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Sinbad   

 
Winter Garden Theatre , (2/14/1918 - 7/06/1918)
Century Theatre , (9/02/1918 - circa. 10/1918)
Casino Theatre , (10/14/1918 - circa. 11/1918)
Winter Garden Theatre , (11/11/1918 - circa. 2/1919)
44th Street Theatre , (2/10/1919 - 3/29/1919)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 14, 1918   
Closing Date:Mar 29, 1919 Total Performances:404

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Two Acts and 14 Scenes
Setting: North Shore Country Club; A street in Bagdad; in the East; the Palace of Sinbad; the Good Ship "Whale;" on the Briny deep; grotto in the Valley of Diamonds; the Isle of Eternal Youth


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Harold Atteridge; Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Musical Numbers Arranged by: Jack Mason; Additional music by Al Jolson, Jean Schwartz, Harry Tierney, J. Turner Layton and Albert Gumble; Additional lyrics by Buddy DeSylva, Gus Kahn, Alfred Bryan, Jack Yellen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Irving Caesar; Orchestra under the direction of Oscar Radin
Directed by J. C. Huffman and Jacob J. Shubert; Ballets Arranged by: Alexis Kosloff
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt, P. Dodd Ackerman, John H. Young and Ernest Gros; Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy, Homer Conant and Samuel Zalud
Cast
Al Jolson Gus
Inbad the Porter
Roshanara Fareast
Jane Adams Ensemble
Franklyn Baite Jack Randall
A Cobbler
George Baker Ensemble
May Belle May
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Ensemble
Doris Benham Ensemble
Doris
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Johnny Berkes Tapem
Johnny
Molly Boulais Ensemble
Rose Boulais Ensemble
Virginia Fox Brooks Nan Van Decker
A Slave Girl
Dorothy Bruce Dorothy
Dot Bryant Ensemble
Milus Carpenter Ensemble
Viola Clarens Ensemble
Beatrice Cloak Beatrice
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Ensemble
Mabel Cloud Ensemble
Hazel Cox Amina
Patricia De Trait
Love
Kitty Doner Prince Stubb Talmage
Lawrence D'Orsay Stephen Gilwater
The King of Serendib
Gertrude Doyle Ensemble
Gertrude
Florence Elmore Vivian
Ali Baba
Ensemble
Edgar Atchinson Ely Professor Graves
Kassin
Constance Farber Tessie Verdear
Goodfellowship
Irene Farber Jeanette Verdear
Margaret Ferguson Ensemble
Margaret
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Flo Flandreaux Ensemble
Ella Foster Ensemble
Inez Francis Ensemble
Eleanore Franke Eleanor
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Ensemble
Pearl Germond Isabel
Pearl
Ensemble
Mattie Gormley Ensemble
Frank Grace Kickem
Frank
Ona Hamilton Ensemble
Rae Hartley Ensemble
Inspiration
Rae
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Van Buren Hartman Ensemble
Frank Holmes Harry
Kitty Holton Ensemble
Forrest Huff Van Rennsellar Sinbad
Mildred Kaye Ensemble
Harry Kearley Tony
A Servant
John Kearney A Yogi
Geni
Grace Keeshon Wine
Ensemble
Alexis Kosloff Veritas
El Orient
Mildred La Gue Florence
Passion
Ensemble
Elsie LaMont Ensemble
Grace Langdon Grace
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Ensemble
Jack Laughlin Ensemble
Eleanor Leigh Ensemble
Lois Leigh Ensemble
Henry LeVoy Ensemble
Marie Lorillard Ensemble
Charlotte Marmont Charlotte
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Ensemble
Billy Marr Ensemble
Bob McClellan Mack
Barbara McCree Ensemble
Vera Mercer Marcelle
Ensemble
Irene Mitchell Ensemble
Marion Mooney Song
Ensemble
Jean Morgan Ensemble
Evangeline Murray Ensemble
Edith Pierce Ensemble
Lorrelda Poppanny Ensemble
Peggy Purtell Ensemble
Trixie Raymond Ensemble
Yvette Reals Ensemble
Jessie Reed Betty
Beauty
Ensemble
Gertrude Reynolds Ensemble
Wade Riesemy Ensemble
Beatrice Seymour Ensemble
Beatrice
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Billie Sheridan Ensemble
Rheba Stewart Ensemble
Marian Stokes Marian
Devotion
Ensemble
Mae Terresfield Ensemble
Jean Thomas Ensemble
Modesty
George Thornton Emil
Inbad's Donkey
Betty Touraine Ensemble
Betty
Jean Troupman Ensemble
Jean Troutman Ensemble
Fay Tunis Ensemble
Thelma Turnball Beatrice
Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl
Style
Ensemble
Alice Van Ryker Ensemble
Fritzi Von Busing Mrs. Van Decker
The Queen of Serendib
Chandler Waldo Ensemble
Richard Warner Ensemble
Grace Washburn A Court Lady
Harriet
Vampire
Nora White Mildred
Edna Whitney Ensemble
Isabel Whitney Ensemble
Florence Wilde Ensemble
Mabel Withee Princess Audrey Van Decker
Beth Young Marcelle
Leonora
Rita Zalmani Bagdad
Queen Butterfly
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
On Cupid's Green Mildred and Boy and Girl Golfers
A Little Bit of Every Nationality Patricia De Trait and Our Allied Beauties
Our Ancestors Prince Stubb Talmage, Princess Audrey Van Decker and Cave Men and Girls
A Thousand and One Arabian Nights A Cobbler, A Slave Girl and Van Rennsellar Sinbad
Where Do They Get Those Guys? Tessie Verdear
Beauty and Beast A Court Lady, Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girls and Meehan's Leaping Hounds
Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis)
Inbad the Porter
Take the Night Boat to Albany
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Inbad the Porter
Bagdad A Cobbler and Arabian Desert Girls
The Rag Lad of Bagdad
(music by Al Jolson and Sigmund Romberg)
Prince Stubb Talmage, Princess Audrey Van Decker, Frank, Grace (Winter Garden Blue Ribbon Girl), Kickem and Rag Lad Girls
A Night in the Orient Amina and Oriental Dreams
I Hail from Cairo Tessie Verdear and Cairo Girls
Love Ahoy! Jeanette Verdear, Kickem, Tapem and Love Ahoy Sailor Girls
The Bedalumbo
(music by Al Jolson)
Prince Stubb Talmage, Kickem, Tapem and Yama Yama Girls
ACT 2Sung By
Isle of Youth Love and Beauties of Greece
I'll Tell the World
(music by Harold Atteridge and Buddy DeSylva; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Buddy DeSylva)
Van Rennsellar Sinbad and Isle of Youth Dreams
It's Wonderful Princess Audrey Van Decker and Some Wonderful Girls
Raz-Ma-Taz
(music by Al Jolson)
Prince Stubb Talmage, Frank, Johnny and Jazz Girls