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So Long Letty   

Shubert Theatre, (10/23/1916 - 1/13/1917)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Oct 23, 1916    
Closing Date: Jan 13, 1917 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and three scenes.
Setting: San Francisco at the Present Time


Production Staff
Produced by Oliver Morosco
Book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris; Music by Earl Carroll; Lyrics by Earl Carroll; Musical Director: Harry James
Staged by Oliver Morosco; Musical Staging by Julian Alfred
Cast
Charlotte Greenwood
Letty Robbins
Roy Adams
Chorus
Margaret App
Chorus
Winnie Baldwin
Sadie McQuiggle
Kay Beach
Chorus
Jack Birkson
Chorus
May Boley
Grace Miller
Percy Bronson
Philip Brown
Betty Calais
Chorus
Robert Calley
Chauffeur
Dorothy Cameron
Dancer from the Casino
Frances Cameron
Chita Alvarez
Madeline Cameron
Dancer from the Casino
Jennie Cannar
Chorus
Walter Catlett
Harry Miller
Marie Cattell
Chorus
Pauline De Lorme
Chorus
Vera Doria
Mrs. Cease
Hazel Ellsworth
Chorus
Florence Flandreaux
Chorus
Grover Frankne
Chorus
Sydney Grant
Tommy Robbins
Muriel Griel
Chorus
Murray Lavone
Chorus
Frank Leslie
Chorus
Ben Linn
Billy Monday
William McGuire
Chorus
Vera Mercer
Chorus
Margaret Moll
Chorus
Frank O'Neil
Chorus
Betty Parker
Chorus
Gertrude Reynolds
Chorus
Jessie Reynolds
Chorus
Wesley Spears
Chorus
Jack Wells
Chorus
Ethel Westie
Chorus
music by Earl Carroll; lyrics by Earl Carroll
ACT 1 Sung By
Letter Trio Mrs. Cease, Chita Alvarez and Philip Brown
All the Comforts of Home Grace Miller and Girls
So Long, Letty Letty Robbins and Tommy Robbins
Pass Around the Apples Once Again Sadie McQuiggle and Philip Brown
Blame It (All) on the Girls Harry Miller, Dancers from the Casino and Chorus
If I Could Read the Kisses Others Printed on Your Lips Chita Alvarez, Philip Brown and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
(On a) Beautiful Beach Sadie McQuiggle, Chorus and Letty Robbins
Mr. Patrick Henry Must Have Been a Married Man Billy Monday
Play Me a Ukelele
When Jackson Moans on His Saxophone
(Here Come the) Married Men Letty Robbins