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Ziegfeld Follies of 1918   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (6/18/1918 - 9/14/1918)
Globe Theatre, (10/07/1918 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jun 18, 1918    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances: 151

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Revue in Two Acts and 26 Scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper; Book by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck; Lyrics by Rennold Wolf and Gene Buck; Interpolations by: Irving Berlin and Victor Jacobi; Musical Director: Frank Darling; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bud G. DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Sidney D Mitchell and Edgar Leslie; Featuring songs by Buddy DeSylva, Arthur Jackson, Harry Ruby, Eddie Cantor, Archie Gottler and Edgar Leslie
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company; Lighting Design by Ben Beerwald
Marie Ahearn

Miss Allo

Florence Atkinson

Miss Baker

Helen Barnes

Miss Baron

Miss Barrett

Leonard Barton

Miss Bell

Dorothy Betts

Miss Blue

John Blue

Katherine Brady

Alma Braham

Jay Brennan

Eddie Cantor

Frank Carter

Viola Clarens

Mr. Cody

Florence Cripps

Mr. Davis

Rose Dolores

Doris Eaton

Sylvia Ellias

Carolyn Erwin

Miss Evans

The Fairbanks Twins

Miss Farnworth

Gladys Feldman

W.C. Fields

Miss Fiore

Joe Frisco

Pauline Hall

Minnie Harrison

Edith Hawes

Annette Herbert

Mr. Hicks

Clay Hill

Miss. Jordan

Harry Kelly

Allyn King

Miss LaBarre

Charlotte LaGrande

Nancy Larned

Kay Laurell

Dorothy Leeds

Miss Leisy

Helen Lloyd

Lillian Lorraine

Miss Mack

Martha Mansfield

Miss Masso

Miss Mathewes

Lillian McKenzie

Muriel Miles

Miss D. Miller

Marilyn Miller

Gus Minton

Miss Morton

Irene Nilson

Olive Osborne

Peter Ostrander

Bee Palmer

Ann Pennington

Kathryn Perry

Miss Pompan

Miss Poole

Miss Reed

Miss Reynolds

Dorothy Richardson

Mildred Richardson

Billie Ritchie

Miss Robinson

Mr. Rogers

Will Rogers

Julia Ross

Miles Rubins

Theresa Rubins

Miss Savage

Bert Savoy

Mildred Shelly

Heloise Sheppard

Mr. Smith

Miss Swayne

Miss V. Taylor

Ruth Taylor

Miss Thropp

Miss Ullman

Lottie Vernon

Mr Vickers

Agnes Virginia

Marie Wallace

Miss Walsh

Hazel Washburn

Mary Washburn

Martha Wood

Mr. Young

Addison Young

Carol Young

Virginia Young

Gladys Zielian

music by Dave Stamper and Louis A. Hirsch; lyrics by Gene Buck and Rennold Wolf
(Unless otherwise noted)
(music by Dave Stamper)
In Old Versailles
(music by Louis A. Hirsch)
(When I Hear a) Syncopated Tune
(music by Louis A. Hirsch)
When I'm Looking at You
(music by Dave Stamper)
A Prairie Frolic
I'll Pin My Medal on the Girl I Left Behind
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
We're Busy Building Boats
(music by Louis A. Hirsch)
A Yankee Doodle Dance
Mine Was a Marriage of Convenience
(music by Louis A. Hirsch)
The Blue Devils (of France)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Poor Little Me
Since the Men Have Gone to War
Any Old Time at All
(music by Louis A. Hirsch)
But After the Ball Was Over! (Then He Made Up for Lost Time)
(music by Bud G. DeSylva and Arthur Jackson; lyrics by Bud G. DeSylva and Arthur Jackson)
If She Means What I Think She Means
(music by Bud G. DeSylva; lyrics by Bud G. DeSylva and Arthur Jackson)
Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Broadway's Not a Bad Place After All
(music by Eddie Cantor and Harry Ruby; lyrics by Eddie Cantor and Harry Ruby)
Would You Rather Be a Soldier with an Eagle on Your Shoulder, or a Private with a Chicken on Your Kn
(music by Archie Gottler; lyrics by Sidney D Mitchell)
Roaming Romeo
You Keep Sending 'Em Over and We'll Keep Knocking 'Em Down
Come On Papa
(music by Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby; lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby)
The Garden of Your Dreams (The Garden of My Dreams)
I Want to Learn (How) to Jazz Dance
(music by Dave Stamper)