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The Rose Girl   

Ambassador Theatre, (2/11/1921 - 5/07/1921)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 11, 1921    
Closing Date: May 07, 1921 Total Performances: 99

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Rose Gardens of Poincier, Ltd., in Grasse, Riviera, France; The Perfume Salon of Poincier, Ltd., Paris.


Production Staff
Produced by Anselm Goetzl and Lee Shubert
Music by Anselm Goetzl; Book by William Carey Duncan; Lyrics by William Carey Duncan; Musical Director: Max Steiner; Additional lyrics by Kay Reese and Ballard MacDonald; Additional music by Nat Vincent
Staged by Hassard Short; Choreographed by Michel Fokine and Max Scheck
Scenic Design by William Weaver; Costume Design by Ralph Mulligan
Cast
Aleta
Louise
Viola Allen
Ensemble
David Andrada
Filipard
Stewart Baird
Count Henri de Guise
Zoe Barnett
Nadine Bankoff
May Boley
Mme. Donay
Constance Brady
Ensemble
Florence Brandie
Ensemble
Shep Camp
Ambrose Lollypop
Beatrice Darling
Colette
Elizabeth Darling
Denise
Florence Gast
Marie
Marjorie Gateson
Fleurette
Jean Goddard
Ensemble
Fred Hillebrand
Filipe Telicot
Vivian Kelley
Ensemble
Helen Lockhart
Ensemble
Lydia Lopokova
Ballerina
Charlotte Lowery
Ensemble
Helen Lyons
Felice
Alice Monroe
Ensemble
Helen O'Day
Ensemble
Thelma Parker
Ensemble
Marion Phillips
Ensemble
Charles Purcell
Victor Marquis de la Roche
Rose Rolanda
A Gypsy Dancer
Lillian Sanger
Ensemble
Dorothy Schaefer
Ensemble
Edith Scott
Ensemble
Louis Simon
Oswald Pettibone
Gladys Strother
Ensemble
Beatrice Swanson
Jeanne Du Verne
Marcella Swanson
Adelle La Flamme
Rita Tracey
Ensemble
Billy Wagner
Ensemble
Mabel Withee
Mignon Latour
Elba Woods
Ensemble
Jean Woods
Ensemble
Marie Woods
Ensemble
Virginia Wynn
Suzette
music by Anselm Goetzl; lyrics by William Carey Duncan
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The Protegés Mme. Donay and Four Proteges
Beauty's Candy Shop Count Henri de Guise, Adelle La Flamme, Jeanne Du Verne and Visitors
When Our Sundays Are Blue Fleurette and Filipe Telicot
There Comes a Some Day Mignon Latour and Victor Marquis de la Roche
Flirtation Quartette Nadine Bankoff, Mme. Donay, Count Henri de Guise and Filipe Telicot
Wondrous Midnight Eyes
(lyrics by Kay Reese)
A Gypsy Dancer and Ensemble
The Spanish Senorita Filipe Telicot
That's Me Mignon Latour, Fleurette, Nadine Bankoff and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Ballet des Perfumes Ballerina and Corps de Ballet
Quarrel Number Fleurette and Filipe Telicot
When That Somebody Comes Fleurette and Girls
The Hour With You Victor Marquis de la Roche
The One Girl Boy
May and September Mignon Latour and Count Henri de Guise
My (Old) New Jersey Home
(music by Nat Vincent; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
Fleurette and Filipe Telicot
The Rose Girl Blues Fleurette and Filipe Telicot
Lingerie Nadine Bankoff and Girls
Rose Girl Waltz Mignon Latour and Victor Marquis de la Roche