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The Nightingale   

Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (1/03/1927 - 3/26/1927)
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Opening Date: Jan 03, 1927    
Closing Date: Mar 26, 1927 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: West Point and New York

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Armand Vecsey; Book by Guy Bolton; Lyrics by Clifford Grey and P. G. Wodehouse; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Staged by Lewis Morton; Choreographed by Carl Hemmer; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by George Barbier
Leon AbrahamsonEnsemble
Fred BarthEnsemble
Richard BartlettEnsemble
Madeline BiltmoreEnsemble
Donald BlackCadet Officer
Lee BoroughEnsemble
Victor BozardtColonel Robert E. Lee
Cornelius Vanderbilt
George BrentEnsemble
Violet CarlsonJosephine
Eileen CarmodyDolly
Marie ChaseEnsemble
Jack ConnettEnsemble
Raymond CullenEnsemble
Robert W. DavisEnsemble
Tom DentonEnsemble
William DillonEnsemble
Ivan DneproffSignor Belletti
Jack EdmundsEnsemble
Ralph ErrolleCaptain Rex Gurnee
Sophie EverettMrs. Gurnee
Neal FrankFootman
John GainesColonel Wainwright
Vira GalliEnsemble
George GlascowEnsemble
Gerald GoffEnsemble
John GutscherEnsemble
Robert HarperUsher
Mimi HayesEnsemble
Lucius HendersonMajor-General Gurnee
Robert HobbsCaptain Joe Archer
Edward HoffmanEnsemble
Catherine JanewayEnsemble
Dorothy JohnsonEnsemble
Ruth JohnstonEnsemble
Nicholas JoyStephen Rutherford
Bruce KingEnsemble
Theodora LoperEnsemble
Walter LuntEnsemble
Stanley LupinoMr. Carp
Maryan LynnEnsemble
Dorothy MauriceEnsemble
Ileen MayEnsemble
James McKayEnsemble
Arline MelburnSusan
John MuccioEnsemble
Florence O'BrienEnsemble
Eleanor PainterJenny Lind
Clara PalmerMrs. Vischer Van Loo
Viola PaulsonEnsemble
Harry QuinnEnsemble
Ruth RamseyEnsemble
Henry RiebeselleEnsemble
John RussellEnsemble
Virginia SharrEnsemble
Sydnie SmithEnsemble
Herbert StanleyEnsemble
Sonintu SyrjalaEnsemble
Luther TalbertEnsemble
William TuckerOtto Goldschmidt
Albert ValnorEnsemble
Eileen Van BieneAlice Wainwright
Byron WayEnsemble
Thomas WhitleyPiper
Tom WiseP.T. Barnum
Harold WoodwardWhistler
Mabel ZoecklerEnsemble
music by Armand Vecsey; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse and Clifford Grey
ACT 1 Sung By
Breakfast in BedMr. Carp and Josephine
HomelandCaptain Rex Gurnee and Ensemble
May MoonJenny Lind and Captain Rex Gurnee
Two Little ShipsAlice Wainwright, Captain Joe Archer and Girls
He Doesn't KnowMr. Carp
ACT 2 Sung By
FairylandJenny Lind and Susan
Santa ClausMr. Carp and Piper
JosephineMr. Carp and Josephine
Once in SeptemberCaptain Rex Gurnee and Alice Wainwright
ACT 3 Sung By
Breakfast in Bed (Reprise) Mr. Carp and Josephine
Comin' Thru the RyeJenny Lind