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Majestic Theatre, (12/29/1934 - 1/19/1935)
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Opening Date: Dec 29, 1934    
Closing Date: Jan 19, 1935 Total Performances: 25

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Italy in 1770 and 1934


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Rudolf Friml; Book by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert; Lyrics by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert; Musical Director: Al Goodman
Directed by George Rosener; Choreographed by Alex Yakovleff
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Cast
Robert Lee Allen
Senator Bellanqua
Evelyn Bonefine
Ensemble
Geraldine Botkin
Ensemble
Paul Burns
Senator Burranto
Jack Cannon
Ensemble
Constance Carpenter
Giaconda
Marella
Bridesmaid
Zachary Caully
Ensemble
Cyril Chadwick
Duke of Umbria
John Clarke
Rudolfo
Marchese Di Orsano
Vittorio Sovrani
Elizabeth Crandall
Isabella
Petronella
Miriam Curtis
Ensemble
Yvonne Cyr
Ensemble
Betti Davis
Angela
Ensemble
Louis Delgado
Ensemble
Dorothy Denton
Ensemble
Frank Dirth
Ensemble
Harry Edwards
Ensemble
Kathleen Edwards
Ensemble
Gudron Ekeland
Ensemble
Marie Ferguson
Ensemble
Sue Franklin
Ensemble
Truman Gaige
A Footman
Fillipo
Renee Gordon
Ensemble
Paul Haakon
Dancer
Venetian Hooligan
Josephine Hall
Ensemble
Natalie Hall
Maria
Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano
Maria Sovrani
Robert Halliday
Charles Parker
Duke of Orsano
Guy Hamilton
Ensemble
Sheila Harling
Signora Barbara Bellanqua
Stanley Harrison
Senator Nocio
Fred Hoffman
Ensemble
Stanley Howard
Ensemble
Bobby Howell
Ensemble
William Hubert
Ensemble
Valerie Huff
Ensemble
Ralph Hunsecker
Ensemble
Sonja Karlow
Ensemble
Wilma Kaye
Ensemble
Isabelle Kempel
Ensemble
Bradley F. Lane
Ensemble
Edith Lane
Ensemble
Helen Lane
Ensemble
Isabel Lane
Leonora
William Langley
Ensemble
Jack Lester
Ensemble
William Lilling
Luigi
Charlotte Lockwood
Ensemble
Ross Lockwood
Ensemble
Robert Long
Spokesman
A Villager
Bishop
Jane Mackenzie
Signora Nocio
Ensemble
Jayne Manners
Ensemble
Vida McLain
Ensemble
Harry Mestayer
Giovanni
Duke of Orsano
Old Duke
Marial Mosher
Ensemble
Vona Norin
Cornelia
Lucille Osborn
Ensemble
Kenneth Page
Ensemble
Ruth Reiter
Nella
Ensemble
Billy Rey
Lovey
Pidgy
Eleanor Ries
Ensemble
Evan Ritter
Ensemble
Alfred Russ
Ensemble
George Schiller
Emilio
Fred Small
Ensemble
Elsie St. Clare
Ensemble
Frances Stutz
Ensemble
Lois Style
Ensemble
Andrew Tombes
Pappio
Theophilus Roberts
Una Val
Ensemble
Mary Grace Van Noy
Ensemble
Frances Wallace
Bridesmaid
Sally Warren
Laspera
Ensemble
Nina Whitney
Venetian Hooligan
Dancer
Barbara Williams
Ensemble
Marie Wilson
Signora Burranto
Gracie Worth
Dovey
Widgy
ACT 1 Sung By
Gondolier Song Ensemble
Maria Charles Parker and Male Ensemble
Lovey-Dovey Lovey, Dovey and Dancers
It's Three O'Clock Giovanni (Duke of Orsano), Isabella, Rudolfo (Marchese Di Orsano) and Giaconda
Romance Maria (Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano)
Love Is Only What You Make, Love Maria (Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano) and Charles Parker
Frutti di Mare Maria Sovrani and Entire Ensemble
Let Me Be Free Maria Sovrani and Fishermen
Sweet Fool Marella, Pappio and Dancers
Cavalier Pidgy, Widgy and The Cavaliers
Ladies, Beware Duke of Orsano, Dancers and Entire Ensemble
Exquisite Moment Duke of Orsano and Maria Sovrani
ACT 2 Sung By
Palace of Dreams Maria Sovrani
Midnight Flirtation Maria Sovrani, Duke of Orsano and Ensemble
It Happened Pidgy and Widgy
Carnival Corps de Ballet and Dancers
A Smile, a Kiss Marella and Pappio
It's You I Want to Love Tonight Maria Sovrani
My Heart Is Yours Duke of Orsano and Maria Sovrani
Scandal Number Senator Bellanqua, Senator Nocio and Senator Burranto
Processional Entire Company
   
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