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Star and Garter   

 
Music Box Theatre , (6/24/1942 - 12/04/1943)
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Opening Date:Jun 24, 1942   
Closing Date:Dec 04, 1943 Total Performances:609

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A burlesque revue


Production Staff
Produced by Michael Todd
"Star and Garter Girls," "For A Quarter" and "Turkish Oomph" music by Lester Lee; "Star and Garter Girls," "For A Quarter" and "Turkish Oomph" lyrics by Jerry Seelen; "The Bunny" music by Harold J. Rome; "The Bunny" lyrics by Harold J. Rome; "The Girl on the Police Gazette" and "Blues in the Night" music by Harold Arlen; "The Girl on the Police Gazette" lyrics by Harold Arlen; "Robert the Roue" music by Frank McCue; "Robert the Roue" lyrics by Al Dubin; "I Don't Get It" music by Doris Tauber; "I Don't Get It" lyrics by Sis Willner; "Brazilian Nuts" lyrics by Albert Stillman; "Brazilian Nuts" music by Dorival Caymmi; Music orchestrated by Ray Sinatra and Lionel Rand; Vocal arrangements by Ray Sinatra
Staged by Hassard Short; Choreographed by Al White, Jr.
Scenic Design by Harry Horner; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff; Lighting Design by Hassard Short; Assistant to Miss Sharaff: Brion Gysin; Assistant to Mr. Horner: Karl Kent
General Manager: Joseph B. Glick
General Stage Manager: Frank Hall; Assistant Stage Mgr: David Jones
Assistant to Mr. Todd: Sammy Lambert; General Press Representative: Bill Doll; Company Press Representative: Samuel J. Friedman
Cast
Gloria Anderson Dancing Girl
Mimi Berry Dancing Girl
Dorothy Bigby
Cynthia Cavanaugh Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Bobby Clark Andrew
"That Merry Wife of Windsor"
A Miner
"In The Malamute Saloon"
The Candy Butcher
"For A Quarter"
"Robert the Roue" Singer
Judge Gabby
"Aired in Court"
Patient
"Crazy House"
Arty Conroy A Barber
"Crazy House"
Nina Dean Singer
Carol Deis Singer
Lipman Dukat Singer
Carrie Finnell The Favorite Wife
"The Harem"
"Turkish Oomph" Singer
Richard Finney Singer
Jo Ann Flanagan Dancing Girl
Kate Frederick
Kate Friedlich Premiere Danseuse
"Les Sylphides Avec La Bumpe"
Frances Hammond Dancing Girl
Pat Harrington Boff
"The Sacred Gherkin"
The "Ragtime" Kid
"In The Malamute Saloon"
The Candy Butcher
"For A Quarter"
William Abernathy
"Aired in Court"
Another Patient
"Crazy House"
Elnora Hayes Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Virginia Howe Dancing Girl
Frank Hubert
Jean Hubert
Geraldine Hudson 2nd Girl
"The Sacred Gherkin"
Helene Hudson Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Ray Hudson
Adele Jergens Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Dave Jones Gangster
"Crazy House"
Ruth Josephs Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Adele Jurgens Show Girl
Margaret Kayes Dancing Girl
Marjorie Knapp "The Bunny" Singer
"I Don't Get It" Singer
Michael Lamberti
Terry Lasky Dancing Girl
Lorraine Latham Dancing Girl
Mary Lawrence Show Girl
Betty Lee Dancing Girl
Gypsy Rose Lee "Star and Garter Girls" Singer
Jennie Windsor
"That Merry Wife of Windsor"
The Lady that's known as "Lou"
"In The Malamute Saloon"
The Girl on the Police Gazette
"Crazy House"
"I Can't Strip to Brahms" Performer
Gloria Pinkee
"Aired in Court"
Nurse
"Crazy House"
Robert Lenn Singer
Leticia The Dancer
"The Harem"
The Evening Breeze
"Blues in the Night"
Charlotte Lorraine Dancing Girl
La Verne Lupton La Bumpe
"Les Sylphides Avec La Bumpe"
Lynn, Royce, and Vanya
Joe Lyons Mr. Wise
"The Sacred Gherkin"
Gus
"That Merry Wife of Windsor"
Dangerous Dan McGraw
"In The Malamute Saloon"
Court Clerk
"Aired in Court"
The Persian
"Crazy House"
June MacLaren Dancing Girl
Gil Maison Biff
"The Sacred Gherkin"
Court Recorder
"Aired in Court"
Gangster
"Crazy House"
Andrea Mann Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
William Marel Singer
Marlin Third Premier Dancer
"Les Sylphides Avec La Bumpe"
Glenn Marlin The Sultan
"The Harem"
Iris Marshall Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Helen McCartney Singer
Eppy Pearson Victor Windsor
"That Merry Wife of Windsor"
The Bartender
"In The Malamute Saloon"
The Candy Butcher
"For A Quarter"
Council for the Defense
"Aired in Court"
Card Player
"Crazy House"
June Powers Dancing Girl
Lynn Powers Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Frank Price "The Girl on the Police Gazette" Singer
Helen Price Singer
Ruthe Reid Dancing Girl
Ricky Riccardi Premier Dancer
"Les Sylphides Avec La Bumpe"
Norma Richter Dancing Girl
Juanita Rios 1st Girl
"The Sacred Gherkin"
"Brazilian Nuts" Performer
Richard Rober Narrator
"In The Malamute Saloon"
District Attorney
"Aired in Court"
Doctor
"Crazy House"
Victoria Schools
June Sitarr Lady of the Night
"Blues in the Night"
Show Girl
Billy Skipper, Jr.
Estelle Sloan "I Don't Get It" Dancer
Puddy Smith Dancing Girl
Georgia Sothern "Clap Your Hands" Singer
Woman Patient
"Crazy House"
Georgia Southern
Janice Wallace Dancing Girl
Wayne Second Premier Dancer
"Les Sylphides Avec La Bumpe"
Audrey Westphal Show Girl
Sunny Wright Dancing Girl

ACT 1
Star and Garter Girls
(music by Lester Lee; lyrics by Jerry Seelen)
Clap Your Hands
Les Sylphides Avec la Bumpe
(music by Jerome Brainin; lyrics by Jerome Brainin)
In the Malamute Salloon (as it might have been)
(music by Will Irwin)
The Bunny
(music by Harold Rome; lyrics by Harold Rome)
The Girl on the Police Gazette (from ON THE AVENUE, film)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
For a Quarter
(music by Lester Lee; lyrics by Jerry Seelen)
Don't Take on More Than You Can Do
(music by Jerome Brainin; lyrics by Jerome Brainin)
ACT 2
I Can't Strip to Brahms
(music by Gypsy Rose Lee; lyrics by Gypsy Rose Lee)
Blues in the Night
(music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
Robert the Roue (from STREETS OF PARIS)
(music by Jimmy McHugh; lyrics by Al Dubin)
I Don't Get It
(music by Doris Tauber; lyrics by Sis Wilner)
Brazilian Nuts
(music by Dorival Caymmi; lyrics by Al Stillman)