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Music in May   

Casino Theatre, (4/01/1929 - 6/08/1929)
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Opening Date: Apr 01, 1929    
Closing Date: Jun 08, 1929 Total Performances: 80

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A garden; a drinking place; A garden and a studio in Vienna in 1820


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Emile Berte and Maury Rubens; Book by Fanny Todd Mitchell; from the original by Heinz Merley and Kurt Breuer; Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan; Musical Director: Ivan Rudisill; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger; Featuring songs with lyrics by Heinz Merley and Kurt Breuer; Featuring songs by Phil Svigals
Directed by Lou Morton and Stanley Logan; Choreographed by Chester Hale
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps and Orry Kelly
Cast
Jeanette Balder
Ensemble
Joseph Barlow
Ensemble
Gladys Baxter
Comtesse Olga
Stephan's Discarded Sweetheart
Dorothy Beckloff
Ensemble
Nan Berr
Ensemble
Eddie Bird
Ensemble
Dorothy Blair
Ensemble
Sylvia Blythe
Ensemble
Anne Bruyn
Ensemble
Leona Burgess
Ensemble
Erma Chase
Ensemble
Charles Chesney
Kranz
Pupil of Professor von Dorn
Officer
Marice Christie
Ensemble
Violet Code
Ensemble
Comfort Collins
Ensemble
Robert Davis
Ensemble
Luba Dubiago
Ensemble
Robert Dudley
Ensemble
Emily Eldridge
Ensemble
Louis Elmer
Ensemble
Greek Evans
Karl von Dorn
Professor of Music and Composer
Loret Fillion
Ensemble
Florence Fisher
Ensemble
Frances Flanigan
Ensemble
John Fredericks
Ensemble
Milton Gallagher
Ensemble
Margaret Gibson
Ensemble
Eleanor Gilbert
Ensemble
Isadore Gladston
Ensemble
Zola Gray
Ensemble
Emily Hagstrom
Ensemble
Herman Hertel
Footman
Ensemble
Jack Jendrek
Ensemble
Michael Kavanaugh
Ensemble
Evelyn King
Ensemble
Fred Kruger
Ensemble
Julia Lane
Lintchy
a Barmaid
Ensemble
Gertrude Lang
Vita
Belle of the University Town
Charles Lawrence
Popkin
Member of the Quartette
Marjorie Leach
Zenzi
Vita's Sister
Joseph Lertora
Baron Metternich
Norma Leyland
Ensemble
Francis Lyman
Loibner
Pupil of Professor von Dorn
Courier
Officer
Leon Mandas
Ensemble
Rita Mario
Ensemble
Frazer McMahon
Officer
Ensemble
Catherine Merrill
Ensemble
Gerald Moore
Ensemble
James Norris
Kuhmeier
Student Leader
Officer
George Offerman, Jr.
Alois
Pupil of Professor von Dorn
Eileen O'Malley
Ensemble
Sylvia O'Neal
Ensemble
Peter Petraitis
Prinz
Student Leader
Officer
Earl Plummer
Butler
Footman
Ensemble
Joseph Posner
Ensemble
Rolande Poucel
Ensemble
Josephine Rice
Ensemble
Sally Ritz
Ensemble
Joseph Rose
Ensemble
Alfred Russ
Ensemble
Frank Ryan
Ensemble
Fern Saunders
Ensemble
Norma Schutt
Ensemble
Edith Scott
Lisa
Pupil of Professor von Dorn
Bartlett Simmons
Prince Stephan
Attache at the German Embassy
Edith Sinclair
Ensemble
Arthur Singer
Ensemble
Jean Spiro
Footman
Ensemble
George St. John
Footman
Ensemble
Frank Staley
Ensemble
Robert Stevens
Ensemble
El Thompson
Ensemble
Joseph Toner
Hans
Vita's Student Sweetheart
Lorena Walcott
Ensemble
Helen Ward
Ensemble
Solly Ward
Rausenbach
Purveyor of Umbrellas and Sunshades to the Emperor
Helmut Wessels
Ensemble
Jack Wilhelm
Ensemble
Earl Wisong
Ensemble
Frances Wright
Ensemble
music by Emile Berte and Maury Rubens; lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Open Your Window Vita (Belle of the University Town), Hans (Vita's Student Sweetheart) and Ensemble
Finnan Haddie Popkin (Member of the Quartette) and Zenzi (Vita's Sister)
(The) Glory of Spring Karl von Dorn (Professor of Music and Composer)
Sweetheart of Our Student Corps Vita (Belle of the University Town) and Boys
Open and Shut Idea Rausenbach (Purveyor of Umbrellas and Sunshades to the Emperor) and Chester Hale Girls
I Found a Friend Vita (Belle of the University Town) and Karl von Dorn (Professor of Music and Composer)
Unto Your Heart
(lyrics by Heinz Merley and Kurt Breuer)
Vita (Belle of the University Town) and Prince Stephan (Attache at the German Embassy)
ACT 2 Sung By
Seidels Students and Ensemble
High, High, High, Hans (Vita's Student Sweetheart) and Male Ensemble
There's Love in the Heart I Hold Comtesse Olga (Stephan's Discarded Sweetheart) and Eight Singers
I'd Like to Love Them All
(music by Maury Rubens and Phil Svigals)
Rausenbach (Purveyor of Umbrellas and Sunshades to the Emperor) and Chester Hale Girls
I'm in Love Vita (Belle of the University Town) and Prince Stephan (Attache at the German Embassy)
No Other Love Was Meant for Me Comtesse Olga (Stephan's Discarded Sweetheart) and Ambassadors
For the Papa Rausenbach (Purveyor of Umbrellas and Sunshades to the Emperor), Zenzi (Vita's Sister) and Popkin (Member of the Quartette)
ACT 3 Sung By
Metternich Baron Metternich and Male Ensemble
Lips That Laugh at Love Comtesse Olga (Stephan's Discarded Sweetheart), Prince Stephan (Attache at the German Embassy) and Baron Metternich
It's the Cooks, Not the Looks Zenzi (Vita's Sister), Popkin (Member of the Quartette) and Chester Hale Girls
Unto Your Heart (Reprise)
(lyrics by Heinz Merley and Kurt Breuer)