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Two Little Girls in Blue   

 
George M. Cohan's Theatre , (5/03/1921 - 8/27/1921)
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Opening Date:May 03, 1921   
Closing Date:Aug 27, 1921 Total Performances:135

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Aboard the S.S. Empress and India


Production Staff
Produced by A.L. Erlanger
Music by Paul Lannin and Vincent Youmans; Lyrics by Arthur Francis; Book by Fred Jackson; Musical Director: Charles Previn; Music orchestrated by Stephen Jones and Paul Lannin
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Costume Design by Shirley Barker, Henneage and Iverson
Cast
Patricia Clarke Ophelia
Daisy Daniels Ensemble
Edith Decker Mary Bird
Carolyn Erwin Ensemble
Madeleine Fairbanks Dolly Sartoris
Marion Fairbanks Polly Sartoris
Helen Gates Ensemble
Etienne Girardot Dudley La Fleur
Ellwood Gray Ensemble
Frank Hall Ensemble
Fred Hall Newton Canney
Sammy Snipe
Otis Harper Ensemble
Dorothy Harrison Ensemble
Kay Harrison Ensemble
Vanda Hoff Maid o' the Mist
Orienta
Cecile
Olin Howland Morgan Atwell
Jacquelyn Hunter Ensemble
Emma Janvier Hariette Neville
Stanley Jessup Captain Morrow
Julie Kelety Ninon La Fleur
Edith Kessler Ensemble
Evelyn Law Margie
Muriel Lodge Ensemble
Leonora Lukens Ensemble
George Mack Captain Morrow
Gayle Mays Ensemble
Beulah McFarland The Bride
Ensemble
Margery Morrison Ensemble
Paul Porter Ensemble
Jobyna Ralston Ensemble
Fred Rogers Ensemble
Fred Santley Jerry Lloyd
Oscar Shaw Robert Barker
Rosemary Sill Ensemble
Taylor Ensemble
Harold Thompson Ensemble
Jack Tomson Jennings
Tommy Tomson Kennedy
Peggy Underwood Ensemble
Fay West Ensemble

ACT 1Sung By
(We're Off on) A Wonderful Trip
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Jennings, Kennedy and Ensemble
(Your) Wonderful U.S.A
(music by Paul Lannin; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Morgan Atwell and Ensemble
When I'm With the Girls
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Robert Barker and Chorus
Two Little Girls in Blue
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Dolly Sartoris and Polly Sartoris
The Silly Season
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Hariette Neville, Robert Barker, Jerry Lloyd, Margie and Chorus
Oh Me, Oh My, Oh You
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Robert Barker and Polly Sartoris
You Started Something When You Came Along
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Jerry Lloyd and Dolly Sartoris
We're Off to India
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Here, Steward
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Jennings, Kennedy, Ophelia and Chorus
The Gypsy Trail
(music by Paul Lannin; lyrics by Irving Caesar)
Ninon La Fleur and Male Chorus
Dolly
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis and Schuyler Greene)
Robert Barker, Jerry Lloyd and Chorus
Who's Who With You?
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Robert Barker and Polly Sartoris
Just Like You
(music by Paul Lannin; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Jerry Lloyd, Dolly Sartoris, Mary Bird, Cecile, Jennings and Kennedy
There's Something About Me They Like
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis and Fred Jackson)
Morgan Atwell, Margie and Girls
Rice and Shoes (Sweetest Girl)
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis and Schuyler Greene)
Robert Barker, Jerry Lloyd and Chorus
She's Innocent
(music by Vincent Youmans and Paul Lannin; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
Honeymoon (When Will You Shine for Me?)
(music by Paul Lannin; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Ninon La Fleur, Jerry Lloyd and Chorus
I'm Tickled Silly (Slapstick)
(music by Paul Lannin; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Morgan Atwell, Robert Barker and Jerry Lloyd
Orienta
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Ensemble