

Bertrice Grey
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Mary Louise Harper

Gretchen Kimmel

Myra Lott

Ed Lowry

Connie Lusby
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Selma Marlowe

Evelyn Marsh
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Ann Metzger

Jane Miller
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Ondee Odette

Gerald Phillips

Mark Plant

Janee Rich
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Larry Rich, Jr.

Jean Scott
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Dorothy Stone
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
The Three Robbins

Al Verdi

Marion Volk
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
Bobette Walker
Sixteen Sweet Sixteens
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