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Ziegfeld Theatre , (12/08/1949 - 9/15/1951)
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Opening Date:Dec 08, 1949   
Closing Date:Sep 15, 1951 Total Performances:740

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York, Ile de France, Paris, etc. in 1926.


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Theatre Owned / Operated by Billy Rose
Produced by Herman Levin and Oliver Smith
Book by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos; Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Leo Robin; Adapted from the novel by Anita Loos; Dance arrangements by Trude Rittman; Musical Director: Milton Rosenstock; Music arranged by Don Walker; Vocal direction and arrangements by: Hugh Martin
Staged by John C. Wilson; Choreographed by Agnes De Mille
Production Design by Oliver Smith; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Peggy Clark
General Manager: Philip Adler; Company Manager: Alex Cohen
General Stage Manager: Frank Coletti; Stage Manager: Samuel Liff
Music published by J. J. Robbins & Sons, Inc.; Orchestra Manager: Morris Stonzek
Vocal Direction by Hugh Martin; Press Representative: Richard Maney, Frank Goodman and Peggy Phillips
Cast
Yvonne Adair Dorothy Shaw
Anita Alvarez Gloria Stark
Suzanne Ames Dancer
Cholly Atkins Dance Team
Charles Basile Dancer
Florence Baum Dancer
Peter Birch Bill
a dancer
Bill Bradley Dancer
Eric Brotherson Henry Spofford
Bob Burkhardt Deck Steward
Singer
Angela Castle Singer
Carol Channing Lorelei Lee
Joan Coburn Singer
Charles "Honi" Coles Dance Team
Rex Cooper Dancer
Robert Cooper Frank
The Olympic Team
Dancer
Jerry Craig A Steward
Singer
Crandall Diehl Maitre d'Hotel
Dancer
William Diehl Policeman
Singer
Pat Donohue Sun Bather
Show Girl
Anna Rita Duffy Show Girl
Rex Evans Sir Francis Beekman
Nicole France A Flower Girl
Dancer
Aristide J. Ginoulias Dancer
Pauline Goddard Dancer
Peter Holmes Leon
a Valet
Dancer
George S. Irving Josephus Gage
Patty Ann Jackson Dancer
Fran Keegan Deck Walker
Show Girl
Annette Kohl Show Girl
Kazimir Kokic Taxi Driver
Headwaiter
William Krach The Tenor
Singer
Alicia Krug Dancer
John Laverty Dancer
Shelton Lewis Deck Steward
Singer
Mort Marshall Robert Lemanteur
Mary Martinet Dancer
Jack McCauley Gus Esmond
Ellen McCown Singer
Irving Mitchell Mr. Esmond, Sr.
Candy Montgomery Singer
Howard Morris Louis Lemanteur
Bob Neukum Pierre
a Steward
Singer
Alice Pearce Mrs. Ella Spofford
Caren Preiss Dancer
Reta Shaw Lady Phyllis Beekman
Judy Sinclair Zizi
Singer
Curt Stafford An Olympic
Singer
Junior Standish Deck Walker
Show Girl
Evelyn Taylor Dancer
Norma Thornton Dancer
Lucille Udovick Singer
David Vogel Singer
Polly Ward Dancer
Prue Ward Dancer
Beverly Jane Weston Singer
Eddie Weston George
The Olympic Team
Dancer
Marjorie Winters Sun Bather
Show Girl
Helen Wood Dancer
Hope Zee Fifi
Singer
Understudies: Bill Bradley (Taxi Driver), Joan Coburn (Dorothy Shaw), Crandall Diehl (Mr. Esmond, Sr.), William Diehl (Robert Lemanteur), George S. Irving (Henry Spofford), Alicia Krug (Mrs. Ella Spofford), Bibi Osterwald (Lorelei Lee), Curt Stafford (Josephus Gage), Evelyn Taylor (Gloria Stark), Lucille Udovick (Lady Phyllis Beekman) and Eddie Weston (Louis Lemanteur)
music by Jule Styne; lyrics by Leo Robin
ACT 1Sung By
It's High Time Dorothy Shaw and Ensemble
Bye, Bye Baby Gus Esmond and Lorelei Lee
Bye, Bye Baby (Reprise)Gus Esmond and Ensemble
A Little Girl From Little Rock Lorelei Lee
I Love What I'm Doing Dorothy Shaw
Just a Kiss Apart Henry Spofford
It's Delightful Down in Chile Sir Francis Beekman, Lorelei Lee, Show Girls and Male Ensemble
Sunshine Henry Spofford and Dorothy Shaw
In The Champ de Mars Ensemble
Sunshine (Reprise)Ensemble
I'm A'tingle, I'm A'glow Josephus Gage
House on Rittenhouse Square Dorothy Shaw
You Say You Care Henry Spofford
Finaletto Lorelei Lee and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Bye, Bye Baby (Reprise)Dancing Ensemble
Mamie is Mimi Gloria Stark, Coles and Atkins
Coquette The Tenor and Show Girls
Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend Lorelei Lee
You Say You Care (Reprise)Dorothy Shaw and Henry Spofford
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei Lee and Gus Esmond
Homesick Blues Lorelei Lee, Dorothy Shaw, Gus Esmond, Henry Spofford, Mrs. Ella Spofford and Josephus Gage
Keeping Cool with Coolidge Dorothy Shaw, Bill (a dancer) and Ensemble
Button Up With Esmond Lorelei Lee, Show Girls and Ensemble
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Reprise)Lorelei Lee, Gus Esmond and Ensemble
Bye, Bye Baby (Reprise)Entire Company