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Holka Polka   

Lyric Theatre, (10/14/1925 - 10/31/1925)
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Opening Date: Oct 14, 1925    
Closing Date: Oct 31, 1925 Total Performances: 21

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A village in Czechoslovakia and Prague

Production Staff
Produced by Carl Reed
Music by Will Ortman; Book by W. Walzer; Translated by Derick Wulff; Book adapted by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan; Musical Director: Max Steiner
Staged by Oscar Eagle; Dances arranged by Busby Berkeley
Entire production and costumes designed by Livingston Platt
Harry AndersonAuctioneer
Jean ArmstrongEnsemble
Isabelle BensonEnsemble
Aileen BoothEnsemble
Alec BowmanEnsemble
Lloyd BriggsEnsemble
Isabelle BrownEnsemble
Thomas BurkeRudi Munz
Phyllis BurkhardtEnsemble
Buddy CarminEnsemble
Francis H. CherryMarie Karin
Lillian ClintonEnsemble
Betty CreditoEnsemble
Florence CrozierEnsemble
Vera DaleEnsemble
Rosa de CordobaSpecialty Dancer
Barbara DeanEnsemble
Ely DeMarEnsemble
Adrienne DeSalesEnsemble
Josephine DoaneEnsemble
Ruth ElaineEnsemble
Harry EllstonEnsemble
Paul ElsonerEnsemble
Willoa FellowsEnsemble
Ben FleckEnsemble
Nicholas GlobatcheffEnsemble
Robert HallidayKarel Boleslav
Orville HarroldPeter Novak
Known as Nobody
Patti HarroldPeterle Novak
Harry HellerEnsemble
Harry HolbrookMax Munz
Mary HuberEnsemble
Albert HurtEnsemble
Dorothy JohnsonEnsemble
Leon KartavyEnsemble
Beatrice KingEnsemble
Russell KingEnsemble
Sylvia LaMardeEnsemble
Vincent LanganJan
Richard LearEnsemble
Jack LernerEnsemble
Milba LeVanderEnsemble
Ray LloydEnsemble
Renee LowrieEnsemble
Esther LyonEllen Novak
George E. MackBaron von Bruck
James MartinEnsemble
Maurice MartinEnsemble
Ila McCallEnsemble
Henrietta MerrimanEnsemble
Alice MitchellEnsemble
Al MontyEnsemble
James C. MortonAdam Cook
Fred OrtmannEnsemble
Lisa ParnovaSpecialty Dancer
Patty PattersonEnsemble
Frances PattonEnsemble
F. D. PorterfieldEnsemble
Morris RagalskyEnsemble
Marion & Martinez RandelSpecialty Dancers
Kaye RenardEnsemble
Troupe ReynoldsEnsemble
Clementine RigeauEnsemble
Bess RingwaldEnsemble
Joe RogersEnsemble
Lea RoyEnsemble
Valerie SargentEnsemble
Christine SchylerEnsemble
John SherlockHenri Novothy
Val SholarEnsemble
May SpeedEnsemble
Edith StichEnsemble
Edwin StrawbridgeSpecialty Dancer
Reginald ThomasEnsemble
Charles ThompsonCoachman
Ben TrotmanEnsemble
May VokesGundel
Olive WandaEnsemble
Holmes WashburnEnsemble
Viola WayneEnsemble
Mabel WilliamsEnsemble
Dorothy WilsonEnsemble
Hilda WithersEnsemble
music by Will Ortman; lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan
ACT 1 Sung By
Mary to the Market WentEnsemble
I Want to Be a Bad Little BoyPeterle Novak
The Highway's CallArt Students
Home of My HeartPeter Novak (Known as Nobody)
Spring in AutumnPeter Novak (Known as Nobody), Peterle Novak, Max Munz, Marie Karin, Gundel and Ensemble
In a Little WhilePeterle Novak and Karel Boleslav
Holka PolkaPeterle Novak, Karel Boleslav and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Fairy TalePeterle Novak, Rudi Munz and Chorus
When Love Is NearPeterle Novak and Peter Novak (Known as Nobody)
This Is My DancePeterle Novak, Karel Boleslav and Ensemble
Goodfellow DaysMax Munz and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
Chimes of the ChapelEnsemble
Home of My Heart (Reprise) Peter Novak (Known as Nobody) and Ensemble
Holka Polka (Reprise) Peterle Novak, Karel Boleslav and Ensemble