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Pins and Needles   

Shubert Theatre, (2/01/1922 - 3/11/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Feb 01, 1922    
Closing Date: Mar 11, 1922 Total Performances: 46

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts, 21 scenes


Production Staff
Produced by Albert De Courville
Book by Albert De Courville, Wal Pink and Edgar Wallace; Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Rupert Hazel and I. Caesar; Music by James Hanley and Frederick Chappelle; Orchestra under the direction of Charles Previn
Staged by Albert De Courville; Assistant Staging: Julian Mitchell
Costume Design by Bernard, Max Weldy, Leslie Roberts, Poole and Clarkson, Fisher and Berman and Evelyn Varon
Cast
Josephine Blythe
Performer
Phyllis Bryan
Performer
Muriel Cort
Performer
Elizabeth Coyle
Performer
Maisie Gay
Performer
Edith Kelly Gould
Performer
Rupert Hazell
Performer
Nan C. Hearne
Performer
May Hern
Performer
Teddy Knox
Performer
Pamela Leroy
Performer
Geneva Marlowe
Performer
Tess Mayer
Performer
Florence McGuire
Performer
Joan Morris
Performer
Jack Morrison
Performer
Tommy Mostol
Performer
Jimmy Nervo
Performer
Mary Philips
Performer
Harry Pilcer
Performer
Alice Pollard
Performer
Ewart Scott
Performer
Lillian Smith
Performer
Jane Taylor
Performer
Frances Upton
Performer
Amy Verity
Performer
Louise Wayne
Performer
Phyllis Wolmer
Performer
music by James Hanley and Frederick Chappelle; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Rupert Hazell and Irving Caesar
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1
Love Spans The World
Off We Go
The Little Tin Soldier and The Little Rag Doll
(lyrics by Darle MacBoyle)
Ah, Ah, Ah
I'll Build a Home in The Jungle (Jungle Bungalow)
ACT 2
South Sea Sweethearts
(music by Maurice Yvain)
Melancholy Blues
The Vanity Box
Slow Movies
The Piccadilly Walk
(music by Edward Horan; lyrics by Arthur Francis and Arthur Riscoe)
The Gypsy Warned Me
Sunny Sunbeam
(lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Joe Goodwin)
The Sincopated Minuet
Hollow of My Hand