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A Lady Says Yes   

Broadhurst Theatre, (1/10/1945 - 3/25/1945)
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Opening Date: Jan 10, 1945    
Closing Date: Mar 25, 1945 Total Performances: 87

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Venice, China, and Washington D.C. in 1545 and 1945


Production Staff
Produced by J. J. Shubert; Produced in association with Clayton Ashley
Music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin; Book by Clayton Ashley; Lyrics by Stanley Adams; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bud Burton; Musical Director: Ving Merlin
Choreographed by Boots McKenna; Ballets choreographed by Natalie Kamarova
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Lou Eisele; Lighting Design by William Thomas
Company Manager: George Oshrin
Stage Manager: Art Mayberry
Press Representative: C. P. Greneker and Walter Alford
Cast
Lucas Aco
Dancer
Jack Albertson
Doctor
Dr. Bartoli
Jack Allen
Dancer
Christine Ayres
Christine
Doris Brent
Ensemble
Jan Brooks
Ensemble
Fred Catania
Killer Pepoli
Pittman Corry
Captain Gordon
Captain Desiri
Madeleine Detry
Dancer
Blanche Grady
Third Nurse
Rosa
Albertina Horstmann
Dancer
Jackson Jordan
Second Nurse
Carmela
Martha King
Isabella
Al Klein
Second
Carole Landis
Ghisella
Helena Le Berthon
First Nurse
Francesca
Patricia Leith
Dancer
Jeanne Lewis
Dancer
Arthur Maxwell
Anthony Caufield
Earl McDonald
Dr. Gaspare
Eddie Miller
Dancer
Steve Mills
Pantaloon
Candace Montgomery
Ensemble
Bobby Morris
Scapino
Joseph Paz
Dancer
Susan Pearce
Dancer
Sue Ryan
Licetta
Francelia Schmidt
Page Boy
Dancer
Helen Schmidt
Dancer
Fredi Sears
Ensemble
Jacqueline Susann
Hildegarde
Alice Swanson
Dancer
Eddie Wells
Dancer
music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin; lyrics by Stanley Adams
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Viva Vitamins Ensemble
You're the Lord of Any Manor Ensemble
Take My Heart With You Isabella and Anthony Caufield
Without a Caress Ghisella and Ladies of the Ensemble
I Wonder Why You Wander Licetta, Scapino and Ensemble
I Don't Care What They Say About Me Anthony Caufield and Ensemble
A Hop, A Skip, A Jump, A Look Judges
A Pillow for His Royal Head Chambermaids
Don't Wake Them Up Too Soon Ghisella and Ladies of the Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
You're More Than a Name and an Address Ghisella and Anthony Caufield
Brooklyn U.S.A.
(music by Will Morrissey; lyrics by Will Morrissey)
Licetta
I'm Setting My Cap for a Throne Ghisella
Leave us let things alone like they was
(music by Harold D. Cohen; lyrics by Bud Burton)
Licetta
It's the Girl Everytime, It's the Girl Anthony Caufield and Ladies of the Ensemble
You're More Than a Name and an Address (Reprise) Ghisella and Anthony Caufield