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My Princess   

Shubert Theatre, (10/06/1927 - 10/22/1927)
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Opening Date: Oct 06, 1927    
Closing Date: Oct 22, 1927 Total Performances: 20

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: Long Island and New York


Production Staff
Produced by Alfred E. Aarons
Music by Sigmund Romberg; from a play by Edward Sheldon and Dorothy Donnelly; Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly; Book by Dorothy Donnelly; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger; Musical Director: Charles Prince
Staged by Sam Forrest; Choreographed by Dave Bennett and Albertina Rasch
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire; Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman
Cast
Luis Alberni
The Ambassador
Jane Alden
Ensemble
Mlle. Amerique
Tango Dancer
Fleurette Andre
Ensemble
Granville Bates
Mitchell
Virginia Bennett
Ensemble
Christine Bernsman
Ensemble
Dorothy Blese
Ensemble
Dulcie Bond
Ensemble
Helen Bourne
Ensemble
Ruth Brady
Ensemble
Hela Brandes
Ensemble
Dorothy Button
Ensemble
Lee Byrne
Ensemble
Dorothy Campbell
Ensemble
Rita Carita
Ensemble
Buddy Carmin
Ensemble
Leonard Ceeley
Guiseppe Ciccolini
(Chick)
Betty Chay
Ensemble
Gordon Clark
Ensemble
George Clidd
Ensemble
Clinton Corwin
Ensemble
Jeanette Creagan
Ensemble
Evelyn Darville
Maud Satterlee
Carl Deis
Ensemble
Eugene Demady
Ensemble
Marion Dickson
Ensemble
Jack Douglas
Ensemble
William Douglas
Ensemble
Peggy Driscoll
Ensemble
Nadja Dubinsky
Ensemble
Vladimir Dubinsky
Ensemble
Madelyn Eubanks
Ensemble
George Fisher
Ensemble
Robert F. Ford
Peter Loomis
Gregory Frisch
Ensemble
Anita Furman
Ensemble
Peggy Gallimore
Ensemble
Betty Garon
Ensemble
Alvera Gomez
Ensemble
Charles Gomez
Ensemble
Anita Gordon
Ensemble
Robert Gray
Ensemble
Hope Hampton
Minnie Johnson
(Mimosa)
John Emerson Haynes
Richotto
Jack Irwin
Ensemble
Helen Johnston
Ensemble
Elizabeth Kelly
Ensemble
Margaret Kelly
Ensemble
Vernon Kelso
Lord Barchester
George Koenig
Ensemble
Mary Landon
Ensemble
Henry Levey
Ensemble
Zayda Lord
Ensemble
Richard Lynn
Ensemble
Huey Mack
Ensemble
Florence Mahoney
Ensemble
Audrey Maple
Mrs. Cruger Ten Eyck
Olga Marie
Ensemble
Olivia Martin
Ensemble
Donald Meek
Darwin P. Johnson
Frances Michele
Ensemble
Wilma Miller
Ensemble
Robert Milliken
Ensemble
Boris Millman
Ensemble
James Moore
Palchi
Murray Morrissey
Ensemble
Neville
Tango Dancer
Phyllis Newkirk
Mamma Pompilia
Patricia O'Connell
Ensemble
Frank Pandolphi
Street Singer
Clifford Patterson
Ensemble
Frank Paudolfi
Ensemble
Melvin Redden
Ensemble
Gladys Redmond
Ensemble
Etna Ross
Ensemble
Theodore Schoof
Ensemble
Henry Schween
Ensemble
Mae Selden
Ensemble
Geraldine Spencer
Albertina Rasch Girl
Jean Spiro
Ensemble
Beatrice Squire
Ensemble
Leo Stark
Faxon
Marie Stoddard
Mrs. Johnson
Anton Teero
Ensemble
Regina Tushinska
Ensemble
Betty Veronica
Ensemble
Eda Vitolo
Ensemble
Florence Wall
Ensemble
Madeleine Ward
Ensemble
Lillian White
Ensemble
Martha Wilbert
Albertina Rasch Girl
Elizabeth Wilson
Ensemble
Paulette Winston
Ensemble
Robert Woolsey
Augustus Tonks
Miriam Wootton
Polly Carter
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly
ACT 1 Sung By
The Glorious Chase Peter Loomis and Boys
Gigolo Augustus Tonks, Society Girls, Specialty Girls, Dancing Girls and Albertina Rasch Girls
I Wonder Why? Minnie Johnson ((Mimosa))
Follow the Sun to the South Guiseppe Ciccolini ((Chick)) and Minnie Johnson ((Mimosa))
When I Was a Girl Like You Mrs. Cruger Ten Eyck, Society Girls and Albertina Rasch Girls
Here's How
Dear Girls, Good-Bye Guiseppe Ciccolini ((Chick)), Lord Barchester, Peter Loomis, Guests and Footmen
ACT 2 Sung By
Tympany Dance Ensemble and Albertina Rasch Girls
I Wonder Why? (Reprise) Minnie Johnson ((Mimosa))
Eviva Palchi, Mamma Pompilia and Ensemble
Our Bridal Night Minnie Johnson ((Mimosa)) and Guiseppe Ciccolini ((Chick))
My Passion Flower Maud Satterlee, Polly Carter, Peter Loomis, Lord Barchester and Ensemble