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Chauve-Souris [1922]   

 
49th Street Theatre, (2/04/1922 - circa. 6/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Feb 04, 1922    
Closing Date: Jun 1922 Total Performances: 153

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



Production Staff
Presented by F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest
Musical Director: Elie Zlatin; Featuring songs by Frank Waller, Leon Jessel and Alexei Archangelsky; Featuring songs with lyrics by Frank Waller, Ballard MacDonald, Alexei Archangelsky and Alexsandr Afanasovich
Conceived by Nikita Balieff; Directed by Nikita Balieff
Scenic Design by Nicholas Remisoff and Sergei Soudeikine; Costume Design by Nicholas Remisoff and Sergei Soudeikine
Artistic Advisor: A. Koiransky
Cast
Nikita BalieffPerformer
Mme. BirsePerformer
Mr. BirsePerformer
Emil BoreoPerformer
Mr. DalmatoffPerformer
Mr. DavidoffPerformer
Mme. DeykarhanovaPerformer
Mme. DianinaPerformer
Mme. ErshovaPerformer
Mme. FechnerPerformer
Mr. GorodetskyPerformer
Mme. KarabanovaPerformer
Mr. KochetovskyPerformer
Mr. MalakoffPerformer
Mr. MarievskyPerformer
Mr. PonsPerformer
Mr. SalamaPerformer
Mr. StoianovskyPerformer
Mr. WavitchPerformer
music by Alexei Archangelsky
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1
Porcelaine de Saxe (Music taken from "Sur le pont d'Avignon")
(music by Frank Waller; lyrics by Frank Waller)
The Parade of Wooden Soldiers
(music by Leon Jessel; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
Katinka
(lyrics by Alexei Archangelsky)
ACT 2
The Tartar Dance
(music by Alexsandr Afanasovich; lyrics by Alexei Archangelsky)
Chastoushki
The Chorus of Zaitzeff Brothers