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Marching By   

 
Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, (3/03/1932 - 3/12/1932)
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Opening Date: Mar 03, 1932    
Closing Date: Mar 12, 1932 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and a prologue
Setting: Austria from 1914 to 1915



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Jean Gilbert; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Book by Harry B. Smith and Harry Clarke; Based on a German operetta by Ernst Neubach; Additional music by Harry Revel, Gus Edwards, Gus Arnheim, Neil Moret and Maurie Rubens; Additional lyrics by Mark Gordon, George Waggoner, Harry Clarke, Guy Robertson, Edward Eliscu and George Hirst; Based on the novel by Lajos Biro; Musical Director: George Hirst
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Cast
Sam BuninEnsemble
Donald BurrSacha Sachalow
Victor CasmoreAnton Androssy
Leonard CeeleyColonel Petroff
Cornelia ChasonElsa
Ensemble
Charles ChristieEnsemble
Captain Bauer
Joseph ConleyEnsemble
Marie CostelloEnsemble
Betty DairEnsemble
Eva
Second Girl
Betty DavisEdda Von Goetze
Ensemble
Sonia De CalvaEnsemble
Wilbur DemarestEnsemble
Joan DudleyFirst Girl
Ensemble
Kathleen EdwardesIlsa
Arthur GearyMajor Orloff
Claude GoehringEnsemble
Robert GrantEnsemble
Frederick GrieveEnsemble
William HubertEnsemble
Charles KingsleyEnsemble
Samuel KrevoffNicoli
Carol LaskiEnsemble
Larry LawrenceEnsemble
Jack LeeLieutenant Muller
Ensemble
Jack LeslieEnsemble
Hans Von Arnheim
Philip LordColonel Popen
Earl MarvinEnsemble
Earl MasonEnsemble
Mary McDonaldEnsemble
Giles McIntyreEnsemble
Walter MeekLieutenant Kaufman
Hugh MillerIvan Tarnoff
Margaret MillerEnsemble
Gerald MooreOrderly
Jerry MooreEnsemble
Evelyn MullerEnsemble
Walter NagleLieutenant Donnheim
Ensemble
Ethel NorrisIlma Sachalow
Kenneth PaigeSergeant
Ensemble
Walter PalmEnsemble
Captain Goerlich
Owen PaulineEnsemble
Guy RobertsonLieutenant Franz Almasy
Eva SawyerEnsemble
James SheriEnsemble
Arthur SingerEnsemble
Katherine SkidmoreMitzi
Ralph SlearLieutenant Hauser
Ensemble
Donald SmithEnsemble
Fred StammEnsemble
Eleanora StandishEnsemble
Desiree TaborCountess Anna Von Hatfield
Anna
Elizabeth TaylorEnsemble
Marie ValdayEnsemble
Third Girl
Roy VitalisLieutenant Dorch
Ensemble
John J. WalshCaptain Von Zedlitz
Sergeant Karloff
Solly WardElias Butterman
Herbert WeberButler
A Cossack
Ensemble
Victor YoungEnsemble
Lieutenant Schantz
music by Jean Gilbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
On Thru the Night
(music by Harry Revel; lyrics by Mack Gordon)
Officers and Ladies
Here We Are in LoveCountess Anna Von Hatfield and Lieutenant Franz Almasy
Marching By
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Harry Clarke and Guy Robertson)
Lieutenant Franz Almasy and Ensemble
Here We Are in Love (Reprise) Anna
It Must Have Been You
(music by Gus Arnheim and Neil Moret; lyrics by George Waggoner)
Ilma Sachalow and Sacha Sachalow
We're on Our Way to Hell
(music by Harry Revel; lyrics by Mack Gordon)
Officers and Soldiers
All's Fair in Love and WarColonel Petroff and Ensemble
Let Fate Decide
(music by Maurie Rubens)
Anna and Colonel Petroff
I Gotta Keep My Eye on You
(music by Harry Revel; lyrics by Mack Gordon)
Ilma Sachalow and Sacha Sachalow
FineryAnna and Colonel Petroff
ACT 2 Sung By
Light UpColonel Petroff and Officers
All's Fair in Love and War (Reprise) Colonel Petroff, Officers, Soldiers and Maids
ACT 3 Sung By
Forward March into My ArmsIlma Sachalow and Sacha Sachalow
I Love You (My Darling)
(lyrics by Edward Eliscu and George Hirst)
Anna and Lieutenant Franz Almasy