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The Last Waltz   

Century Theatre, (5/10/1921 - 10/29/1921)
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Opening Date: May 10, 1921    
Closing Date: Oct 29, 1921 Total Performances: 185

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Drawing Room and Ballroom in the Castle of General Krasian, near the City of Vandalia; Drawing Room in the Palace of Prince Paul, Regent of Vandalia.


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and United Plays Company
Music by Oscar Straus; Book by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald; Book adapted by Harold Atteridge and Edward Delaney Dunn; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Edward Delaney Dunn; Additional music by Alfred Goodman, Ralph Benatsky, Rudolf Nelson, Louis Friedman and A. Werau; Musical Director: Oscar Radin
Directed by J. C. Huffman and Frank Smithson; Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster and Jack Mason; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Cast
Amelia Allen
Zadie
Clio Ayres
Ensemble
James Barton
Mat Maltby
May Beck
Ensemble
Alfred Brauning
Ensemble
Harrison Brockbank
Prince Paul
Peggy Brown
Ensemble
Virginia Calmer
Ensemble
Rex Carter
Ensign Orsinski
Bunny Castle
Ensemble
John Castle
Ensemble
Timothy Daly
Vladek
Florence Darling
Ensemble
Gladys Davis
Ensemble
Ann Delmore
Ensemble
Anna May Dennehy
Ensemble
George Evans
Grand Duke Hubenstitch
Harry Fender
Baron Ippolith
Catharine Flynn
Ensemble
Walton Ford
Ensemble
Peggy Glendenning
Ensemble
Eleanor Griffith
Babuschka
John Guiran
Dancer
Clarence Harvey
General Miecu Krasian
Chase Herendeen
Ensemble
Helen Herendeen
Sylvette
Ensemble
Ben Jackson
Ensemble
Corinne Jackson
Ensemble
May Jennings
Ensemble
Mary Kissell
Ensemble
Dorothy Laudena
Ensemble
Marie LaVon
Ensemble
George Levoy
Ensemble
Yvonne Linnard
Ensemble
Ted Lorraine
Lieutenant Matlain
John V. Lowe
Captain Kaminski
Rena Manning
Chochette
Ensemble
Mlle. Marguerite
Dancer
John Miller
Ensemble
Ruth Mills
Mariette
Murray Minehart
Ensemble
Anita Miramar
Ensemble
Donna Mobley
Ensemble
Sybil Morais
Ensemble
Florence Morrison
Countess Alexandrowna Corpulinski
Marjorie Muir
Ensemble
Eleanor Painter
Vera Lizaveta
Nan Rainsford
Lolo
Ensemble
Carolyn Reynolds
Babette
Ensemble
Isabelle Rodrigues
Carmenina
Irving Rose
Adjutant Labinescue
Harry Rosedale
Ensemble
Marc Roselle
Ensemble
Max Rosenberg
Ensemble
Adolphia Sharpe
Ensemble
Aquilla Sharpe
Ensemble
Bruzilla Sharpe
Ensemble
Ruth Shaw
Ensemble
Thelma Smith
Ensemble
Beatrice Swanson
Annuschka
Marcella Swanson
Hannuschka
Jean Thomas
Francine
Ensemble
William Tillett
Ensemble
Jean Troupman
Ensemble
Thelma Turnbull
Ensemble
Jean Wallace
Ensemble
Betty Walsh
Ensemble
Gladys Walton
Petruschka
Walter Woolf
Lieut. Jack Merrington, U. S. N.
music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Edward Delaney Dunn
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Hail to Our General Officers and Men
The Next Dance With You
(music by Alfred Goodman; lyrics by Louis Friedman)
Captain Kaminski, Ensign Orsinski, Francine and Mariette
Live for Today
(music by Alfred Goodman and A. Werau)
Lieut. Jack Merrington, U. S. N., Officers and Men
(The) Charming Ladies
(music by Alfred Goodman and A. Werau)
Mat Maltby and Chorus
My Heart Is Waking Vera Lizaveta
Roses Out of Reach Vera Lizaveta
The Last Waltz Vera Lizaveta, Lieut. Jack Merrington, U. S. N. and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Reminiscence Vera Lizaveta and Lieut. Jack Merrington, U. S. N.
Ladies Choice Mat Maltby, Captain Kaminski, Adjutant Labinescue, Ensign Orsinski, Annuschka, Hannuschka and Petruschka
Bring Him My Love Thoughts Vera Lizaveta and Ensemble
A Baby in Love
(music by Ralph Benatsky and Alfred Goodman)
Babuschka and Baron Ippolith
Fading Golden Love Dream Vera Lizaveta and Lieut. Jack Merrington, U. S. N.
ACT 3 Sung By
The Whip Hand Prince Paul and Chorus
Oo-La-La Vera Lizaveta