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Ripples   

 
New Amsterdam Theatre, (2/11/1930 - 3/29/1930)
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Opening Date: Feb 11, 1930    
Closing Date: Mar 29, 1930 Total Performances: 55

Category: Musical, Comedy, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Catskills



Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Oscar Levant and Albert Sirmay; Book by William Anthony McGuire; Lyrics by Irving Caesar and Graham John; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Choreographed by William Holbrook and Mary Read; Staged by William Anthony McGuire
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire and James Reynolds
Cast
Edward AllenMalcolm Fairman
Sally AndersonEnsemble
Myrtle ArnetteEnsemble
Peggy BancroftMillicent
Ensemble
Dorothy BondEnsemble
Helen CantEnsemble
Joe CarrollEnsemble
Colonel CasperLollipop
Mildred ClarkEnsemble
Charles CollinsRichard Willoughby
May CornesEnsemble
Arthur CunninghamHerman Dutcher
Anna May DennehyEnsemble
Major DoyleEnsemble
Carl DuartEnsemble
Ann EastEnsemble
Floyd EnglishEnsemble
Ruth FarrarEnsemble
Eddie Foy, Jr.Corporal Jack Sterling
Gaby FranceEnsemble
Collette FrancesEnsemble
Helene FranzEnsemble
Evelyn GreerEnsemble
Kathleen GueEnsemble
Helene HaskinEnsemble
Althea HeinlyMrs. John Pillsbury
Kathryn HerefordJane Martin
Pearl HightMrs. Sterling
Winnie HollingsheadEnsemble
Elsie HoltEnsemble
Gladys HoltEnsemble
Grace HoltEnsemble
Ann HoraceEnsemble
Charles HoyEnsemble
Elizabeth HoyEnsemble
Helen HoyEnsemble
Marguerite HoyEnsemble
Raymond HuntEnsemble
Ray JohnsonState Trooper
William KerschellHonus
Lillian LorrayEnsemble
Prince LudwigEnsemble
Ned LynnEnsemble
Charles MastSergeant Banner
Beth MiltonEnsemble
Robert MiltonEnsemble
Frank PackerdEnsemble
Paul PaulusLittle Billie Sheer
Ensemble
Adolph PiccoloEnsemble
Nickie PittellEnsemble
Del PorterState Trooper
Margaret PorterEnsemble
Margaret PurpleEnsemble
Marjorie PurpleEnsemble
Ethel RayeEnsemble
Richard RenaudEnsemble
Florence RiceEnsemble
Herbert RiceEnsemble
Dimples RiedeEnsemble
Lily RileyEnsemble
Wilma RoeloffEnsemble
Iris SmithEnsemble
J. Marshall SmithState Trooper
Roslyn SmithEnsemble
Dwight SnyderState Trooper
Peggy SowdenEnsemble
Dorothy StoneRipples
Fred StoneRip
Mrs. Fred StoneMrs. Willoughby
Paula StoneMary Willoughby
Andrew TombesJohn Pillsbury
Rosalie TregoEnsemble
Nina ValeroEnsemble
Kathleen VanNoyEnsemble
Mary Grace Van NoyEnsemble
Robert VreelandEnsemble
Alma WalkerEnsemble
Doris WaterworthEnsemble
Claire WayneEnsemble
Jean WayneEnsemble
Hilda WinstanleyEnsemble
music by Oscar Levant and Albert Sirmay; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Graham John
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Gentlemen of the PressMalcolm Fairman, Show Girls, Boys and The Foursome
Barefoot GirlRipples and Mary Read Tiller Girls
Is It LoveRichard Willoughby and Ripples
We Never SleepJohn Pillsbury, The Foursome and State Troopers
I Take After RipRip, Ripples and Mary Willoughby
Gentlemen of the Press (Reprise) Malcolm Fairman, Mrs. John Pillsbury and Millicent
BabykinsRipples and John Pillsbury
I'm AfraidRip
We Never SleepJohn Pillsbury and State Troopers
There's Nothing Wrong in a KissJohn Pillsbury and Mary Willoughby
Girls of Long AgoEnsemble
Is It Love (Reprise) Ripples, Richard Willoughby, The Foursome and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Hunting DaysEnsemble
Babykins (Reprise) Ripples and John Pillsbury
Talk With My Heel and ToeRipples, Mary Willoughby, John Pillsbury, Richard Willoughby and Ensemble
I'm a Little Bit Fonder of You (from MERCENARY MARY)
(music by Irving Caesar)
Mrs. John Pillsbury and Jane Martin