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Lady Do   

Liberty Theatre, (4/18/1927 - 6/04/1927)
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Opening Date: Apr 18, 1927    
Closing Date: Jun 04, 1927 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and two acts
Setting: Somewhere on Tenth Avenue; "Pop" Poulet's Cafe, Paris; Somewhere on the Atlantic; Lawn of the Walthal Estate, Roslyn, L.I.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by A.L. Erlanger
Produced by Frank L. Teller
Music by Abel Baer; Book by Jack McClellan and Albert Cowles; Lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joseph Young; Music orchestrated by Frank E. Barry; Musical Director: Louis Gress; Orchestra Under the Direction of: Frank E. Barry
Production revised and staged by Edgar J. MacGregor; Dances and Ensembles Staged by Busby Berkeley
Costume Design by Karyl Norman and Ellis Porter; Scenic Design by Louis Kennel and Gus Wimazal
Business Manager: Warren F. Lemon
Stage Director: P. A. Leonard
Press Representative: D. Frank Marcus
Karyl NormanBuddy
The Paris Rose
Buddy Rose
Rose Walthal
Lew HearnPat Perkins
Nancy WelfordDorothy
Dorothy Walthal
Luis Alberni"Pop" Poulet
Julio AlvarezA Flunkey
Hester BaileyLady of the Ensemble
Cecil BoylanLady of the Ensemble
A.S. ByronWilliam Walthal
Bobby CampbellLady of the Ensemble
John CoughlinGentleman of the Ensemble
Paul DarnelleLouis
Philip DueySecond Gendarme
Another Flunkey
The Four Buddies
Marguerite DunneMimi
Lady of the Ensemble
Rita DunneFleurette
Lady of the Ensemble
Helen FablesHelen
June FergusonLady of the Ensemble
George GanzGentleman of the Ensemble
Marion HersonLady of the Ensemble
Rita HowardRita
Elizabeth HuberLady of the Ensemble
Helen LandisLady of the Ensemble
Sylvan LeeJack
Joseph LertoraDuke De Corsona
Harriett LorraineValda De Corsona
Edward MackeyGentleman of the Ensemble
Glenn McComasHenri
Gentleman of the Ensemble
John McCoughlinGentleman of the Ensemble
Betty McMillanLady of the Ensemble
Jane MooreJill
Ninon NatalieFifi
Buddy NilesGentleman of the Ensemble
Maude OdellMrs. Walthal
Peggy PidginLady of the Ensemble
Thelma RankinLady of the Ensemble
Edyth RayLady of the Ensemble
Polly RayLady of the Ensemble
Virginia RayLady of the Ensemble
Ruth SatoLady of the Ensemble
Leonard SaxonGeorges
The Four Buddies
Margaret SeidelLady of the Ensemble
Henry ShopeMarcel
The Four Buddies
Billy SkinnerJacques
Gentleman of the Ensemble
Frances SuzanneLady of the Ensemble
Jane SwansonHenriette
Jean SwansonLady of the Ensemble
Rosalie TregoLady of the Ensemble
Oliver Wendel TwistGentleman of the Ensemble
Johanna UngerLady of the Ensemble
Frances UptonMarion Hobart
James A. WaitesA Bricklayer
First Gendarme
The Four Buddies
Lew WalkerGentleman of the Ensemble
Jean WatsonMarie
Lady of the Ensemble
Ralph WhiteheadPowers
Ada WinstonGeorgette
Lady of the Ensemble
Juanita ZerbeThe Nurse
Lady of the Ensemble
music by Abel Baer; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
ACT 1 Sung By
Buddy RoseDorothy and Buddy
Live Today (-Love Today)Duke De Corsona and Ensemble
Paris Taught Me ZisThe Paris Rose
(On) Double Fifth AvenueBuddy Rose and The Four Buddies
Dreamy MontmartreBuddy Rose
You Can't Eye a Shy BabyJack and Jill
Dreamy MontmartreThe Four Buddies
You Can't Eye a Shy BabyEnsemble
Dreamy MontmartreEnsemble
O Sole Mio- Whose Soul Are You?Duke De Corsona and Dorothy Walthal
Lady DoMarion Hobart, Powers and Ensemble
Little Miss Small TownBuddy Rose, Pat Perkins and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Snap Into ItMarion Hobart, Jack, Jill, Maids and Butlers
(Blah! But Not) Too BlueDorothy Walthal
In the Long RunPowers, Marion Hobart and Ensemble
(In) My Castle in SorrentoDuke De Corsona, Buddy Rose, Fifi and Louis
This Is My Wedding DayBuddy Rose and Boys
Jiggle Your FeetMarion Hobart and Ensemble