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Naughty Riquette   

Cosmopolitan Theatre, (9/13/1926 - 11/27/1926)
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Opening Date: Sep 13, 1926    
Closing Date: Nov 27, 1926 Total Performances: 88

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Paris and Monte Carlo

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Harry B. Smith; Adapted from the German of Rudolph Schanzer and Ernst Welisch; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Additional music by Kendall Burgess, R. P. Weston, Alfred Goodman and Maurice Rubens; Additional lyrics by Bert Lee
Staged by J. J. Shubert
Walter Armin
Prof. DuBose
Edward Basse
Connie Emerald
Alexander Gray
Gaston Riviere
Oliver Hagan
Lord Dillington
Colonel Latour
Mitzi Hajos
Riquette Duval
Peter Hawley
Captain Duroc
Sylvan Lee
Stanley Lupino
Theophile Michu
Audrey Maple
Clarisse La Fleur
Mary Marlowe
Liane de Soucy
Jane Moore
George A. Schiller
Alphonse La Fleur
Lenoria Spiro
Joseph Spree
Maitre d'Hotel
music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Me Theophile Michu and Girls
Somehow I'd Rather Be Good Theophile Michu and Riquette Duval
You May Say 'Yes' Today Julie, Dean and Ensemble
Naught Riquette
(music by Kendall Burgess and Maurice Rubens)
Riquette Duval and Boys
I May
(music by Maurice Rubens and Kendall Burgess)
Riquette Duval and Gaston Riviere
In Armenia Liane de Soucy, Theophile Michu and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Two Are Company Riquette Duval, Clarisse La Fleur and Gaston Riviere
Make Believe Riquette Duval and Gaston Riviere
What Great Men Cannot Do
(music by R. P. Weston; lyrics by Bert Lee)
Theophile Michu
Alcazar Riquette Duval and Ensemble
(music by Maurice Rubens and Alfred Goodman)
Julie and Dean
(music by Maurice Rubens and Alfred Goodman)