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Sky High   

Shubert Theatre, (3/02/1925 - circa. 5/1925)
Winter Garden Theatre, (3/20/1925 - circa. 6/1925)
Casino Theatre, (6/15/1925 - 9/05/1925)
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Opening Date: Mar 02, 1925    
Closing Date: Sep 05, 1925 Total Performances: 217

Category: Musical, Original
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: London, England


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.); Produced in association with Eugene Howard
Music by Robert Stolz, Alfred Goodman, Carlton Kelsey and Maurie Rubens; Book by Harold Atteridge and Harry Graham; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Harry Graham; Musical Director: Carlton Kelsey; Additional lyrics by Clifford Grey; Based on an English musical farce by Harry Graham; Based on a Viennese Operette by Robert Bodansky, Bruno Hardt-Warden and Robert Stolz; Featuring songs by Hal Dyson and Irving Weill
Staged by Fred G. Latham and Alexander Leftwich; Choreographed by Seymour Felix; Entire production supervised by J. J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Paul Arlington and Vanity Fair Costumes Inc.
Cast
Florenz Ames
Alfred Horridge, Esq.
Arthur Appel
Chorus
Charlotte Ayres
Chorus
Jack Baker
Chorus
Joyce Barbour
Florence Horridge
Hazel Beamer
Chorus
William Birdie
Chorus
Allen Blair
Chorus
Peggy Brown
Chorus
Specialty Dancer
William Brown
Chorus
Ysobel Cayer
Chorus
John Creighton
Chorus
Charlie Dodge
Chorus
Edward Douglas
Lord Brancaster
Violet Englefield
Mrs. Horridge
Elsie Frank
Chorus
Norma Gould
Chorus
Carol Grey
Chorus
Ethel Guerard
Chorus
Dorothy Hathaway
Patricia Devere
Chorus
Bella Heyman
Chorus
Roland Hogue
Duke of Dulchester
Montague Lush
Willie Howard
Sammy Myers
Joe Hughes
Chorus
Catherine Huth
Chorus
Walter Johnson
Attendant
Philips
Emmy La Mar
Chorus
Margy Lane
Chorus
Betty Lee
Chorus
James R. Liddy
Horace Deveridge
Marcia Mack
Chorus
Ruth Mayon
Chorus
Lillian McNeil
Bar Maid
Dorothy McNulty
Cloak Room Girl
Chorus
Wallace Milam
Chorus
Ann Milburn
Aggie
Emily Miles
Marian
Mildred Morgan
Chorus
Lorene Mumma
Chorus
Fred Murray
Specialty Dancer
Chorus
Lucille Osborn
Chorus
Betty Pecan
Lily
Gene Philips
Chorus
Edith Pierce
Chorus
Beatrice Reiss
Chorus
Albert Royal
Chorus
Bert Shadow
Ratwell of Scotland Yard
Betty Sheldon
Chorus
Emily Sherman
Chorus
Stella Shiel
Duchess of Dulchester
Billie Smart
Chorus
Gladys Smith
Chorus
Marcella Swanson
Helen
Jeanne Tanny
Chorus
Vanessi
Delphine de Lavalliere
Helen Veronica
Chorus
Lucile Vinik
Chorus
Billy Wagner
Chorus
Marie Warner
Chorus
Thomas Whitely
Mr. Gray
Dr. Carter
Margy Whitney
Specialty Dancer
Chorus
Emma Wyche
Chorus
Specialty Dancer
music by Robert Stolz, Alfred Goodman, Maurice Rubens and Carlton Kelsey; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Harry Graham
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
London Johnnies
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Johnnies and Ushers
Hello, the Little Birds Have Flown Florence Horridge and Girls
The Best Songs of All
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Sammy Myers, Aggie and Girls
Intermezzo Florence Horridge, Horace Deveridge and Girls
Give Your Heart in June
(music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Florence Horridge, Horace Deveridge and Girls
There's Life in the Old Dog Yet Delphine de Lavalliere, Alfred Horridge, Esq. and Girls
Find a Good Time
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Duke of Dulchester, Delphine de Lavalliere, Alfred Horridge, Esq. and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Gossiping
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Mrs. Horridge, Dr. Carter, Helen, Marian and Guests
Why Are They Following Me?
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Sammy Myers, Girls, Aggie and Boys
Somewhere in Lovers' Land Florence Horridge and Girls
The Letter Song Florence Horridge and Horace Deveridge
Man o' My Dreams Delphine de Lavalliere and Alfred Horridge, Esq.
Sky High Florence Horridge, Horace Deveridge, Delphine de Lavalliere, Alfred Horridge, Esq. and Aggie
Keep On Croonin' a Tune
(music by Sammy Fain, Irving Weill and Jimmy McHugh; lyrics by Sammy Fain, Irving Weill and Jimmy McHugh)
Let It Rain
(music by Hal Dyson and James Kendis; lyrics by Hal Dyson and James Kendis)
Sammy Myers and Horace Deveridge
Let It Rain (Reprise)
(music by Hal Dyson and James Kendis; lyrics by Hal Dyson and James Kendis)
Sammy Myers, Horace Deveridge and Aggie
ACT 3 Sung By
Manicuring Manicure Girls and Patrons
Trim Them All But the One You Love
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Aggie and Six Little Dippers
The Barbering Wop of Seville
(lyrics by Clifford Grey)
Sammy Myers
We Make the Show Six Little Dippers
Whirled into Happiness Sammy Myers, Aggie, Duke of Dulchester, Delphine de Lavalliere, Lord Brancaster and Entire Company
   
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