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Yes, Yes, Yvette   

 
Sam H. Harris Theatre , (10/03/1927 - 11/05/1927)
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Opening Date:Oct 03, 1927   
Closing Date:Nov 05, 1927 Total Performances:40

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: On Washington's Birthday in Palm Beach, Florida


Production Staff
Produced by H. H. Frazee
Music by Philip Charig and Ben Jerome; Book by James Montgomery and William Carey Duncan; Lyrics by Irving Caesar; from a story by Frederic S. Isham; Musical Director: Ben Jerome; Featuring songs by Frank Crumit
Staged by H. H. Frazee; Choreographed by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Milgrims
Cast
Brenda Bond Ethel Clark
Joseph Herbert Mr. Van Dusen
Virginia Howell Mrs. Ralston
Arnold Lucy Bishop Doran
Helene Lynd Mabel Terry
Jeanette MacDonald Yvette Ralston
Frederick B. Manatt J. P. Clark
Dorothy Waterman Sabel Terry
Jack Whiting Robert Bennett
Charles Winninger S. M. Ralston
Roland Woodruff Dick Donnelly
music by Phil Charig and Ben Jerome; lyrics by Irving Caesar
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
What Kind of a Boy? Ethel Clark, Dick Donnelly and Ensemble
Pack Up Your Blues (and Smile)
(music by Peter De Rose and Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Jo Trent)
Mabel Terry, Sabel Terry and Ensemble
You're So Nice to Me S. M. Ralston and Mabel Terry
My Lady (from QUEEN HIGH)
(lyrics by Ben Jerome)
Yvette Ralston and Robert Bennett
ACT 2Sung By
My Lady (from QUEEN HIGH) (Reprise)
(lyrics by Ben Jerome)
Yvette Ralston and Robert Bennett
Yes, Yes, Yvette Yvette Ralston and Boys
Maybe I Will S. M. Ralston, Mabel Terry and Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
How'd You Like To?
(music by Stephen Jones)
Yvette Ralston, Robert Bennett and Ensemble
Woe Is Me S. M. Ralston