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The Wild Rose   

Martin Beck Theatre, (10/20/1926 - 12/11/1926)
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Opening Date: Oct 20, 1926    
Closing Date: Dec 11, 1926 Total Performances: 61

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Monte Carlo, Borovina, and the King's Palace

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Martin Beck
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Book by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Rudolf Friml; Musical Director: Herbert Stothart; Assistant Musical Dir.: Mario Agnolucci
Staged by William J. Wilson; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley
Scenic Design by Josef Urban; Costume Design by Mark Mooring
General Manager: Hugh Grady; Company Manager: William Metz
Technical Director: Edward Dolan
General Press Representative: Helen Santoro
William CollierGideon Holtz
Desiree EllingerPrincess Elise
Joseph Santley"Monty" Travers
Michael AfanasiefEnsemble
Ethel AllenEnsemble
Cora AndrewsEnsemble
Waevolod AnisimoEnsemble
Lawrence ArcuriEnsemble
Anne AustinEnsemble
May BoyleEnsemble
Mildred BrowerEnsemble
Nana BryantCountess Nita
Mae BurkeEnsemble
Bobby CampbellEnsemble
Mary CarneyEnsemble
Benn CarswellEnsemble
Frank ChapmanEnsemble
Rachel ChesterEnsemble
Ann ConstanceEnsemble
Inez CourtneyLuella Holtz
Guerida CrawfordEnsemble
Jerome DaleyCarl
Jack DanzigerEnsemble
Claire DavisEnsemble
Orlando DeSalasEnsemble
George DjimosThe Flower Vendor
James EsipoffEnsemble
Lotta FaningEnsemble
George FisherEnsemble
Dorothy ForbesEnsemble
John FredrickEnsemble
Charles FryeEnsemble
Joseph GaryEnsemble
Eugene GnotowEnsemble
Frances GraceEnsemble
Bella GrafEnsemble
Dan HarrisEnsemble
Mary HarrisonEnsemble
Elinore HeinemannEnsemble
Gene HitchEnsemble
Bettye HolmesEnsemble
Leon KartavyEnsemble
David KladkoffEnsemble
Wright KramerKing Augustus III
John KrivokosenkeEnsemble
Jeanne La MontEnsemble
Grace La RueEnsemble
Joseph MacaulayBaron Frederick
George MagisEnsemble
Natalie ManningEnsemble
Zachary MarrEnsemble
Mabel MartinEnsemble
Doris MayEnsemble
Helene McGlynnEnsemble
Len MenceGeneral Hodenberg
Boris MilmanEnsemble
Michael MiroshnikEnsemble
Madeline MontelinEnsemble
Leo NashEnsemble
Richard NeelyEnsemble
Arthur NulensEnsemble
Sylvia PaganoEnsemble
Mary PaigeEnsemble
Josephine ParettoEnsemble
Pasquali BrothersDancer
The RandallsDancer
Polly RayEnsemble
Donald RobertEnsemble
Joseph RogersEnsemble
Patricia RossEnsemble
Katherine SackerEnsemble
Anatole SafanovEnsemble
Ruth SatoEnsemble
Lydia ShieldsEnsemble
Gus Shy"Buddy" Haines
Eve SinclairEnsemble
Clifford StoneEnsemble
Neil StonePeter
Morris TepperEnsemble
Dink TroutZeppo
Marguerite WyattEnsemble
Josef ZitrinikEnsemble
Philemon ZivalyEnsemble
ACT 1 Sung By
RivieraBaron Frederick and Ensemble
Lovely Lady"Monty" Travers and Chorus
Her Eyes Are Brown (Brown Eyes)"Monty" Travers, Luella Holtz, "Buddy" Haines and Chorus
Love Me, Don't You?Countess Nita, Gideon Holtz and Girls
It Was FatePrincess Elise and Chorus
Wild RosePrincess Elise, Baron Frederick and Male Chorus
Lady of the RosePrincess Elise, "Monty" Travers and Male Chorus
L'heure d'or (One Golden Hour)Princess Elise and "Monty" Travers
One Golden HourCountess Nita, Princess Elise, "Monty" Travers and Ensemble
Lady of the Rose (Reprise) Male Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Our Little Kingdom (We'll Have a Kingdom)Princess Elise and "Monty" Travers
Won't You Come Across?"Buddy" Haines and Luella Holtz
The CoronationPrincess Elise, Baron Frederick and Ensemble