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Diamond Lil   

Plymouth Theatre, (9/07/1949 - 1/21/1950)
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Opening Date: Sep 07, 1949    
Closing Date: Jan 21, 1950 Total Performances: 182

Category: Play, Comedy, Melodrama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Bowery. The "Gay Nineties."
This production is a return engagement of Diamond Lil (2/05/1949 - 2/26/1949)


Production Staff
Produced by Albert H. Rosen and Herbert J. Freeyer
Written by Mae West; Based on a play by Jack Linder
Directed by Charles K. Freeman
Settings by William De Forest and Ben Edwards; Costume Design by Paul Du Pont
General Manager: Albert H. Rosen
Stage Manager: John T. Sloper; Assistant Stage Mgr: Mike Keene
Music Contractor: David Lapin
General Press Representative: Bill Doll; Company Press Representative Dick Williams; Press Representative: Michael O'Shea
Cast
Mae West
Diamond Lil
Dick Arnold
Ragtime
Frances Arons
Sally
Ray Bourbon
Bowery Rose
Fred Catania
Card Player
Ralph Chambers
Doheny
Peter Chan
Charlie
Jesse Coley
Ensemble
Crystal Collins
Ensemble
Richard Coogan
Captain Cummings
James Courtney
Juarez
Frank Donnelly
Ensemble
Edward Dunne
Ensemble
Harold Fairhurst
Ensemble
James Fallon
Mike
Bernard Friedland
Bowery Musician
Miriam Goldina
Rita
Val Gould
Chick Clark
Martin Green
Bowery Musician
Jack Howard
Bill
Louise Jenkins
Maggie
Roy Johnston
Bowery Musician
Curtis Karpe
Ensemble
Mike Keene
Kane
Sally Kelly
Ensemble
Linda King
Kitty
David Lapin
Miss West's Accompanist
Lester Laurence
Pete the Duke
Pam Lawrence
Ensemble
Veronica Lorentz
Ensemble
Marilyn Lowe
Barbara
Brad Macy
Cop
Charles G. Martin
Flynn
Lillian Martin
Ensemble
Charles Melody
Ensemble
Hyacinth Melon
Ensemble
F. Ben Miller
Ensemble
Buddy Millette
Bessie
Harriet Nelson

Arnold New
Bowery Pianist
Louis Nussbaum
Jacobson
Lucile Peroni
Ensemble
Patsy Perroni
Card Player
Walter Petrie
Gus Jordan
Lou Prentis
Ensemble
James Quinn
Porter
Sylvia Syms
Flo
Adrian Tei
Bowery Musician
Jerry Tobias
Sailor
Sheila Trent
Frances
Billy Van
Jim
George Warren
Spike
Harry Warren
Jerry
   
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