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Paris   

 
Music Box Theatre, (10/08/1928 - 3/23/1929)
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Opening Date: Oct 08, 1928    
Closing Date: Mar 23, 1929 Total Performances: 195

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Vivienne Roland's Hotel in Paris



Production Staff
Produced by Gilbert Miller; Produced in association with E. Ray Goetz
Music by Cole Porter; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz and Cole Porter; Book by Martin Brown
Staged by W. H. Gilmore
Cast
Irene BordoniVivienne Rolland
Elizabeth ChesterBrenda Kaley
Louise Closser HaleCora Sabot
Florence EdneyHarriet
Reed HamiltonValet
Eric KalkhurstAndrew Sabot
Arthur MargetsonGuy Pennel
Theodore St. JohnMarcel Prince

ACT 1 Sung By
The Land of Going To Be
(music by Walter Kollo; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Vivienne Rolland and Guy Pennel
ACT 2 Sung By
Paris
(music by Louis Alter; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Vivienne Rolland
Babes in the Wood
(music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter)
Vivienne Rolland
Don't Look at Me That Way
(music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter)
Vivienne Rolland
(Let's Do It) Let's Fall in Love
(music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter)
Vivienne Rolland and Guy Pennel
The Land of Going To Be (Reprise)
(music by Walter Kollo; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Vivienne Rolland
An' Furthermore
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Bud Green)
The Commanders
(Oh You) Sweet Old Whatcha-May-Call-It
(music by Fred E. Ahlert; lyrics by Roy Turk)
The Commanders
ACT 3 Sung By
The Land of Going To Be (Reprise)
(music by Walter Kollo; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Vivienne Rolland