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Diamond Lil   

 
Coronet Theatre , (2/05/1949 - 2/26/1949)
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Opening Date:Feb 05, 1949   
Closing Date:Feb 26, 1949 Total Performances:

Category: Play, Comedy, Melodrama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Bowery. The "Gay Nineties."
Comments: Mae West broke her ankle on February 26, causing performances to halt.


Production Staff
Produced by Albert H. Rosen and Herbert J. Freeyer
Written by Mae West; Based on a play by Jack Linder
Directed by Charles K. Freeman
Scenic Design by William De Forest and Ben Edwards; Costume Design by Paul Du Pont
Cast
Mae West Diamond Lil
Robert Allender Ensemble
Dick Arnold Ragtime
Frances Arons Sally
Robert Behr Ensemble
Hiram Breckenridge Ensemble
Fred Catania Card Player
Ralph Chambers Doheny
Peter Chan Charlie
Steve Cochran Juarez
Joli Coleman Ensemble
Richard Coogan Captain Cummings
Ethel Curtis Ensemble
Marjorie Dalton Ensemble
Michael Edwards Singer
James Fallon Mike
Miriam Goldina Rita
Lawrence Holmes Ensemble
Jack Howard Bill
Louise Jenkins Maggie
Curtis Karpe Ensemble
Mike Keene Kane
David Lapin Miss West's Accompanist
Lester Laurence Pete the Duke
Marilyn Lowe Barbara
Margaret Magennis Violet
Charles G. Martin Flynn
Lillian Martin Ensemble
Hyacinth Melon Ensemble
Frederic Meyer Ensemble
F. Ben Miller Cop
Harry Miller Ensemble
William H. Miller Ensemble
Buddy Millette Bessie
Jeff Morrow Chick Clark
Harriet Nelson Kitty
Arnold New Bowery Pianist
Louis Nussbaum Jacobson
Lucile Peroni Ensemble
Patsy Perroni Card Player
Walter Petrie Gus Jordan
John Quigg Ensemble
James Quinn Porter
Sylvia Syms Flo
Jerry Tobias Sailor
Sheila Trent Frances
Billy Van Jim
George Warren Spike
Harry Warren Jerry
James Wiler Ensemble