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Chanin's 46th Street Theatre , (1/09/1929 - 12/21/1929)
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Opening Date:Jan 09, 1929   
Closing Date:Dec 21, 1929 Total Performances:401

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Bound Brook Country Club in early June.

Production Staff
Theatre Leased by Shubert Theatre Corporation (Lee and J. J. Shubert, Directors)
Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Book by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva; Music by Ray Henderson; Lyrics by Lew Brown and B.G. DeSylva
Book Directed by Edgar MacGregor; Musical Numbers Staged by Bobby Connolly
Scenic Design by Donald Oenslager; Costume Design by Kiviette
General Manager: Charles L. Hertzman
Stage Manager: Edwin Saulpaugh; Assistant Stage Mgr: Arthur Appel; Technical Director: George Dunlap
Alfred Goodman's Musical Ensemble: Tom Gott, Irving Prager, Bobby Dolan, Manny Klein, Hayden Sheppard, Carl Loeffler, Sam Gurski, Sol Deutsch, Jack Scherr, Perry Billitzer, Harry Gompers, Charles Springer, Max Weiser, Mel Franza, Billy Artzt, Rudy Sims, Nat Kass and David Rose; Conducted by Alfred Goodman
General Press Representative: Milton Raison
Arthur Aylesworth "Mac" Moore
a golf professional
Margaret Banks Lady
John Barker Jerry Downs
a young golf champion
Jane Brown Lady
Arthur Bryan Country Club Boy
Hilda Burkhart Lady
Madeline Cameron Ruth Van Horn
an amateur golf champion
Edith Campbell Mrs. Bascomb
the president's wife
Dorothy Christie Olive
Katherine Cornell
Not the well-known dramatic actress of the 1930s and 1940s
Arthur Craig Gentleman
W.E. Critzer Country Club Boy
Dorothy Day Lady
Zilpha De Witt Lady
Irene Delroy Lora Moore
Mac's daughter
Dody Donnelly Lady
Carrick Douglas Country Club Boy
Al Downing Mr. Manning
Dorothea Dunn Lady
Christine Ecklund Lady
Oscar Ellinger Country Club Boy
Joseph Evans Gentleman
Phil Farley Gentleman
Yvonne Grey Glenna
Jack Haley Jack Martin
Irene Hamlin Lady
John Hammond Country Club Boy
Paul Howard Steve
Claire Joyce Lady
Marguerite Kennedy Lady
Ruth Kent Lady
Philip King Gentleman
Frank Kingdon Martin Bascomb
president of the Bound Brook Country Club
Fred Kuhnly Country Club Boy
Constance Lane Virginia
Elaine Lank Lady
Ethel Lawrence Lady
Jack Lawrence Country Club Boy
Margaret Lee Babs Bascomb
Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter
Ann Lomax Lady
Bodil Lund Lady
Jocelyn Lyle Lady
Ned Lynn Gentleman
Paul Mann Gentleman
John McCahill Gentleman
Gordon Merrick Gentleman
Harry Moore Gentleman
Fred Murray Gentleman
Richard Neely Gentleman
Mortimer O'Brien Gentleman
Zelma O'Neal Angie Howard
Lora's girl-friend
Anita Pam Lady
Sherry Pelham Cynthia
Eleanor Powell Molly
Samuel Quinn Gentleman
Richard Renaud Gentleman
Herbert Rothwell Gentleman
William Sahner Gentleman
John Sheehan J.C. Effingham
a new member
Maurice Siegel Country Club Boy
Mildred Stevens Lady
Drucilla Strain Lady
Don Tomkins Thomas Darcy "Dinty" Moore
Mac's sixteen-year-old son
Renee Vilon Lady
Irene Warner Lady
Mildred Webb Lady
Arlyne White Lady
Jerry White Gentleman
Minerva Wilson Lady
music by Ray Henderson; lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown
ACT 1Sung By
The Daring Gibson Girl The Gibson Girls
The 1908 Life Ensemble
It's a Great Sport Babs Bascomb (Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter), Lora Moore (Mac's daughter), Ruth Van Horn (an amateur golf champion) and Ensemble
My Lucky Star Jerry Downs (a young golf champion), Girls and Country Club Boys
Button Up Your Overcoat Angie Howard (Lora's girl-friend) and Jack Martin
You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would Ya? Jerry Downs (a young golf champion), Lora Moore (Mac's daughter) and Ensemble
He's a Man's Man Ruth Van Horn (an amateur golf champion) and Boys
Then I'll Have Time for You Babs Bascomb (Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter) and Thomas Darcy "Dinty" Moore (Mac's sixteen-year-old son)
I Want To Be Bad
ACT 2Sung By
Married Men and Single Men Thomas Darcy "Dinty" Moore (Mac's sixteen-year-old son), Babs Bascomb (Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter) and Ensemble
If There Were No More You Jerry Downs (a young golf champion), Babs Bascomb (Martin's fifteen-year-old daughter) and Country Club Boys
I Could Give Up Anything But You Jack Martin and Angie Howard (Lora's girl-friend)
Follow Thru Ruth Van Horn (an amateur golf champion) and Ensemble