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Golden Dawn   

Hammerstein's Theatre , (11/30/1927 - 5/05/1928)
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Opening Date:Nov 30, 1927   
Closing Date:May 05, 1928 Total Performances:184

Category: Musical, Drama, Original
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Africa

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Music by Emmerich Kalman and Herbert P. Stothart; Book by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Herbert P. Stothart; Associate Musical Dir.: Mario Agnolucci
Choreographed by Dave Bennett; Directed by Reginald Hammerstein
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Mark Mooring
F. J. Accoll Ensemble
Alexander U. Fine's Russian Art Choir Ensemble
Ann Anderson Ensemble
Vsevolad Andrenoff Ensemble
Emilia Andrievska Ensemble
Irving Andrievsky Ensemble
Paula Ayers Sister Hedwig
Louise Baer Ensemble
Saloma Bartolm Ensemble
Arnold Basil Ensemble
Service Bell Ensemble
W. Messenger Bellis Colonel Judson
Carlo Benetti Dago
Norine Bogen Ensemble
George Brant Ensemble
Henry Brown Ensemble
Leola Buelow Ensemble
Alice Bussee Ensemble
Maude Carleton Ensemble
Barbara Carrington Ensemble
Jacques Cartier A Witch Dancer
Tom Chadwick Ensemble
Helene Chaudaroff Ensemble
Vladimir Chavdaroff Ensemble
Robert Chisholm Shep Keyes
Inez Clough Ensemble
Helene Cunihan Ensemble
Michael Dalsky Ensemble
Xenia Dalsky Ensemble
Vladimir Danieloff Ensemble
Nydia D'Arnell Johanna
Christine David Ensemble
Joseph Davidenko Ensemble
Frances Denny Ensemble
Harold Des Verney Ensemble
Frank Dobert Ensemble
Hazel Drury Mombassa Moll
Frances Dumas Ensemble
James Earl Ensemble
H. Webster Elkins Ensemble
La Vergne Evans Ensemble
Marie Foster Ensemble
Norma France Ensemble
Robert Paton Gibbs An Old Man of Africa
Geraldine Gooding Ensemble
Leonard Gorlenko Ensemble
Kumar Goshal Hasmali
Geneva Grant Ensemble
Dora Grebenetsky Ensemble
Paul Gregory Steve Allen
James Grey Ensemble
Klara Grosheva Ensemble
Maria Grushko Ensemble
Amos Guerrant Ensemble
Janet Hale Ensemble
Adolph Henderson Ensemble
Jean Hitch Ensemble
Elizabeth Holloway Ensemble
Olin Howland Sir Alfred Hammersley
Louise Hunter Dawn
Zina Ivanova Ensemble
Robert Jackson Ensemble
Mimi Jordan Ensemble
Karol Kayne Ensemble
All Kisselava Ensemble
Toni Klimovitch Ensemble
Kohana A Dancing Girl
Peter Kosloff Ensemble
Grace La Rue Ensemble
Lucy Lawlor Ensemble
Archie Leach Anzac
Mary Mason Ensemble
Ruthena Matson Ensemble
William McFarland Ensemble
Alva McGill Ensemble
Len Mence Pigeon
Peggy Messinger Ensemble
Julia F. Mitchell Ensemble
Sorena Mumma Ensemble
Barbara Newberry Ann Milford
Mabel Olsen Ensemble
Lidia Ordinsky Ensemble
Peter Ordunsky Ensemble
Raymond Otto Ensemble
Alexander Ouzoroff Ensemble
Anna Ouzoroff Ensemble
Reginald Pasch Captain Eric
Henry Pemberton Dr. Milford
Milton Rae Ensemble
McKinley Reeves Ensemble
Alma Reynolds Ensemble
Tom Rider Ensemble
Leona Riggs Ensemble
Wilma Roeloff Ensemble
Viviene Russell Ensemble
Bunny Schum Ensemble
Konstantine Smith Ensemble
Gil Squires Blink Jones
Marguerita Sylva Mooda
Magda Trauber Ensemble
Louise Turner Ensemble
Valla Valentinova Ensemble
Joseph Vitale Ensemble
William Walker Ensemble
Benveneta Washington Ensemble
Edward Watkins Ensemble
Rosena Weston Ensemble
Maud White Ensemble
Earl Wilson Ensemble
music by Herbert Stothart and Emmerich Kalman; lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II
(Unless otherwise noted)

When I Crack My Whip Shep Keyes
We Two Sir Alfred Hammersley and Johanna
Here in the Dark Dawn, Steve Allen and Shep Keyes
My Bwanna Dawn and Chorus
Consolation Blink Jones and Ann Milford
Africa Captain Eric and Ensemble
(music by Robert Stolz and Herbert Stothart)
Dawn and Steve Allen
Jungle Shadows Mombassa Moll
Mulunghu Thabu Hasmali and Chorus
It's Always the Way