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Gay Paree [1925]   

Shubert Theatre, (8/18/1925 - 1/30/1926)
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Opening Date: Aug 18, 1925    
Closing Date: Jan 30, 1926 Total Performances: 181

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.); Produced in association with Rufus LeMaire
Music by Alfred Goodman, Maurie Rubens and J. Fred Coots; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Clifford Grey; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger; Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Henry Creamer, Buddy DeSylva, Ballard MacDonald, Lester Allen, Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman; Additional music by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias, Al Sherman, James Hanley, Walter Donaldson and Joseph Meyer
Staged by J. J. Shubert and Charles Judels; Musical Staging by Earl Lindsay; Choreographed by Alexis Kosloff
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Newton Alexander
Betty Allen
Lucille Arden
William Baden
Dorothy Barber
Pauline Blair
Frances Blythe
Richard Bold
Ilsi Bott
Alice Boulden
Carol Boyer
William Brainerd
Lorraine Brooks
Jean Caswell
Chandler Christy
Helen Claire
Eddie Conrad
Claire Daniels
Isabel Dawn
Claudia Dell
Johnny Dove
Louise Dove
Clarice Durham
Mabel Earle
Beth Elliott
Byrdeatta Evans
Florence Fair
Rosemary Farmer
Margie Finley
Walton Ford
Ruth Gillette
Florence Golden
Viola Griffith
Texas Guinan
Jack Haley
Ruth Hamilton
Thalie Hamilton
Edith Higgens
Alice Hooke
Edna Hopper
Florence Horne
Gus Hyland
Katherine Janeway
Frank Kimball
Marty Kolinsky
Lillian Lane
George LeMaire
Fern LeRoy
Winnie Lightner
Martha Linn
Gertrude Lowe
Viola Marshall
Betty Maurice
Arthur May
Verdi Milli
Marie Price
Prosper & Maret
Dorothy Rae
Nora Reed
Camille Renault
Charles "Chic" Sale
Salt and Pepper
Wilfred Seagram
Winifred Seale
Dorothy Shepard
Jeanette Simard
Bartlett Simmons
Marie Simpson
Bernadette Spencer
Louise Taylor
Billy B. Van
Lorraine Weimar
Margaret Wilson
music by Maurice Rubens,Alfred Goodman and J. Fred Coots; lyrics by Clifford Grey
(Unless otherwise noted)

A Study in Legs
Wide Pants Willie
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Henry Creamer)
Me To (Ho-Ha! Ha-Ha!)
(music by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman; lyrics by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman)
(That's Her - That's Her) What Did I Tell Ya?
(music by Walter Donaldson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
A Vision of Hassan
Tillie of Longacre Square
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Ballard MacDonald)
Every Girl Must Have a Little Bull
My Sugar Plum
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
The Opera in 1860
Wonderful Girl
Give Me the Rain
(lyrics by Henry Creamer and Lester Allen)
The Glory of the Morning Sunshine
Venetian Wedding Moon
Baby's Baby Grand
Wedgewood Maid
Florida Mammy
Bamboo Babies
(music by James Hanley and Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
Toddle Trot
Hocus Pocus
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)