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Queen High   

 
Ambassador Theatre, (9/08/1926 - 7/23/1927)
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Opening Date: Sep 08, 1926    
Closing Date: Jul 23, 1927 Total Performances: 367

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Showroom of the Eureka Novelty Co. and The Westchester Home of the Nettletons. The Present, early Summer.



Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Shubert Theatre Corporation (Lee and J. J. Shubert, Directors); Theatre Leased and Managed by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Produced by Laurence Schwab
Book by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva; "Queen High" is an adaptation of "A Pair of Sixes" by Edward Peple; Music by Lewis E. Gensler; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva; Additional numbers by James Hanley; Music arranged by Russell Bennett; Music orchestrated by Russell Bennett
Directed by Edgar McGregor; Musical Staging by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by Willy Pogany; Costume Design by Jeanne Laurence
General Manager: Charles L. Hertzman
Stage Manager: Irving S. Carpenter; Assistant Stage Mgr: Richard Oakley
Conducted by Ivan Rudisill; Pianist: Edgar Fairchild and Ralph Rainger
Press Representative: Milton Raison
Cast
Ward ArnoldEnsemble
Charles BannisterEnsemble
Joey BentonEnsemble
Gaile BeverlyCoddles
the Nettletons' Maid
Florence BlueEnsemble
Lillian BurkeEnsemble
Barbara CarringtonEnsemble
Helen CarringtonMrs. Nellie Nettleton
Al DowningEnsemble
Katherine EllisEnsemble
Luella GearFlorence Cole
Barbara GraceKitty
a Model
Albert HaleEnsemble
Peggy HartEnsemble
Harold HennessyEnsemble
Sophie HowardEnsemble
Jack HughesEnsemble
Irene IshamEnsemble
Mary LawlorPolly Nettleton
Nettleton's Niece
Ethel LawrenceEnsemble
Ann LeeEnsemble
Margaret LeeEnsemble
Elsie LombardEnsemble
John McElroyEnsemble
Frank McIntyreGeorge Nettleton
the Senior Partner
Edwin MichaelsJimmy
the Office Assistant
Lucille MooreEnsemble
Clarence NordstromRichard Johns
Johns' Nephew
Richard OakleyEnsemble
June O'DeaPatricia
a Model
Charles RugglesT. Boggs Johns
the Junior Partner
John RutherfordJerry Vanderholt
the Firm's Lawyer
Otis SchaeferEnsemble
Daniel SparksEnsemble
Mildred StevensEnsemble
Carola TaylorEnsemble
Irene WarnerEnsemble
Betty WrightEnsemble
music by Lewis E. Gensler; lyrics by B.G. DeSylva
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
It Pays to AdvertiseRichard Johns (Johns' Nephew), Patricia (a Model), Kitty (a Model), Boys and Girls
Everything Will Happen for the BestPolly Nettleton (Nettleton's Niece), George Nettleton (the Senior Partner), Kitty (a Model), Patricia (a Model), Boys and Girls
You'll Never KnowFlorence Cole and T. Boggs Johns (the Junior Partner)
Don't Forget
(music by James Hanley)
Polly Nettleton (Nettleton's Niece), Richard Johns (Johns' Nephew), Boys and Girls
Who? You!George Nettleton (the Senior Partner), T. Boggs Johns (the Junior Partner) and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Weaker SexPolly Nettleton (Nettleton's Niece), Kitty (a Model), Patricia (a Model), Jimmy (the Office Assistant), Boys and Girls
Cross Your HeartRichard Johns (Johns' Nephew), Polly Nettleton (Nettleton's Niece), Boys and Girls
Sez You! Sez I!Coddles (the Nettletons' Maid) and T. Boggs Johns (the Junior Partner)
Beautiful Baby
(music by James Hanley)
Florence Cole, George Nettleton (the Senior Partner), Jimmy (the Office Assistant), Patricia (a Model), Kitty (a Model), Boys and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
Who'll Mend a Broken Heart?Richard Johns (Johns' Nephew), Kitty (a Model), Patricia (a Model), Boys and Girls
Gentlemen Prefer BlondesFlorence Cole
Cross Your Heart (Reprise) Polly Nettleton (Nettleton's Niece), Richard Johns (Johns' Nephew) and T. Boggs Johns (the Junior Partner)
SpringtimeCoddles (the Nettletons' Maid) and Boys