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Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (5/19/1924 - circa. 10/1925)
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Opening Date: May 19, 1924    
Closing Date: Oct 1925 Total Performances: 592

Category: Musical, Comedy, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Prater in Vienna; Drawing Room in the house of Kranz; Schubert's lodgings.


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Franz Schubert; Book by Dorothy Donnelly
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Cast
Robert Lee Allen
Kranz
Anna Bell
Chorus
Bee Brady
Kitzi
Lee Bright
Binder
Fenita DeSoria
Bella Bruna
Greek Evans
Franz Schubert
Arthur Geary
Baron Franz Schober
Elizabeth Hunt
Mrs. Coberg
Ruth Ingalsbe
Chorus
Alma Keller
Fritzi
William Lilling
Von Schwind
Oliver T. McCormick
Erkmann
Margaret Merle
Mitzi
Ulysses Morell
A Violinist
Edward Orchard
Kuepelweiser
Ruth Randall
Rose
Gregory Ratoff
Count Sharntoff
Ruth Remington
Dancer
Harry F. Scott
Waiter
Verna Shaff
Greta
Otis Sheridan
Novotny
Isabel Vernon
Mrs. Kranz
Cliff Whitcombe
Vogel
ACT 1 Sung By
Melody Triste Bella Bruna
Three Little Maids Mitzi, Fritzi, Kitzi and Chorus
Serenade Baron Franz Schober, Franz Schubert, Vogel, Kuepelweiser, Von Schwind and Hansy
My Springtime Thou Art Baron Franz Schober, Franz Schubert, Vogel, Kuepelweiser, Von Schwind and Hansy
Song of Love Franz Schubert and Mitzi
ACT 2 Sung By
Moment Musicale Franz Schubert, Hansy and Danseuse
Love Is a Riddle Baron Franz Schober, Binder, Erkmann, Mitzi, Fritzi, Kitzi and Girls
Let Me Awake Bella Bruna and Baron Franz Schober
Tell Me Daisy Mitzi and Franz Schubert
Only One Love Ever Fills the Heart Mitzi and Baron Franz Schober
ACT 3 Sung By
Keep It Dark Bella Bruna, Vogel, Von Schwind and Kuepelweiser
Lonely Hearts Mitzi, Fritzi, Kitzi, Greta and Franz Schubert