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Lew Fields' Mansfield Theatre, (12/26/1928 - 1/1929)
George M. Cohan's Theatre, (1/21/1929 - 5/1929)
Erlanger's Theatre, (5/06/1929 - 6/15/1929)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1928    
Closing Date: Jun 15, 1929 Total Performances: 198

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Cedarhurst School for Girls; Club Car of a local train; reception room at Block's; The Sun Parlor at Block's.

Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Herbert Fields; Lyrics by Dorothy Fields; Music by Jimmy McHugh; Based on a farce adapted from the German by Frank Mandel; Principal Dance Routines arranged by Buddy Bradley; Harmony arrangements of the Giersdorf Sisters' songs by Arthur Johnston; Music orchestrated by Maurice De Packh, Stephen Jones, Fud Livingston and Hans Spialek
Musical Numbers Staged by Busby Berkeley; Book Staged by Alexander Leftwich; Entire Production Under the Supervision of John Murray Anderson
Costume Design by Charles Le Maire; Scenic Design by Hermann Rosse
General Manager: Leon Spachner; Assistant Manager: William McCarthy
Stage Manager: Murray Jay Queen
Conducted by William G. Moore
General Press Representative: Robert Reud
Lew M. FieldsHenry Block
Ethel AllenEloise
Student at Cedarhurst
Annette AthertonGirl of the Chorus
James BradleighBoy of the Chorus
Bobby BrodsleyGirl of the Chorus
Donald BrownBoy of the Chorus
Shirley BufordSinger
Bob BurkSinger
Harriet CarlingGirl of the Chorus
Donn CarneySinger
Wilfred ClarkAnthony Bennett
Elizabeth CrandallEllen
Student at Cedarhurst
Dorothy CroyleEdna
Student at Cedarhurst
Florence EarleMiss Prichard
Principal at Cedarhurst
Jean EganGirl of the Chorus
Alice FischerEmma Block
Helen FriedGirl of the Chorus
Wanda GallHelen
Elvira GiersdorfGertrude
Irene GiersdorfHelene
Rae GiersdorfMarguerite
Carroll GlucasGodfrey Burnham
Madeline GreyMathilde Burnham
Edward HackettBoy of the Chorus
George HassellEdward Hauser
Albert HewittSinger
Doris JayGirl of the Chorus
Henrietta KayGirl of the Chorus
Allen KearnsLawrence Tucker
Mary LawlorMary Block
George C. LehrianSinger
Betty LockwoodGirl of the Chorus
Marjorie-May MartinGrace
Student at Cedarhurst
Jerome MaxwellBoy of the Chorus
David MortonBoy of the Chorus
Mae MuthSinger
Frances NortonGirl of the Chorus
Emmy Lou PetriGirl of the Chorus
Valerie PetriGirl of the Chorus
Larry ReganBoy of the Chorus
Patricia RossSinger
Dorothy RoyDot
Student at Cedarhurst
Paula SandsGirl of the Chorus
Charles ScottBoy of the Chorus
Jane ShermanGirl of the Chorus
Betty StarbuckBetty Hauser
Student at Cedarhurst
Billy TaylorNoel Burnham
Peggy TebbsGirl of the Chorus
Inez TrembleGirl of the Chorus
Jae VollGirl of the Chorus
Jack WaldronBoy of the Chorus
music by Jimmy McHugh; lyrics by Dorothy Fields
ACT 1 Sung By
Three Little Maids from SchoolBetty Hauser (Student at Cedarhurst), Dot (Student at Cedarhurst), Grace (Student at Cedarhurst) and Ensemble
I Want Plenty of YouMary Block and Lawrence Tucker
Futuristic RhythmHelen and Ensemble
Let's Sit and Talk About YouLawrence Tucker and Mary Block
My Lady's FanEnsemble
Your Disposition Is MineMary Block, Lawrence Tucker and Ensemble
In a Great Big WayBetty Hauser (Student at Cedarhurst), Noel Burnham and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Maybe Means YesHelen and Chorus
As Long as We're in LoveMary Block, Lawrence Tucker, Helene, Gertrude and Marguerite
Out Where the Blues BeginNoel Burnham and Chorus
Maybe Means YesMary Block, Lawrence Tucker, Betty Hauser (Student at Cedarhurst) and Noel Burnham