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Here Goes the Bride   

Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, (11/03/1931 - 11/07/1931)
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Opening Date: Nov 03, 1931    
Closing Date: Nov 07, 1931 Total Performances: 7

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Scandal Sheet; Trotwood's Penthouse; Reno Station; Hotel Riverview Lobby; Hotel Promenade; Ross Alley; Corridor in the Hotel; Two Bedrooms; The Hotel Garden; The Divorce Court; Cal-Neva Lodge.

Production Staff
Produced by Peter Arno
Book by Peter Arno; Additional dialogue by Roger Pryor; Lyrics by Edward Heyman; Music by John W. Green; Additional music by Richard Myers; Musical Director: Adolph Deutsch; Music orchestrated by Conrad Salinger
Staged by Edward Clarke Lilley; Dances and ensembles by Russell Markert
Scenery sketched by Peter Arno; Scenic Design by Dale Stetson; Costume Design by Kiviette
La Verne BarkerShow Girl
Fred BarrySinger
Margot BazinDancer
Eric BloreRoddy Trotwood
Grace BrinkleyBetty Fish
Bruce CarringtonHotel Clerk
Chick & AndyFlossie
A Cow
Bobby ClarkHives
Gordon ClarkClerk of the Court
Dudley ClementsJudge Humphries
Meda CordovaDancer
Victoria CummingsJune Doyle
Dorothy DareDiddles Stuyvesant
Doris De LairsShow Girl
Gene DoughtyDancer
Edwin DrakeSinger
Mildred EspyDancer
Paul FrawleyTony Doyle
John GallaudetRoger Loring
Pauline GaskinsBubbles Stuyvesant
Marion GlassShow Girl
Loretta GossShow Girl
Ethel HamptonDancer
Ann HastingsDancer
Harry HolbrookSparker
A Gambler
June's Attorney
Charlotte HomannBaroness Von Ga Ga
Show Girl
Gus HylandSinger
Frank KingSinger
Vera KingShow Girl
George LambSinger
Frances LangfordRose
Terry LawlorDancer
Muriel LeCountDancer
Philip LordHouse Detective
Anna Rita LynchDancer
Madeline LynchDancer
Vida ManuelDancer
Muriel MarkertDancer
Mary MascherDancer
Paul McCulloughBlodgett
Dick NeeleySinger
George O'BrienSinger
Gertrude O'DonnellDancer
Norma PerrinDancer
Mary PettisEloise Bell
A Reporter
Anna RexDancer
Roberta RobinsonToodles Stuyvesant
Ann RothDoodles Stuyvesant
Colletta RyanEtta Fish
Al SamuelsTaxi Driver
Ray SamuelsTaxi Driver
Joseph SpreeTarkington
Dorothy TalbotShow Girl
Norma TaylorJune's Maid
Helen ThompsonShow Girl
Lilian WardDancer
music by John W. Green; lyrics by Edward Heyman
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Inside StoryThe Girls
Remarkable People We
(music by Richard Myers)
Etta Fish, Roddy Trotwood and The Girls
My Sweetheart 'Tis of TheeBetty Fish, Tony Doyle and The Girls
Shake Well Before UsingDiddles Stuyvesant and The Girls
My Sweetheart 'Tis of Thee (Reprise) Betty Fish
We Know RenoEnsemble
Well, You SeeEtta Fish and Hives
What's the DifferenceDiddles Stuyvesant and Ensemble
One Second of Sex
(music by Richard Myers)
June Doyle and Roger Loring
Hello, My Lover, GoodbyeRose and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
It's My NatureDiddles Stuyvesant, Roger Loring and The Girls
It Means So Little to YouTony Doyle and Betty Fish
Music in My Fingers
(music by Richard Myers)
Rose and Ensemble