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Luckee Girl   

 
Casino Theatre , (9/15/1928 - circa. 10/1928)
Sam H. Harris Theatre , (10/29/1928 - 11/24/1928)
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Opening Date:Sep 15, 1928   
Closing Date:Nov 24, 1928 Total Performances:81

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and three acts
Setting: Rue Pigalle, Montmartre, outside Coco's, Paris; Private room at Coco's; Drawing room in Mme. Falloux's house in the Provinces; Garden outside Mme. Falloux's


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Maurice Yvain; Lyrics by Max Lief and Nathaniel Lief; Book adapted by Gertrude Purcell; Based on a French operette by Andre Barde; Musical Director: Earl Busby; Featuring songs by Werner Janssen; Featuring songs with lyrics by Mann Holiner
Directed by Lew Morton; Choreographed by Harry Puck and Marie Kelley
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Cast
Ayres Specialty
Charles A. Baker Ensemble
Dorothy Barber Celina
Julia Barker Ensemble
Dan Berrigan Ensemble
Malease Bisland Ensemble
Edward Brown Ensemble
Evelyn Carpenter Ensemble
Virginia Cartlich Ensemble
Ted Clarke Ensemble
Don Cortez Ensemble
Josephine Drake Mme. Falloux
Irene Dunne Arlette
Thelma Dye Ensemble
Jinny Evans Ensemble
Johnny Ferrara One of four Diplomats
Irving Fisher Lucien DeGravere
Helen Hackbarth Ensemble
Andy Hamilton One of four Diplomats
Billy House Hercules
Dorothy Kirtley Ensemble
Frank Lalor Pontaves
Lucille Leverich Ensemble
Neva Lynn Ensemble
Mildred Lyons Ensemble
Malinoff Specialty
Dorothy McGushion Lili
Gertrude McGushion Lulu
Elena Meade Ensemble
Betty Montgomery Ensemble
Carmen Morales Ensemble
Lenny Nelson One of four Diplomats
Georgia O'Brien Ensemble
Roberta Parnell Ensemble
Viola Paulson Ensemble
Flo Perry Colette
Harry Phelps Ensemble
Lou Powers Tampon
Harry Puck Paul Pechard
Miss Rasche Specialty
Albertina Rexroth Ensemble
Larry Rockwell Ensemble
Hal Saliers One of four Diplomats
Kay Simmons Ensemble
Billy Skinner Ensemble
Clifford Smith Man
Jean
Frances Stevens Ensemble
Doris Vinton Camille
Harold Vizard De Gravere
Lorraine Weimar Mme. Pontaves
Elizabeth Whitehead Ensemble
music by Maurice Yvain; lyrics by Max Lief and Nathaniel Lief
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

A Flat in Montmartre Arlette and Lucien DeGravere
ACT 1Sung By
If You'd Be Happy, Don't Fall in Love Tampon, Colette, Four Diplomats, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
When I'm in Paree Pontaves, Lili, Lulu, Four Diplomats, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
I Love You So Arlette and Lucien DeGravere
Hold Your Man Celina, Lili, Lulu, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
A Good Old Egg Hercules, Four Diplomats, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
A Flat in Montmartre (Reprise)Arlette and Lucien DeGravere
I Love You So (Reprise)Arlette
I'll Take You to the Country Hercules, Lili, Lulu, Colette, Tampon, Arlette, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
ACT 2Sung By
Facts of Life Camille, Kelley Dancers and Girls
Wild About Music Paul Pechard, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
Chiffon Arlette and Camille
I Hate You Arlette and Lucien DeGravere
Come on Let's Make Whoopee
(music by Werner Janssen; lyrics by Mann Holiner)
Hercules, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
Magic Melody Arlette, Paul Pechard, Four Diplomats, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
ACT 3Sung By
Friends and Lovers Paul Pechard, Arlette, Four Diplomats, Kelley Dancers, Boys and Girls
Bad Girl Camille
Come on Let's Make Whoopee (Reprise)
(music by Werner Janssen; lyrics by Mann Holiner)
Hercules