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Good Night, Paul   

Hudson Theatre, (9/03/1917 - 10/06/1917)
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Opening Date: Sep 03, 1917    
Closing Date: Oct 06, 1917 Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris at the present time

Production Staff
Produced by Ralph Herz
Book by Charles Dickson and Roland Oliver; Music by Harry B. Olsen; Lyrics by Roland Oliver and Charles Dickson; Featuring songs by Arthur E. Aerseth; Featuring songs with lyrics by George C. Mack
Staged by J. H. Benrimo
Costume Design by Lucile
Burrell Barbaretto
Robert Hayward
Jene Glening
Betty Gram
Ralph C. Herz
Paul Forster
Louise Kelley
Madame Louise
Frank Lalor
Frank Forster
Audrey Maple
Mrs. Audrey Heywood
Elizabeth Murray
Elizabeth M. O'Brien
Julie Ross
Gladys Smith
Marjorie Stevens
Miss Trimponi
music by Harry B. Olsen; lyrics by Roland Oliver and Charles Dickson
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Gowns Madame Louise and Girls
Eenie Weenie (Lovey Dovey) Mrs. Audrey Heywood and Robert Hayward
(Nothing Seems Right, Oh!) The World Is All Wrong Paul Forster, Robert Hayward and Mrs. Audrey Heywood
(Poor) Mary Ann O'Shea
(music by Arthur E. Aerseth; lyrics by George C. Mack)
Elizabeth M. O'Brien
ACT 2 Sung By
Constancy Mrs. Audrey Heywood
Sailing (Away) on the Henry Clay
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Gus Kahn)
Elizabeth M. O'Brien
Flattery Elizabeth M. O'Brien and Mrs. Audrey Heywood
Serenade Robert Hayward and Mrs. Audrey Heywood
ACT 3 Sung By
I've Given My Heart to You, Dear Mrs. Audrey Heywood and Robert Hayward
Eenie Weenie (Lovey Dovey) Elizabeth M. O'Brien and Paul Forster
Purity Madame Louise, Elizabeth M. O'Brien, Paul Forster and Frank Forster
I Like You Madame Louise and Frank Forster