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Three Wishes for Jamie   

Mark Hellinger Theatre, (3/21/1952 - 5/24/1952)
Plymouth Theatre, (5/27/1952 - 6/07/1952)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 21, 1952    
Closing Date: Jun 07, 1952 Total Performances: 92

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: A cottage in Ireland and a horse traders' camp in the State of Georgia, 1896.


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Anthony Brady Farrell
Produced by Albert Lewis and Arthur Lewis
Book by Charles O'Neal and Abe Burrows; Music by Ralph Blane; Lyrics by Ralph Blane; Based on the Christopher Award Novel by Charles O'Neal; Orchestral Arrangements by Robert Russell Bennett; Choral Arrangements by William Ellfeldt
Entire Production Directed by Abe Burrows; Choreographed by Ted Cappy
Scenic Design by George Jenkins; Costume Design by Miles White; Lighting Design by Feder
General Manager: Robert Rapport
Production Manager: David Kanter; Stage Manager: Phil Friedman; Assistant Stage Mgr: Robert Radnitz
Conducted by Joseph Littau; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Meyer Davis
Press Representative: Karl Bernstein and Harvey B. Sabinson
Cast
Anne Jeffreys
Maeve Harrigan
John Raitt
Jamie McRuin
Bert Wheeler
Owen Roe Tavish
Leigh Allen
Singer
Doris Atkinson
Dancer
Estelle Aza
Dancer
Marian Baird
Singer
Robert Baird
Singer
Buddy Bryan
Dancer
Michele Burke
Nora
Singer
Walter Burke
Power O'Malley
James Capp
Dancer
Jerry Cardoni
Singer
Alfred Catal
Sorley Boy Donner
Billy Chapin
Kevin
Wilton Clary
Jamie McRuin
Alternate
McCaffrey
Big Patrick
Peter Conlow
Dennis O'Ryan
Royal Dano
Jess Proddy
Ann Deasy
Dancer
Donn Driver
Dancer
Clifford Fearl
Singer
Pud Flanagan
Kenneth Francis
Dick Foote
Sheriff Haines
George Foster
Principal Dancer
Marie Gibson
Bridgie Quinn
Singer
Robert Halliday
Tim Shanahan
Mary Haywood
Dancer
Malcolm Keen
Shiel Harrigan
Joan Kibrig
Singer
Robert Lamont
Singer
Elizabeth Logue
Dancer
Mildred Ann Mauldin
Dancer
Ralph Morgan
Father Kerrigan
Jeff Morrow
Randal Devlin
Jerry Newby
Dancer
Greg O'Brien
Dancer
Grania O'Malley
Aunt Bid
Nancy Price
Singer
Charlotte Rae
Tirsa Shanahan
June Reimer
Singer
Ann Richards
Singer
Janet Sayers
Dancer
Jackie Scholle
Johnny Finley
Richard Scott
Singer
Robert St. Clair
Dancer
Joe Stember
Dancer
Donald Thrall
Singer
Tafi Towers
Singer
Richard Vine
Singer
Martin Walker
Little Patrick
Sandra Zell
Principal Dancer
Understudies: Leigh Allen (Maeve Harrigan), Michele Burke (Tirsa Shanahan), Walter Burke (Owen Roe Tavish, Tim Shanahan), Wilton Clary (Jamie McRuin, Randal Devlin), Clifford Fearl (Big Patrick, McCaffrey, Power O'Malley), Dick Foote (Jess Proddy), Marie Gibson (Aunt Bid, Nora), Greg O'Brien (Dennis O'Ryan), Jackie Scholle (Kevin) and Richard Vine (Father Kerrigan, Sheriff Haines, Shiel Harrigan)
music by Ralph Blane; lyrics by Ralph Blane
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The Wake Tim Shanahan, Tirsa Shanahan, Owen Roe Tavish and Mourners
The Girl That I Court in My Mind Jamie McRuin
My Home's a Highway Maeve Harrigan and Horse Traders
We're for Love Owen Roe Tavish, Horse Traders and Women of the Camp
My Heart's Darlin Jamie McRuin
Goin' On a Hayride Jamie McRuin, Maeve Harrigan, Boys and Girls
Love Has Nothing to Do With Looks
(lyrics by Charles Lederer)
Tirsa Shanahan, Tim Shanahan and Owen Roe Tavish
My Heart's Darlin (Reprise) Maeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
I'll Sing You a Song Tirsa Shanahan, Tim Shanahan, Dennis O'Ryan, Owen Roe Tavish and Dennis' Brothers
It Must Be Spring Maeve Harrigan and Brides and Bridesmaids
Wedding March - Finale Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Army Mule Song Jamie McRuin and Men and Women of the Camp
What Do I Know? Maeve Harrigan
Expectant Father
(music by Lee Pockriss)
Dancer
It's a Wishing World Maeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
Trottin' to the Fair Jamie McRuin, Tim Shanahan, Dennis O'Ryan and Men and Women of the Camp
Love Has Nothing to Do With Looks (Reprise)
(lyrics by Charles Lederer)
Tirsa Shanahan and Dennis O'Ryan
April Face Owen Roe Tavish, Maeve Harrigan and Jamie McRuin
It's a Wishing World - Finale Entire Company