MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
May 08, 1952
Closing Date
May 10, 1952
Performances
4
MusicalComedyRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Broadway Theatre
(May 08, 1952 - May 10, 1952)

Setting
Northern Italy and New York. Spring, 1945.

Produced by Irving Gaumont; Produced in association with Grace Rosenfeld
Music by Eubie Blake; Revised Book by Flournoy Miller and Paul Gerard Smith; Lyrics by Noble Sissle; Additional music by Joseph Meyer; Additional lyrics by Floyd Huddleston; Music orchestrated by Charles Cook; Vocal arrangements by Claude Garreau; Featuring songs with lyrics by Joan Javitts
Directed by Paul Gerard Smith; Entire Production Devised and Staged by George Hale; Choreographed by Henry LeTang
Scenic Design by Albert R. Johnson; Costume Design by Waldo Angelo
Production Stage Manager: Lawrence Seymour
Dancer
Himself
Dancer
Cpl. Betty Lee
 
Singer
Dancer
Pvt. Longitude Lane
Dancer
 
Model
Singer
Dancer
Model
Dancer
Capt. Frederick Graham
 
Singer
Mable
Laura Popham
Lt. Jim Crocker
Sgt. Lucy Duke
Major Joseph Gantt
 
Singer
SS Trooper
Pvt. Cyphus Brown
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Dancer
Singer
Dancer
Capt. Harry Gaillard
Cpl. Louie Bauche
 
Singer
Himself
Dancer
Col. Alexander Popham
Sgt. Rocky Mason
Chaplain
Rosa Pasini
 
Singer
Sgt. Mabel Powers
 
Singer
music by Eubie Blake; lyrics by Noble Sissle
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Jive Drill
Bugler, Sgt. Rocky Mason and Ensemble
Bitten by Love
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Floyd Huddleston)
Cpl. Betty Lee, Lt. Jim Crocker and Ensemble
Falling
Sgt. Lucy Duke and Capt. Harry Gaillard
I'm Just Wild About Harry
Sgt. Lucy Duke, Capt. Harry Gaillard and Ensemble
City Called Heaven - Juba-lee
Chaplain and Ensemble
Bongo-boola
Mable, Bugler, Drummer and Ensemble
Swanee Moon
Cpl. Betty Lee, Singers and Dancer
Love Will find a Way
Sgt. Lucy Duke, Lt. Jim Crocker, Rosa Pasini, Cpl. Louie Bauche and Singers
Rhythm of America
Sgt. Lucy Duke and Entire Company
Act 2
Sung By
It's the Gown That Makes the Gal That Makes the Guy
(lyrics by Joan Javitts)
Ensemble
You Can't Overdo a Good Thing
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Floyd Huddleston)
Sgt. Lucy Duke and Models
My Day
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Floyd Huddleston)
Lt. Jim Crocker and GIs
Give It Love
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Floyd Huddleston)
Cpl. Betty Lee and WACs
Farewell With Love
Sgt. Lucy Duke
Here 'Tis
(music by Joseph Meyer; lyrics by Floyd Huddleston)
Mable
Reminiscing
Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake
Finale
Entire Company
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