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The Greenwich Village Follies [1928]   

Winter Garden Theatre, (4/09/1928 - 7/28/1928)
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Opening Date: Apr 09, 1928    
Closing Date: Jul 28, 1928 Total Performances: 128

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Comments: First "Greenwich Village Follies" without John Murray Anderson

Production Staff
Produced by The Bohemians, Inc. and Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Ray Perkins and Maurice Rubens; Book by Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Nathaniel Lief and Max Lief; Musical Director: Max Meth; Additional lyrics by Harold Atteridge
Directed by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Chester Hale and Ralph Reader
Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps; Scenic Design by Watson Barratt
Conducted by Arnold Johnson
Max Alexander

Florence Arganza

Sally Argo

Walter Armin

Sheila Barrett

Bonnibelle Beard

Francine Blythe

Grace Brinkley

Adrienne Brower

Kay Burnell

Helene Cambridge

Carlos & Valeria

Sylvia Carol

Dorothy Casey

Azeada Charkouie

Morine Clarke

Gertrude Cornbloom

Annette Davies

Phyllis DeCastro

John Donahue

Ben Dova

Dorothy Drum

Mickey Ellis

Benny Fields

Irene French

Marion Gillon

Gladys Glorita

Inez Goetz

Jean Gordon

James Grant

Sylvia Green

Chester Hale Girls

Patsy Hickey

Harry Jans

Phillis Jordan

Jack Kelly

Joan Kent

Marie Kosco

Grace La Rue

Evelyn Law

Laura Lee

Ngaio Lee

Adelaide Loraine

Zayda Lord

Yoland Losee

Renie Luers

Violet Lundberg

Betty MacDonald

Peggy McDonald

Billy McLeod

Hoyt Meredith

Lillian Messmer

Florence Misgen

Georgia Moore

Josephine Mostler

Leona Newell

Hilda Paterson

Viola Paulson

Emmy Petri

Imogene Phillips

Rolande Poucel

Annie Pritchard

Lola Raine

Ralph Reader Girls

Marie Regan

Violet Renault

Dr. Rockwell

Ethel Ross

Maude Ross

Ross Twins

Beatrice Rupp

Evelyn Sabin

Rosina Savelli

Blossom Seeley

Eddie Shubert

May Sigler

Evelyn Sintae

Jack Stanford

Irene Stephens

Winona Sweet

Midge Sydney

Lillian Thomas

Jewel Tidgens

Myrtle Wagner

Bobby Watson

Harold Whalen

Ester Wheaton

Dorothy Winters

Mary Wynn

music by Ray Perkins and Maurice Rubens; lyrics by Max Lief and Nathaniel Lief
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