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The New Moon   

Imperial Theatre , (9/19/1928 - 11/1929)
Casino Theatre , (11/18/1929 - 12/14/1929)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Sep 19, 1928   
Closing Date:Dec 14, 1929 Total Performances:509

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Grand Salon of Monsieur Beaunoir's Mansion near New Orleans; The Chez Creole; The deck of "The New Moon; an island

Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Music by Sigmund Romberg; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II, Frank Mandel and Laurence Schwab; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger and Alfred Goodman; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Musical numbers staged by Bobby Connolly
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Olga Albani Flower Girl
Lazlo Aliga Ensemble
Beulah Baker Ensemble
Daniel Barnes Proprietor of the Tavern
Herman Belmonte A Spaniard
Ida Berry Ensemble
Dulcie Bond Ensemble
Rosalie Brumm Ensemble
Kay Burnell Ensemble
Ned Byers Ensemble
Marie Callahan Julie
Vance Campbell Ensemble
John Cardini Ensemble
Helen Casey Ensemble
Cecilia Caskey Ensemble
Dorothy Christie Ensemble
Thomas Coppe Ensemble
Dorice Covert Ensemble
Thomas Dale Fouchette
Barbara Dare Ensemble
James Davis Ensemble
David DeGrave Ensemble
Frank Dobert Ensemble
Dody Donnelly Ensemble
Lester Dorr Captain Dejean
Frank Dowling Ensemble
Lyle Evans Besac
Max Figman Vicomte Ribaud
Marion Frances Ensemble
Novella Fromm Ensemble
R. E. Garcia Ensemble
Gloria Glennon Ensemble
Sigmund Glukoff Ensemble
Dorothy Grady Ensemble
Ruth Grady Ensemble
Olga Grannis Ensemble
Frank Grinnel Ensemble
John Gutcher Ensemble
Robert Halliday Robert
Patrick Henry Ensemble
Evelyn Herbert Marianne
Hernadez Brother Trio The Musicans
Dorothy Higgins Ensemble
Esther Howard Clotilde Lombaste
Ruth Jennings Ensemble
Tina Marie Jensen Ensemble
Leon Kairoff Ensemble
Andrew Keller Ensemble
T. W. Kendall Ensemble
Constance King Ensemble
George Kirk Ensemble
Sylvia LaMarde Ensemble
Elmira Lane Ensemble
Gloria Lee Ensemble
Sol Leimas Ensemble
Carl Linke Ensemble
Rita Marks Ensemble
Phyllis Marren Ensemble
Charles V. Maynard Ensemble
Ernest McChesney Ensemble
Wallace McLeod Ensemble
Frances Mildern Ensemble
Earle Mitchell Jacques
Al Monty Ensemble
Christine Morey Ensemble
Charles Muhs Ensemble
Jack Murray Ensemble
Edward Nell, Jr. Captain Paul Duval
William O'Neal Phillippe
Cornelius Pilcher Ensemble
Rae Powell Ensemble
William Prevost Ensemble
Basil Prock Ensemble
Ramon One of The Dancers
Sverre Rasmussen Ensemble
Pacie Ripple Monsieur Beaunoir
Sylvia Roberts Ensemble
Joe Rogers Ensemble
Rosita One of The Dancers
W. M. Rytter Ensemble
Leon Sabater Ensemble
Marnie Sawyer Ensemble
Howard Schreiber Ensemble
Edith Sheldon A Dancer
Bart Shilling Ensemble
Gus Shy Alexander
Edward Smythe Ensemble
Marjorie Sneller Ensemble
Carl Streib Ensemble
Carola Taylor Ensemble
Elizabeth Taylor Ensemble
Rosalie Trego Ensemble
Frank Vaughn Ensemble
Arthur Verbowvans Ensemble
Dorothy Verlaine Ensemble
Irving Weinstein Ensemble
Dean Wheeler Ensemble
ACT 1Sung By
Dainty Wisp of a Thistledown Ensemble
Marianne Robert
The Girl on the Prow Marianne and Ensemble
Gorgeous Alexander Julie, Alexander and Girls
An Interrupted Love Song Captain Paul Duval, Marianne and Robert
Tavern Song Flower Girl, A Dancer and Ensemble
Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise Phillippe and Ensemble
Stouthearted Men Robert, Phillippe and Men
Fair Rosita Girls and The Dancers
One Kiss Marianne and Ensemble
Ladies of the Jury Alexander, Julie, Clotilde Lombaste and Girls
Wanting You Marianne and Robert
ACT 2Sung By
A Chanty Besac and Men
Funny Little Sailor Man Clotilde Lombaste, Besac and Ensemble
Lover, Come Back to Me Marianne
Love Is Quite a Simple Thing Robert, Besac, Alexander and Julie
Try Her Out at Dancing Alexander, Julie and Girls
Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise Phillippe and Men
Never (for You) Marianne
Lover, Come Back to Me (Reprise)Robert and Men