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The Duchess Misbehaves   

Adelphi Theatre, (2/13/1946 - 2/16/1946)
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Opening Date: Feb 13, 1946    
Closing Date: Feb 16, 1946 Total Performances: 5

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by A. P. Waxman
Music by Dr. Frank Black; Book by Gladys Shelley; Additional dialogue by Joe Bigelow; Lyrics by Gladys Shelley; Music orchestrated by Don Walker; Vocal arrangements by Clay Warnick; Musical Director: Charles Sanford
Directed by Martin Manulis; Choreographed by George Tapps
Scenic Design by Albert A. Ostrander; Costume Design by Willa Kim; Lighting Design by Carlton Winckler
Cast
Gail Adams
1st Girl
Edith Boyd
3rd Sister
Elena Boyd
1st Sister
Mildred Boyd
2nd Sister
Audrey Christie
Chrystal Shalimar
Duchess of Alba
Victor Clarke
1st Student
Larry Douglas
Paul
Pablo
Al Downing
Reporter
Penny Edwards
Butterfly
Mariposa
Joey Faye
Woonsocket
Goya
Buddy Ferraro
Franchot
Messenger
Grace Hayle
Woman
Amber
Joanne Jaap
Model
Manicurist
Paula Laurence
Miss Kiester
James MacColl
Fitzgerald
Roberto
Ethel Madson
2nd Girl
Paul Marten
Barber
Ken Martin
Tailor
Philip Tonge
Neville Goldglitter
Bernie Williams
Ass't Tailor
music by Dr. Frank Black; lyrics by Gladys Shelley
ACT 1 Sung By
Art Fitzgerald
My Only Romance Pablo, Singing Girls and Dancing Girls
Broadminded Goya and Showgirls
I Hate Myself in the Morning Duchess of Alba and Students
Men Queen of Spain and Boyd Triplets
Couldn't Be More in Love Pablo and Mariposa
Dance of the Matador Her Man
Ole' Ole Goya and Ensemble
Katie Did in Madrid Duchess of Alba, Singers and Dancing Boys and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Morning in Madrid Entire Ensemble
Lost The Woman and Her Man
Honeymoon is Over Queen of Spain, Mariposa and Dancers
Nuts Duchess of Alba
Fair Weather Friends Pablo and Mariposa
The Nightmare Goya, Queen of Spain, Duchess of Alba, Dancers and Singers
Art (Reprise) Entire Company
   
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