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Sun-kist   

Globe Theatre, (5/23/1921 - 6/1921)
Sam H. Harris Theatre, (6/20/1921 - 7/02/1921)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: May 23, 1921    
Closing Date: Jul 02, 1921 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: Hollywood and Mexico


Production Staff
Produced by Fanchon & Marco
Book by Fanchon & Marco; Lyrics by Fanchon & Marco; Music by Fanchon & Marco; Musical Director: Reuben Wolff
Scenic Design by Newby and Alexander; Costume Design by Fanchon Wolff and Eva Clark
Cast
Marcia Adair
Miss Smiles
Olga Broadwell
Ensemble
Eva Clark
Annabelle Foster
Daisey DeWitte
Violet Ray
Fanchon & Marco
Jeanette Dare
Jack Cartwright
Aileen Forbes
Ensemble
Evyleen Gerald
Ensemble
Helen Gilmour
Ensemble
Lorena Hall
Ensemble
Ferris Hallet
Ensemble
Lucille Harmon
Gladys Sullivan
Martha Hicks
Ensemble
Donald Kerr
Assistant Director
Ivanelle Ladd
Peppy Kid
Edythe Marshall
Ensemble
Nelson and Chain
Two 'Nut' Applicants
Rowena Ray
Ensemble
Blanche Roberts
Ensemble
John Sheehan
Chester P. Hemingway
Jack Squire
Mack Phelan
Muriel Stryker
The Indian Idol
Sybil Stuart
Peppy Kid
Ensemble
Nita Susoff
Ensemble
Dorothy Vardon
Ensemble
Merriam Wallace
Ensemble
Arthur West
Willie Logan
Wright Dancers
The Dancers
music by ; lyrics by
ACT 1 Sung By
Breaking into the Movies Ensemble
Bragging Song Willie Logan
My Sweetie's Smile Mack Phelan, Violet Ray and Ensemble
The Love a Gypsy Knows Annabelle Foster
Use Your Judgement Two 'Nut' Applicants
They Call Me Pollyanna Gladys Sullivan
The I Dunno Wat Assistant Director, Violet Ray and Gladys Sullivan
I Want to Meet You (Some Day) in California Jeanette Dare
ACT 2 Sung By
A Pretty Dance Is Like a Violin Jack Cartwright
Comin' Through the Rye Annabelle Foster
For No Reason Whatsoever Annabelle Foster and Two 'Nut' Applicants
Lo! Hear the Gentle Lark Annabelle Foster
What the Critics Said Willie Logan