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Bye, Bye, Barbara   

National Theatre, (8/25/1924 - 9/06/1924)
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Opening Date: Aug 25, 1924    
Closing Date: Sep 06, 1924 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Arlington Hotel in Santa Barbara


Production Staff
Produced by Adolphe Mayer and Theodore J. Hammerstein
Music by Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders; Book by Sidney Toler and Alonzo Price; Lyrics by Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders; Musical Director: Antonio Bafunno; Music orchestrated by William Redfield
Staged by Alonzo Price
Costume Design by William Weaver; Scenic Design by Walter Shaffner
Cast
Rita Adams
Ensemble
Jean Benton
Ensemble
Joe Bernella
Ensemble
Louis Brown
Ensemble
Arthur Burckly
Stanley Howard
Colin Campbell
George Frothingham
Marion Dale
Ensemble
Madeleine Dare
Ensemble
Charlotte Davis
Sparks
Ensemble
Lillian Day
Ensemble
Peggy Ellis
Ensemble
Lillian Fitzgerald
Paulette
Billy B. Greene
Chin Lee
Bernice Hampshire
Ensemble
Matt Hanley
Capt. Hal Cuttle
Jack Hazzard
The Great Karloff
Ruth Jewell
Ensemble
May Johnson
Ensemble
Mildred Keats
Marjorie Palmer
George Lynch
Tom Wiggins
Charles Mantia
Ensemble
Dan Marble
Sheriff Bisbee
Mary Mellinger
Ensemble
Hope Minor
Ensemble
Ann Nita
Ann
Agnes O'Laughlin
Ensemble
Phyllis Pearce
Phyllis
Lucille Pryor
Ensemble
Stanley Ridges
Phillip Graham
Albert Sackett
John Palmer
Neida Snow
Ensemble
William Jay Spencer
Ensemble
Harold Spinelli
Ensemble
Jack Spinelly
Ensemble
Marian Squire
Ensemble
Janet Velie
Barbara Palmer
Fay West
Fay
music by Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders; lyrics by Alma M. Sanders and Monte Carlo
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
China Friends and Chin Lee
Live for Today Phyllis, Ann and Friends
Curiosity Marjorie Palmer, Phyllis, Ann and Friends
Kiss Invention Barbara Palmer, Marjorie Palmer and Fay
Quaint Little House (Built for Two) Stanley Howard and Barbara Palmer
Gee, You Must Be in Love Phillip Graham and Marjorie Palmer
Bo-Peep Barbara Palmer, Stanley Howard, Shepherd Boys and Lambs
Bye, Bye, Barbara
ACT 2 Sung By
Harmony Stanley Howard, Barbara Palmer and Friends
Pas Seul Marjorie Palmer
Amusing Myself Paulette
As Kipling Says (I Learned About Women from Her)
(lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
The Great Karloff
Sitting' in Clover Phillip Graham, Marjorie Palmer and Ensemble
Why Don't They Leave the Sheik Alone The Great Karloff
Pas Seul (Reprise) Phyllis and Cigarette Girls
Quaint Little House (Built for Two) (Reprise) Fay and Paulette