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New Amsterdam Theatre , (9/22/1925 - 12/11/1926)
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Opening Date:Sep 22, 1925   
Closing Date:Dec 11, 1926 Total Performances:517

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Southampton, England and New York City

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Gustave Salzer; Music arranged by Russell Bennett
Staged by Hassard Short; Dances arranged by Julian Mitchell and Dave Bennett; Marilyn Miller's Hunt Ball dance arranged by Alexis Kosloff; Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails' dances arranged by Dorothy Tiller; Marilyn Miller's dances with Boys produced by Fred Astaire
Scenic Design by James Reynolds; Costume Design by James Reynolds
General Manager: Nathaniel Roth
Stage Manager: Charles Mast and Philip Dunning
General Press Representative: William A. Page
Marilyn Miller "Sunny" Peters
Charles Angelo Bally Hoo
Alfred Arnold Boy
Russell Ash Boy
Jean Audree Show Girl
William Bennett Boy
Alice Brady Show Girl
Mary Brady Dancer
Elmer Brown First Ship's Officer
Irving Carter Boy
Gordon Clark Boy
Virginia Clark Dancer
Joan Clement Millicent Smythe
Vera Colburn Dancer
May Cornes One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Miriam Crosby Dancer
Betty Darling Dancer
Elizabeth Darling Dancer
Beatrice de Shaw Dancer
Frank Doane Siegfried Peters
Jack Donahue Jim Deering
Nellie Douglas One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Dorothy Durland Show Girl
Walter Fairmont Boy
Jeanne Fonda Diana Miles
Paul Frawley Tom Warren
Dean Freeman Boy
Helene Gardner Mlle. Sadie
Show Girl
Eddie Graham Second Groom
Pauline Hall Show Girl
Louis Harrison First Mate
Mary Hay "Weenie" Winters
Grace Holt One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Esther Howard Sue Warren
Wensley Johnston Boy
Ray Justus Boy
Pert Kelton Magnolia
Julia Lane Dancer
Myrtle Lane Dancer
Helen MacDonald Dancer
Trude Marr Show Girl
Lucy Monroe Show Girl
Lee Moore Boy
Roy Moore Boy
Bill O'Donnell Boy
Donald Oltrash Boy
Elsa Peterson Marcia Manners
Nickie Pittell Dancer
Elva Pomfret Dancer
Richard Renaud Boy
Phyllis Reynolds Dancer
Lelia Riley One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Adelaide Robinson Dancer
Minard Roosa Boy
Don Rowen Groom
Rita Royce Dancer
William Sholar, Jr. Boy
Iris Smith One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Peggy Sowden One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Harry Spencer Second Ship's Officer
Hilda Wynn Stanley One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Jet Stanley Dancer
Louise Starck Dancer
Marshall D. Sullivan Boy
Marion Swords Dancer
Ward Tallman Sam
Ayres Tavitt Boy
Norma Taylor Dancer
Billy Walsh Boy
Doris Waterworth One of the Eight Marilyn Miller Cocktails
Clifton Webb Harold Harcourt Wendell-Wendell
Maxine Wells Show Girl
Ted Wenning Boy
James Wilson Ship's Captain
Louis Yaeckel Boy
ACT 1Sung By
Opening Ensemble
Sunny Tom Warren and the Boys
Who? "Sunny" Peters and Tom Warren
So's Your Old Man Harold Harcourt Wendell-Wendell and The Marilyn Cocktails
Let's Say Good Night Till It's Morning Jim Deering and "Weenie" Winters
Do You Love Me? "Sunny" Peters
Dance Jim Deering
The Wedding Knell "Sunny" Peters and the Boys
Two Little Birds Harold Harcourt Wendell-Wendell and "Weenie" Winters
ACT 2Sung By
When We Get Our Divorce "Sunny" Peters and Jim Deering
Sunshine Marcia Manners
Who? (Reprise)"Sunny" Peters and Tom Warren
Dance Ensemble
Strolling Or What Have You? Harold Harcourt Wendell-Wendell and "Weenie" Winters
Magnolia In the Woods Magnolia
The Hunt Dance "Sunny" Peters
Finale "Sunny" Peters and Entire Company