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Sweethearts   

 
Shubert Theatre , (1/21/1947 - 9/27/1947)
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Opening Date:Jan 21, 1947   
Closing Date:Sep 27, 1947 Total Performances:288

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Zilania.


Production Staff
Produced by Paula Stone and Michael Sloane; "Sweethearts" is presented by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc.
Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by Robert B. Smith; Original Book by Harry B. Smith and Fred De Gresac; Revised by John Cecil Holm; Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett; Musical Director: Edwin McArthur; Vocal Director: Pembroke Davenport
Staged by John Kennedy; Choreographed by Theodore Adolphus
Scenic Design by Peter Wolf; Costume Design by Michael Lucyk; Costumes by Veronica
General Manager: Ben F. Stein; Company Manager: James S. Miller
Production Stage Manager: Milton Stern; Stage Manager: Fred Hebert
Orchestra Personnel Manager: Sol Gusikoff; Ballet Music Compiled by Boris Kogan
Press Representative: Zac Freedman; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner; Assistant Vocal Coach: Miriam Brunner
Cast
Bobby Clark Mikel Mikeloviz
Marjorie Gateson Dame Lucy
John Anania Adolphus
Alice Arnold Singing Girl
Ken Arnold Hans
Virginia Barnes Dancing Grl
Richard Benson Peter
Singing Boy
Paul Best Baron Petrus Von Tromp
Bernice Brady Dancing Grl
Muriel Bruenig Hilda
Betty Ann Busch Pauline
Olivia Cardone Dancing Grl
Bruce Cartwright Dancing Boy
Janice Cioffi Prima Ballerina
Phil Crosbie Singing Boy
Mark Dawson Prince Franz
Louis De Mangus Ambassador
Singing Boy
Robert Feyti Ambassador
Singing Boy
Marie Louise Forsythe Dancing Grl
Nony Franklin Corinne
Florence Gault Singing Girl
Peggy Gavan Singing Girl
Jim Hawthorne Singing Boy
Gertrude Hild Singing Girl
Peter Holmes Dancing Boy
Raynor Howell Peasant
Singing Boy
Marcia James Doreen
Anthony Kemble Cooper Hon. Butterfield Slingsby
June Knight Liane
Jeanne Lewis Dancing Grl
Gloria Lind Nadine
Cornell MacNeil Homberg
Ella Mayer Singing Girl
Janet Medlin Eileen
Nora Neal Singing Girl
Tom Perkins Captain Laurent
Singing Boy
Robert Reeves Peasant
Singing Boy
Mary Roche Sylvia
James Russell Dancing Boy
Ingrid Secretan Dancing Grl
Robert Shackleton Lt. Karl
Lillian Shelley Singing Girl
Eva Soltesz Gretchen
Sally Sorvo Dancing Grl
Jeanette Tannan Dancing Grl
Aura Vainio Dancing Grl
John Ward Dancing Boy
Martha Emma Watson Kathleen
Connie Wege Dancing Grl
Dorothea Weidner Dancing Grl
Edward Cameron Wellman Singing Boy
Marjorie Wellock Singing Girl
Sgt. Frank Whitmore Singing Boy
Charles Wood Singing Boy
La Vernn Yotti Singing Girl
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
ACT 1Sung By
Iron, Iron, Iron The Daughters
On Parade Lt. Karl, Daughters and Singing Ensemble
Sweethearts (If You Ask Where Love Is Found) Sylvia, Daughters and Singing Ensemble
For Every Lover Must Meet His Fate Prince Franz, Daughters and Singing Ensemble
Game Of Love Lt. Karl, Daughters and Ballet Ensemble
The Angelus Sylvia and Singing Ensemble
Jeanette and Her Little Wooden Shoes (Sabot Dance) (Clip Clop Clop) Mikel Mikeloviz, Liane, Hon. Butterfield Slingsby, Baron Petrus Von Tromp and Ballet Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Pretty As a Picture Mikel Mikeloviz, Male Chorus and Ballet Ensemble
Land of My Own Romance Sylvia and Prince Franz
I Might Be Your Once-in-a-While Liane and Lt. Karl
Pilgrims of Love Mikel Mikeloviz, Lt. Karl, Baron Petrus Von Tromp, Hon. Butterfield Slingsby and Footmen