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Dancing Around   

Winter Garden Theatre, (10/10/1914 - 2/13/1915)
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Opening Date: Oct 10, 1914    
Closing Date: Feb 13, 1915 Total Performances: 145

Category: Musical, Revue, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in Two Acts, 12 Scenes.
Setting: London and Venice


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sigmund Romberg and Harry Carroll; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Music orchestrated by Oscar Radin and Frank Saddler; Music arranged by Melville Ellis; Additional music by Jack Judge and Jean Gilbert; Additional lyrics by Harry Williams
Choreographed by Jack Mason; Staged by J. C. Huffman
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Lighting Design by Nick Kronyack; Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman, H. Robert Law, George Williams and James Surridge; Train effect by Lincoln J. Carter and Thomas A. Morris
Cast
Fred Bates
Chorus
Rita Bates
Chorus
Phil Branson
Fireman
Butler
Eleanor Brown
Chorus
Shirley
Berti Burwell
Chorus
Marie Caldwell
Chorus
Dorothy Cameron
Chorus
Hazel Cameron
Chorus
Jack Carlton
Chorus
Frank Carter
Lieutenant Harry Graham
Jean Crane
Chorus
Cecil Cunningham
Beulah Elliott
Olive Dale
Chorus
Aimee Dalmores
Clarice
Jeanne Dare
Chorus
Harry Davis
Chorus
Mae Dealy
Chorus
Lucy
Ethel Dennison
Chorus
Harland Dixon
Lieutenant Tommy
Kitty Doner
Pinky Roberts
Ted Doner
Chorus
James Doyle
Lieutenant Larry
Bert Dunlap
Chorus
Doris Easton
Chorus
Melville Ellis
John Elliott
Verne Fitzpatrick
Chorus
Earl Fox
Lieutenant Robert
Joy Gardner
Chorus
Effie Graham
Miss Thames
Chorus
Bernard Granville
Lieutenant Hartley
Bessie Gray
Chorus
Mabel Grete
Chorus
Estelle Hadden
Chorus
Agnes Hall
Chorus
Grace Hall
Chorus
Irwin Hardy
Chorus
Ruth Heil
Chorus
Olga Hempstone
Dora
Chorus
Caroline Hennessy
Chorus
Rita Hernbrook
Chorus
Katherine Hill
Miss Gerard
Chorus
Mabel Hill
Messenger Boy
Chorus
Natalie Holt
Chorus
Howard Johnson
Chorus
Katherine Johnson
Chorus
Al Jolson
Monsieur Jean
Gus
Ethel Kinley
Chorus
Margie Kivel
Chorus
Gladys Lang
Chorus
Fred Leslie
Lord Graham
Lester Lewis
Chorus
Helen Lorraine
Chorus
Mildred Manning
Patricia
Helen Marche
Chorus
Ruth Maybee
Chorus
Marion McDonald
Chorus
Mary McDonald
Chorus
Eileen Molyneux
Ethel
Marion Mooney
Chorus
Dorothy Moran
Chorus
Lotta Morse
Chorus
Dorothy Nita
Chorus
Helen O'Day
Chorus
Peter O'Neill
Chorus
Georgia O'Ramey
Tillie
Maid
Marjorie Palmer
Chorus
Catherine Perry
Chorus
Lee Phelps
Chorus
Mai Poth
Chorus
Queene Queenen
Chorus
Dorothy Quinn
Chorus
Harold A. Robe
Train Announcer
Mary Robson
Mlle. Mitzi
Violet Rochlitz
Chorus
Clint Russell
Chorus
James Simpson
Chorus
Gladys Smith
Chorus
Raymond Smith
Chorus
Alice Van Ryker
Chorus
La Vina
Chorus
Al Walton
Chorus
Clifton Webb
Clarence
Lucy Weston
Annette Truesdale
Miss Social Leader
Peggy Whitney
Chorus
Harry Wilcox
Chorus
Genevieve Wilmont
Chorus
Charles Wilson
Chorus
music by Harry Carroll and Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The Army Club Officers
When Tommy Atkins Smiles at All the Girls Lieutenant Larry, Lieutenant Tommy and Chorus
Never Trust a Soldier Man Annette Truesdale and Chorus
When an Englishman Marries a Parisian Mlle. Mitzi and Chorus
My Rainbow Beau Lieutenant Hartley, Ethel and Chorus
The Army Club Foxtrot Officers and Ladies
It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary
(music by Jack Judge; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Lieutenant Hartley and Chorus
I Was Born on the Isle of Man Beulah Elliott and Men
There's Something About You Lieutenant Harry Graham and Chorus
My Lady of the Telephone
(music by Jean Gilbert)
Lieutenant Hartley and Chorus
I Want to Be in Norfolk Monsieur Jean
The Shepherd Gavotte Clarence and Ethel
The Call of the Colors Lieutenant Hartley and Ensemble
Somebody's Dancing with My Girl Pinky Roberts
Oh, You John Lieutenant Hartley, Lieutenant Harry Graham, Lieutenant Larry and Lieutenant Tommy
ACT 2 Sung By
An Afternoon Tea Patricia and Ensemble
I'm Seeking for Siegfried Monsieur Jean
A Fashion's Slave Beulah Elliott and Chorus
The Dancing Maniacs Lieutenant Harry Graham, Pinky Roberts and Chorus
The Broadway Triangle John Elliott, Beulah Elliott and Lieutenant Hartley
A Dance Study Lieutenant Hartley and John Elliott
Venetia Monsieur Jean
The Venetian Canal Clarence, Ethel and Ensemble
He Is Sweet, He Is Good Beulah Elliott
By the Grand Canal Lieutenant Hartley and Ensemble
The Shuffling Shiveree Monsieur Jean and Chorus