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Very Good Eddie   

Princess Theatre, (12/23/1915 - circa. 5/1916)
Casino Theatre, (5/29/1916 - circa. 9/1916)
39th Street Theatre, (9/11/1916 - circa. 10/1916)
Princess Theatre, (10/02/1916 - 10/14/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 23, 1915    
Closing Date: Oct 14, 1916 Total Performances: 341

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and three scenes
Setting: June 1913. Act I: A Hudson River Dayliner. Act II: Lobby of Honeymoon Inn in the Catskills.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by F. Ray Comstock
Produced by Marbury-Comstock Co.
Book by Philip Bartholomae and Guy Bolton; Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Schuyler Green; Based on a farce "Over Night" by Philip Bartholomae; Additional music by Henry Kailimai; Additional lyrics by Elsie Janis, Harry B. Smith, Herbert Reynolds and John E. Hazzard; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld
Staged by Frank McCormack; Choreographed by David Bennett
Scenic Design by Elsie DeWolfe; Costume Design by Melville Ellis
Helen BondFlo Tide
Arline ChaseBelle Fontaine
Louise CookMiss Funnie Rekkod
Alice DoveyMrs. Elsie Darling
Sedgewick DraperMr. Rollo Munn
Lew FullertonPurser
Stuart GillmoreMr. Watt Pumkyns
John E. HazzardAl Cleveland
Herbert HoeyMr. Dyer Thurst
Bessie KellyMiss Lily Pond
Kuy KendallWest Point Cadet
Adah LewisMme. Matroppo
Dorothy Jane LondonerEnsemble
James LounsberyM. de Rougemont
Tess MayerMiss Chrystal Poole
Harry McKennaMr. Dustin Stacks
Julia MillsVictoria Lake
Mary Louise MorrisonMiss Munnie Duzzyt
Dorothy NitaMiss Gay Ann Giddy
Helen O'DayMiss Alwys Innit
Anna OrrMiss Elsie Lilly
Katherine RahnMiss E.Z. Morrels
Helen RaymondMrs. Georgina Kettle
Oscar ShawMr. Dick Rivers
Georgia SpelvinMagazine Girl
Dorothy SylviaVirginia Spring
Ernest TruexMr. Eddie Kettle
Carl WadsworthMr. Tayleurs Dumme
John WillardMr. Percy Darling
Genevieve WillmentMiss Carrie Closewell
Morton WoodMr. Fullern A. Goat
Benjamin F. WrightSteward
music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Schuyler Greene
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
We're on Our WayVictoria Lake and Ensemble
The Same Old GameMr. Dick Rivers and Girls
Some Sort of Somebody (from MISS INFORMATION)
(lyrics by Elsie Janis)
Mr. Dick Rivers and Miss Elsie Lilly
Isn't It Great To Be MarriedMr. Eddie Kettle, Mrs. Elsie Darling, Mr. Percy Darling and Mrs. Georgina Kettle
Wedding Bells Are Calling Me (from NOBODY HOME)
(lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
ACT 2 Sung By
On the Shore at Le Lei Wi
(music by Jerome Kern and Henry Kailimai; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds)
Miss Elsie Lilly, Mr. Dick Rivers and Ensemble
If I Find the Girl
(lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and John E. Hazzard)
Mr. Dick Rivers and Ensemble
Thirteen CollarMr. Eddie Kettle
Old Boy NeutralMiss Elsie Lilly, Mr. Dick Rivers and Ensemble
Babes in the Wood
(lyrics by Schuyler Greene and Jerome Kern)
Mrs. Elsie Darling and Mr. Eddie Kettle
The Fashion ShowVictoria Lake and Ensemble
I Wish I Had a Million
(lyrics by Herbert Reynolds)
Al Cleveland and Girls
Nodding Roses
(lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and John E. Hazzard)
Miss Elsie Lilly and Mr. Dick Rivers
(lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and John E. Hazzard)