MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Feb 18, 1929
Closing Date
Jun 15, 1929
Performances
136
MusicalRevueOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Majestic Theatre
(Feb 18, 1929 - Jun 15, 1929)

Description
A revue in two acts

Setting
New York City, Long Island, and Florida

Music by Muriel Pollock; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Max Leif and Nathaniel Lief; Additional music by Phil Baker, Peter DeRose and Maurice Rubens; Additional lyrics by Sidney Clare, Moe Jaffe, Irving Kahal, Sid Silvers and Charles Tobias; Musical Director: Harold Stern; Music orchestrated by Archey Bleyer and Emil Gerstenberger
Staged by Lew Morton; Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and John Boyle
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Ensemble
Phil Baker
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Sheriff
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Marcella Standish
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Fourth Girl
 
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Tito
Second Girl
 
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Mr. Westover, Sr.
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First Girl
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Detective
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Bob Stewart
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Tom Westover
Chief of the Revenue Officers
Pullman Porter
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Packy
Pretty Girl
 
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Mr. Zill
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Pepita
Senor Alvarez
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Herman Pfeiffer
 
Rudolph Fisher
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Third Girl
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Paisley
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Second Revenue Officer
Homely Girl
Lola Hopkins
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First Revenue Officer
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music by Muriel Pollock; lyrics by Harold Atteridge, Max Lief and Nathaniel Lief
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
We Love to Go to Work
Dancers, Show Girls, Boys and Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls
Just Suppose
(music by Phil Baker and Maurice Rubens; lyrics by Moe Jaffe and Sid Silvers)
Betty and Tom Westover
We'll Get Along
Bob Stewart, Marcella Standish, Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls, Boys and Girls
Cross Word Puzzles
Paisley and Packy
Park Avenue Strut
(music by Phil Baker and Maurice Rubens; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Moe Jaffe)
Betty, Tom Westover, Pepita, Bob Stewart, Dancers and Boys
(Sweet Little) Mannikin Dolls
(music by Phil Baker and Maurice Rubens)
Specialty, Dancers and Jack Donahue-John Boyle Girls
Act 2
Sung By
Spanish Fado
Tito, Pepita, Dancers and Models
My Melody Man
(music by Peter DeRose; lyrics by Sidney Clare and Charles Tobias)
Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
(You Can't Take Away) The Things That Were Made for Love
(music by Peter DeRose; lyrics by Irving Kahal and Charles Tobias)
Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
Why Do You Tease Me?
(lyrics by Max Lief and Nathaniel Lief)
Phil Baker and Lola Hopkins
Glory of Spring
Dancers, Tito and MacQuarrie Harp Ensemble
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