MusicalRevue SatireOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 08, 1930
Closing Date
May 02, 1931
Previews
0
Performances
168
MusicalRevue SatireOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
B.S. Moss's Broadway Theatre
(Dec 08, 1930 - May 02, 1931)

Description
A musical in two acts

Setting
New York and Miami

Theatre Owned / Operated by B.S. Moss
Produced by E. Ray Goetz
Music by Cole Porter; Book by Herbert Fields; Based on a Story by E. Ray Goetz and Peter Arno; Lyrics by Cole Porter; Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek; Musical Director: Al Goodman
Directed by Monty Woolley; Choreographed by George Hale; Special Numbers Staged and Directed by Fred Waring; Production Supervised by E. Ray Goetz
Scenic Design by Dale Stetson; Scenic Design based on sketches by Peter Arno; Costume Design by Peter Arno and Charles Le Maire; Lighting Design by Clark Robinson
Business Manager: Leon Spachner
Stage Manager: Murray Jay Queen; Assistant Stage Mgr: Ward Arnold and Billy Culloo; Technical Supervisor: Albert Rights
Conducted by Max Meth
Publicity Representative: Marc Lachmann
Dancing Girl
Dr. Windham Wentworth
A Nurse
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dancing Girl
Felix
captain at the Club Toro
Show Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dancing Girl
Gloria Wentworth
Show Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Show Girl
Show Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Cyril Gregory
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dopey
a henchman
Show Girl
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Jimmie Deegan
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Girl Friend
Warings Pennsylvanians
Hillary Trask
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Warings Pennsylvanians
Warings Pennsylvanians
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dr. Cortlandt Jenks
 
An Interne
Ronald Monahan
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Al Spanish
Show Girl
Assistant Nurse
 
Show Girl
Maurice Lapue
Character removed after opening
Alfredo Gomez
Dancing Girl
Show Girl
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Attendant at Sing Sing
Dancing Girl
Show Girl
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Warings Pennsylvanians
Show Girl
James Livingston
Girl Friend
Lola McGee
Dancing Girl
Mildew
Dancing Girl
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Dancing Girl
Show Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Girl Friend
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Orchestra
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Dancing Girl
Warings Pennsylvanians
Show Girl
Mona Low
hostess at the Toro
Alice Wentworth
Dancing Girl
Feet McGeehan

B.S. Moss's Broadway Theatre (Dec 08, 1930 - May 02, 1931)

Cast

Dr. Windham Wentworth
Dr. Cortlandt Jenks
 
An Interne
music by Cole Porter; lyrics by Cole Porter
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Go Into Your Dance
Mona Low, Lola McGee and Toro Girls
The Hot Patata
(music by Jimmy Durante; lyrics by Jimmy Durante)
Jimmie Deegan, Ronald Monahan and Cyril Gregory
Where Have You Been?
Al Spanish and Alice Wentworth
Say It With Gin
Ensemble and Trainor Brothers
Venice
Alice Wentworth, Ronald Monahan, Jimmie Deegan and Cyril Gregory
Love For Sale
May and Three Girl Friends
I'm Getting Myself Ready for You
Mona Low, James Livingston, Lola McGee and Alfredo Gomez
Drinking Song
(music by Fred Waring; lyrics by Charles Henderson)
Waring's Pennsylvanians
The Great Indoors
Mona Low and Girls
Money
(music by Jimmy Durante; lyrics by Jimmy Durante)
Jimmie Deegan, Ronald Monahan and Cyril Gregory
Wood
(music by Jimmy Durante; lyrics by Jimmy Durante)
Jimmie Deegan, Ronald Monahan, Cyril Gregory and Company
Act 2
Sung By
Sheikin Fool
(music by Jimmy Durante; lyrics by Jimmy Durante)
Jimmie Deegan, Ronald Monahan and Cyril Gregory
Let's Fly Away
James Livingston, Alice Wentworth and Ensemble
I Happen to Like New York
Mildew
Let's Fly Away (Reprise)
James Livingston, Alice Wentworth and Ensemble
Sing Sing for Sing Sing
Al Spanish and Waring's Pennsylvanians
Sing Sing for Sing Sing (Reprise)
Mona Low, Three Girl Friends and Waring's Pennsylvanians
Data
(music by Jimmy Durante; lyrics by Jimmy Durante)
Jimmie Deegan, Ronald Monahan, Cyril Gregory and Waring's Pennsylvanians
Take Me Back to Manhattan
Entire Company
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