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Music Hath Charms   

Majestic Theatre, (12/29/1934 - 1/19/1935)
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Opening Date: Dec 29, 1934    
Closing Date: Jan 19, 1935 Total Performances: 25

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Italy in 1770 and 1934

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Rudolf Friml; Book by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert; Lyrics by Rowland Leigh, George Rosener and John Shubert; Musical Director: Al Goodman
Directed by George Rosener; Choreographed by Alex Yakovleff
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Robert Lee AllenSenator Bellanqua
Evelyn BonefineEnsemble
Geraldine BotkinEnsemble
Paul BurnsSenator Burranto
Jack CannonEnsemble
Constance CarpenterGiaconda
Zachary CaullyEnsemble
Cyril ChadwickDuke of Umbria
John ClarkeRudolfo
Marchese Di Orsano
Vittorio Sovrani
Elizabeth CrandallIsabella
Miriam CurtisEnsemble
Yvonne CyrEnsemble
Betti DavisAngela
Louis DelgadoEnsemble
Dorothy DentonEnsemble
Frank DirthEnsemble
Harry EdwardsEnsemble
Kathleen EdwardsEnsemble
Gudron EkelandEnsemble
Marie FergusonEnsemble
Sue FranklinEnsemble
Truman GaigeA Footman
Renee GordonEnsemble
Paul HaakonDancer
Venetian Hooligan
Josephine HallEnsemble
Natalie HallMaria
Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano
Maria Sovrani
Robert HallidayCharles Parker
Duke of Orsano
Guy HamiltonEnsemble
Sheila HarlingSignora Barbara Bellanqua
Stanley HarrisonSenator Nocio
Fred HoffmanEnsemble
Stanley HowardEnsemble
Bobby HowellEnsemble
William HubertEnsemble
Valerie HuffEnsemble
Ralph HunseckerEnsemble
Sonja KarlowEnsemble
Wilma KayeEnsemble
Isabelle KempelEnsemble
Bradley F. LaneEnsemble
Edith LaneEnsemble
Helen LaneEnsemble
Isabel LaneLeonora
William LangleyEnsemble
Jack LesterEnsemble
William LillingLuigi
Charlotte LockwoodEnsemble
Ross LockwoodEnsemble
Robert LongSpokesman
A Villager
Jane MackenzieSignora Nocio
Jayne MannersEnsemble
Vida McLainEnsemble
Harry MestayerGiovanni
Duke of Orsano
Old Duke
Marial MosherEnsemble
Vona NorinCornelia
Lucille OsbornEnsemble
Kenneth PageEnsemble
Ruth ReiterNella
Billy ReyLovey
Eleanor RiesEnsemble
Evan RitterEnsemble
Alfred RussEnsemble
George SchillerEmilio
Fred SmallEnsemble
Elsie St. ClareEnsemble
Frances StutzEnsemble
Lois StyleEnsemble
Andrew TombesPappio
Theophilus Roberts
Una ValEnsemble
Mary Grace Van NoyEnsemble
Frances WallaceBridesmaid
Sally WarrenLaspera
Nina WhitneyVenetian Hooligan
Barbara WilliamsEnsemble
Marie WilsonSignora Burranto
Gracie WorthDovey
ACT 1 Sung By
Gondolier SongEnsemble
MariaCharles Parker and Male Ensemble
Lovey-DoveyLovey, Dovey and Dancers
It's Three O'ClockGiovanni (Duke of Orsano), Isabella, Rudolfo (Marchese Di Orsano) and Giaconda
RomanceMaria (Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano)
Love Is Only What You Make, LoveMaria (Marchese del Monte Nee Di Orsano) and Charles Parker
Frutti di MareMaria Sovrani and Entire Ensemble
Let Me Be FreeMaria Sovrani and Fishermen
Sweet FoolMarella, Pappio and Dancers
CavalierPidgy, Widgy and The Cavaliers
Ladies, BewareDuke of Orsano, Dancers and Entire Ensemble
Exquisite MomentDuke of Orsano and Maria Sovrani
ACT 2 Sung By
Palace of DreamsMaria Sovrani
Midnight FlirtationMaria Sovrani, Duke of Orsano and Ensemble
It HappenedPidgy and Widgy
CarnivalCorps de Ballet and Dancers
A Smile, a KissMarella and Pappio
It's You I Want to Love TonightMaria Sovrani
My Heart Is YoursDuke of Orsano and Maria Sovrani
Scandal NumberSenator Bellanqua, Senator Nocio and Senator Burranto
ProcessionalEntire Company