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Broadway Brevities of 1920   

 
Winter Garden Theatre, (9/29/1920 - 12/18/1920)
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Opening Date: Sep 29, 1920    
Closing Date: Dec 18, 1920 Total Performances: 105

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts



Production Staff
Produced by George LeMaire
Lyrics by Blair Treynor; Sketches by George LeMaire; Music by Archie Gottler; Additional numbers by Arthur Jackson, George Gershwin, Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Irving Caesar and Irving Berlin; Musical Director: Louis Gress; Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones and Will Vodery
Directed by J. C. Huffman; Musical Staging by Jack Mason
Scenic Design by Herbert Ward; Costume Design by Charles Le Maire
Cast
Eddie Buzzell
Eddie Cantor
Jay Dillon
Vera Grosset
Edith Hallor
Genevieve Houghton
Natalie Kingston
Alexis Kosloff
George LeMaire
Teck Murdock
Peggy Parker
Ula Sharon
William Sully
Paul Van Dyke
Hal Van Renssalaer
Bert Williams
Marcelle BarnesLady of the Ensemble
Kitty BergLady of the Ensemble
Phyllis BlairLady of the Ensemble
Wilma BruceLady of the Ensemble
Ethel CallahanLady of the Ensemble
Delphine DeeryLady of the Ensemble
Mercedes DemordantLady of the Ensemble
Virginia DixonLady of the Ensemble
Alma DrangeLady of the Ensemble
Alva FentonLady of the Ensemble
Catharine FlynnLady of the Ensemble
Emlee HaddoneLady of the Ensemble
Dorothy HallLady of the Ensemble
Ona HamiltonLady of the Ensemble
Alice HaynesLady of the Ensemble
Renee HughesLady of the Ensemble
Jan JarvisLady of the Ensemble
Flora KeeneLady of the Ensemble
Florence KernLady of the Ensemble
Dorothy KingLady of the Ensemble
Helen LeVonLady of the Ensemble
Carol MillerLady of the Ensemble
Peggy MitchellLady of the Ensemble
Patricia ParkerLady of the Ensemble
Anna PaulsonLady of the Ensemble
Estelle PenningLady of the Ensemble
Edith PollackLady of the Ensemble
Virginia RocheLady of the Ensemble
Dorothy StokesLady of the Ensemble
Norma WatermanLady of the Ensemble
Elsie WestcottLady of the Ensemble
Beverly WorthLady of the Ensemble
Hilda WrightLady of the Ensemble
music by Archie Gottler; lyrics by Blair Treynor
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Usual Opening ChorusEntire Ensemble
I Love to Dance
(I'm Going to) Love, Honor, and O'Baby
That Means Home to Me
Spanish Love
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Irving Caesar)
(We've Got) The Stage Door Blues
(music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby)
The Moon Shines on the Moonshine
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Francis DeWitt)
I Want to Know Where Tosti Went
(music by Chris Smith; lyrics by Chris Smith)
I Makes Mine Myself
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Francis DeWitt)
Somebody (Else, Not Me) (from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1919)
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
Get Up
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Robert Hood Bowers)
WonderfulGirls
Love Me While the Snow Flakes Fall
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Arthur Jackson)
ACT 2 Sung By
A Housetop of Our Own
Won't You Let Me Take a Picture of You?Kodak Girls
Beautiful Faces Need Beautiful Clothes
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Girls
I'm a Dancing Fool
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Arthur Jackson)
Girls
Drigo's Polka
Stolen Sweets
Lu-Lu
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Arthur Jackson)
Girls
I Wish That I'd Been Born in Borneo
(music by Walter Donaldson; lyrics by Grant Clarke)
Palesteena (Lena is the Queen of Palesteena)
(music by Con Conrad and Russell J. Robinson; lyrics by Con Conrad and Russell J. Robinson)
Margie
(music by Con Conrad and Russell J. Robinson; lyrics by Benny Davis)