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The Five O'Clock Girl   

 
44th Street Theatre, (10/10/1927 - circa. 4/1928)
Shubert Theatre, (4/16/1928 - 6/02/1928)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Oct 10, 1927    
Closing Date: Jun 02, 1928 Total Performances: 280

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City and South Hampton, Long Island



Production Staff
Produced by Philip Goodman
Book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson; Music by Harry Ruby and Bert Kalmar; Lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Staged by John Harwood; Choreographed by Jack Haskell; Assistant Choreographer: Danny Dare; Entire production under the supervision of Philip Goodman
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire; Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes
Cast
Russell AshEnsemble
Michael BarroyJules
the Maitre d'
Louis John BartelsHudgins
Mr. Brook's Valet
Chester BennettEnsemble
Footman
Albert BirkEnsemble
Marian BonnellMolly
the Maid
Marion BoothEnsemble
Dorothy BrownEnsemble
Arthur C. BuddEnsemble
Mary CarltonEnsemble
Charles ConklinEnsemble
Myrtle CoxEnsemble
Danny DareRonnie Webb
Daye DawneEnsemble
Lola De LilleDorothy
Ensemble
Helen DeaneEnsemble
Allys DwyerCora Wainwright
Mary EatonPatricia Brown
Dorothy FitzgibbonEnsemble
Gloria GilbertEthel
Sam
Buddie Haines Ensemble
Raymond HallEnsemble
Evelyn HannonsEnsemble
Virginia HassellEnsemble
Leo HoweEnsemble
Jack HughesEnsemble
Photographer
Elizabeth JanewayEnsemble
Carl JuddPoliceman
Jack KayEnsemble
Ethel KellyEnsemble
Pert KeltonSusan Snow
Myrtle LaneEnsemble
Jane LauderdaleEnsemble
Sam LeeOswald
Helen MadiganEnsemble
Jessie MadisonEnsemble
Pauline MaxwellEnsemble
Arthur MayEnsemble
Fred MayeEnsemble
Frank McNellisJasper Cobb
Verdi MilliEnsemble
Helen MirtelEnsemble
Virginia MooreEnsemble
Bobby MorrisEnsemble
Virginia MortimerEnsemble
Alice O'BrienEnsemble
Gwen OrlandoEnsemble
June PagetEnsemble
Marjorie PhillipsPriscilla
Ensemble
Mary PhillipsEnsemble
Eugene
Ruby PoeEnsemble
Alice RaisenEnsemble
June RayEnsemble
Helen SandersonEnsemble
Ted SchultzEnsemble
Al ShawRoy
Oscar ShawGerald Brooks
Rosemary SillEnsemble
Lowell StrayEnsemble
Audrey SturgesEnsemble
Elizabeth SurranEnsemble
Frances ThressEnsemble
Marie
Philip TiltmanEnsemble
Vera TrettEnsemble
Elsie
Elsa VargaEnsemble
Vahrah VerbaMadame Rosalie
Billy WalshBilly
Ensemble
Brownie WalshJane
Ensemble
Betty WaxtonEnsemble
Ted WhiteEnsemble
Biddy WilkensonEnsemble
Maisie
Mary WilliamsEnsemble
music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby
ACT 1 Sung By
I'm One Little PartyRonnie Webb and Girls
We Want YouRoy, Oswald and Susan Snow
Thinking of You Patricia Brown and Gerald Brooks
Happy Go LuckyGerald Brooks and Girls
Up in the CloudsPatricia Brown, Gerald Brooks and Ensemble
Any Little ThingHudgins (Mr. Brook's Valet) and Susan Snow
Following in Father's FootstepsRoy and Oswald
Lonesome RomeosPatricia Brown and Boys
Tea Time TapPatricia Brown, Susan Snow and Ronnie Webb
Thinking of You (Reprise) Patricia Brown and Gerald Brooks
ACT 2 Sung By
Who Did?Patricia Brown and Gerald Brooks
Society LadderSusan Snow, Roy and Oswald
Tell the World I'm ThroughGerald Brooks and Boys
Up in the Clouds (Reprise) Patricia Brown and Gerald Brooks
Who Did? (Reprise) Patricia Brown and Gerald Brooks
FinaleCompany