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Summer Wives   

Mansfield Theatre, (4/13/1936 - 4/18/1936)
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Opening Date: Apr 13, 1936    
Closing Date: Apr 18, 1936 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: Mike Chisley's Book Agency, Times Square, New York City, June; Porch of Lowen-Green Country Club, Afternoon in early September; Lover's Lane, Lowen-Green Country Club; Social Hall, Lowen-Green Country Club, Labor Day Eve.


Production Staff
Produced by Jack Linder and D. F. Wolfson
Written by Mark Linder and Dolph Singer; Music by Sam Morrison; Lyrics by Dolph Singer; Music for "Us on a Bus" by Vee Lawnhurst; Lyrics for "Us on a Bus" by Tot Seymour
Staged by Ira Hards
Scenic Design by Mabel Buell Studio
Conducted by Sid Sayre
Cast
Bassine Alfaux
Ensemble
Phil Arnold
Barney
Miriam Battista
Helen La Mott
Max Beck
Ensemble
Helen Charleston
Molly La Rue
Morgan Conway
Dan McGillicuddy
Charles Dale
Mike Chisley
Saul Daniel
Ensemble
Debby Dare
Ensemble
Mary Douglas
Minna Salmon
Milton Douglas
Fred Bernard
Laura Gilbert
Laura
Jack Hassler
Ensemble
Linda Lee Hill
Gertie
Annette Hoffman
Jennie Green
Marjorie Joyce
Ensemble
Roslyn Kay
Ensemble
Seymour Linder
Page Boy
Herbert Ritter Lynne
Ensemble
Bertha Mack
Ensemble
Daniel Makarenko
Jacob Adelman
Ben Marks
Benny
Fay Martin
Mrs. Mortimer Rich
Sam Morrison
Sammy
Gertrude Mudge
Mrs. Roslyn Berg
William B. Newgard
Ensemble
Jhoreck Rai
Jack Archibald
Clarence Rock
Joe Wilder
Alma Ross
Ensemble
J. Raymond Savich
Max
Freya Schorr
Ensemble
Joseph Smith
Murray Lowen
Jeanne Temple
Ensemble
Francisco Torres
Ensemble
Robert Turner
Ensemble
Jane Walsh
Betty Pratt
Herbert Warren
Mr. Mortimer Rich
John Wheeler
Ensemble
Eddie Yubell
Mel Tone
Jack Zero
Ensemble

ACT 1
Lowen-Green Country Club, I Love You
ACT 2
My Love Carries On
Us On A Bus
Play Me an Old-Time Two-Step
ACT 3
I Wrote a Song for You
Mickey
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