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Hot-Cha!    Laid in Mexico

Ziegfeld Theatre, (3/08/1932 - 6/18/1932)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 08, 1932    
Closing Date: Jun 18, 1932 Total Performances: 119

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York and Mexico City


Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Ray Henderson; Lyrics by Lew Brown; Book by Mark Hellinger, H. S. Kraft, Ray Henderson and Lew Brown; Based on a story by H. S. Kraft; Musical Director: Al Goodman; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett
Choreographed by Bobby Connolly; Staged by Edgar McGregor and Edward Clarke Lilley
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Technical Director: T.B. MacDonald
Cast
Iris Adrian
Ensemble
Louise Allen
Ensemble
Mary Ann
Ensemble
Nick Basil
Bus Boy
Miriam Battista
Ramona
Herman Belmonte
Ensemble
Leonard Berry
Ensemble
Virginia Biddle
Ensemble
Joan Burgess
Ensemble
Alice Burrage
Ensemble
Tito Coral
Ramon La Grande
Mary Coyle
Ensemble
Jack Daley
Conductor
Dorothy Day
Ensemble
Antonio De Marco
Specialty
Renee De Marco
Specialty
Louis Delgado
Brakeman
Ensemble
Alan DeSylva
Ensemble
Marion Dixon
Ensemble
Dody Donnelly
Ensemble
Betty Dumbris
Ensemble
Prudence Edgar
Ensemble
Georgia Ellis
Ensemble
Jules Epailly
Store Keeper
Manuel
Harriet Fink
Ensemble
Marjorie Fisher
Ensemble
Dorothy Flood
Ensemble
John Fulco
Gendarme
Ensemble
Robert Gleckler
Jose Diaz
Pearl Harris
Ensemble
Patty Hastings
Ensemble
Florence Healy
Ensemble
Hernandez Brothers
Three Troubadours
Theo Holley
Ensemble
Jean Howard
Ensemble
Stanley Howard
Ensemble
Mercedes Hughes
Ensemble
Alfonso Iglesias
Ensemble
Dorothy Kal
Ensemble
Gloria Kelly
Ensemble
Tom Kelly
Ensemble
June Knight
Dorothy Maxwell
Frances Kruger
Ensemble
Charles La Torre
Doctor
Bert Lahr
Alky Schmidt
Jane Lane
Ensemble
Rose Louise
Girl in Compartment
Evelyn Lowrie
Ensemble
Neva Lynn
Ensemble
June MacCloy
Mae Devlin
Frances Markey
Ensemble
Edwin Marsh
Ensemble
Mary Joan Martin
Ensemble
Lorelle McCarver
Ensemble
Lou Ann Meredith
Ensemble
Rosalie Milan
Ensemble
Vic Monroe
Lopez
Grace Moore
Ensemble
Pauline Moore
Ensemble
George O'Brien
Ensemble
Ethel O'Dell
Ensemble
Catherine O'Neil
Ensemble
Lester Ostrander
Ensemble
Lynne Overman
Hap Wilson
Arthur Page
Hoffman
Sherry Pelham
Ensemble
Theo Phane
Ensemble
Lilyan Picard
Ensemble
Eleanor Powell
Dancer
Basil Prock
Ensemble
Polly Ray
Ensemble
Carol Renwick
Ensemble
Mary Alice Rice
Ensemble
Wilburn Riviere
Ensemble
Buddy Rogers
Jack Whitney
Alma Ross
Servant
William Ruppel
Ensemble
Mina Ruskin
Ensemble
Marion Santre
Ensemble
Roy Sedley
Revenue Man
Gertrude Sheffield
Ensemble
Marie Stevens
Ensemble
Kay Stewart
Ensemble
Thomas Thompson
Ensemble
Lupe Velez
Conchita
Veloz and Yolanda
Specialty
Efim Vitis
Ensemble
Marion Volk
Ensemble
Molly Wakefield
Ensemble
Diana Walker
Ensemble
Lorraine Webb
Ensemble
Mildred Webb
Ensemble
Marjorie White
Toodles Smith
music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Lew Brown
ACT 1 Sung By
You Can Make My Life a Bed of Roses Dorothy Maxwell and Jack Whitney
You Can Make My Life a Bed of Roses (Reprise) Ensemble
So This Is Mexico American Girls
Conchita Conchita and Ensemble
I Want Another Portion of That Toodles Smith and Alky Schmidt
Say What I Wanna Hear You Say Conchita, Jack Whitney and Ensemble
Little Old New York Mae Devlin
Jose, Can't You See! Toodles Smith, Jose Diaz and Ensemble
Fiesta Ramon La Grande and Male Ensemble
It's Great To Be Alive Dorothy Maxwell and Ensemble
Say What I Wanna Hear You Say (Reprise) Conchita and Jack Whitney
I Make Up For That in Other Ways Alky Schmidt and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
There I Go Dreaming Again Dorothy Maxwell and Ensemble
There's Nothing the Matter With Me Toodles Smith and Ensemble
You Can Make My Life a Bed of Roses (Reprise) Dorothy Maxwell and Jack Whitney
Song of the Matadors Ramon La Grande and Ensemble