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He Didn't Want to Do It   

Broadhurst Theatre, (8/20/1918 - 9/07/1918)
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Opening Date: Aug 20, 1918    
Closing Date: Sep 07, 1918 Total Performances: 23

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A Play with Music in Three Acts
Setting: The lounge room of a hotel on the Riviera at the present time

Production Staff
Produced by George Broadhurst
Book by George Broadhurst; Music by Silvio Hein; Lyrics by George Broadhurst; Based on the farce by George Broadhurst and Walter Hackett; Musical Director: Theodore Stearns
Staged by Clifford Brooke; Musical Staging by Bert French
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle; Costume Design by Henri Bendel, Inc.
Percy Ames
O. Vivian Smith
Natalie Bates
Bertha Barrison
Adele Blood
Norma Wallace
Clara Carroll
Janice Godfrey
Jean Carroll
Henrietta Hadley
Gladys Clifton
Leonore Leonard
Florence Collier
Gertrude Glover
Mary Cunningham
Francis Farrington
Carrie De Noville
Neva Norcross
Alexander Frank
Manager of the Hotel
Katherine Galloway
Paula Wainwright
Elsie Gordon
Wilda Wood
Ona Hamilton
Katherine Kollis
Dorothy La Rue
Marie Melton
Mary McDonald
Kate Carley
Charles Meakins
Washington Demming
Robert O'Connor
Edna Pierre
Roberta Runyon
Helen Pierre
Constance Conover
Ida Ross
Nanette Norris
Helen Shipman
Marjorie Thompson
Ned A. Sparks
Elsa Thomas
Mary Manners
Anna Toddings
Dorothy Daniels
Ernest Torrence
Alexander McPherson
Joseph Wilmot
Lieutenant Rodgers
music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by George Broadhurst
ACT 1 Sung By
What Mother Used to Say to Me Marjorie Thompson and Chorus
What Would You Do in a Case Like That? Alexander McPherson, O. Vivian Smith and Washington Demming
The Song of the Trees Paula Wainwright and Chorus
I'm Dying to Dance with Oscar Marjorie Thompson, Lieutenant Rodgers, Waiter and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Everyone He Swear at the Waiter Waiter, Mary Manners, Wilda Wood, Bertha Barrison and Chorus
I'm Only a Girl from the City Alexander McPherson and Constance Conover
The Song of the World Paula Wainwright and Ensemble
It's the Scotch Alexander McPherson, O. Vivian Smith, Paula Wainwright and Marjorie Thompson
Nothing Escapes Me Detective and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
The Spirit of the Carnival Lieutenant Rodgers, Mary Manners, Wilda Wood, Constance Conover and Chorus
I'm Fond of the Girls Washington Demming and Chorus
You're the Only One for Me Marjorie Thompson, Detective, Lieutenant Rodgers, Mary Manners and Wilda Wood