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Annie Dear   

Times Square Theatre, (11/04/1924 - 1/31/1925)
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Opening Date: Nov 04, 1924    
Closing Date: Jan 31, 1925 Total Performances: 103

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: New York City and Long Island


Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Clare Kummer; Book by Clare Kummer; Lyrics by Clare Kummer; Additional music by Sigmund Romberg; Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz; Additional lyrics by Clifford Grey; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Staged by Edward Royce
Costume Design by Frances; Scenic Design by Karl Koeck
Cast
Edward Allan
Wenceslaus Wickham
Mary Almonti
Guest
Fred Arnold
Page
Abner Barnhart
Harry Jones
Kathleen Barrow
Cherie
Jason Bauer
Page
Spencer Bentley
Alec
Marguerite Boatwright
Gloria Brown
Dorothy Brown
Ruth Brown
Billie Burke
Annie Leigh
John Byam
Titcomb
Spencer Charters
James Ludgate
Joan Clement
Dogwood
Phyllis Cleveland
Ethel Deane
Gladys Coburn
Rendezvouz
Virginia Crane
Bonnie
Lawrence Crowe
Guest
Easter and Hazleton
Dance Specialty
Pearl Eaton
Gladys Brown
George Ferguson
Guest
Gavin Gordon
Harry Murchison
Florentine Gosnova
A Flower Girl
Alexander Gray
Wilbur Jennings
Marion Green
John Rawson
Evelyn Grieg
Anne
Ned Hamlin
Thomas Jones
Harold Hennessy
Guest
Barton Hepburn
Guest
Helen Herendeen
Deauville
Edna Johnson
Chinese Night
Frank Kingdon
Mr. Gosling
Norman Knox
Edward Jones
Mary Lawler
Gwen Morley
Nyo Lee
Guest
Rona Lee
Shelmerdene
Catherine Littlefield
Helen Brown
William May
Charles Jones
Gayle Mays
Murray Jones
Gertrude McDonald
Hazel Brown
Lelia McGuire
Guest
Marjorie Peterson
Muriel Darling
Anastasia Reilly
Lois Brown
Katherine Sacker
Lipstick
Charles Schenck
Guest
James Shelton
Page
Russell Smith
Charles Jones
Peggy Steele
Clematis
Ernest Truex
George Wimbledon
May Vokes
Lottie
Bobby Watson
Twilly
Jack Whiting
Alfred Weatherby
Alfred Wyart
Guest
music by Clare Kummer; lyrics by Clare Kummer
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Twilly of Fifth Avenue
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Twilly and Twilly Girls
Come to My Party Annie Leigh and John Rawson
The Only Girl
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
John Rawson, Alfred Weatherby, Wilbur Jennings, Jones Boys and Gentlemen of the Ensemble
Off to Wimblemere Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
In Love Again Brown Girls and Jones Boys
Help, Help, Help Lottie, James Ludgate, Alfred Weatherby, Ethel Deane, Gwen Morley and Wilbur Jennings
Slither, (Slither) Annie Leigh, Jones and Ensemble
Etiquette Twilly, Twilly Girls and Brown Girls
One Man Is Like Another
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Muriel Darling and Jones
I Want To Be Loved Annie Leigh and John Rawson
Whisper to Me
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
John Rawson
ACT 3 Sung By
Radio Voices Lottie and Twilly
Annie (Dear) Annie Leigh and George Wimbledon
Louwanna
(music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Wilbur Jennings, Ethel Deane, Gwen Morley and Ensemble
Gypsy Bride Lottie
Bertie
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey)
George Wimbledon, Brown Girls, Jones and Ensemble
A Comedy Fantasy