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Coronet Theatre , (4/27/1950 - 11/04/1950)
Mark Hellinger Theatre , (11/06/1950 - 11/25/1950)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Apr 27, 1950   
Closing Date:Nov 25, 1950 Total Performances:245

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Anthony Brady Farrell
Produced by Arthur Klein
Sketches by Harry Herrmann, Edmund Rice, Jack Roche and Ted Luce; Lyrics by Lyn Duddy, Joan Edwards, Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen and Clay Warnick; Music by Lyn Duddy, Joan Edwards, Mel Tolkin, Lucille Kallen and Clay Warnick; Incidental music by Phil Ingalls and Hal Hastings; Music orchestrated by Ted Royal
Directed by Mervyn Nelson; Choreographed by Joan Mann
Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang; Costume Design by Peggy Morrison; Sound Design by Masque Sound Engineering Company
General Manager: Charles Harris
Stage Manager: Ted Luce; Assistant Stage Mgr: Harold Smith Prince
Conducted by Phil Ingalls; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Hal Hastings
General Press Representative: Karl Bernstein; Press Representative: Harvey B. Sabinson; Asst. to the Choreographer: Bob Scheerer
Cast
Grace Hartman "Prologue" Performer
"Roller Derby" Perfomer
"Les Ballets" Performer
"A Senate Investigation" Performer
"You Can't Take It With You" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Symbol of Fire" Dancer
"Mister Proggle" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Paul Hartman "Prologue" Performer
"Roller Derby" Perfomer
"Les Ballets" Performer
"A Senate Investigation" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Back at the Palace" Performer
"Symbol of Fire" Dancer
"Mister Proggle" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Jack Albertson "Roller Derby" Perfomer
Artist
"Washington Square"
"A Senate Investigation" Performer
"You Can't Take It With You" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Back at the Palace" Performer
"Spring Has Come" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Patricia Bright "The Ballet Isn't Ballet Any More" Performer
"A Senate Investigation" Performer
"You Can't Take It With You" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Tough On Love" Performer
"Spring Has Come" Performer
Dorothy Jarnac "Washington Square" Dancer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Spring Has Come" Performer
Bill Norvas "Tickets, Please!" Performer
"Darn It, Baby, That's Love" Performer
"Les Ballets" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Symbol of Fire" Dancer
"Spring Has Come" Performer
"Maha Roger" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Roger Price Performer
"Les Ballets" Performer
"A Senate Investigation" Performer
The Upstarts "Tickets, Please!" Performer
"Les Ballets" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Spring Has Come" Performer
"Maha Roger" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Tommy Wonder Good Humor Man
"Washington Square"
"Restless" Dancer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Symbol of Fire" Dancer
"Spring Has Come" Performer
Dee Arlen "Darn It, Baby, That's Love" Performer
Phyllis Cameron Performer
Ronnie Edwards "Symbol of Fire" Dancer
Mildred Hughes "Prologue" Performer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"The Moment I Looked Into Your Eyes" Performer
"Maha the Great" Performer
Larry Kert "Symbol of Fire" Dancer
Midge Parker "Restless" Singer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
Stuart Wade "Washington Square" Singer
"The Plot Is Always The Same" Thespian
"Symbol of Fire" Singer
"The Moment I Looked Into Your Eyes" Performer
Understudies: Perry Bruskin, J. Lloyd and Beverly Tassoni
Theatre World
nominee 1950 Award [recipient]
Roger Price