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Strike Me Pink   

Majestic Theatre, (3/04/1933 - 6/10/1933)
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Opening Date: Mar 04, 1933    
Closing Date: Jun 10, 1933 Total Performances: 122

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts


Production Staff
Produced by Ray Henderson, Lew Brown and Waxey Gordon
Sketches by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson; Additional dialogue by Mack Gordon, Jack McGowan and Richard Jerome; Lyrics by Lew Brown; Music by Ray Henderson; Musical Director: Al Goodman; Music orchestrated by Edward Powell
Entire production supervised by Ray Henderson and Lew Brown; Sketches directed by Jack McGowan; Dances and ensembles staged by Seymour Felix
Scenic Design by Henry Dreyfuss; Costume Design by Kiviette and Charles Le Maire
Cast
Aber Twins
"I Hate to Think..." Dancer
Mary Ann
Dancer
Claiborne Arms
Show Girl
Roy Atwell
"An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer
Husband in "Ultra Modern"
Ernest
Design for Loving
Butler in "The Trip"
Gracie Barrie
"It's Great To Be Alive" Performer
Vicky Belling
Dancer
Emmy Bock
Dancer
Helane Brown
Dancer
James Brown
Butler in "Design for Loving"
Will Vodery Singer
Norma Butler
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
Dancer
Barbara Caswell
Dancer
Mary Chappelle
Concert Singer
Hal Clyne
Boy
Frank Conlon
Butler in "Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains"
Baldo
Design for Loving
Orator
Buy American!
Pest
External Triangle
Wilma Cox
Nurse
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
Professor's Secretary
Techno-Crazy
Maid
The Trip
Dorothy Dare
Son's Wife
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
"I Hate to Think..." Performer
Marguerite De Coursey
Show Girl
Ruth Dod
Show Girl
Dorothy Dodge
Show Girl
Bill Douglas
Boy
Johnny Downs
The Duncans' Son
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
Pat
Ultra Modern
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
"I Hate to Think..." Performer
Elsie Duffy
Dancer
George Duke
Will Vodery Singer
Jimmy Durante
"An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer
Mr. Duncan
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
"A Bit of Temperment" Performer
"Dinner at Ten" Performer
Professor
Techno-Crazy
Otto
Design for Loving
"Ooh, I'm Thinking" Performer
Husband in "External Triangle"
"Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway" Performer
"On Any Street" Performer
Geraldine Dvorak
Show Girl
Mabel Ellis
Show Girl
Louise Estes
Dancer
Peggy Fish
Show Girl
Alex Fisher
"Restless" Dancer
Peggy Gallimore
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
Dancer
Eleanor Garden
Dancer
Eddie Garr
"An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer
Leo
Design for Loving
Hawker
Buy American!
Man
A Smoking Car
Ruth Grady
Dancer
Lula Gray
Dancer
Jack Harcourt
Concert Singer
Pearl Harris
Dancer
Ruth Harrison
"Restless" Dancer
David Johns
Concert Singer
Daniel Johnson
Will Vodery Singer
Charlotte Joslin
Dancer
Leoda Knapp
Dancer
Leslie Laurence
Dancer
Charles Lawrence
Will Vodery Singer
Hal Le Roy
Bobby
Ultra Modern
"Strike Me Pink" Dancer
"I Hate to Think..." Dancer
Betty Lee
Dancer
Clark Leston
Boy
Phyllis Lynd
Dancer
Diana Lynn
Dancer
Barbara MacDonald
"Strike Me Pink" Dancer
Mary Joan Martin
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
Dancer
Earl Mason
Concert Singer
Rosalie McCallion
Dancer
June McNulty
Dancer
Jack Moore
Boy
Mary Moore
Concert Singer
Jewel Morse
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
Dancer
George Murray
Boy
Ricky Newell
Show Girl
Carolyn Nolte
Mrs. Duncan
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
"Let's Call It a Day" Performer
"Restless" Performer
Olaf Olson
Concert Singer
Lillian Pertka
Dancer
Leonore Pettit
Show Girl
Jack Ross
Boy
Jean Ryan
Dancer
Jimmy Ryan
Boy
Ted Schultz
Boy
Louise Sheldon
Show Girl
Jackie Sherman
Dancer
Madeline Southworth
Concert Singer
Lupe Velez
"An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer
Jerry
Ultra Modern
"A Bit of Temperment" Performer
"Dinner at Ten" Performer
"Love and Rhythm" Performer
Woman
A Smoking Car
"Ooh, I'm Thinking" Performer
Wife in "External Triangle"
"Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway" Performer
Matthew Vodnoy
"Strike Me Pink" Performer
George Dewey Washington
"Home to Harlem" Performer
Davenie Watson
Dancer
Milton Watson
A Friend
Speed -- Roy Atwell Explains
"Let's Call It a Day" Performer
Conductor
A Smoking Car
Mrs. Thomas
The Trip
Lover
External Triangle
George Weeden
Boy
Roberta West
Concert Singer
Gil White
Boy
Marguerite Wiley
Dancer
Hope Williams
"An Old Hollywood Custom" Performer
Wife in "Ultra Modern"
"Dinner at Ten" Performer
Gilda
Design for Loving
Mrs. Laura Thomas
The Trip
"Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway" Performer
music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Lew Brown
ACT 1
An Old Hollywood Custom
It's Great To Be Alive
Strike Me Pink
Home to Harlem
Love and Rhythm
Let's Call It a Day
Restless
ACT 2
Ooh, I'm Thinking
I Hate To Think That You'll Grow Old, Baby
Hollywood, Park Avenue and Broadway
On Any Street