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The Street Singer   

Shubert Theatre, (9/17/1929 - 2/1930)
Royale Theatre, (2/17/1930 - 3/07/1930)
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Opening Date: Sep 17, 1929    
Closing Date: Mar 07, 1930 Total Performances: 191

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Foyer of the Café Royal in Paris; Reception Room in George's Summer Place; the Foyer and the Green Room of the Folies Bergère.

Production Staff
Produced by Busby Berkeley
Music by John Gilbert, Nicholas Kempner and Sam Timberg; Book by Cyrus Wood and Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Graham John; Featuring songs by Richard Meyers; Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward Eliscu; Musical Director: Pierre De Reeder
Directed by Busby Berkeley
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Orry Kelly and George Barbier
Jane AldenMabel Brown
Anne AustinEnsemble
Edith BlaireEnsemble
Milton BrodusEnsemble
Virla BurleyEnsemble
Peggy CornellMuriel
Don CortezFirst Tourist
Ruth CunliffeEnsemble
Maxine DarrellEnsemble
Clark EgglestonEnsemble
Mary FerberEnsemble
Frank GagenSecond Tourist
Ed GarvieColonel Brown
Helen HallEnsemble
Larry HoganSecond Agent of Police
Rita HoganEnsemble
Catherine HuthEnsemble
Barrett JamesEnsemble
Walter JohnsonDoorman
Manager of Folies Bergere
Theatre Attendant
Dorothy JoyEnsemble
Jack KelleyWaiter
Nell KellyAnnette
Agnes KieltyEnsemble
Frank LalorPrefect of Police
Elsie LauritsenEnsemble
Barbara LeeEnsemble
Dora LeeEnsemble
Nick LongRonnie
Jane LoveEnsemble
Jimmy LymanThe Baron
Hazel MaguireEnsemble
Audrey MapleErminie
Isabelle McLaughlinEnsemble
May MeerisEnsemble
Mildred MorganEnsemble
Harry K. MortonLouis
Betty O'DayEnsemble
Marian PalmerLouise
Shirley ParshallEnsemble
Phil ReepManager of Cafe Royal
Jean Baptiste
Guy RobertsonGeorge
Cesar RomeroJohn
Kathryn RossEnsemble
Kay RossA Lady
George SaylorEnsemble
Ruth ShieldsClaire
Arthur ShnitzerEnsemble
Queenie SmithSuzette
Dorothy SnowdenEnsemble
Grace StognerEnsemble
Bentley StoneFirst Agent of Police
Jean SwansonEnsemble
Peggy TebbsEnsemble
Wynn TerryEnsemble
Andrew TombesPicot
Jean WatsonEnsemble
Marjorie YoungerEnsemble
music by Nicholas Kempner,Sam Timberg and ; lyrics by Graham John
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
You Never Can TellMabel Brown, Ronnie, Muriel and Ensemble
I AmAnnette and Louis
When Everything Is Hunky-DorySuzette and George
The Girl That I'll AdoreGeorge and Ensemble
You've Made Me Happy TodaySuzette and George
Somebody Quite Like YouMuriel, Ronnie and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
StatuesAnnette, Louis and Girls
Oh Theobald, Oh ElmerPicot and Prefect of Police
From Now On
(music by Richard Meyers; lyrics by Edward Eliscu)
Suzette and George
Knocking on WoodRonnie and Ensemble