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Katja   

 
44th Street Theatre, (10/18/1926 - 1/22/1927)
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Opening Date: Oct 18, 1926    
Closing Date: Jan 22, 1927 Total Performances: 112

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Monte Carlo



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Jean Gilbert; Book by Frederick Lonsdale; Lyrics by Harry Graham; Additional scenes written and arranged by Isabel Leighton; Additional lyrics by Clifford Grey; Based on the Viennese libretto by Leopold Jacobson and Rudolf Osterreicher; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Featuring songs by Maurice Rubens and Ralph Benatsky
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Dialogue staged by: Lewis Morton; Choreographed by Max Scheck; Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Max Weldy
Cast
John AdairEdouard
Betty AllenHortense
Ensemble
Sarah AllenEnsemble
Gloria BarrettEnsemble
Reeder BossEnsemble
Bill BrainardEnsemble
Marie BriceEnsemble
Lorraine BrooksEnsemble
Mary BuckleyAmilie
Ensemble
Shirley CarltonEnsemble
Dorothy ChaseEnsemble
Catherine ColemanEnsemble
Kitty ColemanAnnette
Lilian DaviesKatja Karina
Princess Ilanoff
Georgie DeBravaEnsemble
Gertrude DemmlerEnsemble
Lewis DownieEnsemble
Malcolm DuffieldEnsemble
Millie DupreeEnsemble
Peggy EllisEnsemble
Helen EllsworthEnsemble
Ella ErneEnsemble
June FergusonEnsemble
Oscar FigmanSimon
Boscart
Thomas GloverEnsemble
Sophia GrebowEnsemble
Thomas GreenEnsemble
Tom GreenHenri
Billie HallEnsemble
Peggy HanselEnsemble
Frank HemmingwayAndre
Dennis HoeyIvo
Prince of Ogladin
Ruth KennedyEnsemble
Marion Kingston Ensemble
Murray LevinEnsemble
Nailee LindholmEnsemble
Natalia LordEnsemble
Marcia MackEnsemble
Martha MasonNatasha
Dan McGovernEnsemble
Bob MorrisEnsemble
Grace NormanEnsemble
Sally NyeEnsemble
Virginia OrthEnsemble
Doris PatstonPatricia
Allan PriorCarl
Prince of Karuja
Claire RenaudEnsemble
Sally SayreEnsemble
Irma SchubertEnsemble
Margaret SeidelEnsemble
Jack SheehanLeander Billdorff
Robert E. SmithEnsemble
Peggy E. SouthEnsemble
Julia StrongLouise
Ensemble
Eleanor SweetEnsemble
Ethel TatkewicsEnsemble
Peaches TortoniEnsemble
Zena TrettEnsemble
Florence TurnerEnsemble
Valodia VestoffVladimir
Jack WalshSergeant of Police
Frank WaltersInspector of Police
Dorothy WhitmoreMaud Sumerdal
Paul WilcoxEnsemble
Bruce WinstonCount Orpitch
music by Jean Gilbert; lyrics by Harry Graham
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Love's in the AirMaud Sumerdal and Ensemble
Cruel ChiefPatricia, Leander Billdorff and Count Orpitch
Balkan DanceVladimir, Natasha and Ensemble
Euranian AnthemKatja Karina (Princess Ilanoff) and Ivo (Prince of Ogladin)
Dance with YouKatja Karina (Princess Ilanoff) and Ivo (Prince of Ogladin)
All the World Loves a LoverCarl (Prince of Karuja)
Just For a Night
(music by Maurice Rubens and Ralph Benatsky; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Katja Karina (Princess Ilanoff) and Carl (Prince of Karuja)
I Fell Head Over Heels in LovePatricia and Leander Billdorff
ACT 2 Sung By
CongratulationsCarl (Prince of Karuja) and Ensemble
If You CarePatricia and Carl (Prince of Karuja)
(Those) Eyes So TenderKatja Karina (Princess Ilanoff) and Carl (Prince of Karuja)
Night BirdsMaud Sumerdal, Vladimir and Ensemble
LeanderPatricia and Leander Billdorff
ACT 3 Sung By
In JailMaud Sumerdal and Ensemble
Oh, Woe Is MePatricia and Leander Billdorff