MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 26, 1932
Closing Date
Jan 07, 1933
Previews
0
Performances
17
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Mansfield Theatre
(Dec 26, 1932 - Jan 07, 1933)

Description
A musical in two acts

Setting
City Square -- Jimtown, Mississippi; Jones' Cabin; U-Eat-Em Molasses Factory; Sugar Cane Field; Ben's Taxi Stand.

Music by Eubie Blake; Book by Flournoy E. Miller; Lyrics by Noble Sissle; Musical Director: Eubie Blake; Choral Arrangements by Will Vodery; Music orchestrated by Will Vodery
Staged by Walter Brooks; Dances by Carey and Davis
Scenic Design by Karl Amend; Costume Design by Robert Stevenson
Singing Ensemble
Summons Server
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Boy
Alice Walker
Dancing Boy
At the Piano
Dancing Girl
Stenographer
 
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Telephone Girl
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Girl
Edith Wilkes
Dancing Boy
Singing Ensemble
Sylvia Williams
Dancing Boy
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Dance Specialty
Singing Ensemble
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Girl
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Girl
Shipping Clerk
 
Singing Ensemble
Jim Williams
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dave Coffey
Steve Jenkins
Farmer Taps
 
Dancing Boy
Caesar Jones
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Office Boy
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Harry Walton
Taxi Ben
Dancing Girl
Singing Ensemble
Singing Ensemble
Tom Sharp
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Boy
A Customer
 
Singing Ensemble
Sheriff
 
Singing Ensemble
Dancing Boy
Mrs. Jones
music by Eubie Blake; lyrics by Noble Sissle
Act 1
Sung By
Labor Day Parade
Ensemble
Sing and Dance Your Troubles Away
Edith Wilkes and Ensemble
Chickens Come Home to Roost
Jim Williams, Edith Wilkes and Sylvia Williams
Bandana Ways
Mrs. Jones, Four Flash Devils, Farmer Taps, Dancing Girl and Ensemble
Breakin' 'Em In
Dancing Boys
In the Land of Sunny Sunflowers
Harry Walton, Sylvia Williams and Ensemble
Sugar Babe
Tom Sharp, Edith Wilkes and Alice Walker
Joshua Fit de Battle
Mrs. Jones and Male Ensemble
Sore Foot Blues
Dave Coffey
Glory
Tom Sharp and Company
Act 2
Sung By
Saturday Afternoon
Store Clerks and Ensemble
Here 'Tis
Edith Wilkes, Caesar Jones, Dancing Girl, Sheriff, Ensemble and A Customer
Falling in Love
Sylvia Williams and Harry Walton
Dusting Around
Dave Coffey
If It's Any News to You
Mrs. Jones and Caesar Jones
Harlem Moon
Edith Wilkes
You Got to Have Koo Wah
Tom Sharp
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