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Three Waltzes   

Majestic Theatre, (12/25/1937 - 4/09/1938)
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Opening Date: Dec 25, 1937    
Closing Date: Apr 09, 1938 Total Performances: 122

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Vienna, Paris, and England from 1865 to 1937


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Select Operating Corporation
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Clare Kummer and Rowland Leigh; from the play by Paul Knepler and Armin Robinson
Dances Staged by Chester Hale; Staged and Directed by Hassard Short
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Connie De Pinna
General Manager: John Shubert; Company Manager: Sam Lamberg
Stage Manager: Robert Calley; Assistant Stage Mgr: Fred Small
Based on music by Johann Strauss, Sr., Johann Strauss, Jr. and Oscar Straus
Assistant to Hassard Short: Jerome Whyte
Cast
Michael Bartlett
Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn
Count Otto von Hohenbrunn
Rudolph's Son
Count Max von Hohenbrunn
Rudolph's Grandson
Gladys Baxter
Marie Hiller
Alternate
Charlotte Hiller
Marie Hiller's Daughter
Alternate
Franzi Corot Hiller
Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller
Alternate
Kitty Carlisle
Marie Hiller
Charlotte Hiller
Marie Hiller's Daughter
Franzi Corot Hiller
Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller
Glenn Anders
Karl Brenner
Ann Andrews
Baroness Delaunay
John Barker
Viscount Rene Duval
Rosie Moran
Steffi Castelli
Lilli's Daughter
Victor Morley
Baron Delaunay
Marion Pierce
Marchesa del Campo
Anita Arden
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Charles Arnt
Leopold von Hohenbrunn
Phyllis Avery
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Milton Barnett
The Ballet Boys
George Baxter
Field Marshall Count Maximilian von Hohenbrunn
Dr. Cavaneau
Sackville
Film Director
Marion Broske
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Ralph Bunker
Herr Beltramini
Author
Boris Butleroff
The Ballet Boys
Wanda Cochran
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Ted Daniels
Eight Men of Manhattan
Richard D'Arcy
The Ballet Boys
Dana Doran
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Wheeler Dryden
Herr Difflinger
a painter
Louis
a waiter at Maxime's
Musical Director
Lipman Duckat
Eight Men of Manhattan
Joan Engel
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Truman Gaige
Conductor
Leo
an Actor
Roger Gerry
Eight Men of Manhattan
Ellen Gibb
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Gene Greenlaw
Eight Men of Manhattan
Barry Gunn
The Ballet Boys
Dorothy Hardy
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Alfred Kappeler
Herbert von Hohenbrunn
Manager
Cameraman
Paula Kaye
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Walter Lewis
Eight Men of Manhattan
Sylvia Liggett
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Ruth MacDonald
Lilli Castelli
Ralph Magelssen
Andre Corot
Baritone at the Theatre
Michael Mann
The Ballet Boys
Jayne Manners
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Earl McDonald
Felix von Hohenbrunn
Reporter
Trevor
Alice McWhorter
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Len Mence
Sebastian
Counterman
at the Commissary
Harry Mestayer
Egon von Hohenbrunn
Dolly Miller
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
William Newgord
Orderly
Page Boy
William Parker
Eight Men of Manhattan
Jack Phillips
Eight Men of Manhattan
Mischa Pompianov
The Ballet Boys
David Preston
Gendarme
The Ballet Boys
Frances Rands
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Fred Ratliffe
Eight Men of Manhattan
Adele Rich
Barmaid
Miss Waring
Script Girl
Lila Royce
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Diana Rutherford
Scandal Girls/The Ladies
Ivy Scott
Kalliwoda
Jean Sharp
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
June Sharpe
The Ballet Girls/The Can-Can Girls
Fred Sherman
Freddie
Louis Sorin
W. Wagstaff Wolf
of Hollywood
Marguerita Sylva
Countess von Hohenbrunn
Harold Taub
The Ballet Boys
Kay York
Scandal Girls/The Ladies

ACT 1 Sung By
Springtime
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Marie Hiller and Eight Men of Manhattan
My Heart Controls My Head
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Marie Hiller
Springtime (Is in the Air)
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn
Vienna Gossip
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Ensemble
My Heart Controls My Head (Reprise)
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Marie Hiller
Do You Recall
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Marie Hiller and Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn
Springtime (Reprise)
(music by Johann Strauss, Sr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Count Rudolph von Hohenbrunn
ACT 2 Sung By
Champagne
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Charlotte Hiller (Marie Hiller's Daughter), Andre Corot (Baritone at the Theatre) and Ensemble
To Live Is To Love
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Charlotte Hiller (Marie Hiller's Daughter)
The Only One
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Count Otto von Hohenbrunn (Rudolph's Son)
Paree
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Charlotte Hiller (Marie Hiller's Daughter), Ensemble and Ballet Girls
I'll Can-Can All Day
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Steffi Castelli (Lilli's Daughter)
To Live Is To Love (Reprise)
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Charlotte Hiller (Marie Hiller's Daughter) and Count Otto von Hohenbrunn (Rudolph's Son)
Scandal
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Marchesa del Campo, Manager, Author and Ensemble
Duc de Rivoli
(music by Johann Strauss, Jr.; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Charlotte Hiller (Marie Hiller's Daughter), Andre Corot (Baritone at the Theatre) and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
The History of Three Generations of Chorus Girls
(music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Ladies Ensemble
Our Last Waltz Together
(music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Franzi Corot Hiller (Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller) and Count Max von Hohenbrunn (Rudolph's Grandson)
The Olden Days
(music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Karl Brenner and Eight Men of Manhattan
The Three Waltzes: The Waltz of Today, the Waltz of 1900, the Waltz of 1865
(music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Franzi Corot Hiller (Grand-daughter of Marie Hiller), Count Max von Hohenbrunn (Rudolph's Grandson), Corps de Ballet and Ensemble