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Broadway Theatre, (4/12/1936 - 4/24/1936)
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Opening Date: Apr 12, 1936    
Closing Date: Apr 24, 1936 Total Performances: 28

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by Gus Edwards
Sketches by Eugene Conrad; Lyrics by Eugene Conrad; Music by Gus Edwards; Additional lyrics by Ted Fetter and Howard Johnson; Additional music by Richard Lewine and Leo Edwards; Music orchestrated by Arthur Gutman
Staged by Gus Edwards; Choreographed by Bill Powers
Scenic Design by Clark Robinson; Costume Design by William Weaver
Joan AlexanderSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Billy Ambrose
Ruth Ambrose
Gail AndrewsSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Bill Bailey
Aileen BarrySixteen Sweet Sixteens
Lynne CarterSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Milton Charleston
Joe Cook Jr.
Barbara CoswellSixteen Sweet Sixteens
DeBold TwinsSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Joe Dorris
Danny Drayson
Bob Easton
Fabello's Orchestra
Hal Forde
Haline Frances
Jay Golden
Rosalind Golden
Constance Grandall
Bertrice GreySixteen Sweet Sixteens
Mary Louise Harper
Gretchen Kimmel
Myra Lott
Ed Lowry
Connie LusbySixteen Sweet Sixteens
Selma Marlowe
Evelyn MarshSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Ann Metzger
Jane MillerSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Ondee Odette
Gerald Phillips
Mark Plant
Janee RichSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Larry Rich, Jr.
Jean ScottSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Dorothy StoneSixteen Sweet Sixteens
The Three Robbins
Al Verdi
Marion VolkSixteen Sweet Sixteens
Bobette WalkerSixteen Sweet Sixteens
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