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A Connecticut Yankee   

 
Vanderbilt Theatre, (11/03/1927 - 10/27/1928)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 03, 1927    
Closing Date: Oct 27, 1928 Total Performances: 421

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Hartford in 1927 and Camelot in 543 A.D.



Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields and Lyle D. Andrews
Music by Richard Rodgers; Book by Herbert Fields; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Musical Director: Paul Parnell; Adapted from the work of Mark Twain; Music orchestrated by Roy Webb
Dances by Busby Berkeley; Staged by Alexander Leftwich
Scenic Design by John F. Hawkins, Jr.; Costume Design by John F. Hawkins, Jr.
Company Manager: Harry B. Nelmes
Stage Manager: Murray Jay Queen; Assistant Stage Mgr: John Creighton
Art Direction by Herbert Ward
Press Representative: Lew Levenson
Cast
Ward ArnoldEnsemble
Charles BannisterEnsemble
Olive BertramEnsemble
Chester BreeSir Tristan
in the play
Ensemble
Arnold BrownEnsemble
Nana BryantFay Morgan
Queen Morgan Le Fay
in the play
Gordon BurbyAlbert Kay
Sir Kay the Seneschal
in the play
Constance CarpenterAlice Carter
The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise
in the play
June CochraneMistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans
in the play
Margaret CollinsEnsemble
Grace ConnellyEnsemble
John CreightonSir Bors
in the play
Ensemble
Martin DenisEnsemble
Regina DiamondMistress Phoebe Sauce de Pommes
Enez EarlyEnsemble
Paul EvertonArthur Pendragos
King Arthur of Britain
in the play
Ednor FullingEnsemble
William GaxtonMartin
The Yankee
in the play
Harriet HammillEnsemble
Jane HurdEnsemble
Fred JordanEnsemble
Leoda KnappEnsemble
Katharine KohlerQueen Guinevere
in the play
Helen MannEnsemble
Dan McGovernEnsemble
Margaret MillerEnsemble
Jack MortonEnsemble
John MortonSir Sagramor
in the play
Marion NevinsEnsemble
William NorrisMerlin
Merlin (in the play)
a mighty magician
Frank NortonEnsemble
William RosellLawrence Lake
Sir Launcelot of the Lake
in the play
Dorothy RubinoEnsemble
Evelyn RuhMaid Angela
lady-in-waiting to Morgan le Fay, in the play
Jack ThompsonGerald Lake
Sir Galahad
Launcelot's son, in the play
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1 Sung By
Ladies' Home CompanionQueen Morgan Le Fay (in the play), Principals and Ensemble
My Heart Stood StillMartin, Alice Carter and Ensemble
Thou SwellMartin and The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise (in the play)
At the Round TableKing Arthur of Britain (in the play), Merlin, Sir Launcelot of the Lake (in the play), Sir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play), Knights and Ladies
On a Desert Island with TheeMistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans (in the play), Sir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play), Knights and Ladies
My Heart Stood Still (Reprise) Martin and The Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise (in the play)
ACT 2 Sung By
Nothing's WrongThe Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise (in the play)
I Feel At Home With YouSir Galahad (Launcelot's son, in the play), Mistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans (in the play) and Ensemble
The Sandwich MenKnights
Evelyn, What Do You Say?Mistress Evelyn Al Belle-Ans (in the play) and Knights