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I Married an Angel   

Shubert Theatre , (5/11/1938 - 2/25/1939)
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Opening Date:May 11, 1938   
Closing Date:Feb 25, 1939 Total Performances:338

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Willy's Salon; Willy's Study; Suite in Paris Hotel; Palaffi Bros. Bank; Angel's Boudoir; Harry's Salon; Dream of Roxy's Music Hall; Harry's Study.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Central Theatres Leasing & Construction Company
Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman
Music by Richard Rodgers; Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek; Book by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart; from a Hungarian play by Johann Vaszary; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Musical Director: Gene Salzer
Choreographed by George Balanchine; Staged by Joshua Logan
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by John Hambleton; Technical Assistant to Jo Mielziner: Walter Jagemann; Bird, snow and Roxy Ballet costumes designed by Alice Halicka
General Manager: Forrest C. Haring; Business Manager: J.H. Del Bondio
Stage Manager: Edward Mendelsohn; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edward Brinkman and Elwell Cobb
Harp: Casper Reardon
Assistant to Dwight Deere Wiman: Lina Abarbanell; Assistant to Mr. Logan: Carmen Lewis; Press Representative: James Proctor; Assistant Press Representative: Howard Newman
Dennis King Count Willy Palarffi
Vivienne Segal Countess Peggy Palarffi
Walter Slezak Harry Mischka Szigetti
Vera Zorina Angel
Audrey Christie Anna Murphy
Charles Walters Peter Mueller
Milton Barnett Gentleman of the Ballet
May Block Lady of the Ballet
Edward Brinkmann Gentleman of the Ballet
Boris Butleroff Gentleman of the Ballet
Genevieve Cooke Lady of the Ballet
Ronnie Cunningham Lady of the Ballet
Hene Damur Olga Madayn
Marion Davison Lady of the Ballet
Janis Dremann 1st Venduse
The Dunham Brothers Two Guests
Althea Elder Florabella
Eleanor Fiata Lady of the Ballet
Diana Gaylen Arabella
Petra Gray Lady of the Ballet
Ruth Haidt Lady of the Ballet
Harold Haskin Gentleman of the Ballet
Marcella Howard Philomena
Bobby Howell Lady of the Ballet
David Jones Major Domo
Valet de Chambre
1st Clerk
Arthur Kent Guest
Justice of Peace
2nd Clerk
Isabelle Kimpal Lady of the Ballet
Nancy Knott Lady of the Ballet
Evelyn Lafferty Lady of the Ballet
Sonia Larina Lady of the Ballet
Charles Laskey Premier Danseur
Beatrice Lynn Lady of the Ballet
Michael Mann Gentleman of the Ballet
John Marshall Gentleman of the Ballet
Marie Monnig Lady of the Ballet
Gedda Petry Lady of the Ballet
Nicolai Popov Gentleman of the Ballet
Marie Louise Quevli Femme de Chambre
Jack Quinn Gentleman of the Ballet
Shirley F. Shaffer Lady of the Ballet
Betty Jane Smith Lady of the Ballet
Morton L. Stevens General Lucash
Katherine Stewart Duchess of Holstein-Kuhhoff
Sylvia Stone 2nd Stenographer
Harold Taub Gentleman of the Ballet
Barbara Towne 2nd Vendeuse
1st Stenographer
Ruth Urban Modiste
Nikolas Vasilieff Gentleman of the Ballet
Alma Wertley Lady of the Ballet
Virginia Williams Lady of the Ballet
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1Sung By
Did You Ever Get Stung? Count Willy Palarffi, Countess Peggy Palarffi and Peter Mueller
I Married an Angel Count Willy Palarffi
The Modiste Count Willy Palarffi, Angel, Modiste, 1st Venduse and 2nd Vendeuse
I'll Tell the Man in the Street Countess Peggy Palarffi and Harry Mischka Szigetti
How to Win Friends and Influence People Anna Murphy, Peter Mueller and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Spring Is Here Count Willy Palarffi and Countess Peggy Palarffi
Angel Without Wings Angel, Femme de Chambre, Clarinda, Philomena, Rosalina, Seronella, Arabella and Florabella
A Twinkle in Your Eye Countess Peggy Palarffi
I'll Tell the Man in the Street (Reprise)Harry Mischka Szigetti
At the Roxy Music Hall Anna Murphy