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Three Cheers   

Globe Theatre , (10/15/1928 - 4/13/1929)
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Opening Date:Oct 15, 1928   
Closing Date:Apr 13, 1929 Total Performances:210

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and around the Palace of Itza; In Hollywood

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Raymond Hubbell; Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside; Lyrics by Anne Caldwell; Additional lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy DeSylva; Additional music by Ray Henderson and Leslie Sarony; Musical Director: George Hirst
Choreographed by Dave Bennett and Mary Read; Staged by R.H. Burnside
Scenic Design by Sheldon K. Viele and Raymond Sovey; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Edward Allan Spike
Sally Anderson Ensemble
Bub Baldwin Ensemble
Regina Burke Ensemble
Noreen Callow Ensemble
Doris Carter Ensemble
Jean Castleton Ensemble
Charles Conkling Ensemble
Peggy Cunningham Ensemble
Anna May Dennehy Ensemble
Thea Dore Floria Farleigh
Tanya Dumova Ensemble
Maude Eburne Queen Ysobel
Alan Edwards Harry Vance
Jeanne Edwards Ensemble
Richard Ellis Ensemble
Floyd English Ensemble
Ruth Farrar Ensemble
Geraldine Fitzgerald Ensemble
Cynthia Foley Ermyntrude
Helene Franz Ensemble
Ottille George Ensemble
Clara Gillette Ensemble
Louise Gillette Ensemble
Evelyn Greer Ensemble
Marjory Griffiths Ensemble
Mabel Hall Ensemble
Kathryn Hereford Mike
Sadie Hudson Ensemble
Irving Jackson Ensemble
Queenie James Ensemble
Mimi Jordan Ensemble
Helen Kaiser Ensemble
Patsy Kelly Bobbie Bird
Dick Kennedy Ensemble
William Kerschell Inn Keeper
John Lambert Malotte
Maxine Lorenz Ensemble
Helen MacDonald Ensemble
Geraldine Markham Ensemble
Muriel Marlowe Ensemble
Emily Martin Ensemble
Tom McLaughlin Ensemble
Cora Meary Ensemble
Dolly Mosley Ensemble
James Murray Captain Meurice
Evelyn Nelson Ensemble
Vera O'Brien Ensemble
Blanche O'Donohue Ensemble
Gladys Pender Ensemble
Leonia Pennington Ensemble
Florine Phelps Letty
Irene Phelps Betty
Dorothy Phillips Ensemble
Bella Pilling Ensemble
Nickie Pitell Ensemble
Phyllis Rae Zazia
Oscar Ragland The Duke
Evangeline Raleigh Audrey Nugent
Mozelle Ransome Ensemble
Wilbur Reviere Ensemble
Phyllis Reynolds Ensemble
Florence Rice Ensemble
Anna Riley Ensemble
Will Rogers King Pompanola
Dorothy Sabin Ensemble
Joseph Shrode Cameraman
Florence Stack Ensemble
Jane Stafford Ensemble
Jet Stanley Ensemble
Dorothy Stone Princess Sylvia
Ralph Thomson Wellington Westland
Frances Thress Ensemble
Peggy Timmons Ensemble
Andrew Tombes George Mullins
William Torpey The Mayor
William Valentine Prince Josef
Janet Velie Daphne De Lorne
Winthrop Wayne Ensemble
Alice Wright Ensemble
Doris Yates Ensemble
music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
The Americans Are Here Daphne De Lorne, Bobbie Bird, Audrey Nugent, Floria Farleigh, George Mullins, Malotte, Wellington Westland and Ensemble
(My) Orange Blossom Home George Mullins, Letty and Betty
Lady Luck Princess Sylvia and Ensemble
Maybe This Is Love
(music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown)
Princess Sylvia and George Mullins
It's an Old Spanish Custom King Pompanola
(music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown)
Princess Sylvia, George Mullins, Letty, Betty, Zazia, Ermyntrude and Ensemble
Because You're Beautiful George Mullins, Bobbie Bird, Ermyntrude, Floria Farleigh, Mike and Ensemble
Bobby and Me Princess Sylvia and Tiller Sunshine Girls
ACT 2Sung By
The Silver Tree Daphne De Lorne, Audrey Nugent, Floria Farleigh, Zazia and Ensemble
Gee, But It's Great to Be Alive Princess Sylvia and Spike
Look Pleasant George Mullins, Bobbie Bird and Spike
Two Boys Princess Sylvia, Harry Vance and Prince Josef
Let's All Sing the Lard Song
(music by Leslie Sarony)
King Pompanola and George Mullins
Putting on the Ritz Princess Sylvia, Spike, Tiller Sunshine Girls and Ensemble
Happy Hoboes Princess Sylvia and King Pompanola
Bride Bells Daphne De Lorne, The Duke and Malotte