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New Amsterdam Theatre , (2/11/1930 - 3/29/1930)
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Opening Date:Feb 11, 1930   
Closing Date:Mar 29, 1930 Total Performances:55

Category: Musical, Comedy, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Catskills

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Oscar Levant and Albert Sirmay; Book by William Anthony McGuire; Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Graham John; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Choreographed by William Holbrook and Mary Read; Staged by William Anthony McGuire
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire and James Reynolds
Edward Allen Malcolm Fairman
Sally Anderson Ensemble
Myrtle Arnette Ensemble
Peggy Bancroft Millicent
Dorothy Bond Ensemble
Helen Cant Ensemble
Joe Carroll Ensemble
Colonel Casper Lollipop
Mildred Clark Ensemble
Charles Collins Richard Willoughby
May Cornes Ensemble
Arthur Cunningham Herman Dutcher
Anna May Dennehy Ensemble
Major Doyle Ensemble
Carl Duart Ensemble
Ann East Ensemble
Floyd English Ensemble
Ruth Farrar Ensemble
Eddie Foy, Jr. Corporal Jack Sterling
Gaby France Ensemble
Collette Frances Ensemble
Helene Franz Ensemble
Evelyn Greer Ensemble
Kathleen Gue Ensemble
Helene Haskin Ensemble
Althea Heinly Mrs. John Pillsbury
Kathryn Hereford Jane Martin
Pearl Hight Mrs. Sterling
Winnie Hollingshead Ensemble
Elsie Holt Ensemble
Gladys Holt Ensemble
Grace Holt Ensemble
Ann Horace Ensemble
Charles Hoy Ensemble
Elizabeth Hoy Ensemble
Helen Hoy Ensemble
Marguerite Hoy Ensemble
Raymond Hunt Ensemble
Ray Johnson State Trooper
William Kerschell Honus
Lillian Lorray Ensemble
Prince Ludwig Ensemble
Ned Lynn Ensemble
Charles Mast Sergeant Banner
Beth Milton Ensemble
Robert Milton Ensemble
Frank Packerd Ensemble
Paul Paulus Little Billie Sheer
Adolph Piccolo Ensemble
Nickie Pittell Ensemble
Del Porter State Trooper
Margaret Porter Ensemble
Margaret Purple Ensemble
Marjorie Purple Ensemble
Ethel Raye Ensemble
Richard Renaud Ensemble
Florence Rice Ensemble
Herbert Rice Ensemble
Dimples Riede Ensemble
Lily Riley Ensemble
Wilma Roeloff Ensemble
Iris Smith Ensemble
J. Marshall Smith State Trooper
Roslyn Smith Ensemble
Dwight Snyder State Trooper
Peggy Sowden Ensemble
Dorothy Stone Ripples
Fred Stone Rip
Mrs. Fred Stone Mrs. Willoughby
Paula Stone Mary Willoughby
Andrew Tombes John Pillsbury
Rosalie Trego Ensemble
Nina Valero Ensemble
Kathleen VanNoy Ensemble
Mary Grace Van Noy Ensemble
Robert Vreeland Ensemble
Alma Walker Ensemble
Doris Waterworth Ensemble
Claire Wayne Ensemble
Jean Wayne Ensemble
Hilda Winstanley Ensemble
music by Oscar Levant and Albert Sirmay; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Graham John
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Gentlemen of the Press Malcolm Fairman, Show Girls, Boys and The Foursome
Barefoot Girl Ripples and Mary Read Tiller Girls
Is It Love Richard Willoughby and Ripples
We Never Sleep John Pillsbury, The Foursome and State Troopers
I Take After Rip Rip, Ripples and Mary Willoughby
Gentlemen of the Press (Reprise)Malcolm Fairman, Mrs. John Pillsbury and Millicent
Babykins Ripples and John Pillsbury
I'm Afraid Rip
We Never Sleep John Pillsbury and State Troopers
There's Nothing Wrong in a Kiss John Pillsbury and Mary Willoughby
Girls of Long Ago Ensemble
Is It Love (Reprise)Ripples, Richard Willoughby, The Foursome and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Hunting Days Ensemble
Babykins (Reprise)Ripples and John Pillsbury
Talk With My Heel and Toe Ripples, Mary Willoughby, John Pillsbury, Richard Willoughby and Ensemble
I'm a Little Bit Fonder of You (from MERCENARY MARY)
(music by Irving Caesar)
Mrs. John Pillsbury and Jane Martin