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Springtime of Youth   

Broadhurst Theatre, (10/26/1922 - 12/23/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 26, 1922    
Closing Date: Dec 23, 1922 Total Performances: 68

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Portsmouth, NH in 1812

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Based on the book 'Sterne, die wieder leuchtet' by: Bernhauser and Rudolph Schanzer; Music by Walter Kollo and Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Cyrus Wood; Musical Director: Frank Cork; Music orchestrated by Emil Gerstenberger
Staged by John Harwood and J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt and Rollo Wayne; Costume Design by Anna Spencer, Vanity Fair Costumes Inc. and Ford Uniform Company
Eileen Adaire
Quaker Girl
Venie Atherton
Relative of Roger Hathaway
C. Burnett
Navy Officer
Alan Cochrane
Navy Officer
Neil Courtney
Navy Officer
Marjorie Elise
Quaker Girl
Robert Fisher
Navy Officer
Willard Fry
Navy Officer
Patrice Gridier
Quaker Girl
Eleanor Griffith
Polly Baxter
Mabel Griswold
Quaker Girl
Grace Hamilton
Prudence Stokes
Jerome Hays
Jasper Pennifer
Gertrude Hillman
Relative of Roger Hathaway
Harry Kelly
Deacon Stokes
Mabel Kern
Quaker Girl
J. King
Loretta Koch
Quaker Girl
Myrtle Lawrence
Relative of Roger Hathaway
Mildred Lee
Quaker Girl
George MacFarlane
Roger Hathaway
Ben Marion
The Mayor
Polly Mayer
Quaker Girl
Harry McKee
Hiram Baxter
Harry K. Morton
Timothy Gookin
J. Harold Murray
Richard Stokes
Vivien Nulty
Quaker Girl
May O'Brien
Quaker Girl
Marie Pettes
Keziah Hathaway
Charles Peyton
Relative of Roger Hathaway
Walter J. Preston
Nat Podmore
Dorothy Ramesy
Quaker Girl
Maude Rider
Quaker Girl
Gladys Rogers
Quaker Girl
Zella Russell
Julie Sabath
Quaker Girl
Edward Scofield
Navy Officer
Fred Slosson
Navy Officer
Olga Steck
Priscilla Alden
Gladys Struthers
Quaker Girl
Clement Taylor
Navy Officer
Lillian Wilck
Quaker Girl
Tom Williams
Squire Hathaway
Larry Wood
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Cyrus Wood and Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Love While You May Prudence Stokes and Ensemble
Love Finds a Way Richard Stokes
Pretty Polly Polly Baxter and Nat Podmore
I Knew 'Twould Be So
(music by Walter Kollo)
Priscilla Alden
Best of Good Friends
(music by Walter Kollo)
Priscilla Alden and Richard Stokes
A Sailor's Bride Pepita and Timothy Gookin
Starlight of Hope Priscilla Alden and Roger Hathaway
ACT 2 Sung By
Si, Si, Senorita Priscilla Alden and Roger Hathaway
Chorus of Welcome
(music by Walter Kollo)
Just Like a Doll Polly Baxter and Nat Podmore
But in Brazil Pepita and Timothy Gookin
Youth and Spring Priscilla Alden and Richard Stokes
ACT 3 Sung By
Our Busy Needles Fly Prudence Stokes and Quakeresses
Won't You Take Me to Paris Pepita and Deacon Stokes
Find the Right Girl Priscilla Alden, Polly Baxter, Richard Stokes and Nat Podmore
Somewhere in Love's Garden Roger Hathaway and Chorus