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Chanin's 46th Street Theatre , (11/03/1931 - 11/07/1931)
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Opening Date:Nov 03, 1931   
Closing Date:Nov 07, 1931 Total Performances:7

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Scandal Sheet; Trotwood's Penthouse; Reno Station; Hotel Riverview Lobby; Hotel Promenade; Ross Alley; Corridor in the Hotel; Two Bedrooms; The Hotel Garden; The Divorce Court; Cal-Neva Lodge.

Production Staff
Produced by Peter Arno
Book by Peter Arno; Additional dialogue by Roger Pryor; Lyrics by Edward Heyman; Music by John W. Green; Additional music by Richard Myers; Musical Director: Adolph Deutsch; Music orchestrated by Conrad Salinger
Staged by Edward Clarke Lilley; Dances and ensembles by Russell Markert
Scenery sketched by Peter Arno; Scenic Design by Dale Stetson; Costume Design by Kiviette
La Verne Barker Show Girl
Fred Barry Singer
Margot Bazin Dancer
Eric Blore Roddy Trotwood
Grace Brinkley Betty Fish
Bruce Carrington Hotel Clerk
Chick & Andy Flossie
A Cow
Bobby Clark Hives
Gordon Clark Clerk of the Court
Dudley Clements Judge Humphries
Meda Cordova Dancer
Victoria Cummings June Doyle
Dorothy Dare Diddles Stuyvesant
Doris De Lairs Show Girl
Gene Doughty Dancer
Edwin Drake Singer
Mildred Espy Dancer
Paul Frawley Tony Doyle
John Gallaudet Roger Loring
Pauline Gaskins Bubbles Stuyvesant
Marion Glass Show Girl
Loretta Goss Show Girl
Ethel Hampton Dancer
Ann Hastings Dancer
Harry Holbrook Sparker
A Gambler
June's Attorney
Charlotte Homann Baroness Von Ga Ga
Show Girl
Gus Hyland Singer
Frank King Singer
Vera King Show Girl
George Lamb Singer
Frances Langford Rose
Terry Lawlor Dancer
Muriel LeCount Dancer
Philip Lord House Detective
Anna Rita Lynch Dancer
Madeline Lynch Dancer
Vida Manuel Dancer
Muriel Markert Dancer
Mary Mascher Dancer
Paul McCullough Blodgett
Dick Neeley Singer
George O'Brien Singer
Gertrude O'Donnell Dancer
Norma Perrin Dancer
Mary Pettis Eloise Bell
A Reporter
Anna Rex Dancer
Roberta Robinson Toodles Stuyvesant
Ann Roth Doodles Stuyvesant
Colletta Ryan Etta Fish
Al Samuels Taxi Driver
Ray Samuels Taxi Driver
Joseph Spree Tarkington
Dorothy Talbot Show Girl
Norma Taylor June's Maid
Helen Thompson Show Girl
Lilian Ward Dancer
music by John W. Green; lyrics by Edward Heyman
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
The Inside Story The Girls
Remarkable People We
(music by Richard Myers)
Etta Fish, Roddy Trotwood and The Girls
My Sweetheart 'Tis of Thee Betty Fish, Tony Doyle and The Girls
Shake Well Before Using Diddles Stuyvesant and The Girls
My Sweetheart 'Tis of Thee (Reprise)Betty Fish
We Know Reno Ensemble
Well, You See Etta Fish and Hives
What's the Difference Diddles Stuyvesant and Ensemble
One Second of Sex
(music by Richard Myers)
June Doyle and Roger Loring
Hello, My Lover, Goodbye Rose and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
It's My Nature Diddles Stuyvesant, Roger Loring and The Girls
It Means So Little to You Tony Doyle and Betty Fish
Music in My Fingers
(music by Richard Myers)
Rose and Ensemble