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New Amsterdam Theatre , (11/28/1934 - 4/27/1935)
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Opening Date:Nov 28, 1934   
Closing Date:Apr 27, 1935 Total Performances:158

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A township in Andalusia, Spain. Approximately 1800.
Comments: Opened 11/28/34, closed 12/15/34 after 22 perfs.; re-opened 12/24/34, closed 4/27/35 after 135 perfs.

Production Staff
Produced by Arch Selwyn and Harold B. Franklin
Book by Howard Dietz; Lyrics by Howard Dietz; Music by Arthur Schwartz; A variation on the old Spanish folk tale "El Sombrero de Tres Picos" by Pedro A. de Alarcon; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett; Musical Director: Victor Baravalle
Dance ensembles by Michael Mordkin; Staged by Theodore Komisarjevsky
Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson; Costume Design by Constance Ripley
General Manager: Ben Stein
General Stage Manager: Zeke Colvan; Stage Manager: Gerald Phillips; Assistant Stage Mgr: George Kirk
Conducted by Max Meth
Press Representative: Monte Proser
Libby Holman Maria
Georges Metaxa Carlos
The Miller
Charles Winninger Don Emilio
Gobernador of the Province
Joseph Macaulay Alonzo
Doorman at the Official Residence
Helen Arden Josefa
Walter Armin Salvador
A Bailiff
Beatrice Berens Vocal Ensemble
Dona Isabella's Maid
Gertrude Berggren Vocal Ensemble
Marcus Blechman Dancing Ensemble
Geraldine Bork Vocal Ensemble
Andre Charise Dancing Ensemble
Ilka Chase Dona Isabella
Wife of Don Emilio
Natalia Danesi Constantina
Margaret Daum Vocal Ensemble
Frank Davenport Vocal Ensemble
Marguerite De Anguera Dancing Ensemble
Nunez de Polanco Dancing Soloist
Madeline de Souter Vocal Ensemble
Berta Donn Juanita
Dona Isabella's Maid
Tamara Doriva Dancing Soloist
John Dunbar Dancing Ensemble
William Elliott Dancing Ensemble
Frances Farnsworth Dancing Soloist
Raoul Fernandez Dancing Ensemble
David Friedkin Dancing Ensemble
Ernestine Henoch Dancing Ensemble
Hernandez Brothers Guitarist
Eleanor King Dancing Ensemble
George Kirk Eduardo
a Solider, Maria's cousin
Ada Korvin Dancing Ensemble
Marion Lawrence Dancing Ensemble
Margaret Lee Margarita
Carlos' cousin
Tom Long Dancing Ensemble
Earle MacVeigh Vocal Ensemble
Gene Martel Dancing Ensemble
Paul Mathis Dancing Ensemble
Rex O'Malley Pablo
Rosita Ortega The Dancer at Manuelo's Tavern
Dancing Soloist
Harry Pick Dancing Ensemble
Detmar Poppen Miguel Rodriguez
The Mayor
Frances Reid Dancing Ensemble
Hyla Roberts Dancing Ensemble
Charles Scanlon Vocal Ensemble
Ivy Scott Consuela
Sidney Stark Vocal Ensemble
George Thornton Mule Driver
Rowan Tudor Vocal Ensemble
Omero Valencia Dancing Soloist
Bianca Volland Dancing Ensemble
Eleanor Waldon Vocal Ensemble
Herman Weiner Dancing Ensemble
Cliff Whitcombe Vocal Ensemble
Jay Wilson Manuelo
Proprietor of the Tavern
Molly Wood Dancing Ensemble
Paula Yasgour Dancing Ensemble
music by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Howard Dietz
ACT 1Sung By
Flamenco Dancing Soloists
When You Love Only One Maria
Never Marry a Dancer Margarita (Carlos' cousin)
If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You Carlos (The Miller)
In the Noonday Sun Consuela and Ensemble
That Fellow Manuelo Alonzo (Doorman at the Official Residence), Carlos (The Miller), Company, Dancing Soloists, Guitarists and Ensemble
In the Noonday Sun (Reprise)Carlos (The Miller) and Company
Think It Over Don Emilio (Gobernador of the Province)
Maria Carlos (The Miller), Maria and Ensemble
My Father Said Carlos (The Miller), Margarita (Carlos' cousin) and Ensemble
You and the Night and the Music Carlos (The Miller) and Maria
ACT 2Sung By
Once-in-a-While Margarita (Carlos' cousin), Miguel Rodriguez (The Mayor) and Ensemble
That Fellow Manuelo (Reprise)Carlos (The Miller) and Ensemble
In the Middle of the Night Alonzo (Doorman at the Official Residence) and Ensemble
Wad'ring Heart Maria