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A Noble Rogue   

Gansevoort Theatre , (8/19/1929 - 8/26/1929)
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Opening Date:Aug 19, 1929   
Closing Date:Aug 26, 1929 Total Performances:9

Category: Musical, Melodrama,Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: Patio of the Café Mespero, New Orleans and the Camp of Jean Lafitte and His Followers at the Island of Grand Terre, Louisiana.

Production Staff
Produced by Adrian S. Perrin
Book by Kenyon Scott; Music by Kenyon Scott; Lyrics by Kenyon Scott; Musical Director: Jack Press
Staged by Paul Gilmore; Musical Staging by J. R. O'Neil and Adrian S. Perrin; Production Supervised by Adrian S. Perrin
Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc
Jay Altman Ensemble
Carmelo Amora Ensemble
Emmett Anderson Ensemble
John Arcelo Ensemble
Fred Armerson Ensemble
William Balfour Captain Dominique You
Lucy Barbaro Ensemble
Andre Borice Francois
Cecil Carol Celeste Beauregard
Jimmie Carr Alphonse
Esteban Cerdan Grambo
Margaret Collins Ensemble
Barry Devine Senor Antonio
Florence Fields Ensemble
Nanette Flack Madame Le Blanc
Irma Friend Louise
Billy Gallagher Ensemble
Jack Greenburg Ensemble
Evelyn Hamilton Ensemble
Kay Harkins Ensemble
Alfred Heather Captain O'Shaughnessy
Hortense Hector Ensemble
Helen Heed Evalina
Robert Hobbs Major Villere
Betty Howson Ensemble
Frank Howson Colonel Mulford
Julie La Chane Ensemble
Marie La Verni Rina
Madeline Levey Ensemble
Melba Marcelle Senorita Velasquez
Elsie Melvin Ensemble
Billy Nation Ensemble
Viola Pye Ensemble
Robert Rhodes Jean Lafitte
Gordon Richards Captain Lockyer
R. A. Rose Jules Le Blanc
Lionel Sainer Rancher
Harry Shapiro Ensemble
Claudia Tyce Ensemble
Beulah Yorkin Ensemble
Marguerite Zender Virginia Mulford