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Always You   

Central Theatre, (1/05/1920 - Closing date unknown)
Lyric Theatre, (1/26/1920 - 2/28/1920)
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Opening Date: Jan 05, 1920    
Closing Date: Feb 28, 1920 Total Performances: 66

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Trouville, France in August of 1918, the grounds of a hotel in Trouville in August of 1919, and the lounge of the Trouville Casino


Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Music by Herbert P. Stothart; Book by Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Herbert P. Stothart
Directed by Arthur Hammerstein; Choreographed by Robert Marks
Costume Design by Homer Conant; Scenic Design by Julius Dove
Pianist: Burton Green
Cast
Joseph Barton
Thomas
Rose Cardiff
Ensemble
Jose Carmen
Ensemble
Eduardo Ciannelli
An East Indian Peddler
Virginia Clark
Ensemble
Cortez and Peggy
Dancers
Elinore Cullen
Ensemble
Helen Ford
Toinette Fontaine
Bernard Gorcey
A Mysterious Conspirator
George Hale
Ensemble
Lillian Held
Ensemble
Ralph C. Herz
Montmorency Jones
Leo Howe
Ensemble
Julie Kelety
Julie Fontaine
Russell Mack
Charlie Langford
Irma Marwick
Ensemble
Gene Morrison
Ensemble
Helen Neff
Ensemble
Marietta O'Brien
Ensemble
Mildred Rowland
Ensemble
Emily Russ
A Waitress
Ensemble
Memphis Russell
Ensemble
Walter Scanlan
Bruce Nash
Anna Seymour
Joan Summers
Marvee Snow
Ensemble
Jacques Stone
Ensemble
Beatrice Summers
Ensemble
Jack Zambouli
Ensemble
ACT 1 Sung By
Always You Toinette Fontaine and Bruce Nash
The Voice of Bagdad An East Indian Peddler
A Wonderful War Julie Fontaine and Chorus
Always You (Reprise) Toinette Fontaine
I Never Miss Charlie Langford and Girls
Syncopated Heart Toinette Fontaine and Charlie Langford
Same Old Places Toinette Fontaine and Bruce Nash
Some Big Something Joan Summers
Mysterioso Montmorency Jones, Thomas and A Mysterious Conspirator
My Pousse-cafe Julie Fontaine and Montmorency Jones
ACT 2 Sung By
I'll Say So Charlie Langford and Joan Summers
Do You Remember? Julie Fontaine and Toinette Fontaine
Woman Montmorency Jones
Always You (Reprise) Bruce Nash
Drifting (On) Bruce Nash
The Tired Business Man Joan Summers and Charlie Langford
   
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