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Glory   

Vanderbilt Theatre, (12/25/1922 - 2/24/1923)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 25, 1922    
Closing Date: Feb 24, 1923 Total Performances: 74

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The genreal store, Hiram Dexter's house, and Harriman's house


Production Staff
Produced by Vanderbilt Producing Company
Music by Maurice De Packh and Harry Tierney; Book by James Montgomery; Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy and James Dyrenforth; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld; Featuring songs by Al W. Brown
Staged by Bert French
Scenic Design by Joseph Wickes; Costume Design by Vanderbilt Producing Company Wardrobe Department
Cast
Arden Benham
Ensemble
Violet Bristow
Ensemble
David Brown
Ensemble
John Cherry
Sumner Holbrook
Jack Clifford
Hiram Dexter
Bobby Culbert
Ensemble
Conway Dillon
Ensemble
Irene Enright
Ensemble
Mabel Ferry
Myrtie Brown
Helen Groody
Lucy Ann Willing
Raymond Hackett
Lem King
Marjorie Harrold
Ensemble
Patti Harrold
Glory Moore
Robert Higgins
Ansel Tollet
Edward Howell
Ensemble
Flo Irwin
Sarah King
Constance Keating
Ensemble
Florence Kinsley
Ensemble
Ainsley Lambert
Ensemble
Peter Lang
Abner Moore
Margaret Leona
Ensemble
Frances Lynde
Ensemble
Bernice McCabe
Amanda Dexter
Edith McGovern
Ensemble
Ted McNamara
Alonzo
Constance Montague
Ensemble
Bessie Mulligan
Ensemble
Marguerite Murray
Ensemble
Robert O'Connor
Deacon Eaton
Elizabeth Page
Ensemble
Helen Paine
Ensemble
Peggy Pidgin
Ensemble
Walter Regan
William Harriman
Edward Smith
Ensemble
Thomas Weldon
Ensemble
Dorothy Whiteford
Ensemble
Paul Winnell
Ensemble
music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Joseph McCarthy
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
We've Got to Build Sumner Holbrook and Ensemble
Glory
(music by Maurice DePackh; lyrics by James Dyrenforth)
Glory Moore
Buds and Blossoms Boys and Girls
The Little White House with Green Blinds Glory Moore
The Moon That Was Good Enough for Dad and Mother
(music by Maurice DePackh; lyrics by James Dyrenforth)
Amanda Dexter and Ensemble
The Goodly Little Things We Do
(music by Maurice DePackh; lyrics by James Dyrenforth)
Lucy Ann Willing, Amanda Dexter, Ansel Tollet and Deacon Eaton
When the Curfew Rings at Nine
(music by Al W. Brown; lyrics by Al W. Brown)
Lucy Ann Willing, Myrtie Brown, Sumner Holbrook and Alonzo
Popularity Glory Moore and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Upper Crust Myrtie Brown, Alonzo and Ensemble
Mother's Wedding Dress Glory Moore and Ensemble
Saw Mill River Road Myrtie Brown, Lucy Ann Willing, Sumner Holbrook and Alonzo
Post Office Glory Moore and Company
(When) The Tenor Married the Soprano and the Alto Married the Bass
(music by Maurice DePackh; lyrics by James Dyrenforth)
Sarah King, Amanda Dexter, Ansel Tollet and Deacon Eaton
(The) Same Old Story Glory Moore