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Meet My Sister   

Shubert Theatre , (12/30/1930 - circa. 4/1931)
Imperial Theatre , (4/06/1931 - 5/21/1931)
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Opening Date:Dec 30, 1930   
Closing Date:May 21, 1931 Total Performances:167

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue, two acts, and an epilogue
Setting: Paris

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Ralph Benatsky; Book by Harry Wagstaff Gribble; Lyrics by Ralph Benatsky and Irving Schloss; Based on the French of Georges Berr, Louis Verneuil and Robert Blum
Choreographed by John Pierce; Staged by William Mollison
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Donald Campbell President of the Divorce Court
Julius Campo A Waiter
Boyd Davis Dolly's Butler
George Grossmith, Jr. Marquis De Chatelard
Bettina Hall Dolly Molinar
Kay McKay Dolly's Maid
Olive Olsen Irma
Walter Slezak Eric Molinar
George Spelvin Dolly's Footman
Niska Stefanini Assessor to the Court
Graham Velsey Clerk of the Court
Harry Welsh Otto H. Finkel
music by Ralph Benatsky; lyrics by Ralph Benatsky
Love Has Faded Away Dolly Molinar and Eric Molinar
ACT 1Sung By
Five Thousand Francs Eric Molinar and Dolly's Maid
Tell Me, What This Can Be Dolly Molinar and Eric Molinar
Always in My Heart Dolly Molinar
Always in My Heart (Reprise)Dolly Molinar
Radziwill Dolly Molinar and Eric Molinar
Look and Love Is Here Dolly Molinar and Eric Molinar
The Devil May Care Eric Molinar
The Devil May Care (Reprise)Eric Molinar
ACT 2Sung By
I Gotta Have My Moments Irma
It's Money - It's Fame - It's Love Irma, Otto H. Finkel and Dolly Molinar
I Like You Irma and Marquis De Chatelard
Friendship Dolly Molinar
My Ideal Eric Molinar
Birds in the Spring Dolly Molinar, Otto H. Finkel and Irma
My Ideal (Reprise)Dolly Molinar and Eric Molinar