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George White's Scandals [1928]   

Apollo Theatre, (7/02/1928 - 1/19/1929)
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Opening Date: Jul 02, 1928    
Closing Date: Jan 19, 1929 Total Performances: 240

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by George White
Music by Ray Henderson; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown; Book by George White and William K. Wells; Musical Director: William Daly; Featuring songs by Ballard MacDonald, Dave Dreyer, Ted Fiorito, Abel Baer, J. Fred Coots and Neil Moret; Featuring songs with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Dave Dreyer, Richard Whiting, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Lou Davis, Edward G. Nelson and Harry Pease
Staged by George White; Musical Staging by George White and Russell Markert
Art Director: Gustave Weidhaus; Assistant Art Director: William Oden Waller; Costume Design by Erté and Charles Le Maire
Gladys Astor

Marjorie Barley

Bernice & Emily

William Blanche

Pearl Bradley

Barbara Bright

Mary Brown

Arthur Cardinal

Alvina Carson

Violet Carson

James Carty

Kathryn Cathcart

Marie Cole

Beryl Collinson

Jean Cutler

Marion Cutler

Rae Davis

Dorothy Dawn

Marion Dickson

Elsie Duffy

Lois Eckhart

Elm City Four

Jacqueline Feeley

Selma Freeman

Ednamay French

Ivy Gayner

Elise Gerndon

Dolly Gilbert

Marjorie Gilbet

Ruth Goodwin

Ivena Hall

Ann Hardman

Hastings Twins

Mitzi Hayes

Mabel Hill

Eugene Howard

Willie Howard

Helen Howe

Renee Johnson

Arnol Johnson's Band

Marie Keve

Wynne Lark

Muriel LeCount

Georgia Lerch

Alice Lorraine

Frances Lyle

June MacCloy

Boots Mallory

Margaret Manners

Marion Martin

Laverta McCormack

Isabel Mohr

Harry Morrissey

Peggy Moseley

Gloria Murray

Catherine NaVarro

Jo Navarro

Louise Newman

William O'Neal

Gloria O'Neil

Belle Osborne

Margie O'Shea

Mildred Ott

Arthur Page

Sally Parsons

Tom Patricola

Ann Pennington

Rose Perfect

Edna Rabbe

Catherine Reynolds

Harry Richman

Florence Robinson

Russell Markert Dancers

Lilyan Sabolis

May Slattery

Gertrude Smith

Elsie St. Clare

Dorothy Stewart

George White Girls

Frances Williams

Geraldine Wright

music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Lew Brown and B.G. DeSylva
(Unless otherwise noted)
Not as Good As Last Year
Second Childhood
On the Crest of a Wave
An Old Fashioned Girl
Pickin' Cotton
A Real American Tune
Where You Carved Your Name
What a Night for Spooning
(music by Ballard MacDonald and Dave Dreyer; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Dave Dreyer)
What D'Ya Say?
Origin of the Tap Dance
King for a Day
(music by Ted Fiorito; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
That's My Mammy
(music by Abel Baer; lyrics by Edward G. Nelson and Harry Pease)
Moonlight Madness
(music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by Lou Davis)
You're the Cream in My Coffee (from HOLD EVERYTHING)
She's Funny That Way
(music by Neil Moret; lyrics by Richard Whiting)
Stars, Stars, Shining Bright