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Hold Everything   

 
Broadhurst Theatre, (10/10/1928 - 10/05/1929)
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Opening Date: Oct 10, 1928    
Closing Date: Oct 05, 1929 Total Performances: 409

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: "Pop" O'Keefe's Training Camp, Long Island. Hotel Wood and Madison Square Garden, New York.



Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley
Produced by Alex. A. Aarons and Vinton Freedley
Music by Ray Henderson; Lyrics by Lew Brown and B.G. DeSylva; Book by John McGowan and B.G. DeSylva; Musical Director: Oscar Radin
Directed by Jack Haskell and Sam Rose; Dances Staged by Jack Haskell and Sam Rose
Costume Design by Kiviette; Scenic Design by Henry Dreyfuss
General Manager: Harry Bryant
Stage Manager: Harry Howell; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jack Raymond
Press Representative: Karl N. Bernstein
Cast
Frank AllworthDan Larkin
Jimmy BabbittsGentleman of the Ensemble
Katherine BlackLady of the Ensemble
Alice BouldenBetty Dunn
Gene BradyLady of the Ensemble
Edna BurfordLady of the Ensemble
Mildred ClarkLady of the Ensemble
Betty ComptonNorine Lloyd
Dorothy DeaneLady of the Ensemble
Rose DollLady of the Ensemble
Helen DoyleLady of the Ensemble
Edmund Elton"Pop" O'Keefe
Adele FitzgeraldLady of the Ensemble
Wallie GardnerGentleman of the Ensemble
May Rena GradyLady of the Ensemble
Dorothy GrahamLady of the Ensemble
Raymond GrayGentleman of the Ensemble
Buddy HarakMarty
Raymond HuntGentleman of the Ensemble
Harry KingGentleman of the Ensemble
Diana La ShayLady of the Ensemble
Bert LahrGink Schiner
Melba LeeLady of the Ensemble
Anna LockeGladys Martin
Harry LockeMack
Emily LosenLady of the Ensemble
Joe MannGentleman of the Ensemble
Andrew MarinkoGentleman of the Ensemble
Jolo MarinoLady of the Ensemble
Victor Moore"Nosey" Bartlett
Betty MortonLady of the Ensemble
Ona MunsonSue Burke
Robert O'BrienBob Morgan
Lylian OjalaLady of the Ensemble
Nina Olivette"Toots" Breen
Sugar O'NiellLady of the Ensemble
Georgianna OrrLady of the Ensemble
Sol PerlaGentleman of the Ensemble
Jack RaymondGentleman of the Ensemble
Jerry RogersGentleman of the Ensemble
Polly RoseLady of the Ensemble
Herbert SampsonGentleman of the Ensemble
Ruth SatoLady of the Ensemble
Gus SchillingGentleman of the Ensemble
Claire ScottLady of the Ensemble
Gene ScottLady of the Ensemble
Harry Shannon"Murf" Levy
Phil Sheridan"The Kicker"
Robert SilvaGentleman of the Ensemble
Betty WheelerLady of the Ensemble
Elinor WheelerLady of the Ensemble
Jack Whiting"Sonny Jim" Brooks
Francis WoodwardLady of the Ensemble
music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown
ACT 1 Sung By
We're Calling on Mr. BrooksMarty, Mack and Visitors
An Outdoor Man for My Indoor SportsNorine Lloyd and Boys
Footwork"Sonny Jim" Brooks and Ensemble
You're the Cream in My CoffeeSue Burke and "Sonny Jim" Brooks
When I Love, I LoveGink Schiner and "Toots" Breen
Too Good to Be True"Sonny Jim" Brooks and Ensemble
To Know You Is To Love You"Sonny Jim" Brooks, Sue Burke and Girls
Don't Hold EverythingBetty Dunn, Marty, Mack, Gladys Martin and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
For Sweet Charity's SakeNorine Lloyd, Girls and Boys
Genealogy"Nosey" Bartlett, Marty and Mack
Oh, Gosh"Toots" Breen and Gink Schiner
It's All Over But the Shoutin'Sue Burke, "Nosey" Bartlett, Norine Lloyd and Ensemble