Earl Carroll Theatre, (8/27/1931 - circa. 2/1932)
44th Street Theatre, (2/29/1932 - 4/09/1932)
Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Comments: This production marked the beginning of the use of light designers, rather than mere electricians. Because of the Depression, Carroll's idea was to attract a large audience at a cheap price (mass market). He charged $3 for top seats.