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Forrest Theatre , (11/24/1925 - 1/30/1926)
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Opening Date:Nov 24, 1925   
Closing Date:Jan 30, 1926 Total Performances:81

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and a prologue
Setting: The Dover and Ballard Homes in New York City

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Edward Künneke; Book by Clifford Grey; Lyrics by Clifford Grey; Based on a play by Arthur Richman; Musical Director: Frank Cork; Additional music by Frank E. Tours, J. Fred Coots, Maurice Rubens and Pat Thayer; Additional lyrics by Donovan Parsons
Directed by William J. Wilson and Joseph Santley; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert; Choreographed by Earl Lindsay
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Frazee and Harriet Liebman
Charlotte Ayres Miss Watkins
Hazel Beamer Miss Kaye
Gaile Beverly Ursula
Sally Bronis Chorus
Kathryn Brown Chorus
Fred Burke Chorus
Margaret Byrnes Chorus
Marion Byrnes Chorus
Grace Candee Chorus
Nancy Carroll Jane
Jules Cross Harry
Nydia D'Arnell Rosamond Gill
George C. Deerking Chorus
Malcolm Duffield Chorus
Jean Duval Chorus
Josephine Duval The Gypsy's Daughter
Christine Ecklund Chorus
Charlotte Fitzgibbons Chorus
Will Gould Chorus
David Higgins Mr. Dover
Thelma Hoeffle Chorus
Nickolis Indiveri Chorus
Marie Jensen Chorus
Anthony King Chorus
George C. Lehrain Tom
June Leslie Chorus
Virginia Lloyd Mary
Theodora Loper Chorus
Ronnie Madison Chorus
Lida Mae Maid
Francetta Malloy Alice
Madeline Montelin Chorus
Ethel Morrison Mrs. Ballard
William O'Neal A Gypsy
Betty Pascu Chorus
Harry Pedersen Chorus
Joseph Santley Billy Ballard
Ivy Sawyer Elsie Dover
Elaine Sims Chorus
Sybil Stokes Chorus
Norman Sweetser Cicero
Kao Tortoni Chorus
Peaches Tortoni Chorus
William Valentine Rupert Hancock
Robert Woolsey Sam Robinson
music by Edward Künneke; lyrics by Clifford Grey
(Unless otherwise noted)

Whoa, Emma! The Gypsy's Daughter, Mary, Alice and Jane
(The) Road of Dreams
(music by Pat Thayer, J. Fred Coots and Maurice Rubens; lyrics by Donovan Parsons and Clifford Grey)
Elsie Dover and A Gypsy
ACT 1Sung By
How Do You Do? How Do You Do? Ensemble
The Grecian Bend Elsie Dover, Mrs. Ballard, Rosamond Gill and Ursula
Play Me a New Tune
(music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Rubens)
Rupert Hancock and Ursula
Foolish Wives Elsie Dover and Sam Robinson
Take a Little Walk
(music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Rubens)
Rosamond Gill, Ursula, Billy Ballard and Rupert Hancock
Seven Days Elsie Dover and Billy Ballard
ACT 2Sung By
The Lancers Rosamond Gill, Ursula, Mrs. Ballard, Sam Robinson and Rupert Hancock
Oh! Sam
(music by J. Fred Coots and Maurice Rubens)
Elsie Dover, Sam Robinson, Sylvia, Mary, Alice and Jane
Mayflower, I Love You
(music by Pat Thayer, J. Fred Coots and Maurice Rubens)
Elsie Dover and Billy Ballard
The Regiment Loves the Girls Rupert Hancock, Miss Watkins and Miss Kaye
Good Night Ladies Boys
Woman Billy Ballard and Sam Robinson
The Wedding Rehearsal Rosamond Gill, Ursula and Girls
Put Your Troubles in a Candy Box
(music by J. Fred Coots)
Billy Ballard, Sylvia, Jane, Alice, Miss Kaye, Miss Watkins and Mary
Down on a Country Farm Sam Robinson