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Chanin's 46th Street Theatre , (11/17/1930 - circa. 4/1931)
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Opening Date:Nov 17, 1930   
Closing Date:Apr 1931 Total Performances:184

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts


Production Staff
Produced by Billy Rose
Sketches by: David Freedman; Musical Director: William Daly; Featuring songs by Harry Archer, Oscar Levant, Charlotte Kent, Harry Warren, Vivian Ellis, William C. K. Irwin, Louis Alter, George M. Cohan, Dana Suesse, Phil Charig and Joseph Meyer; Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward Eliscu, Ira Gershwin, Billy Rose, Malcolm McComb and Ballard McDonald
Choreographed by Danny Dare; Additional Dances by Busby Berkeley; Staged by Alexander Leftwich
Costume Design by James Reynolds; Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
General Manager: Al Spink, Jr.
Stage Manager: Edwin Saulpaugh; Assistant Stage Mgr: Charles Williams
Press Representative: John Harkins
Cast
James Barton
Fanny Brice
George Jessel
Borrah Minevitch
Peggy Andre Lady
Gladys Aster Lady
Kathleen Ayres Lady
Arline Baber Lady
Joe Barry Gentleman
Jack Bauer Gentleman
Marion Bonnell Lady
Kitty Brady Lady
Ethel Brice Lady
Emily Burton Lady
Betty Croke Lady
Ruth Dana Lady
Roger Davis
Nancy Dolan Lady
Harry Edwards Gentleman
Loretta Flushing Lady
Rita Jason Lady
Cy Landry
James Lee Gentleman
Muriel Markert Lady
Charles Millang Gentleman
Moss & Fontana
Edward Murray Lady
Edwin Murray Gentleman
Jerry Norris
Lucille Osborn Lady
Viola Paulson Lady
Jack Ray Gentleman
Shirley Richards
Polly Rose Lady
Ruth Sato Lady
Pauline Schaefer Lady
Charlotte Stoll Lady
Ray Stuart Lady
Baun Sturtz Lady
Arthur Treacher
Paula Trueman
Mildred Tully Lady
Dorothy Van Hess Lady
Emily Van Hoven Lady
Hannah Williams
Dan Wyler Gentleman

ACT 1
Overture
(music by Harry Archer and Oscar Levant; lyrics by Edward Eliscu)
Mr. Jessel
(music by Charlotte Kent; lyrics by Charlotte Kent)
Cheerful Little Earful
(music by Harry Warren; lyrics by Ira Gershwin and Billy Rose)
In a Venetian Box
(music by Vivian Ellis; lyrics by C. B. Cochran)
When a Pansy Was a Flower
(music by William C. K. Irwin; lyrics by Billy Rose and Malcolm McComb)
Revival Days
(music by William C. K. Irwin; lyrics by Malcolm McComb)
Overnight
(music by Louis Alter; lyrics by Billy Rose and Charlotte Kent)
Gimme Me Watch and Chain
(music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan)
ACT 2
I Knew Him Before He Was Spanish
(music by Dana Suesse; lyrics by Billy Rose and Ballard McDonald)
You Sweet So and So
(music by Phil Charig and Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Ira Gershwin)