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Getting Together   

Lyric Theatre, (3/18/1918 - 3/23/1918)
Shubert Theatre, (6/03/1918 - 8/31/1918)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 18, 1918    
Closing Date: Aug 31, 1918 Total Performances: 112

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A Play with Music in Three Acts and 6 Scenes
Setting: New York City and France

Production Staff
Produced by British-Canadian Recruiting Mission and United States Military and Naval Forces
Written by Ian Hay, J. Hartley Manners and Percival Knight; Music by Gitz Rice; Lyrics by Gitz Rice; Musical Director: Manuel Klein; Additional lyrics by Harold A. Robe, Worton David, Percival Knight and Harrison Brockbank; Additional music by C. W. Murphy and Harrison Brockbank; Incidental music by Roy Webb
Directed by Holbrook Blinn and Frederick Stanhope
Scenic Design by Clifford Pember; Costume Design by Eaves
Leonard Barry
First Recruit
Blanche Bates
Mrs. Palmer
Ruth Benson
A Refugee
Harry Blakemore
A Retired Bellhop
Holbrook Blinn
Orrin Palmer
Harrison Brockbank
Warrant Officer
Santa Claus
Timothy Conway
Fourth Spectator
L. Shannon Cormack
British Sergeant
War Tank Officer
Suzanne Feday
A Waitress
James Flint
Third Recruit
Charles Francis
British Soldier
British Surgeon
E. J. Kennedy
First Spectator
Second American Soldier
Dorothy Knight
Miss Fletcher
Percival Knight
Sergeant Atkins
W.J. O'Neill
Third Spectator
Arthur Ray
First American Soldier
Gitz Rice
Lieutenant Gitz Rice
Gustave Rolland
A Poilu
William Roselle
Edward Wadsworth
William Rowland
Second Recruit
Harriet Sterling
A Woman
Edwin Taylor
A Servant
Fifth Spectator
First British Soldier
John Thorne
Second Spectator
Sergeant Jennings, U.S. Army
music by Gitz Rice; lyrics by Gitz Rice
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Who Carries the Gun?
(lyrics by Rudyard Kipling)
Warrant Officer
You've Got to Go In or Go Under
(lyrics by Percival Knight)
Lieutenant Gitz Rice
Come My Lad and Be a Soldier
(music by Harrison Brockbank; lyrics by Harrison Brockbank)
Warrant Officer
We Stopped Them on the Marne Lieutenant Gitz Rice
A Trench Fantsay
(music by Roy Webb)
ACT 3 Sung By
(Dear) Old Pal of Mine
(lyrics by Harold A. Robe)
Sergeant Jennings, U.S. Army
Little Lad Santa Claus
I Want to Go Home
(music by C. W. Murphy and Gitz Rice; lyrics by Worton David and Gitz Rice)
Sergeant Atkins