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Molly Darling   

 
Liberty Theatre , (9/01/1922 - 11/1922)
Globe Theatre , (11/13/1922 - 11/25/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Sep 01, 1922   
Closing Date:Nov 25, 1922 Total Performances:101

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Ricardo's workshop and music store, Mrs. Redwing's Estate, the news-stand, Melody Hall, a fantasy of the Orient, and a broadcasting station.


Production Staff
Produced by Moore and Macklin Megley
Music by Tom Johnstone; Book by Otto Harbach and William Carey Duncan; Lyrics by Phil Cook; Musical Director: Milton Schwarzwald; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh; Featuring songs by Milton Schwarzwald; Featuring songs with lyrics by Arthur Francis
Staged by Julian Mitchell; Directed by Walter Wilson
Art Director: Herbert Ward; Scenic Design by H Robert Law Studios
Cast
Ben Benny Timmy
a Bootback
Harold Bird Boy
Liana Cloutier Girl
Marie Dolan Girl
Jack Donahue "Chic" Jiggs
a News Vendor
Lillian Downey Girl
Violet Follis Girl
Hal Forde Chauncey Chesbro
a Music Publisher
Mae Friend Girl
Myrtle Gilden Girl
Jay Gould Archie Ames
an Exponent of Victorious Thought
Emma Janvier Mrs. Redwing
a Wealthy Widow
Norman Jefferson Boy
Charles LaValle Boy
Frances Lyndel Girl
Lillian Mamet Girl
James Martin Boy
Bert McGuinnes Boy
Mary Milburn Molly Ricardo
the Violin Maker's Daughter
Ida Miller Girl
Dorothy Morris Girl
Esther Morris Girl
Catherine Mulqueen Marivane
Niece of Mrs. Redwing
Lester New Boy
Clarence Nordstrom Jack Stanton
a Club Attorney
Rhea Norton Girl
Nina Penn "Spirit of Eve"
Marie Pollitt Girl
Yvette Reals Girl
Albert Roccardi Henri Ricardo
a Violin Maker
Marion Rollins Girl
Jack Stanley Boy
Betty Stewart Girl
Cecil Summers Oliver
a Butler
Billie Taylor Trix Morton
Miller's Dancing Partner
Billy Taylor Ted Miller
a Vaudevillian
William Warren Boy
Burke Wilson Tommy
a Bootback
music by Tom Johnstone; lyrics by Phil Cook
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
You Know What to Do
(music by Tom Johnstone and Milton Schwarzwald)
Ted Miller (a Vaudevillian), Trix Morton (Miller's Dancing Partner), Molly Ricardo (the Violin Maker's Daughter) and "Chic" Jiggs (a News Vendor)
There's an Eve in Ev'ry Garden Chauncey Chesbro (a Music Publisher), "Spirit of Eve" and Girls
Dear Little Gad-about Marivane (Niece of Mrs. Redwing), Archie Ames (an Exponent of Victorious Thought) and Boys
They Love It Chauncey Chesbro (a Music Publisher), "Chic" Jiggs (a News Vendor), Ted Miller (a Vaudevillian) and Trix Morton (Miller's Dancing Partner)
Mellow Moon Mrs. Redwing (a Wealthy Widow), Jack Stanton (a Club Attorney), Chauncey Chesbro (a Music Publisher) and Girls
Stepping Some Ted Miller (a Vaudevillian) and Trix Morton (Miller's Dancing Partner)
When Your Castles Come Tumbling Down
(music by Milton Schwarzwald; lyrics by Arthur Francis)
Molly Ricardo (the Violin Maker's Daughter), Jack Stanton (a Club Attorney) and Ensemble
Don't Tag Along Archie Ames (an Exponent of Victorious Thought) and Boys
ACT 2Sung By
Syncopate Molly Ricardo (the Violin Maker's Daughter), "Chic" Jiggs (a News Vendor), Ted Miller (a Vaudevillian), Trix Morton (Miller's Dancing Partner) and Ensemble
Molly Darling Jack Stanton (a Club Attorney), Molly Ricardo (the Violin Maker's Daughter) and Boys
Contrary Mary Marivane (Niece of Mrs. Redwing), Archie Ames (an Exponent of Victorious Thought), "Spirit of Eve" and Girls
Melody Dreams Molly Ricardo (the Violin Maker's Daughter) and Ballet
An Afterthought "Chic" Jiggs (a News Vendor) and Girl
Spirit of the Radio Entire Company