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Hold Your Horses   

 
Winter Garden Theatre , (9/25/1933 - 12/09/1933)
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Opening Date:Sep 25, 1933   
Closing Date:Dec 09, 1933 Total Performances:88

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City at the turn of the century.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by 1634-1649 Broadway Realty Co., Inc.
Produced by Producing Associates, Inc., Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and Joe Cook; Produced under the supervision of John Shubert
Music by Russell Bennett, Robert A. Simon, Louis Alter, Arthur Swanstrom, Ben Oakland and Owen Murphy; Book by Russel Crouse and Corey Ford; from a play by Charles Beahan, Russel Crouse and Corey Ford; With many nonsensical moments by Joe Cook; Lyrics by Russell Bennett, Robert A. Simon, Louis Alter, Arthur Swanstrom, Ben Oakland and Owen Murphy; Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett; Musical Director: Gene Salzer; Featuring songs by Margot Millham and Leslie Stuart; Featuring songs with lyrics by Margot Millham, Owen Hall and J.P. Murray
Book staged by R.H. Burnside; Directed by John Shubert; All dances, ensembles and principals' dances by Bob Alton; Ballets created and staged by Harriet Hoctor
Scenic Design by Russell Patterson; Costume Design by Russell Patterson
Stage Manager: Fred De Cordova; Assistant Stage Mgr: Sam Wiser
Conducted by Gene Salzer
Cast
Jack Anthony Luigi
Walter Armin Charles Rector
James Babbitt Boy
Julia Barker Showgirl
Alayne Blair Dancing Girl
W.K. Brady Spike Ahearn
Jack Burleigh Magnolia
Lehman Byck Irving
Jack Byrne First Croupier
Phyllis Carroll Showgirl
Lillian Russell
Emeeta Casanova Second Chorus Girl
Showgirl
Andre Charise Boy
Dave Chasen Frothington
Cecile Clancy Showgirl
Jay Conley Boy
Mary Connor Dancing Girl
Joe Cook Broadway Joe
Colleen Cooper Showgirl
Barbara Coswell Dancing Girl
Inez Courtney Gwen Fordyce
Carmen Cuyler Showgirl
Hene Damur Third Chorus Girl
Helen Day Dancing Girl
Dorothy Drum Fourth Chorus Girl
Helene Ecklund Dancing Girl
Marion Farrish Dancing Girl
Margie Finley First Chorus Girl
Stenographer
Helen Folsom Showgirl
Frances Ford Anna Held
Showgirl
Jimmie Fox Nervy Nat
Mr. Milquetoast
Peggy Gallimore Dancing Girl
Douglas Gilmore Flash Ricardo
John Glenn Boy
Ruth Gormley Dancing Girl
Edwin Guhl John L. Sullivan
Clarence Harvey Patron at Nigger Mike's
G.A.R. Veteran
Maurine Holmes Showgirl
Dowager
Jack Howard Diamond Jim Brady
Dick Canfield
Meredith Howard Showgirl
Virginia Howard Showgirl
Jeryl Joyce Dancing Girl
Adelaide Kaye Dancing Girl
Josephine Kaye Dancing Girl
Marguerite Kennedy Dancing Girl
Connie Madison Dancing Girl
Jane Manners Showgirl
Lila Manor Dancing Girl
Lola Manor Dancing Girl
Gene Martel Boy
Rosalie McCallion Dancing Girl
Joe McKeon Felix
Edward J. McNamara Boss Donovan
Tully Millet Boy
Jack Morrissey Dan Guiness
R. J. Mulligan Hold-Up Man
Ona Munson Marjory Ellis
Donnell O'Brian Committeeman
Emmett O'Brien Boy
Eileen O'Connor Dancing Girl
Ethel O'Dell Showgirl
Olaf Olsen Kid Hogan's Second
Evelyn Page Showgirl
Walter Palm Bartender at Nigger Mike's
Pat Palmer Dancing Girl
Tom Patricola Kid Hogan
Tesha Pierson Dancing Girl
Ernest Recco Magnolia
Harry Rogers Guiseppe
Polly Rose Dancing Girl
Jean Ryan Dancing Girl
Lovee Sabalis Showgirl
George Schiller Ambrose McGillicuddy
Myra Scott Dancing Girl
Charles Senna Peanut Vendor
C. Ellsworth Smith Big Bill Haenckle
Stanley Smith Alan Donovan
Edna Strong Dancing Girl
Frances Stutz Showgirl
Tanya Tschergi Dancing Girl
Frances Upton Dolly Montague
Dick Wallace Al Smith
Rex Weber Bill
Doorman at Rector's
Eugene Winchester Steve Brody
Three-Card Monte Man
Jack Wolf Boy
Sunny Wright Dancing Girl
Dan Wyler Boy
ACT 1Sung By
Good Evening, Mr. Man in the Moon Dolly Montague
Galloping Through the Park Cabbies
Hold Your Horses Broadway Joe and Marjory Ellis
Peanuts and Kisses Marjory Ellis and Big Bill Haenckle
High Shoes Gwen Fordyce and Kid Hogan
Singing to You
(music by Ben Oakland and Margot Millham; lyrics by Margot Millham and Robert A. Simon)
Marjory Ellis and Big Bill Haenckle
Tell Me, Pretty Maiden (from FLORODORA)
(music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Owen Hall)
Gwen Fordyce, Marjory Ellis, Dolly Montague, First Chorus Girl, Showgirl, Dancing Girl and Boys
If I Love Again
(lyrics by J.P. Murray)
Bill (Doorman at Rector's)
I Guess I Love You Gwen Fordyce and Kid Hogan
ACT 2Sung By
Happy Little Week-end Dolly Montague and Ensemble
Singing to You (Reprise)
(music by Ben Oakland and Margot Millham; lyrics by Margot Millham and Robert A. Simon)
Bill (Doorman at Rector's)
Singing to You (Reprise)
(music by Ben Oakland and Margot Millham; lyrics by Margot Millham and Robert A. Simon)
Dolly Montague and Big Bill Haenckle
Old Man Subway Dolly Montague and Ensemble