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The Dancing Girl   

Winter Garden Theatre, (1/24/1923 - 5/12/1923)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 24, 1923    
Closing Date: May 12, 1923 Total Performances: 142

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: An Atlantic Liner and New York City


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Music by Sigmund Romberg; Additional music by George Gershwin, A. J. Carey and Alfred Goodman; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Directed by J. C. Huffman; Under the supervision of Jacob J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt and Rollo Wayne; Costume Design by Milgrims, Joseph Hickson, Lucile, Ford Uniform Company, Paul Arlington, Vanity Fair Costumes Inc., Gilbert Clark, Mme. Haverstck and Mme. Routon
Piano Specialty: Edythe Baker
Cast
Ben Bard
Chief Inspector
Ben
The Dope Fiend
Margaret Brill
Ensemble
Dorothy Bruce
First Lady
Geraldine
Rodger Buckley
Ensemble
Tom Burke
Rudolpho
The Old Man
Frank Byron
The Count
Joe
First Inspector
Perry
The Doctor
Virginia Calmer
Melisande
Ensemble
Lota Cheeck
Ensemble
Florence Darling
Ensemble
Marian Davis
Ensemble
Kitty Doner
Mr. Clark
Mame
Pinkie
Rose Doner
Miss Grayson
A Vamp Shop Girl
The Minuet
Ted Doner
Mack
The Minuet
Pete
Mr. Brown
Lys Doree
Ensemble
Marie Dressler
A Lady Passenger
A Lady Patron
Marie Dressler
Sadie Thompson
Elsie Dunn
Ensemble
Dolores Edwards
Ensemble
Jeanne Elise
Ensemble
George Ellison
Ensemble
Sally Fields
Eliza
Pauo Pauo
Jack Forrester
Mr. Campbell
Second Stage Hand
Ensemble
Helen Fox
Lilly
Elsie Frank
Ensemble
Perle Germonde
Francine
Nancy Gibbs

Frank Greene
Mr. Robinson
The Guide
King Louis
Joe Horne
The Referee
Harriet Gustin
Amy
Margaret Hansel
Ensemble
Marie Harcourt
The Violin Girl
Hope Herendeen
Hope
Llora Hoffman
Dellisho
The Singer
Mrs. Sheldon
Mrs. Meyers
Lou Holtz
Another Victim
Lou
Gilda Leary
Gloria Seabright
Bennie Leonard
Benny Leonard
Charles Mac
The Steward
The Butler
A Gentleman
First Stage Hand
Steve
Kay Mahoney
Ensemble
Arthur Margetson
Bruce Chattfield
The Young Man
Sergeant O'Hara
Michael Markoff
A Czechoslovak
Martha Mason
The Dancer
Elsie May
Mrs. Davidson
Ensemble
Dona Mayo
Ensemble
Bobbie McCree
Ensemble
Carol Miller
Ensemble
Renee Miller
Ensemble
Poppy Morton
Ensemble
Bobbie Muir
Helene
Allie Nack
Young Sullivan
Nat Nazarro, Jr.

William Neeley
Ensemble
Sydney Nelson
Ensemble
Jack Pearl
Gustave
Chief Inspector's Assistant
Jack
Edith Pierce
Ensemble
Lucille Pryor
Ensemble
Fay Reed
Ensemble
Roy Remo
Mr. Jones
The Singer
Helen Rodgers
Ensemble
Buela Rubens
Ensemble
Cyril Scott
John Mercer
The Reverend Davidson
Gladys Smith
Ensemble
Orilla Smith
Ensemble
Water Girl
Charlotte Sprague
Camille
Edna Starck
Ensemble
Louise Starck
Ensemble
Henry Stremel
Mr. Smith
Constable
Second Inspector
Doorman
May Sullivan
Ensemble
Marja Talwyn
Clarice
Jean Thomas
Ensemble
Jean Travers
Ensemble
Trini
Anna
The Dancer
Michael Voljanin
A Russian Immigrant
Billy Wagner
Ensemble
Dolly Wegman
Ensemble
Irvin Wesley
Ensemble
Jack Wesley
Father Time
Florence Wilde
Ensemble
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Lucky in Love Ensemble
Any Little Girl Will Fall Mr. Clark and Miss Grayson
Hail U.S.A. Dellisho
That American Boy of Mine
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Irving Caesar)
Eliza
Why Am I (So) Sad
(music by George Gershwin)
Rudolpho and Anna
What Have You to Declare Mack and A Vamp Shop Girl
The Bowery of Today Mack and Mame
My Love Bouquet The Young Man and The Dancer
I'm a Devil with the Ladies Pinkie
I've Been Wanting You
(music by A. J. Carey and Alfred Goodman)
The Dancer and The Young Man
Versailles The Singer
There Was the Punch Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
That Romance of Mine The Old Man, The Singer, The Young Man and The Dancer
Cuddle Up
(music by George Gershwin)
Pinkie and The Minuet
Play Me a Tune Pete
Pango Pango
(music by George Gershwin)
Pauo Pauo
Venetian The Old Man, Mrs. Sheldon, Joe Horne and The Singer
   
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