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Judy   

 
Royale Theatre, (2/07/1927 - 4/30/1927)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 07, 1927    
Closing Date: Apr 30, 1927 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Rookery in Greenwich Village



Production Staff
Produced by John Henry Mears
Book by Mark Swan; Music by Charles Rosoff; Lyrics by Leo Robin; Musical Director: Jay Gorney; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh
Staged by John Hayden; Choreographed by Bobby Connolly
Costume Design by Hugh Willoughby; Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman
Cast
Edward AllenDick Wetherbee
Frank BeastonHarry Danforth
Magda BennettAnita
Dancer
Dorothy CaseyDancer
Frank CornellDancer
John T. DwyerMathew Lethbridge
Helen EllfeltDancer
Madelyn EubanksDancer
Ethel GuerardDancer
Laura HamiltonBabette
Diana HuntDancer
Lida KaneMrs. Maguire
Margaret LitzDancer
Ann LoomisDancer
Mildred LorrainDancer
Mary LucasDorothy
Dancer
Alice MacKenzieLucy Lethbridge
Elizabeth MearsFlorence
Dancer
Eleanor MeekerDancer
George MeekerTom Stanton
Charles PurcellJack Lethbridge
James SeeleyNathan Gridley
Queenie SmithJudy Drummond
Georgie TappsDancer
music by Charles Rosoff; lyrics by Leo Robin
ACT 1 Sung By
HobohemiaTom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Girls
Hard To Get Along WithFlorence, Tom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Girls
Looking for a ThrillLucy Lethbridge, Tom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Girls
(Poor) CinderellaJudy Drummond
Six Little CinderellasFlorence and Dancers
Pretty Little StrangerJack Lethbridge and Judy Drummond
One BabyFlorence, Harry Danforth and Girls
Wear Your Sunday SmileJudy Drummond, Jack Lethbridge and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
What a Whale of a Difference a Woman Can MakeMrs. Maguire, Jack Lethbridge, Florence and Girls
JudyJudy Drummond, Jack Lethbridge, Tom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Girls
When Gentlemen Grew Whiskers and Ladies Grew OldFlorence, Jack Lethbridge, Tom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Dancers
Curfew Shall Not Ring To-nightTom Stanton, Dick Wetherbee, Harry Danforth and Girls
Six Little Cinderellas (Reprise)
Start Stompin'Dick Wetherbee and Girls