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Angel Face   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (12/29/1919 - 2/14/1920)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 29, 1919    
Closing Date: Feb 14, 1920 Total Performances: 57

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical play in three acts
Setting: The bachelor apartment shared by Arthur Griffin and Tom Larkins and the hotel lounge

Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Robert B. Smith; Based on a play by Zellah Covington and Jules Simonson; Musical Director: Harold Vicars
Musical Staging by Julian Alfred; Staged by George W. Lederer
Scenic Design by Herbert Moore; Costume Design by O'Kane Conwell; Lighting Design by Tony Greshoff
Tyler Brooke
Arthur Griffin
Audrey Burton
William Cameron
Flora Crosbie
Jack Donahue
Virginia Eastman
Minerva Grey
Howard Johnson
Rockwell Gibbs
Lucille Kent
Emilie Lea
Tessie Blythe
Muriel Manners
Sarah McVicker
Mrs. Larkins
Miriam Medie
Mary Milburn
Richard Pyle
Sandy Sharp
John Reinhard
Hugh Fairchild
George Schiller
Professor Barlow
Georgie Sewell
Marguerite St. Clair
Edna Stillwell
May Thompson
Bernard Thornton
Ira Mapes
Edna Von Buelow
Mrs. Zenoba Wise
Gertrude Wadelle
Anita Walton
June White
Irene Wylie
John E. Young
Tom Larkins
Lillian Young
Marguerite Zender
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
I Might Be Your Once-in-a-While Tom Larkins, Tessie Blythe and Ensemble
Sow Your Wild Oats Early Tom Larkins, Arthur Griffin, Hugh Fairchild, Rockwell Gibbs and Sandy Sharp
Everybody's Crazy Part of the Time Sandy Sharp and Ensemble
I Might Be Your Once-in-a-While (Reprise) Betty
Someone Like You Paula and Sandy Sharp
How Do You Get That Way? Rockwell Gibbs, Pearl, Sandy Sharp, Paula and Tom Larkins
ACT 2 Sung By
A Man Should Have a Double When He's Single Arthur Griffin and Girls
Say When Tom Larkins and Tessie Blythe
Lullaby (Bye Bye Baby) Tom Larkins
I Don't Want to Go Home Tessie Blythe and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
Tip Your Hat to Hatty Tessie Blythe
My Idea of Something to Go Home To Sandy Sharp, Paula , Hugh Fairchild, Lily, Rockwell Gibbs and Pearl
Those Since I Met You Days Paula , Arthur Griffin and Betty
Why Do They Make Them So Beautiful?
(lyrics by Melville Alexander and Robert B. Smith)
Tom Larkins and Girls
Topsy Turvy Slooch
If You Can Love Like You Can Dance Arthur Griffin and Moya