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A Night in Venice   

Shubert Theatre, (5/21/1929 - circa. 9/1929)
Majestic Theatre, (9/16/1929 - 10/19/1929)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 21, 1929    
Closing Date: Oct 19, 1929 Total Performances: 175

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Extravaganza in Two Acts


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Shubert Theatre Corporation (Lee and J. J. Shubert, Directors)
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Lee Davis and Maury Rubens; Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe; Featuring songs by Vincent Youmans; Additional orchestrations by Vincent Youmans; Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Max Meth
Directed by Lew Morton and Thomas A. Hart; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester Hale
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Erté, George Barbier and Ernest Schrapps
Cast
Ted Healy
Ted
Ann Seymour
Irene Trainer
The Dodge Sisters
Performer
Arthur Havel
Bud O'Neill
Morton Havel
Jack Graham
Stanley Rogers
Performer
Betty Allen
Dancing Girl
Walter Armin
Ernest Fairworth
Count Muzzini
Enjio Badii
Beppo
Bobbie Baker
Allen Foster Girl
Julia Barker
Show Girl
Bear
Performer
James H. Beattie
Boy
Lillian Bennett
Chester Hale Girl
Allen Blair
Boy
Adeline Bornheim
Chester Hale Girl
Fodi Brown
Performer
John Byam
Harry DeCosta
Performer
Myrtle Candee
Show Girl
Bobby Carswell
Allen Foster Girl
Emmita Casanova
Show Girl
Anita Case
Maria Livia
Dorothy Chadwick
Dancing Girl
Louise Chowning
Show Girl
Dudley Clements
Ambrose Trainer
Marion Crozan
Show Girl
Dorothy Davies
Chester Hale Girl
Marvelle Dawn
Show Girl
Blanche de Clerc
Chester Hale Girl
Evelyn Dehkes
Dancing Girl
Peggy DeRoy
Allen Foster Girl
Paul DeWees
Performer
Erma Echt
Chester Hale Girl
Billy Fanning
Show Girl
Ferral and Paul
Performer
Larry Fine
Larry
Evelyn Ford
Chester Hale Girl
Allen Foster Girls
Performer
Judy Garey
Allen Foster Girl
Hal Gibson
Boy
Marion Gillon
Show Girl
Gladys Glorita
Chester Hale Girl
Gladys Granzow
Dancing Girl
Sarah Granzow
Performer
Dancing Girl
La Vonne Gundry
Chester Hale Girl
Edward Hackett
Boy
Chester Hale Girls
Performer
Agnes Hickey
Chester Hale Girl
Mary Hiscox
Chester Hale Girl
Olive Hollingshead
Dancing Girl
Harry Howard
Moe
Shemp Howard
Shemp
Adele Jay
Allen Foster Girl
Frances Johnson
Chester Hale Girl
The Johnsons
Performer
Tommy Kerns
Boy
Irene King
Show Girl
Jeane Kroll
Chester Hale Girl
Hazel Landeres
Chester Hale Girl
James Lee
Boy
Laura Lee
Josephine Gray
Edna Lynn
Show Girl
Ruth Martin
Allen Foster Girl
James Maxwell
Boy
Betty Mayfair
Allen Foster Girl
Polly McCann
Allen Foster Girl
Charles McClelland
Boy
Joe Michon
Performer
Peter Michon
Performer
Gladys Miller
Allen Foster Girl
Kay Norwood
Show Girl
Lee Nutter
Allen Foster Girl
Jackie Paige
May Gray
Dancing Girl
Dorothy Pierce
Chester Hale Girl
Jerry Pole
Allen Foster Girl
Florence Powell
Performer
Show Girl
Jack Ray
Boy
Betsy Rees
Performer
E. Riadnoff
Performer
Fred Sanborn
Freddy
Shadurskaya and Kuderoff
Performer
Evelyn Shields
Chester Hale Girl
Doris Smith
Allen Foster Girl
Ed Stanbridge
Boy
Mozel Stapp
Show Girl
Stevens Brothers
Performer
George Terechenko
Performer
Edna Tobin
Allen Foster Girl
David Tuli
Mussolini
Peggy Udell
Show Girl
Jeannette Waite
Dancing Girl
Gertrude Westling
Chester Hale Girl
Evelyn Wetherbee
Show Girl
Halfred Young
Performer
music by Lee David and Maury Rubens; lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Sliding Down a Silver Cloud Jack Graham, Bud O'Neill, May Gray and Josephine Gray
The Lure of the Night with the Ile de France on the Horizon Performer
One Night of Love Beppo, Maria Livia, Venetian Quartette and Ensemble
Cellini's Plate Maria Livia, Harry DeCosta and Venetian Quartette
Fans Harry DeCosta
The One Girl
(music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II)
Harry DeCosta, Maria Livia, Performer, Josephine Gray, May Gray and Entire Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Lido Shores Harry DeCosta and Entire Ensemble
The Stork Don't Come Around Anymore Bud O'Neill, Jack Graham and Harry DeCosta
The Legend of Leda Maria Livia and Harry DeCosta
Little Old Dreamy New York Harry DeCosta, Maria Livia and Venetian Ensemble
Tondelayo Performer