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The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.
Ziegfeld Theatre, 6th Avenue at W. 54th St., New York, NY

Cast order by:
Kismet
Ziegfeld Theatre (Dec 03, 1953 - Apr 23, 1955)

Musical Director: Maurice Levine.

Stage Manager: Richard Vine and James Wicker.


Cast
Public Poet, later called Hajj
Marsinah
Haji's Daughter
Princess of Ababu
Slave Girl
Singer
Imam of the Mosque
The Bangle Man
The Bangle Man
Singer
Hassan-Ben
Singer
Third Beggar
Assiz
Doorman
Slave Girl
Dancer
Muezzin
Singer
Doorman
Akbar
Slave Girl
Singer
Slave Girl
Wazir's Guard
Dancer
Second Policeman
Street Dancer
Dervish
The Caliph
Attendant
Muezzin
Singer
Wazir's Guard
Chief Policeman
Slave Girl
Singer
Singer
The Widow Yussef
Attendant
Singer
The Caliph
Taman
role oroginally called "The Merchant"
The Widow Yussef
Princess of Ababu
Dervish
Slave Girl
Lalume
Singer

Understudies: Neile Adams (Princess of Ababu), Gerald Cardoni (Hassan-Ben), Clifford Fearl (Second Policeman), Arthur Hammond (The Caliph), Earle MacVeigh (The Wazir of Police), Ethel Martin (Princess Samaris of Bangalore), Carol Ohmart (Lalume), Richard Oneto (The Caliph), Kirby Smith (Jawan, The Wazir of Police), Kirby Smith (Public Poet, later called Hajj), Joanne Spiller (Lalume), Ted Thurston (Muezzin, First Beggar, Prosecutor, A Peddler, Chief Policeman), Don Weissmuller (Doorman, Third Beggar, Akbar, Assiz) and Doris Yarick (Ayah to Zubbediya)


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