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Mr. Strauss Goes to Boston   

New Century Theatre, (9/06/1945 - 9/15/1945)
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Opening Date: Sep 06, 1945    
Closing Date: Sep 15, 1945 Total Performances: 12

Category: Musical, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City and Boston from June 16 to July 4, 1872

Production Staff
Produced by Felix Brentano
Music by Robert Stolz; Book by Leonard Louis Levinson; Lyrics by Robert Sour; from a story by Geza Herczeg and Alfred Gruemwald; Music orchestrated by George Lessner
Choreographed by George Balanchine; Staged by Felix Brentano
Scenic Design by Stewart Chaney; Costume Design by Walter Florell
Conducted by Robert Stolz
Marie BarovaMrs. Iverson
Nancy BaskervilleEnsemble
Jeanne BeauvaisEnsemble
Stephen BillingsCorps de Ballet
Mary BurrCorps de Ballet
Arlene CarmenEnsemble
Jacqueline CezanneCorps de Ballet
Arlene DahlMrs. Taylor
Margit DeKovaSolo Dancer
Dennis DengateFirst Reporter
Sylvia de PensoCorps de Ballet
Andrea DowningCorps de Ballet
Ralph DumkeDapper Dan Pepper
Lee EdwardsHotel Manager
Aide to President
Doris ElliotEnsemble
Selma FeltonMrs. Hastings
Alma FernandezEnsemble
Frank FinnEnsemble
Don FiserEnsemble
Inspector Gogarty
Mr. Pottinger
Helen GallagherCorps de Ballet
Arlene GarverCorps de Ballet
Larry GilbertEnsemble
Second Reporter
Sydney GrantMr. Whitney
Mary GreyCorps de Ballet
Philip HarrisonEnsemble
John HarroldA Photographer
Babs HeathSolo Dancer
Lucy HillaryEnsemble
Edward J. LambertElmo Tilt
Harold LangSolo Dancer
Virginia MacWattersBrook Whitney
Paul MarioEnsemble
A Waiter
Man in Overalls
Jay MartinTom Avery
Ruth MattesonHetty Stauss
Joseph MonteThird Reporter
Fiala MrazCorps de Ballet
John OliverButler
Paul OlsonCorps de Ballet
Brian O'MaraEnsemble
Policeman McGillicuddy
Olga PavlovaEnsemble
Rose PerfectMrs. Blakely
Virginia PoeCorps de Ballet
George RigaudJohann Strauss
Norman RolandPresident Grant
William SarazenCorps de Ballet
Tilden ShanksCorps de Ballet
Cecile ShermanMrs. Byrd
Mia StennEnsemble
Florence SundstromPepi
Lailye TenenMrs. Dexter
Terry TowneCorps de Ballet
Mary Lou WallaceEnsemble
music by Robert Stolz; lyrics by Robert Sour
ACT 1 Sung By
Can Anyone SeeEnsemble
For the Sake of ArtDapper Dan Pepper, Reporters and Girls
Mr. Strauss Goes to BostonDapper Dan Pepper, Pepi and Elmo Tilt
Down With SinDapper Dan Pepper, Elmo Tilt and Boston Ladies
Who Knows?Brook Whitney
Midnight WaltzCorps de Ballet
Into the NightTom Avery
The Gossip PolkaEnsemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Going Back HomeHetty Stauss
You Never Know What Comes NextPepi
Mr. Strauss Goes to Boston (Reprise) Johann Strauss, Hetty Stauss and Dapper Dan Pepper
You Never Know What Comes Next (Reprise)
Into the Night (Reprise) Tom Avery and Ensemble
What's a Girl Supposed to DoBrook Whitney and Tom Avery
The Grand and Glorious FourthEnsemble
Who Knows? (Reprise) Brook Whitney