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She Loves Me Not   

46th Street Theatre, (11/20/1933 - circa. 10/1934)
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Opening Date: Nov 20, 1933    
Closing Date: Oct 1934 Total Performances: 360

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in two acts
Setting: Philadelpha, Princeton; New York City; Detroit and Washington.

Production Staff
Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman and Tom Weatherly
Written by Howard Lindsay; from a novel by Edward Hope; A Song or Two By Arthur Schwartz and Edward Heyman
Staged by Howard Lindsay
Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey
General Manager: Forrest C. Haring; Company Manager: J. H. DelBondio
Stage Manager: Randall O'Neill; Associate Stage Mgr: Robert Bentzen, Andy Anderson and DeLancey Cleveland
Press Representative: Elise Chisholm
Allan Allen
Senator Gray
of Washington D.C.
Andy Anderson
Assistant Camera Man
of New York
John Beal
Paul Lawton
of Princeton
Harry Bellaver
Mugg Schnitzel
of Philadelphia
Robert Bentzen
A Camera Man
of New York
Frances Brandt
Mrs. Arbuthnot
of New York
Charles D. Brown
A. Augustus McNeal
of New York
Jane Buchanan
Frances Arbuthnot
of New York
Helen Buck
of Detroit
Jack Byrne
Baldy O'Mara
of Princeton
DeLancey Cleveland
Assistant Camera Man
of New York
Jerome Daley
J. Thorval Jones
of New York
John T. Dwyer
Marshall Mercer
of Princeton
Edward M. Favor
A Father
Harold P. Flick
Joseph Arkle
of New York
John M. Kline
Charles M. Lawton
of Detroit
Ralph J. Locke
of Philadelphia
Burgess Meredith
Buzz Jones
of Princeton
Caroline Morrison
A Housekeeper
of Princeton
Philip Ober
Henry Broughton
of Princeton
Maude Odell
A Mother
Randall O'Neill
Joseph Arkle
of New York
Florence Rice
Midge Mercer
of Princeton
Frederic Voight
Phillip Laval
of Princeton
Polly Walters
Curley Flagg
of Philadelphia
Nelson West
A Jailer
of Princeton
Gerrie Worthing
A Stenographer
of Philadelphia
music by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Edward Heyman
She Loves Me Not
After All You're All I'm After