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Adelphi Theatre, (5/31/1946 - 8/03/1946)
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Opening Date: May 31, 1946    
Closing Date: Aug 03, 1946 Total Performances: 75

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway



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Produced by Orson Welles
Originally produced by The Mercury Theatre
Music by Cole Porter; Lyrics by Cole Porter; Incidental score by Cole Porter; Book adapted by Orson Welles; Based on the novel by Jules Verne; Musical Director: Harry S. Levant; Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett and Ted Royal
Staged by Orson Welles; Choreographed by Nelson Barclift
Scenic Design by Robert Davison; Costume Design by Alvin Colt
General Manager: Hugo Schaaf
General Stage Manager: Henri Caubisens
Film Editor: Irving Lerner
Circus Arranged by Barbette; Press Representative: Frank Goodman; Vocal Coach: Lew Kesler; Advertising: Fred Golden
Cast
Victoria CordovaLola
the proprietress of a Cafe
Mary HealyMrs. Aouda
an Indian Princess
Arthur MargetsonMr. Phileas Fogg
Julie WarrenMolly Muggins
an Irish Nursemaid
Lucas AcoDancing Fella
Fakir
Sinister Chinese
Assistant
Circus Artist
Jim
a railroad conductor of the Central Pacific R.R.
Dancer
Nathan BakerLondon Bobbie
Sinister Chinese
Father
Clown
Dancer
Dorothy BirdMeerahlah
a dancer
Mexican Dancer
Kenneth BonjukianSinger
Mary BroussardAerialist
Circus Artist
Dancer
Bruce CartwrightServingman
Firemen
Clown
Mexican Dancer
Dancer
Jack CassidyPoliceman
Clown
Singer
Jackie CezanneLee Toy
Dancer
Cliff ChapmanBride
Clown
Arthur CohenHigh Priest
Minister
Clown
Singer
Adelaide CorsiRolling Globe Lady
Circus Artist
Daniel De PaoloDragon
Clown
Singer
Eddy Di GenovaSnake Charmer
Monkey Man
Clown
Bartender
Singer
Brainerd DuffieldBank Robber
Mr. Benajmin Cruett-Spew
Second Arab Spy
Mr. Oka Saka
Proprietor of the Oka Saka Circus
Sol
a station master in San Francisco
Florence GaultSinger
Ray GoodyThe Slide for Life
Circus Artist
Natalye GreeneSinger
Eleanore GregoryDancer
Arline HannaSinger
Billy HowellLord Upditch
Station Attendant
Sinister Chinese
Assistant
Circus Artist
Sam
a stagecoach driver
Other Medicine Man
Dancer
IshikawaHand Balancer
Circus Artist
Spencer JamesSikh
Jake
a railroad engineer
Philip KingSinister Chinese
Dancer
Marion KohlerSinger
Larry LaurencePassepartout
a Yankee manservant to Fogg
Groom
Clown
Patricia LeithAerialist
Circus Artist
Dancer
Allan LowellKimona Man
Clown
Jail Guard
Singer
Miss LuContortionist
Circus Artist
Gregory McDougallAnother Servingman
Assistant
Circus Artist
Dancer
Tony MontellRoustabout
Circus Artist
Singer
Virginia MorrisAerialist
Circus Artist
Dancer
Lee MorrisonDaughter of Joy
Dancer
Nancy NewtonDaughter of Joy
Dancer
Miriam PandorDancer
Rose Marie PataneSinger
Bernard PisarskiChild
Clown
Jack PitchonLondon Bobbie
Roustabout
Circus Artist
Singer
Virginia SandsDancer
Genevieve SaurisLady
Singer
Bernard SavageSir Charles Mandiboy
British Consul
in Suez
Victor SavidgeSnake Charmer
Singer
Stefan SchnabelAvery Jevity
the First Earl of Cravenaw
Arab Spy
Mother
Clown
Medicine Man
of the Ojibiway
Gina SienaSinger
Guy SpaullPolice Inspector
Mr. Ralph Runcible
Maurice Goodpile
Conductor on the Great Indian Peninsula R.R.
George SpelvinOther Medicine Man
Myron SpethLondon Bobbie
Dancing Fella
Assistant
Circus Artist
Dancer
Drucilla StrainSinger
The Three KanasawaFoot Jugglers
Circus Artist
Stanley TurnerSnake Charmer
Attendant
Clown
Singer
Lee VincentAerialist
Circus Artist
Dancer
Orson WellesDick Fix
a Copper's Knark
Gordon WestLondon Bobbie
Firemen
Clown
Dancer
music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter
ACT 1 Sung By
Look What I FoundMolly Muggins (an Irish Nursemaid) and Passepartout (a Yankee manservant to Fogg)
There He Goes, Mr. Phileas FoggMr. Phileas Fogg and Passepartout (a Yankee manservant to Fogg)
There He Goes, Mr. Phileas Fogg (Reprise) Mr. Phileas Fogg, Passepartout (a Yankee manservant to Fogg), Dancers and Singers
MeerahlahSinging Boys
Suttee ProcessionMrs. Aouda (an Indian Princess), Dancers and Singers
Sea ChanteySinging Boys
Should I Tell You I Love You?Mrs. Aouda (an Indian Princess)
Pipe DreamingPassepartout (a Yankee manservant to Fogg) and Singing Chorus
Oka Saka CircusCircus Performers
ACT 2 Sung By
If You Smile at MeLola (the proprietress of a Cafe)
Pipe Dreaming (Reprise) Passepartout (a Yankee manservant to Fogg)
If You Smile at Me (Reprise) Molly Muggins (an Irish Nursemaid)
Wherever They Fly the Flag of Old EnglandMr. Phileas Fogg and Singing Girls
The Marine's HymnMrs. Aouda (an Indian Princess) and Singing Boys
Should I Tell You I Love You? (Reprise) Mrs. Aouda (an Indian Princess)