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Hello, Paris   

 
Shubert Theatre, (11/15/1930 - 12/13/1930)
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Opening Date: Nov 15, 1930    
Closing Date: Dec 13, 1930 Total Performances: 33

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Oklahoma, New York, and Paris



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Russell Tarbox and Maury Rubens; Book by Edgar Smith; from the novel by Homer Croy; Lyrics by Charles O. Locke and Frank Bannister; Musical Director: Tom Jones; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Dagand; Additional numbers by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern
Directed by Ben Holmes; Choreographed by Pal'mere Brandeaux
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Bonwit Teller & Co., Eaves Costume Company, Schneider & Blythe and Marguerite & Strauss
Cast
Mary AdamsGracie Jones
Mlle. AmeriqueThe Wife
Jimmy ArdellAnother Passenger
Ensemble
Elsie BarterEnsemble
S. E. BellEnsemble
Edie BlyEnsemble
Norine BogenEnsemble
Onyte BurkeEnsemble
Mary CaralonEnsemble
Cecilia CarlEnsemble
Charles ColumbusClark McGurley
Lois DeppeCaptain
Specialty
Charlotte FauveEnsemble
Charles GarlandClearwater Band Drummer
A Devoted Husband
The Chemist
Ensemble
Neville GoddardThe Lover
Jack GoodRoss Peters
Gladys GranzowEnsemble
Eddie HackettEnsemble
Nat C. HainesEd Eggars
Jester HairstonDeck Steward
Ensemble
Iris HaldMiss Clark
Ensemble
The Devoted Husband's Very Sick Wife
Clement HallEnsemble
Georgie HayesFleurie Capel
Agatha HoffEnsemble
Ray HonheimerMons. Ville
Claire HooperLady Wolvertress
Mildred HoseeEnsemble
Halle HowardEnsemble
Joe KayeEnsemble
Louis La GrannaTony
Lucille LaMarEnsemble
Maurice LapueMarquis De Coudray
Sharon LloydEnsemble
Frances LopezEnsemble
Larri LorearEnsemble
Vi MansfieldEnsemble
Olga MarkoffAnita
Snippy MasonEnsemble
Vivian MathisonEnsemble
Stella MayhewAunt Minnie
Jean McGeeEnsemble
George McLeanEnsemble
Hamilton McLeanEnsemble
Don MorrellNewsboy
David MortonEnsemble
Ralph NorthernEnsemble
George OliverEnsemble
Freddie PackardThe Bartender
Ensemble
Jackie PaigeEnsemble
Alicia ParnahayMiss Banker
Ensemble
Roy PeckWheel Wilson
Captain S.S. Ile de France
Major Domo
Riva ReyesLulu
J. Clifford RiceBill Jones
Ship's Officer
Antoine
A Tourist
The Husband
Charles "Chic" SaleLem Putt
Pike Peters
Dorothy SandeEnsemble
Harry SangerThe Trombonist
Ensemble
J. De Witt SpencerEnsemble
Marie StarnerThe Donation Collector
Carl TaylorEnsemble
Wynn TerryEnsemble
Harold ThompsonEnsemble
Helen ThompsonA Passenger
Ensemble
Ethel ThorsenEnsemble
Rosalie TregoEnsemble
F. Barclay TriggEnsemble
Polly WalkerOpal Peters
Ethel WilsonIde Peters
Teddy WoodEnsemble
music by Maury Rubens and Russell Tarbox; lyrics by Charles O. Locke and Frank Bannister
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Unaccustomed As I AmOpal Peters and Clark McGurley
Dance Your Troubles AwayGracie Jones and Ross Peters
I Stumbled Over You
(lyrics by Henry Dagand)
Opal Peters and Clark McGurley
Deep ParadiseCaptain and Jubilee Singers
You Made a Hit With MeGracie Jones, Ross Peters, Opal Peters and Clark McGurley
Pack Your Suitcase With LoveOpal Peters, Clark McGurley, Gracie Jones, Ross Peters, Boys and Dancers
Every Bit of You
(music by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern; lyrics by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern)
Clark McGurley and Opal Peters
Deep Sea RollOpal Peters, Boys and Dancers
On to ParisFleurie Capel, Opal Peters and Ross Peters
ACT 2 Sung By
Got to Have Hips NowAunt Minnie
Heavenly DaysRoss Peters and Ensemble
Rosie RoadCaptain and Jubilee Singers
Give ItGracie Jones, Boys and Dancers