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The Madcap   

 
Royale Theatre, (1/31/1928 - circa. 2/18/1928)
Casino Theatre, (2/20/1928 - 4/28/1928)
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Opening Date: Jan 31, 1928    
Closing Date: Apr 28, 1928 Total Performances: 103

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Claire's Villa and Lord Steeple's House in Deauville



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Maurice Rubens; Based on a French Farce by Regis Gignoux and Jacques Thery; Book by Gertrude Purcell and Gladys Unger; Lyrics by Clifford Grey; Musical Director: Bernard Smith
Directed by Duane Nelson; Choreographed by Harry Puck
Cast
Betty BarclayChorus
William BartlyChorus
Genevieve BrowneChorus
Pat ClaytonJames
Marie DaynePetunia
Peggy de la PlantChorus
Eleanor DeVianeChorus
D. EdwardsChorus
Constance FordChorus
Thomas GrahamChorus
Olga GrannisChorus
Sydney GreenstreetLord Clarence Steeple
Marian GrozanChorus
Mitzi HajosChibi
Ethel IntropidiClaire Valmont
Agnes KileyChorus
Lillian LaneHelene
George MasonChorus
Gene McGeeChorus
Madeline MorleyChorus
Ethel MorrisonLady Mary Steeple
Helen NewtonChorus
Edna ParisChorus
Maria ParisChorus
Madeline ParkerChorus
Harry PhelpsChorus
Marie PriceChorus
Harry PuckHonorable Harry Steeple
Theresa SadowskaChorus
Sally SaundersChorus
Virginia SharonChorus
Clifford SmithFootman
Chorus
Marcella SwansonEmmeline Hawley
Charley SylberCuthbert Custard
Arthur TreacherSir Bertram Hawley
Bert WinnekChorus
music by Maurice Rubens; lyrics by Clifford Grey
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Buy Your WayLord Clarence Steeple and The Little Collectors
Old Enough to MarryLord Clarence Steeple, Lady Mary Steeple, Honorable Harry Steeple and Chorus
I Want to Tell You a StoryChibi and Honorable Harry Steeple
What Has Made the Movies?
ACT 2 Sung By
Honeymooning BluesClaire Valmont, Lord Clarence Steeple, Honorable Harry Steeple, Emmeline Hawley and Chorus
Stop-Go
(lyrics by J. Fred Coots)
Chibi, Sir Bertram Hawley and "Stop-Go" Prancers
Why Can't It Happen to Me?Petunia and James
Odle De O Do 'I Do'Chibi and Honorable Harry Steeple
Me, the Moonlight and MeEmmeline Hawley and Cuthbert Custard
BirdiesChibi
My Best PalHonorable Harry Steeple and Boys
ACT 3 Sung By
Step to Paris BluesChibi and Chorus