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Cross My Heart   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/17/1928 - 11/10/1928)
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Opening Date: Sep 17, 1928    
Closing Date: Nov 10, 1928 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: At Mrs. T. Montgomery Gobble's home; in the Slave Ship Café, Greenwich Village


Production Staff
Produced by Sammy Lee
Music by Harry Tierney; Book by Daniel Kusell; Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy; Musical Director: Louis Gress; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh
Choreographed by Sammy Lee; Staged by John Harwood; Production Supervised by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Mabel E. Johnston
Orchestra: The Rialto Trio's Brunswick Recording Orchestra
Mary Lawlor appears by courtesy of Charles B. Dillingham
Cast
Bill Antonius
Ensemble
Franklyn Ardell
Tommy Fitzgerald
Amy Atkinson
Beatrice Van Ness
Arvil Avery
Marie
Specialty Dancer
Ann Ayres
Ensemble
Joey Benton
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Antoinette Boots
Ensemble
Dorothy Bow
Finnie
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Ann Brown
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Dowell Brown
Ensemble
Bobbe Campbell
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Hal Clyne
Ensemble
Eddie Conrad
The Maharajah of Mah-Ha
Warren Crosby
Ensemble
Bill Drewes
Ensemble
Geneva Duker
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Doris Eaton
Elsie Gobble
Harry Evans
Maxie Squeeze
Edgar Fairchild
Member of the Rialto Trio
Grace Fleming
Ensemble
Helene Gardner
Ensemble
Elvira Giersdorf
Elvira
Irene Giersdorf
Irene
Rae Giersdorf
Rae
Bob Gilbert
Specialty Dancer
Ona Hamilton
Ensemble
Bernard Hassert
Ensemble
Helen Hermes
Ensemble
Beth Holt
Ensemble
Topsy Humphrey
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Harriet Ingersoll
Ensemble
Madeline Janis
Ensemble
Genevieve Kent
Ensemble
Lillian Lamonte
Ensemble
Mary Lawlor
Sally Blake
Martin Le Roy
Bennett
Member of the Rialto Trio
Stanley Lewis
Ensemble
Marie Marceline
Ensemble
Edith Martin
Cigarette Girl
Charles McClelland
Ensemble
Lulu McConnell
Mrs. T. Montgomery Gobble
Nesha Medwin
Ensemble
Muriel Moore
Ensemble
Florence Murray
Ensemble
Clarence Nordstrom
Richard Todd
Dorothy Patterson
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Elsie Pedrick
Ensemble
Charles Peters
Member of the Rialto Trio
A Guest Artiste
Ralph Rainger
Member of the Rialto Trio
Ramon Rameau
Member of the Rialto Trio
Anna Rex
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Wilburn Riviere
Ensemble
Ruth Savoy Miller
Ensemble
Daniel Sparks
Ensemble
Cora Stephens
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Frances Stone
One of the Ten Little Tappers
Wynn Terry
Ensemble
Peggy Udell
Ensemble
Bobby Watson
Charles Graham
Jerry White
Ensemble
music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Joseph McCarthy
ACT 1 Sung By
Step Up and Pep Up the Party Charles Graham and Ensemble
Sold Elsie Gobble, Charles Graham and Ensemble
Dream Sweetheart Sally Blake and Ensemble
Salaaming the Rajah Mrs. T. Montgomery Gobble, Charles Graham and Ensemble
Right Out of Heaven Into My Arms Sally Blake and Richard Todd
Right Out of Heaven Into My Arms (Reprise) Sally Blake and Richard Todd
Dream Sweetheart (Reprise) Sally Blake and Elsie Gobble
Step Up and Pep Up the Party (Reprise) Slave Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
In the Garden of Noor-Ed-Deen A Guest Artiste and Ensemble
Right Out of Heaven Into My Arms (Reprise) Sally Blake and Ensemble
Come Along, Sunshine Sally Blake, Elsie Gobble, Richard Todd, Charles Graham, Maxie Squeeze and Ensemble
Such Is Fame Mrs. T. Montgomery Gobble, The Maharajah of Mah-Ha, Charles Graham, Tommy Fitzgerald and Maxie Squeeze
Lady Whipporwill Richard Todd, Sally Blake and Ensemble
Good Days and Bad Days Mrs. T. Montgomery Gobble, The Maharajah of Mah-Ha, Specialty Dancer, Elsie Gobble and Ensemble
Come Along, Sunshine (Reprise) Entire Company
Thanks for a Darn Nice Time Everybody