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Babes in Toyland   

Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (12/23/1929 - 1/11/1930)
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Opening Date: Dec 23, 1929    
Closing Date: Jan 11, 1930 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Comedy, Extravaganza, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Toyland

Production Staff
Produced by Jolson Theatre Musical Comedy Company
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Glen MacDonough
Staged by Milton Aborn
William Balfour
Uncle Barnaby
Frances Baviello
Simple Simon
Evelyn Brown
Tommy Tucker
Margaret Byers
Betty Byron
Donald Catlin
2nd Dandy
Rupert Darrell
Louis Diamond
Santa Claus
Dene Dickens
Boy Blue
A Fairy
Helen Etheridge
Miss Muffett
Martha Gale
Curly Locks
Frank Gallagher
Eleanor Gilmore
Sallie Waters
Wee Griffin
Chester Herman
Leotabel Lane
Contrary Mary
Barry Lupino
Bobby Shaftoe
The Baby Bear
Ethel Lynne
Little Red Riding Hood
W.J. McCarthy
Inspector Marmaduke
Frances Moore
Mona Moray
Helen Rae
Dean Raymond
The Master Toymaker
Bernie Sager
The Brown Bear
Adele Savoye
Joseph Schrode
The Giant Spider
Marcella Swanson
Tom Tom
Mary Thurman
Jayne Waterous
The Widow Piper
Frank Yanelli
1st Dandy
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Glen MacDonough
ACT 1 Sung By
Don't Cry, Bo-Peep (Never MInd, Bo-Peep, We Will Find Your Sheep) Bo-Peep, Tom Tom and Widow Piper's Children
Floretta Alan and Chorus
Mary Mary Chorus
Barney O'Flynn Contrary Mary and Chorus
I Can't Do the Sum Jane and Widow Piper's Children
Slumber Deep Jack and Wood Spirits
ACT 2 Sung By
Christmas Fair Waltz Chorus
Rock-a-bye Baby Alan and Chorus
Beatrice Barefacts (from IT HAPPENED IN NORDLAND) Jane and Inspector Marmaduke
Toy Soldiers' March and Military Ball Alan, Jane and Full Chorus
The Toymakers (Shop) Male Chorus
Toyland Tom Tom and Male Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Before and After Alan and Contrary Mary