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Dearest Enemy   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/18/1925 - 5/22/1926)
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Opening Date: Sep 18, 1925    
Closing Date: May 22, 1926 Total Performances: 286

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Murray Mansion, New York City, 1776.


Production Staff
Produced by George Ford
Book by Herbert Fields; Music by Richard Rodgers; Lyrics by Lorenz Hart; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger
Dances and Ensembles Directed by Carl Hemmer; Directed by John Murray Anderson; Libretto Directed by Charles Sinclair and Harry Ford
Scenic Design by Clark Robinson; Costume Design by Mark Mooring (Costumes for Act One), Hubert Davis (Costumes for Act One) and James Reynolds (Costumes for Acts Two and Three)
Orchestra under the direction of Richard Rodgers
Cast
Flavia Arcaro
Mrs. Robert Murray
Peggy Bancroft
Ensemble
Charles Bennington
Dance Specialty
Arthur Brown
Lieutenant Sudsby
Walter Burke
Ensemble
Rachel Chester
Ensemble
Cynthia
Harold Crane
General Sir William Howe
Roberta Curry
Adele
Ensemble
James Cushman
Major Aaron Burr
Ensemble
Marian Dabney
Ensemble
Josephine
Marita Dennis
Ensemble
H.E. Eldridge
General George Washington
William Evill
General Henry Clinton
Gloria Faye
Ensemble
Helen Ford
Betsy Burke
Percy French
Private Woods
Alden Gay
Caroline
Louis Gomez
Ensemble
Conrad Gordon
Ensemble
George Harold
Ensemble
Don Knobloch
Ensemble
Frank Lambert
Envoy
Edward Larkin
Ensemble
Andrew Lawlor, Jr.
Jimmy Burke
Joy Leitch
Ensemble
Betty Linn
Marjorie
Ensemble
Mildred Mann
Ensemble
Burton McEvilly
Ensemble
Elizabeth North
Ensemble
Jane Overton
Peg
Dance Specialty
Josephine Payne
Ensemble
Detmar Poppen
General John Tryon
Geneva Price
Ensemble
Charles Purcell
Captain Sir John Copeland
Eugenia Renon
Ensemble
John Seymour
Captain Harry Tryon
Jack Shannon
Private Peters
Lucille Smyser
Ensemble
Helen Spring
Jane Murray
Mark Truscott
Private Lindsay
John Valentine
Ensemble
Marian Williams
Annabelle
Polly Williams
Ensemble
Percy Woodley
General Israel Putnam
Devah Worrell
Ensemble
Mabel Zoeckler
Ensemble
Susan
music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart
ACT 1 Sung By
Heigh-Ho, Lackaday! Mrs. Robert Murray and Girls
War Is War Mrs. Robert Murray and Girls
I Beg Your Pardon Jane Murray and Captain Harry Tryon
Cheerio Captain Sir John Copeland and Officers
Full Blown Roses Mrs. Robert Murray, Officers and Girls
The Hermits Mrs. Robert Murray and General John Tryon
Here in My Arms Betsy Burke and Captain Sir John Copeland
Tho' We've No Authentic Reason Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Gavotte Officers and Girls
I'd Like To Hide It Betsy Burke and Girls
Where the Hudson River Flows Mrs. Robert Murray, General Sir William Howe, General John Tryon, Officers and Girls
Bye and Bye Betsy Burke and Captain Sir John Copeland
Old Enough to Love General John Tryon and Girls
Sweet Peter Jane Murray, Captain Harry Tryon, Officers and Girls
Here's a Kiss Jane Murray and Captain Sir John Copeland
ACT 3 Sung By
Here in My Arms (Reprise) Betsy Burke
   
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