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Step This Way   

 
Shubert Theatre , (5/29/1916 - Closing date unknown)
Astor Theatre , (7/10/1916 - 8/12/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:May 29, 1916   
Closing Date:Aug 12, 1916 Total Performances:88

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A department store in London and the Jardin de Paris at Hammersmith


Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by E. Ray Goetz and Bert Grant; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Based on a libretto for the musical "The Girl Behind the Counter" by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: Frank E. Tours; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler
Staged by Frank McCormack; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Costume Design by Orange Manufacturing Company and Mme. Kahn; Scenic Design by Edward Sundquist and P. Dodd Ackerman
Cast
Henry Bergman Dudley Cheatham
Inez Borrero Chorus
Nan J. Brennan Mrs. Crossleigh Shoppington
Lew Brice The Honorable Bertie Epsom
Betty Brown Chorus
Maida Burka Chorus
Cecile Carter Chorus
Adele Christy Chorus
Kenneth Christy Chorus
Gladys Clark Susie Scraggs
James Clark Chorus
Louise Clark Mitzi Gossard
Chorus
Faun Conway Chorus
Al Cooper Chorus
Jock Donnelly Chorus
Kitty Donnelly Chorus
Doraldina Hawaiian Dancer
Gladys Dupell Chorus
Martha Erlich Mrs. M. Whittington
Marguerite Farrell Millie Mostyn
Lew M. Fields Henry Schniff
Alice Fischer Mrs. Henry Schniff
Dorothy Flam Chorus
Perle Germonde Chorus
Mabel Godding Chorus
Bessie Gray Chorus
Harriet Gustin Chorus
Betty Hamilton Chorus
Laura Hamilton Ninette Valois
Fannie Hasbrouck Maggie
Ethel Hobart Chorus
Maud Homer Chorus
May Homer Chorus
Charles Judels Henri Duval
Mildred Keenan Chorus
William Kinley Chorus
Dorothy Leeds Chorus
Beth Lydy Winnie Willoughby
Kitty Mahoney Chorus
Violet Marsden Chorus
Bobbie McCormack Chorus
Joseph McGurgan Chorus
Frances Mink Chorus
Charles Mitchell Willard Fitzcorbett
Frances Morris Chorus
Selma Morris Chorus
Lotta Morse Chorus
Walter Mozee Chorus
George O'Donnell Chorus
Gwendolyn Pardue Chorus
Violet Pardue Chorus
Virginia Richardson Miss Billings
Chorus
Edna Rochelle Chorus
Ethel Rosebud Chorus
Jean Russell Chorus
Betty Shannon Chorus
Esther Shannon Chorus
James A. Smith Chorus
Nancy Smith Chorus
Trixie Smith Chorus
Esther Solon Chorus
Lionel Spencer Chorus
Hortense Taylor Chorus
Virginia Taylor Chorus
John Charles Thomas Charles Chetwynd
Ernest Torrence Lord Augustus Gushington
Peggy Trevor Chorus
Alice Van Ryker Chorus
Margaret Vingut Chorus
Lolita Whitmore Chorus
music by E. Ray Goetz and Bert Grant; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Keep Up the Pace Ensemble
Step This Way Henri Duval and Chorus
Romany (When the Sun Goes Down in Romany)
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Susie Scraggs and Dudley Cheatham
The Heart of the Golden West Charles Chetwynd
Kelly (If I Knock the 'L' Out of Kelly)
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Millie Mostyn and Chorus
You Ought To Go to Paris Ninette Valois and Rumbo and the High Steppers
Won't You Buy? Winnie Willoughby and Charles Chetwynd
ACT 2Sung By
Frivolity Eight High Steppers
Love Me at Twilight
(lyrics by Joe Young and William Jerome)
Winnie Willoughby and Chorus
I've Got a Sweet Tooth (Bothering Me)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Susie Scraggs and Dudley Cheatham
Cairo (When You Drop Off at Cairo, Illinois)
(music by Cliff Hess and E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Cliff Hess and E. Ray Goetz)
Millie Mostyn and Chorus
By the Sad Luana Shore Susie Scraggs, Dudley Cheatham and Chorus
All for You Winnie Willoughby and Charles Chetwynd