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The Merry Widow   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/05/1921 - 10/22/1921)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Sep 05, 1921    
Closing Date: Oct 22, 1921 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Music by Franz Lehár; Lyrics by Adrian Ross; Book by Victor Leon and Leo Stein; Based on Henri Meilhac; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld
Staged by George Marion
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Peggy Hoyt and Mme. E.S. Freisinger
Cast
Charles Angelo
Khadja
Peggy Arthur
Fi-Fi
Chorus
Albert Barber
Chorus
Elsie Bartlett
Chorus
Warren Bassette
Chorus
Dora Beck
Chorus
Albert Bennett
Chorus
Blossom Churan
Chorus
John Clark
Chorus
John Colvin
Chorus
Raymond Crane
Popoff
Celeste Craven
Chorus
Jefferson De Angelis
Nish
Evelyn Dorn
Do-Do
Chorus
Yvette DuBois
Zo-Zo
Chorus
Georges Dufranne
Marquis Cascada
Bert V. Elias
Orchestra Leader at Maxim's
Chorus
Jean Ferguson
Chorus
Dorothy Francis
Natalie
Dorothy Gilbert
Jou-Jou
Chorus
Arthur Goodrich
Chorus
Herbert Heming
Chorus
Weslyn Hull
Little Willie
Chorus
Charles Huston
Chorus
Joseph Huzar
Chorus
James Kovachevich
Chorus
Lydia Lipkowska
Sonia
The Merry Widow
Kathleen Mayer
Chorus
Ad Meyer
Chorus
Horace Milleron
Chorus
Esther Morris
Margot
Chorus
Harry Parry
Chorus
Reginald Pasch
Prince Danilo
Patrick Quinton
Chorus
Robert Roberts
Chorus
Frances Romana
Clo-Clo
Chorus
Louise Rostrand
Chorus
Margaret Schilling
Melitza
Blanche Seymour
Praskovia
Edward Sheldon
Chorus
Horace R. Sisson
Chorus
James Smith
Chorus
Rosco Snyder
Chorus
Ralph Soule
Raoul de St. Brioche
Gwyn Stratford
Lo-Lo
Chorus
Jeanne Stuart
Chorus
Blaz Tkalae
Chorus
Micha Vranasevich
Chorus
Margery Wall
Frou-Frou
Chorus
Frank Webster
Camille de Jolidon
Marie Wells
Olga
William H. White
General Novikovich
John Yorke
Head Waiter
Chorus
music by Franz Lehar; lyrics by Adrian Ross
ACT 1 Sung By
A Dutiful Wife Natalie and Camille de Jolidon
In Marsovia Sonia and Chorus
Maxim's (Girls, Girls, Girls) Prince Danilo
ACT 2 Sung By
Vilia Sonia
The Cavalier Sonia and Prince Danilo
Women Septet
Oh, Say No More Natalie and Camille de Jolidon
Love in My Heart Camille de Jolidon
ACT 3 Sung By
The Girls at Maxim's Olga, Girls and Chorus
Butterflies Fi-Fi and Chorus
I Love You So (The Merry Widow Waltz) Sonia and Prince Danilo