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Three Wishes for Jamie   

Mark Hellinger Theatre, (3/21/1952 - 5/24/1952)
Plymouth Theatre, (5/27/1952 - 6/07/1952)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 21, 1952    
Closing Date: Jun 07, 1952 Total Performances: 92

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A cottage in Ireland and a horse traders' camp in the State of Georgia, 1896.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Anthony Brady Farrell
Produced by Albert Lewis and Arthur Lewis
Music by Ralph Blane; Lyrics by Ralph Blane; Book by Charles O'Neal and Abe Burrows; Based on the novel by Charles O'Neal; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett; Choral arrangements by William Ellfeldt
Staged by Abe Burrows; Choreographed by Ted Cappy, Herbert Ross and Eugene Loring
Scenic Design by George Jenkins; Costume Design by Miles White
Stage Manager: Phil Friedman
Conducted by Joseph Littau
Leigh AllenSinger
Doris AtkinsonDancer
Estelle AzaDancer
Marian BairdSinger
Robert BairdSinger
Buddy BryanDancer
Michele BurkeNora
Walter BurkePower O'Malley
James CappDancer
Jerry CardoniSinger
Alfred CatalChild
Billy ChapinKevin
Wilton ClaryMcCaffrey
Big Patrick
Peter ConlowDennis O'Ryan
Royal DanoJess Proddy
Ann DeasyDancer
Donn DriverDancer
Clifford FearlSinger
Pud FlanaganChild
Dick FooteSheriff Haines
George FosterDancer
Marie GibsonBridgie Quinn
Robert HallidayTim Shanahan
Mary HaywoodDancer
Anne JeffreysMaeve Harrigan
Malcolm KeenShiel Harrigan
Joan KibrigSinger
Robert LamontSinger
Elizabeth LogueDancer
Mildred Ann MauldinDancer
Ralph MorganFather Kerrigan
Jeff MorrowRandal Devlin
Jerry NewbyDancer
Greg O'BrienDancer
Grania O'MalleyAunt Bid
Nancy PriceSinger
Charlotte RaeTirsa Shanahan
John RaittJamie McRuin
June ReimerSinger
Ann RichardsSinger
Janet SayersDancer
Jackie ScholleChild
Richard ScottSinger
Robert St. ClairDancer
Joe StemberDancer
Donald ThrallSinger
Tafi TowersSinger
Richard VineSinger
Martin WalkerChild
Bert WheelerOwen Roe Tavish
Sandra ZellDancer
music by Ralph Blane; lyrics by Ralph Blane
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The WakeTim Shanahan, Tirsa Shanahan, Owen Roe Tavish and Mourners
The Girl That I Court in My MindJamie McRuin
My Home's a HighwayMaeve Harrigan and Horse Traders
We're for LoveOwen Roe Tavish, Horse Traders and Women of the Camp
My Heart's DarlinJamie McRuin
Goin' On a HayrideJamie McRuin, Maeve Harrigan, Boys and Girls
Love Has Nothing to Do With Looks
(lyrics by Charles Lederer)
Tirsa Shanahan, Tim Shanahan and Owen Roe Tavish
My Heart's Darlin (Reprise) Maeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
I'll Sing You a SongTirsa Shanahan, Tim Shanahan, Dennis O'Ryan, Owen Roe Tavish and Dennis' Brothers
It Must Be SpringMaeve Harrigan and Brides and Bridesmaids
Wedding March - FinaleEntire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Army Mule SongJamie McRuin and Men and Women of the Camp
What Do I Know?Maeve Harrigan
Expectant Father
(music by Lee Pockriss)
It's a Wishing WorldMaeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
Trottin' to the FairJamie McRuin, Tim Shanahan, Dennis O'Ryan and Men and Women of the Camp
Love Has Nothing to Do With Looks (Reprise)
(lyrics by Charles Lederer)
Tirsa Shanahan and Dennis O'Ryan
April FaceOwen Roe Tavish, Maeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
It's a Wishing World - FinaleEntire Company