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Elsie Janis and Her Gang [1922]   

Gaiety Theatre , (1/16/1922 - 3/04/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Jan 16, 1922   
Closing Date:Mar 04, 1922 Total Performances:56

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts, 18 scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Elsie Janis
Book by Elsie Janis; Lyrics by Elsie Janis; Music by Elsie Janis; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh
Staged by Elsie Janis
Costume Design by Charles Le Maire and Will R. Barnes
Orchestra under the direction of John L. McManus
Scenery Painted by Mark Lawson
Inez Bauer Performer
Florence Courtney Performer
Claire Daniels Performer
Adelaide de St. Claire Performer
W. Dornfold Performer
Maude Drury Performer
Herbert Goff Performer
Chester Grady Performer
Bradley Knoche Performer
Eleanor Ladd Performer
Charlie Lawrence Performer
Elva Magnus Performer
Patricia Mayer Performer
Lane McLeod Performer
Buddy Merriam Performer
Frank Miller Performer
Elizabeth Morgan Performer
Red Murdock Performer
James F. Nash Performer
Duane Nelson Performer
Lewis Reid Performer
Gus Shy Performer
Margaret Sousa Performer
Jurien Thayer Performer
Asta Valley Performer
Dan Walker Performer
Monk Watson Performer
Paulette Winston Performer

(music by Herman Finck)
Goodbye Girls, I'm Through (from CHIN-CHIN)
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by John L. Golden)
Love In The Springtime Is Not What It Used To Be
(music by George Hirst)
I've Been Waiting (I've Waited All My Life)
Property Man
Will You Remember?
Mon Homme (Previously performed by Fanny Brice on Broadway in English as "My Man" in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES of 1921)
(music by Maurice Yvain; lyrics by Albert Willemetz)
Come The Night Descends
(The) Bonus Blues
(music by Arthur Swanstrom and Carey Morgan)
All The World Is Wonderful
Too Young to Love
Why All This Fuss About Spain
(music by Seymour Simons; lyrics by Seymour Simons)