MusicalRomanceOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Sep 02, 1937
Closing Date
Oct 23, 1937
Performances
60
MusicalRomanceOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Center Theatre
(Sep 02, 1937 - Oct 23, 1937)

Setting
Virginia. 1775.

Theatre Owned by The Rockefellers
Book by Laurence Stallings and Owen Davis; Music by Arthur Schwartz; Lyrics by Albert Stillman; Music orchestrated by Ardon Cornwell, Hans Spialek, Phil Wall, Will Vodery and Maurice Baron; Vocal arrangements by Lee Montgomery and Ken Christie
Staged by Leon Leonidoff; Book directed by Edward Clarke Lilley; Choreographed by Florence Rogge
Scenic Design by Lee Simonson; Costume Design by Irene Sharaff
General Manager: Louis A. Lotito
Stage Manager: Paul Porter; Assistant Stage Mgr: Burton McEvilly, William Torpey and Richard Whale; Technical Director: Frank Hall
Musical Supervisor: Don Voorhees
Press Representative: Willard Keefe; Press Associate: Lorella Val-Mery; Assistant to Mr. Leonidoff: Nicholas Daks and Alfred Stern
Ensemble
Fire-Eater
Player of the Street Fair
Ensemble
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Miranda
Ensemble
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Lady Agatha
Ensemble
Ensemble
Slave Child
Minnie Fortesque
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Sylvia Laurence
Ensemble
Prima Ballerina of Drury Lane
Corps du Ballet member
His Excellency, Governor of the Colony
Hannibal
Corps du Ballet member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Daphne
 
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Phyllis
 
Ensemble
Juggler
Player of the Street Fair
Ensemble
Child of the Gentry
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Town Crier
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Ensemble
Colonel Richard Fairfax
of the Virginia Rangers
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Captain Boyd
of the Virginia Rangers
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Corps du Ballet member
Sir Guy Carleton
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Slave Child
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Fortesque
of Drury Lane
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Puppet Master
Player of the Street Fair
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
A Patriot
Child of the Gentry
Captain Somerset
A.D.C. to the Governor
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Child of the Gentry
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Major-Domo
 
Stage Doorman
Slave Child
Corps du Ballet member
Premier Dancer of Drury Lane
Ensemble
Corps du Ballet member
Ensemble
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Corps du Ballet member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Will Vodery's Negro Choir member
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
Corps du Ballet member
music by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Albert Stillman
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Virginia
Captain Boyd and Ensemble
We Had to Rehearse
Ensemble
An Old Flame Never Dies
(lyrics by Laurence Stallings and Albert Stillman)
Sylvia Laurence and Ensemble
Send One Angel Down
Miranda and Choir
We Had to Rehearse (Reprise)
Ensemble
My Bridal Gown
(lyrics by Laurence Stallings and Albert Stillman)
Sylvia Laurence
Good and Lucky
Scipio, Miranda and Hannibal
It's Our Duty to the King
His Excellency, Governor of the Colony and Ensemble
If You Were Someone Else
Colonel Richard Fairfax and Ensemble
Goodbye Jonah
Scipio and Choir
An Old Flame Never Dies (Reprise)
(lyrics by Laurence Stallings and Albert Stillman)
Colonel Richard Fairfax, Sylvia Laurence and Lady Agatha
My Heart Is Dancing
Sylvia Laurence, Prima Ballerina of Drury Lane and Ensemble
Act 2
Sung By
Meet Me at the Fair
Ensemble
If You Were Someone Else (Reprise)
Colonel Richard Fairfax and Sylvia Laurence
Why Must I Play the Lady?
Lady Agatha and Girls
You and I Know
(lyrics by Laurence Stallings and Albert Stillman)
Sylvia Laurence and Colonel Richard Fairfax
Fee-Fie-Fo-Fum
Girls
I'll Be Sittin' in De Lap o' De Lord
Miranda, Scipio, Hannibal and Choir
You and I Know (Reprise)
(lyrics by Laurence Stallings and Albert Stillman)
Colonel Richard Fairfax and Sylvia Laurence
Virginia (Reprise)
Entire Company
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