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East Wind   

 
Manhattan Theatre, (10/27/1931 - 11/14/1931)
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Opening Date: Oct 27, 1931    
Closing Date: Nov 14, 1931 Total Performances: 23

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A Country Fair, near Marseilles; On Board Ship; Pierre Fortier's Casino, Saigon, Indo-China; Vic's Elephant Enclosure; Along the River Front, Saigon; Restaurant "Aux Belles Poules," Paris; Papa Gouli'



Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Frank Mandel; Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Oscar Bradley; Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek
Staged by Oscar Hammerstein II; Dances staged by Bobby Connolly
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Charles Le Maire
Pianist: Robert Emmett Dolan
Cast
AhiTsoi Tsing
Paul AinesMale Singer
I. AnchongTaxi Driver
Herman BelmonteMale Singer
Clara BlackathDancer
Raymond BramleyPapa Gouli
Nat BroffmanMale Singer
Katherine CameronDancer
Thomas ChadwickCaptain Dejan
Tom ChadwickMale Singer
George ChapellDr. Duval
Anna Mae ColburnFemale Singer
Marie DeJardinFemale Singer
Marjorie DilleA Maid
Frank DobertKing of Cambodia
Male Singer
J.C. DonsuHop Sing
Vance ElliottJacques
Male Singer
Jules EpaillyPierre Fortier
Greek EvansMonsieur Granier
John FredericksMale Singer
Mildred GethinsFemale Singer
Charles GlazerMale Singer
Ruth GordonDancer
Ruth GreenDancer
Helen HaynesFemale Singer
Gypsy HollisDancer
Gus HowardA Tourist
Y. Y. HsuKing of Luang-Prabang's Interpreter
Alfonso InglasiaMale Singer
Ivan IzmailovKing of Luang-Prabang
Male Singer
Betty JunodGabrielle
Dancer
Andrew KellerMale Singer
Eugene KingMale Singer
Evelyn KingViolinist
Bennie LadnerInternational Gypsy
Emile LadouxThe Compére
Adrienne LampelDancer
Charlotte LansingClaudette Fortier
Olga LeighFemale Singer
Bert LeRoyMale Singer
Walter LevenMale Singer
Jocelyn LyleDancer
Frances MarkeyDancer
Francis MarkeyJulie
Rita MarksDancer
Vera MarshMarie Martel
Edward MartinMale Singer
Dennie MooreLorraine Fortier
Rose MullenClaire
J. Harold MurrayCaptain Paul Beauvais
Norma NashFemale Singer
Sylvia NelsonFemale Singer
Fred OrbowskiInternational Gypsy
Anita PamDancer
Leatrice PearlThe McNulty Sisters
Lorraine PearlThe McNulty Sisters
Sherry PelhamMimi
Dancer
Joe PennerVictor Cliquot
Cornelius PichlerMale Singer
Harry PickeringMale Singer
Basil ProckMale Singer
James RenardMale Singer
Sylvie RobertsFemale Singer
Alfred RussMale Singer
Harry SacherInternational Gypsy
Bart ShillingMale Singer
Alada SioInternational Gypsy
Ivan SokoloffMale Singer
Milton SteckerInternational Gypsy
Blanche StepnerCellist
Kay StewartDancer
Peggy StricklandFemale Singer
Jackson StuartMale Singer
Aron TamaroffPrince in Ballet
Carola TaylorDancer
Rosalie TregoDancer
Dorothy Van HestDancer
O. J. VanasseThe Stage Manager
Frank VaughnMale Singer
Gladstone WaldripCaptain Gervais
Male Singer
William WarrenMale Singer
Amy WeberDancer
William WilliamsRénè Beauvais
S. WongKing of Cambodia's Interpreter
Alex YakovleffKing in Ballet
ACT 1 Sung By
It's a Wonderful WorldClaudette Fortier, Monsieur Granier and Ensemble
East WindCaptain Paul Beauvais and Ensemble
I Saw Your EyesClaudette Fortier, Captain Paul Beauvais, Rénè Beauvais and Officers
These TropicsMarie Martel, Victor Cliquot and Dancers
CongaiTsoi Tsing, Rénè Beauvais and Ensemble
Are You Love?Claudette Fortier, Rénè Beauvais and Captain Paul Beauvais
You Are My WomanCaptain Paul Beauvais
MinnieVictor Cliquot
Embrace MeRénè Beauvais and The McNulty Sisters
ACT 2 Sung By
The Americans Are ComingMarie Martel and Ensemble
I'd Be a FoolClaudette Fortier
Regardez-MoiThe McNulty Sisters
When You Are YoungCaptain Paul Beauvais and Monsieur Granier