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Mercenary Mary   

Longacre Theatre, (4/13/1925 - 8/08/1925)
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Opening Date: Apr 13, 1925    
Closing Date: Aug 08, 1925 Total Performances: 136

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Outside the Gate of Somers' Estate and Jerry's Apartment

Production Staff
Produced by L. Lawrence Weber
Music by William B. Friedlander and Con Conrad; Book by William B. Friedlander and Isabel Leighton; from a farce by Emil Nyitray and Herbert Hall Winslow; Lyrics by William B. Friedlander and Con Conrad; Music orchestrated by Louis Katzman
Staged by William B. Friedlander; Choreographed by William Seabury
Costume Design by Hugh Willoughby; Scenic Design by Karl O. Amend
Conducted by Ira Jacobs
Winnie BaldwinMary Skinner
John BolesLyman Webster
Joyce BoothGuest
Nellie BreenNorah
Joan Carter-WaddellGuest
G. Davison ClarkBellamy Shepard
Shirley DahlGuest
Jere DelaneyPatrick O'Brien
Sally DoranGuest
Madeleine FairbanksEdith Somers
Florence FormanGuest
Mary GraceGuest
Sam HearnGrandpa Skinner
Margaret IrvingJune
Allen KearnsJerry
Madelyn KilleenGuest
Frank KingdonJudge Somers
Frances MarchantGuest
Virginia MarchantGuest
Elizabeth MearsGuest
Louise MeleGuest
MonyaA Dancer
Blanche O'DonohoeGuest
Anita PamGuest
Cecelia RomeoGuest
Dorothy RoyGuest
Louis SimonChris Skinner
Claire StoneGuest
ACT 1 Sung By
Over a Garden WallJerry, Edith Somers and Guests
Just You and I and the BabyPatrick O'Brien and Norah
Charleston MadEdith Somers and Guests
Honey, I'm in Love (with You)Jerry and Edith Somers
They Still Look GoodGrandpa Skinner and Guests
TomorrowJune and Lyman Webster
Come On AlongGuests
Mercenary MaryMary Skinner and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Beautiful BabyLyman Webster and Guests
(I Want To Be a) Chaste WomanMary Skinner and Jerry
Cherchez la Femme (Get Your Woman)Patrick O'Brien, Norah and Guests
Everything's Going to Be All RightLyman Webster and June