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Half a Widow   

Waldorf Theatre, (9/12/1927 - 9/24/1927)
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Opening Date: Sep 12, 1927    
Closing Date: Sep 24, 1927 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, History, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: France during World War I

Production Staff
Produced by Wally Gluck
Music by Shep Camp; Book by Harry B. Smith and Frank Dupree; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Frank Dupree; Musical Director: Henry Redfield; Choral work directed by Geoffrey O'Hara; Featuring songs by Gordon Johnstone and Joe Brandfon
Directed by Lawrence Marston and Edwin T. Emery; Choreographed by Benny Rubin and Billy Pierce; Entire production under the supervision of Wally Gluck
Costume Design by Orrin Kelly; Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman
Maud AllynEnsemble
Harry ArdatoffEnsemble
Margot BazinEnsemble
George BratisEnsemble
Louise BrooksEnsemble
Bunny BrownEnsemble
Blanche BryerEnsemble
Andrew BurjoyneEnsemble
Ruth BurrEnsemble
Joan Carter-WaddellDance de Luxe
Albert CartiesEnsemble
Lew ChristyGyp
Gordon ClarkEnsemble
Robert C. CloyCaptain Wagner
Cochran TwinsNovelty Toe Dancers
Maria ConvereEnsemble
Alfred CortezEnsemble
Elizabeth CrandallEnsemble
Daniel Da SilvaTony
Fainille DaviesEnsemble
Harry DonaghyHon. Comm. of Captain Everett's Company
Paul DoucetJean Marie Alphonse Bettincourt
William DunnEnsemble
Rose FlemingEnsemble
Albert FroomePierre Lafarge
Carolyn GerkenEnsemble
Pauline GrayceEnsemble
Beryl HalleyJune Love
Frances HallidayEdith Proctor
Hilda HollisEnsemble
Jessie JamesEnsemble
Henry JockinRed
Al JosephsEnsemble
Cyril JoyceEnsemble
Benno JuerlingEnsemble
Zachary KarrEnsemble
Julie KeletyNita
John KrivokosenkeEnsemble
Gertrude LangBabette
Ben LewisEnsemble
Dorothy LyonsEnsemble
Shirley LyonsEnsemble
Leon MandasEnsemble
Vivian MartinAntoinette
Harry MillerEnsemble
Abraham MitchellEnsemble
Bernard MitchellEnsemble
Alan MorayEnsemble
Lewis NewmanStubbs
Arthur NulensEnsemble
Geoffrey O'HaraLieutenant Turner
Miriam PhillipsEnsemble
Bernice PlanteEnsemble
Gregory PravdukEnsemble
Genay RamseyEnsemble
Ilys RavelEnsemble
George RogersOrderly
Benny RubinIzzy Press
Charles SaltonEnsemble
Ava SandEnsemble
Ralph D. SanfordBrannigan
George SawyerEnsemble
Marshall ScottEnsemble
Verna ScottEnsemble
Bernadette SpencerEnsemble
Norman StengelEnsemble
Benjamin TilbergEnsemble
Walter TimoffEnsemble
Beatrix TinsleyEnsemble
Serge VinogradoffEnsemble
Efin VitisEnsemble
Roman Von Sternberg ElskyEnsemble
Gertrude WaldonEnsemble
WantayoInternational Acrobatic Dance
Edgar WelchScotty
Geraldine WellsEnsemble
June WellsEnsemble
Halfred YoungCaptain Bob Everett
Peter ZengelEnsemble
music by Shep Camp; lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Frank Dupree
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Let's Laugh and Be MerryLieutenant Turner, Captain Wagner and Male Choir
Under the Midsummer MoonEdith Proctor and Captain Wagner
It's Great to Be a DoughboyBabette and Male Choir
Longing for YouBabette and Captain Bob Everett
I Wonder If She Will RememberCaptain Bob Everett and National Quartette
Song and DanceNita, Izzy Press and Girls
AMERICACaptain Bob Everett and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Step, Step, Step
(music by Jack Murray and Joe Brandfon; lyrics by Jack Murray and Joe Brandfon)
Izzy Press, June Love, Antoinette and Girls
Tell Me AgainBabette and Captain Bob Everett
A Thousand TimesNita and Izzy Press
Soldier BoyBabette and Captain Bob Everett
I Don't Want To Be a SoldierIzzy Press
ACT 3 Sung By
Babette's Wedding DayEnsemble
Babette's Military DanceAntoinette, Izzy Press and Girls
You're a Wonderful GirlEdith Proctor and Captain Wagner
I'm Thru with WarBrannigan, Gyp and Stubbs
Spanish LoveNita and Girls
France Will Not Forget
(music by Geoffrey O'Hara and Gordon Johnstone; lyrics by Geoffrey O'Hara and Gordon Johnstone)
Captain Wagner and Male Choir