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Furs and Frills   

Casino Theatre, (10/09/1917 - 11/03/1917)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 09, 1917    
Closing Date: Nov 03, 1917 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In New York two days before Christmas

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Book by Edward Clark; Music by Silvio Hein; Lyrics by Edward Clark; Musical Director: Herbert Stothart; Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Featuring songs by Claude MacArthur
Directed by Edward Clark; Choreographed by Robert Marks
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Harry Collins, L. Wenzelberg and Croydon, Ltd.
Gladys AlexanderChorus
Beatrice AllenMrs. Macey
George AndersonClyde Macey
Charles AngeloJones
Charlotte BuckmanChorus
Margaret CarhartChorus
Ernest CarrDeputy Sheriff
Paul CordesChorus
Ward DeWolfeWally
Frances DemarestMrs. MacTavish
Ida DiggsChorus
Gerald EtonChorus
Henrietta FieldsChorus
Frances GrantChorus
Flora HollisterChorus
Violet HorningChorus
Sylvia HurdChorus
Alice KaneChorus
Grace LivingstonChorus
Marie MilburneChorus
Harry MillerMr. Manheimer
Francis MurphyChorus
Ruby NortonPolly
Harold RaymondChorus
Mildred RenardChorus
Flo RichardsonChorus
Frank RoweChorus
Ivy SchererChorus
Frances SchofieldChorus
Betty StiversChorus
Ethel SykesGuest
Gladys SykesGuest
Ernest TorrenceWilliam MacTavish
Ruth ValeChorus
Ben WellsButler
Harold WilliamsChorus
music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Edward Clark
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
When My Wife ReturnsClyde Macey and Chorus
You Can't Take It With You When You DieWilliam MacTavish and Clyde Macey
Does Polly Want WallyPolly and Wally
Furs and FrillsMrs. Macey and Chorus
It's Easy to Lie to Your HusbandMrs. MacTavish and Chorus
A Short Farewell Is BestPolly and Wally
Heart of My HeartPolly
ACT 2 Sung By
Make Yourselves at Home
(lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II)
Always Take Mother's AdviceWilliam MacTavish and Polly
The Yuletide SpiritMrs. MacTavish and Chorus
The Tale of a CoatWilliam MacTavish, Mrs. MacTavish, Clyde Macey and Mrs. Macey
This Is My Lucky Day
(music by Claude MacArthur)
Polly and Wally
Pot-PouriEntire Company