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This production played in repertory with Fridolin On the Road

Majestic Theatre, (circa. 12/1935 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 1935    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances:

Category: Special, Ballet, Original, Broadway
Description: Tragi-Comedy
Comments: "Fridolin on the Road" and "Want Ads" were performed together nightly. "Want Ads" itself was comprised of six different stories, each patterned after a different newspaper want ad.

Production Staff
Produced by S. Hurok
Written by Trudi Schoop; Music by Paul Schoop and Huldreich Fruh
Staged by Trudi Schoop
Piano: Max Fickel and Lothar Perl
Trudi SchoopChanteuse (in the sixth ad)
Hanna BergerDaughter (in the third ad)
Edith CarolaEmployer's Wife (in the second ad)
Honorable Lady (in the fifth ad)
Jeanette DublonYounger Daughter (in the third ad)
Honorable Lady's Child (in the fifth ad)
Werner HerrmannFather (in the third ad)
Letter Carrier (in the fifth ad)
Cabaret Owner (in the sixth ad)
Meta KrahnA Show Girl (in the fourth ad)
Oriental Danseuse (in the sixth ad)
Niels Bjorn LarsenUnscrupulous Gent (in the first ad)
Younger Daughter's Fiancee (in the third ad)
Youthful Lead (in the sixth ad)
Didi LedererHonorable Lady's Child (in the fifth ad)
Ellen LiySecretary (in the second ad)
Otto UlbrichtBusiness Manager (in the first ad)
Employer (in the second ad)
Fiance's "Race-Conscious" Father (in the third ad)
Dance Director (in the fourth ad)
Newpaper Vendor
Gitta WallersteinYoung Fiancee (in the first ad)
Helga WeigertMother (in the third ad)