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Manhattan Mary   

Apollo Theatre, (9/26/1927 - 5/12/1928)
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Opening Date: Sep 26, 1927    
Closing Date: May 12, 1928 Total Performances: 264

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City

Production Staff
Theatre Leased by George White
Produced by George White
Music by Ray Henderson; Book by William K. Wells and George White; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown; Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh; Musical Director: William Daly
Staged by George White
Costume Design by Max Weldy; Scenic Design by William Oden Waller; Additional Costumes by Schneider-Anderson Company and Juliette
Company Manager: H.J. Donovan
Stage Director: Sam Ledner; Stage Manager: Victor Munro
Conducted by Maurice De Packh
Press Representative: Ben F. Holzman and Nat N. Dorfman
Ed WynnCrickets
Ona MunsonMary Brennan
George WhiteHimself
Vada AlexanderA Dramatic Actress
Mae ClarkViola Fay
Harland DixonBob Sterling
Stage Manager of "Scandals"
Sue Elliott
Mary FarleyDiana Day
Suzanne FlemingA Society Bud
Tiny Forsythe
Ruth Beverly
an understudy
Paul FrawleyJimmy Moore
Mary's Sweetheart
Messrs. Goff, Kerr and BarthEmbassy Boys
Lou HoltzSam Platz
a Bond Salesman
Ray HuntNewsboy
Sam LednerAl
Assistant Stage Manager of "Scandals"
Doree LeslieFritzie DeVere
McCarthy SistersThemselves
Victor MunroMicky
A Hudson Duster
Harry OldridgePolice Sergeant
His Honor, the Mayor of New York City
Amy RevereHelen King
Premiere Danseuse of "Scandals"
Marcel RousseauM. Max Duval
of the Folies Bergere, Paris
Scott SistersThemselves
James ScottPoliceman
"Two-Gun" Terry
Adele SmithShow Girl
Paul StantonR.C. ("Arcy") Black
a Bond Broker
Dorothy Walters"Ma" Brennan
music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Lew Brown and B.G. DeSylva
ACT 1 Sung By
BroadwaySam Platz (a Bond Salesman) and Embassy Boys
Hudson DusterMary Brennan and Hudson Dusters
Manhattan MaryMary Brennan and Jimmy Moore (Mary's Sweetheart)
Five-StepMcCarthy Sisters
Nothing But LoveMary Brennan and Jimmy Moore (Mary's Sweetheart)
Broadway (Reprise) Embassy Boys
It Won't Be Long NowMcCarthy Sisters
Manhattan Mary (Reprise) Jimmy Moore (Mary's Sweetheart)
Five-Step (Reprise) George White
ACT 2 Sung By
Manhattan Mary (Reprise) Ensemble
My Blue Bird's Home AgainMary Brennan, McCarthy Sisters, A Society Bud, Viola Fay, Bob Sterling (Stage Manager of "Scandals") and Ensemble
Hudson Duster (Reprise) Crickets and Hudson Dusters
Nothing But Love (Reprise) Mary Brennan
DawnEmbassy Boys
My Blue Bird's Home Again (Reprise) McCarthy Sisters, Bob Sterling (Stage Manager of "Scandals") and Ensemble
My Blue Bird's Home Again (Reprise) Ensemble
Manhattan Mary (Reprise) Ensemble
Nothing But Love (Reprise) Jimmy Moore (Mary's Sweetheart)