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She's My Baby   

Globe Theatre , (1/03/1928 - 3/03/1928)
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Opening Date:Jan 03, 1928   
Closing Date:Mar 03, 1928 Total Performances:71

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Stage; Mr. Martin's House, Greenwich; Sutton Place.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Charles Dillingham; Theatre Leased by Charles Dillingham
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Special Augmented Orchestra under the direction of: Gene Salzer
Entire Production Staged by Edward Royce; Choreographed by Mary Read
Scenery Built by T. B. MacDonald Construction Co.; Scenery Painted by R. W. Bergman Studios; Costume Design by Francillon, Inc. and Raymond Sovey; Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey
Company Manager: John H. Potter
Stage Manager: Dan O'Neil; Assistant Stage Mgr: Robert Spencer
Press Representative: Marc Lachmann
Beatrice Lillie Tilly
Paul Banker Ensemble
James H. Beattie Ensemble
Joan Clement Joan
May Cornes Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Cleo Cullen Ensemble
Peggy Cunningham Ensemble
Evelyn Dehkes Ensemble
Teddy Denton Ensemble
Bernie Dirkes Ensemble
Frank Doane Mr. Hemingway
Martin's trustee
Malcolm Duffield Ensemble
Irene Dunne Polly
Pearl Eaton Pearl
Evelyn Ellsmore Ensemble
Geraldine Fitzgerald Ensemble
William Frawley Meadows
Doreen Glover Member of "The Nightingale Quartet"
Alfred Hale Ensemble
Violet Hanbury Ensemble
Muriel Hayman Ensemble
Elsie Holt Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Grace Holt Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Topsy Humphries Ensemble
Nick Long, Jr. The Dance Director
Mary Louise Ensemble
William McCarthy The Stage Manager
Glenn McComas Ensemble
Alfred Milano Ensemble
Catherine Na Varro Ensemble
Blanche O'Donohoe Ensemble
Charlotte Otis Ensemble
Jessie Payne Member of "The Nightingale Quartet"
Phyllis Rae Phyllis
Peti Reed Ensemble
Lily Reilly Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Anna Riley Ensemble
Evelyn Sayers Member of "The Nightingale Quartet"
Loretta Sayers Member of "The Nightingale Quartet"
Georgie Sewell Ensemble
Ula Sharon Josie
William Sholar, Jr. Ensemble
Iris Smith Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Pearl Sodders Ensemble
Peggy Sowden Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Robert Spencer Ensemble
Jack Stevens Ensemble
Ward Tallman Ensemble
Norma Taylor Ensemble
George Vigouroux Ensemble
Robert Vreeland Ensemble
Florence Ware Ensemble
Doris Waterworth Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Clifton Webb Clyde Parker
the author
Hazel Webb Ensemble
Jack Whiting Bob Martin
Jill Williams Ensemble
Vivian Wilson Ensemble
Hilda Winstanley Member of "John Tiller's Lillie Cocktails"
Dorothy Wyatt Ensemble
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1Sung By
This Goes Up The Dance Director, Pearl, Phyllis and Ensemble
My Lucky Star (from ONE DAM THING AFTER ANOTHER, London) Member of "The Nightingale Quartet" and Ensemble
Solo Dance (no music listed) (Reprise)Josie
You're What I Need Polly, Bob Martin, Nightingale Quartette and Ensemble
Try Again Tomorrow Clyde Parker (the author) and Josie
Here She Comes Ensemble
The Swallows Tilly
When I Go on the Stage Tilly and Ensemble
You're What I Need (Reprise)Polly and Bob Martin
You're What I Need (Reprise)Polly and Bob Martin
Smart People Ensemble
Camera Shoot Tilly, Bob Martin and Clyde Parker (the author)
ACT 2Sung By
Where Can the Baby Be? Mr. Hemingway (Martin's trustee), Pearl, Joan, Phyllis and Ensemble
A Little House in Soho Clyde Parker (the author), Josie and Ensemble
A Baby's Best Friend Tilly
If I Were You Polly and Bob Martin
I Need Some Cooling Off (from ONE DAM THING AFTER ANOTHER, London) The Dance Director, Phyllis and Ensemble
Trio Clyde Parker (the author) and Bob Martin
Finale Tilly, Clyde Parker (the author) and Bob Martin