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The Circus Princess   

Winter Garden Theatre, (4/25/1927 - 10/08/1927)
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Opening Date: Apr 25, 1927    
Closing Date: Oct 08, 1927 Total Performances: 192

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts and a Prologue
Setting: St. Petersburg, Russia and Vienna

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Emmerich Kalman; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; from the Viennese original by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Staged by J. C. Huffman and Marcel Varneli; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps; Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
from the original by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald
Bill ArnoldEnsemble
Arthur BarryPrince Palinsky
George BickelPelican
Michael BrentEnsemble
William BrowneEnsemble
Russell BryantEnsemble
Dorothy ChamberEnsemble
Karin ColonEnsemble
Thomas CoppeEnsemble
Billy CullooPorter
Fred DerrickAn Old Clown
Ted DonerToni Schlumberger
Edward DonohueEnsemble
Tom DonohueEnsemble
Herbert EaddyEnsemble
Gloria FoyMabel Gibson
Rose GordonEnsemble
Edouard GrobeFootman
Jessica HagenahEnsemble
Poodles HannefordFirst Cossack
Bus Boy
Stanley HarrisonBaron Sakuskine
George HassellGrand Duke Sergius
Virginia HassellEnsemble
John HenryArchbishop
Frank HornLieutenant Petrovitch
Paul JonesEnsemble
Starr West JonesNicholas
Grand Duke's Adjutant
Florence KowalewskaEnsemble
Oscar LowandeA Clown
Margaret LuerssenEnsemble
Herbert LylePaul
An Officer
Donald McGillEnsemble
Wilma MillerEnsemble
Marie MinorEnsemble
Gerald MooreEnsemble
Raymond MooreEnsemble
Florence MorrisonFrau Schlumberger
James C. MortonPinelli
Second Cossack
First Waiter
Phyllis NewkirkEnsemble
Robert O'ConnorStanislavsky
Katherine O'NealeEnsemble
Mary PattersonEnsemble
Guy RobertsonPrince Alexis Orloff
Mr. X
Edmund RuffnerCommissionaire
Alfred RussEnsemble
Katherine ScheererEnsemble
Bob SchutteEnsemble
Harry ShackelfordConstantine
Stella ShieldsEnsemble
Desiree TaborPrincess Fedora Palinska
Joseph TonerIvan Panin
Sam TrueEnsemble
Roy VitalisLoris
Eleanor WitmarEnsemble
Max WolfeEnsemble
John ZimmermanEnsemble
music by Emmerich Kalman; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
But Who Cares?Prince Alexis Orloff and Officers
SilhouetteFoster Girls
Bravo, BravoStanislavsky, Pinelli and Audience
There's Something About YouMabel Gibson and Toni Schlumberger
Dear Eyes That Haunt MePrince Alexis Orloff
Same Old Love SongsPrincess Fedora Palinska and Officers
I Dare to Speak of Love to YouPrincess Fedora Palinska and Prince Alexis Orloff
Girls, I Am True to All of YouToni Schlumberger and Foster Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Joy BellsGuests
The Hussars' SongPrince Alexis Orloff, Grand Duke Sergius and Officers
The Blue Eyes I Dream OfPrincess Fedora Palinska and Prince Alexis Orloff
I Like the BoysMabel Gibson, Officers and Foster Girls
What Do You Say?
(music by Jesse Greer; lyrics by Raymond Klages)
Mabel Gibson and Toni Schlumberger
GuardedToni Schlumberger, First Cossack and Second Cossack
ACT 3 Sung By
WaitersBus Boy, First Waiter, Foster Girls and Waiters
Dear Eyes That Haunt Me (Reprise) Prince Alexis Orloff and Liebling Singers
I'll Be WaitingMabel Gibson, Toni Schlumberger and Foster Girls