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Once Over Lightly   

Alvin Theatre, (11/19/1942 - 11/22/1942)
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Opening Date: Nov 19, 1942    
Closing Date: Nov 22, 1942 Total Performances: 6

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Play in a Prologue and Two Acts

Production Staff
Produced by Saul C. Colin and Henri Leiser
Music by Gioacchino Rossini, Dean Fuller, Alec Wilder, Samuel Mathovsky and Ralph Strain; Lyrics by Marshall Barer, William Engvick and Ira Wallach; Book by Louis Garden and Robert Pierpont Forshaw; Book adapted by Laszlo Halasz; Americanized from "The Barber of Seville" by Beaumarchais
Directed by Robert H. Gordon; Choreographed by George Mead
Scenic Design by Richard Rychtarik
Carlos Alexander
Don Basilio
Dr. Bartolo
Van Atkins
Musicians and Soldiers
Max Birnbaum
Musicians and Soldiers
Dick Bracken
Musicians and Soldiers
Igor Gorin
Felix Knight
Harold Kravitt
Don Basilio
Robert Marshall
Anthony Musarra
Musicians and Soldiers
Grace Panvini
Frank Price
Musicians and Soldiers
Martin Stewart
Musicians and Soldiers
Myron Szandrowsky
Nord Vernellj
Ardelle Warner
Frances Watkins
Richard Wentworth
Dr. Bartolo
ACT 1 Sung By
Dawn is Approaching Almaviva
I'm the Most Popular Barber in Town Figaro
Duet Almaviva and Figaro
ACT 1 Sung By
When a Maiden Must Decide Rosina
Slander's Whisper Don Basilio
I'm a Man of Reputation Dr. Bartolo
ACT 2 Sung By
When You Find a Man of Forty Bertha