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My Girl   

 
Vanderbilt Theatre , (11/24/1924 - 8/01/1925)
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Opening Date:Nov 24, 1924   
Closing Date:Aug 01, 1925 Total Performances:291

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and an interlude
Setting: The home of the White's, Judge Black's Court Room, and the Rainbow Club


Production Staff
Produced by Lyle D. Andrews
Music by Harry Archer; Book by Harlan Thompson; Lyrics by Harlan Thompson; Musical Director: Ernest Cutting
Staged by Walter Brooks
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Travis Banton and Milgrims
Cast
Rose Adaire Rose
Margaret Armstrong Mrs. Green
Helen Bolton Cynthia Redding
Josephine Bryce Goldie
Sybil Bursk Ruby
Gertrude Clemens Lily
Roger Gray "Pinkie"
Jack Hartley Harold Gray
Harry G. Keenan Nathaniel D. Green
Russell Mack Bob White
Liane Mamet Heliotrope
Lucila Mendez Cerise
Blanche O'Brien Coral
Harry Puck Oliver Green
Patrick Rafferty Judge Black
Harriet Ross Mrs. Brown
Marie Saxon Betty Brown
Marie Shea Orchid
Jane Taylor Mary White
Frances Upton Violet
Peggy Watts Olive
music by Harry Archer; lyrics by Harlan Thompson
ACT 1Sung By
A Little Place of Your Own Mary White and Betty Brown
Rainbow of Jazz Betty Brown, Oliver Green and Girls
They Say Cynthia Redding, Oliver Green and Harold Gray
You and I Cynthia Redding, Oliver Green and Girls
A Fellow Like Me Betty Brown and Oliver Green
Fifteen Minutes a Day Bob White and "Pinkie"
Desert Isle Cynthia Redding, Harold Gray and Girls
Before the Dawn Mary White
ACT 2Sung By
It Never Will Get You a Thing Bob White
There Was a Time Betty Brown and Girls
(Women,) You Women! Oliver Green and Girls
A Solo on the Drum Cynthia Redding, Bob White and Girls
Love-Sick Betty Brown and Oliver Green