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No, No, Nanette   

Globe Theatre, (9/16/1925 - 6/19/1926)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 16, 1925    
Closing Date: Jun 19, 1926 Total Performances: 321

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The home of James Smith, New York. The lawn at Chickadee Cottage. The living room.
Comments: This production is often identified with Babe Ruth and the Boston Red Sox "curse" legend, as the show (in a pre-Broadway version) that producer H.H. Frazee sold Ruth to the New York Yankees to finance.



Production Staff
Produced by H. H. Frazee
Book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; Music by Vincent Youmans; Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach; Based on the comedy "My Lady Friends" by Frank Mandel and Emil Nyitray; Musical Director: Nicholas Kempner
Directed by H. H. Frazee; Musical Staging by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman
Act 1 Costumes Provided by Milgrims; Act 2 Costumes Provided by Schneider-Anderson Company; Act 3 Costumes Provided by Frances; Costume Supervisor: Corinne Barker
Cast
Marjorie Bailey
Marjorie
William Bailey
William
Jack Barker
Tom Trainor
Lucille's Nephew
Bonnie Bland
Bonnie
Veeda Burgett
Mrs. Smythe-Smith
Wellington Cross
Billy Early
a Lawyer
Eleanor Dawn
Sue Smith
Jimmy's Wife
Ethel Gibson
Ethel
Louise Groody
Nanette
a Protégée of Sue
Jane Hurd
Mrs. Lane-Gardner
Peggy Johnstone
Mrs. Parker-Lyne
Douglas Keaton
Douglas
Ruth Kent
Ruth
Helen Keyes
Helen
Jerome Kirkland
Jerome
Mary Lawlor
Winnie Winslow
from Washington
Edouard Le Febvre
Edouard
Beatrice Lee
Betty Brown
from Boston
Stanley Lipton
Stanley
Lillian MacKenzie
Mrs. Holmes-Gore
Aline Martin
Mrs. Ormesby-Willard
Alfred Milano
Alfred
Beth Milton
Beth
Lucille Moore
Lucille
Raymond Moore
Ray
Edward Nell, Jr.
Edward
Ellen O'Brien
Mrs. Webster-Wylie
Georgia O'Ramey
Pauline
Cook at the Smiths'
Adele Ormiston
Mrs. Brown-Maddox
Hazel Pando
Hazel
Frank Parker
Frank
Eleanor Rowe
Mrs. Codman-Russell
Robert Spencer
Robert
May Sullivan
Mrs. Whitney-Cabot
Winifred Verina
Mrs. Townley-Morgan
Eva Vincent
Eva
Edna Whistler
Flora Latham
from 'Frisco
Josephine Whittell
Lucille Early
Billy's Wife
Beatrice Wilson
Beatrice
Charles Winninger
Jimmy Smith
music by Vincent Youmans; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach
ACT 1 Sung By
Flappers Are We Pauline (Cook at the Smiths'), Maids, Marrieds and Bachelors
Call of the Sea Billy Early (a Lawyer), Maids and Bachelors
Too Many Rings Around Rosie Lucille Early (Billy's Wife), Maids, Marrieds and Bachelors
Waiting for You Nanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew)
I Want to Be Happy Nanette (a Protégée of Sue), Jimmy Smith and Ensemble
No, No, Nanette Nanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Bachelors
ACT 2 Sung By
The Deep Blue Sea Nanette (a Protégée of Sue) and Ensemble
My Doctor Pauline (Cook at the Smiths')
Fight Over Me Jimmy Smith, Betty Brown (from Boston), Winnie Winslow (from Washington) and Maids
Tea for Two Nanette (a Protégée of Sue), Tom Trainor (Lucille's Nephew) and Ensemble
You Can Dance With Any Girl Lucille, Billy Early (a Lawyer) and Ensemble
I Want to Be Happy (Reprise) Jimmy Smith, Billy Early (a Lawyer), Flora Latham (from 'Frisco), Betty Brown (from Boston) and Winnie Winslow (from Washington)
ACT 3 Sung By
Telephone Girlie Billy Early (a Lawyer), Betty Brown (from Boston), Winnie Winslow (from Washington), Flora Latham (from 'Frisco) and Ensemble
Where-Has-My-Hubby-Gone Blues Lucille, Bachelors and Boys
Pay Day Pauline Pauline (Cook at the Smiths'), Jimmy Smith and Billy Early (a Lawyer)