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Jolson's 59th Street Theatre , (4/15/1922 - 4/29/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Apr 15, 1922   
Closing Date:Apr 29, 1922 Total Performances:17

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

Production Staff
Produced by DeWolf Hopper
Music by Silvio Hein, Percy Wenrich, Gustav Kerker and Raymond Hubbell; Book by R.H. Burnside; Lyrics by R.H. Burnside; Musical Director: Anton Heindl; Featuring songs by Silvio Raymond, Mary Earl, Albert Solman and J. Turner Layton; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Creamer
Conceived by R.H. Burnside; Staged by R.H. Burnside; Musical Staging by Billy Grant
John Abbott Performer
Ruth Adair Performer
Sam Ash Performer
George Averill Performer
Bert Bowlen Performer
Harry C. Browne Performer
Dolly Byrne Performer
Claire Carroll Performer
Primrose Caryll Performer
Marie Cattell Performer
William Courtleigh Performer
Nellie Daly Performer
Jefferson De Angelis Performer
Lew Dockstader Performer
Murray Evans Performer
Nanette Flack Performer
Sylvia Ford Performer
Virginia Futrelle Performer
William Grant Performer
Dorothy Harrigan Performer
Percy Haswell Performer
John Hendricks Performer
John E. Henshaw Performer
DeWolf Hopper Performer
William B. Mack Performer
Alice MacKenzie Performer
Rena Manning Performer
Louise McIntosh Performer
Jed Prouty Performer
Joseph Riley Performer
Asta Valley Performer
Herbert Waterous Performer
Scott Welch Performer
Jimmie Williams Performer
Sid Williams Performer
Kathryn Yates Performer
music by Gustav Kerker, Percy Wenrich, Raymond Hubbell and Silvio Hein; lyrics by R.H. Burnside
(Unless otherwise noted)

Where Shall We Go Tonight?
Keep on Building Castles in the Air
Minstrel Days
Bells of the Sea
(music by Albert Solman)
In Yama Yama Land
(music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer)
In Rose Time
(music by Mary Earl)
Uncle Tom's Saloon
(music by Silvio Raymond)
Rustic Ann
Burning to Sing, or Singing to Burn