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Rain or Shine   

George M. Cohan's Theatre, (2/09/1928 - 12/15/1928)
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Opening Date: Feb 09, 1928    
Closing Date: Dec 15, 1928 Total Performances: 356

Category: Musical, Original
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Higginstown, Rhode Island

Production Staff
Produced by A. L. Jones and Morris Green
Music by Milton Ager and Owen Murphy; Book by James Gleason and Maurice Marks; Lyrics by Jack Yellen; Music orchestrated by William Still and Arthur Schutt
Dances directed by Russell Markert; Dances Directed by Tom Nip
Scenic Design by Clark Robinson; Costume Design by Charles Le Maire
Orchestra under the direction of Don Voorhees
Dance Ensembles by Russell Markert
Paul Brack
The Acrobat
Walter Bremer
New Yorker
Dave Chasen
Simley's Protege
The Head Waiter
Joe Cook
Smiley Johnson
Ben Cutler
New Yorker
Vance Elliott
New Yorker
Rita Garcia
Oriental Dancer
Edgar Gardner
James Gregory
The Ticket Seller
Marion Herson
The Child
Tom Howard
Amos K. Shrewsberry
Warren Hull
Jack Wayne
Vernon Jacobson
Ernest Lambart
Lord Gwinnie Llandridrodd Wells
Helen Lynd
Frankie Shultz
Joe Lyons
Jesse Dalton
The Barker
Alex McKee
New Yorker
Rosie Moran
Ethel Norris
Walter Pharr
The Policeman
William V. Powers
the Lion Tamer
Dimples Riede
The Mother
Janet Velie
Mrs. Patricia Conway
Nancy Welford
Mary Wheeler
Devah Worrell
Grace Forsythe
music by Milton Ager and Owen Murphy; lyrics by Jack Yellen
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Circus Days Members of the Junior League, Young Ladies, School Girls, Boys and The American Rockets
Glad Tidings Mary Wheeler, Jack Wayne, Bachelor Quartette, New Yorker and Ensemble
Circus Days (Reprise) Girls and Boys
So Would I Smiley Johnson and Village Kids
Add a Little Wiggle Frankie Shultz
Rain or Shine Mary Wheeler, Jack Wayne, Bachelor Quartette, New Yorker and Ensemble
Laugh, Clown, Laugh
(music by Ted Fiorito; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Oh, Baby
(music by Owen Murphy; lyrics by Owen Murphy)
Katie, Harry and Ensemble
Roustabout Song (We Follow the Trail) Jack Wayne, New Yorker and Men's Ensemble
Hey Rube Grocko and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Falling Star Mrs. Patricia Conway, New Yorker and Ensemble
Feelin' Good
(music by Owen Murphy)
Frankie Shultz and Ensemble
Forever and Ever Jack Wayne, New Yorker and Ensemble
Who's Gonna Get You? Mary Wheeler and Boys