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Frank Fay's Fables   

Park Theatre , (2/06/1922 - 3/04/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Feb 06, 1922   
Closing Date:Mar 04, 1922 Total Performances:32

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

Production Staff
Produced by Harry L. Cort
Book by Frank Fay; Lyrics by Frank Fay and Clarence Gaskill; Music by Clarence Gaskill; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Conceived by Frank Fay; Staged by Frank Fay; Choreographed by Kuy Kendall
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by William H. Matthews, Helen A. Haas and Ann Burrows
Cecil Boylan Ensemble
Arthur C. Budd Ensemble
Eddie Carr Performer
Louis Cassavant Performer
Marie Cattell Ensemble
Herbert Corthell Performer
Celene Craven Ensemble
Robert Cummings Performer
Nellie Daly Ensemble
Norman Earle Ensemble
Frank Fay Performer
The Fifer Trio Performer
Clarence Gaskill Performer
Alice Gordon Ensemble
Freckles Gordon Ensemble
Bernard Granville Performer
Helen Groody Performer
Georgiana Hewitt Performer
Gertrude Lane Ensemble
Kitty Leckie Ensemble
Dorothy Lynch Ensemble
Laura Lee MacLean Ensemble
Fania Marinoff Performer
June Martin Ensemble
Niobe Marwick Ensemble
Elinor Matherson Ensemble
William McGuire Ensemble
Helen Montague Ensemble
Leonard Moody Ensemble
"Olivette" Performer
Venie Quincy Ensemble
Walter Radtke Ensemble
Donald Lee Roberts Performer
Emily Russ Ensemble
Billie Shilling Ensemble
Elita Sinclair Ensemble
Olga Steck Performer
Jack Swayne Ensemble
Thea Thompson Ensemble
Florence Tilton Ensemble
Marie Walsh Ensemble
Greta Warburg Ensemble
Alfred Watson Ensemble
Walter Westley Ensemble
Ingrid Zanders Ensemble
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Columbus Wouldn't Know Columbus Circle as It Is To-day
The Merry Little Widows
Baby Moon
Arms of the China Wall
My Land
Two Are One
Oh, What a Happy Day
A Popular Song