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Princess Charming   

Imperial Theatre , (10/13/1930 - 11/29/1930)
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Opening Date:Oct 13, 1930   
Closing Date:Nov 29, 1930 Total Performances:56

Category: Musical, Operetta, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts
Setting: The Palace of the Elyrian Embassy in Novia and the Sigman Castle adjoining the Royal Palace

Production Staff
Produced by Bobby Connolly and Arthur Swanstrom
Music by Albert Sirmay and Arthur Schwartz; Lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom; Book by Jack Donahue; Based on the original of Franz Martos; from the original of Arthur Wimperis and Lauri Wylie; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Directed by Edward Clarke Lilley and Bobby Connolly; Ballets by Albertina Rasch; Military direction by Harry Holbrook, U.S.M.C.
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Louise Allen Ensemble
Virginia Allen Ensemble
Walter Asmus Ensemble
Jeanne Aubert Wanda Navarro
Fred Barry Ensemble
Adeline Bendon Ensemble
Irene Bostick Colette
Thomas Bourke Ensemble
Jeanette Bradley Ensemble
Fred Brook Ensemble
Edna Bunte Ensemble
Kay Burnell Ensemble
Joseph Carey Ensemble
Ruth Cook Ensemble
Ray Covert Ensemble
Evelyn Dallas Ensemble
Erle Danley Ensemble
Brian Davis Ensemble
Ilus de Pongo Ensemble
Raoul De Tisne Lord Chamberlain to the King
Peggy Dolan Ensemble
James Dowling Ensemble
Douglass Dumbrille Ivanoff
Leon Dunar Ensemble
June English Ensemble
John Fulco Ensemble
Betty Gallagher Marie
Anne Goddard Ensemble
Donald Gordon Ensemble
Roy Gordon Baron Sigman
Portia Grafton Ensemble
Yvonne Grey Veronique
Marie Grimaldi Ensemble
Edouard Grobe Ensemble
George Grossmith, Jr. Christian II of Elyria
William Hagen Ensemble
Robert Halliday Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
Louise Hansen Ensemble
Ann Hardman Ensemble
Patty Hastings Ensemble
Ruth Hayden Ensemble
Evelyn Herbert Princess Elaine of Novia
Paul Huber Attorney General
Dorothea James Lulu
Jack James Ensemble
Agatha Johann Ensemble
Howard Johnson Ensemble
Elsie Kain Ensemble
John Kane Lieutenant of the Elyria
Wilma Kaye Ensemble
Stella Kehr Ensemble
Andor Keller Ensemble
Tom Kelly Ensemble
Regina Kovale Ensemble
John Krikoff Ensemble
Beatrice Lauri Ensemble
William Leon Ensemble
Albert Leroy Ensemble
Jack Lister Ensemble
John Mangum Ensemble
Robert Marco Ensemble
Frances Markey Anastasia
Ernest McChesney Second Lieutenant
Duke McHale Page
Evelyn Monte Ensemble
Lewis Moore Ensemble
Merrit Moore Ensemble
Victor Moore Irving Huff
Arduino Muzzie Ensemble
Leon Nash Ensemble
Norma Nash Ensemble
Dorothy Nodine Ensemble
Lee Nugent Ensemble
Leslie Ostrander Ensemble
Nona Otero Ensemble
Joanna Parker Ensemble
Tessie Pearson Ensemble
Donald Plover Ensemble
Mabel Potter Ensemble
William Prevost Ensemble
Pat Quinton Ensemble
Basil Rallis Ensemble
Wynne Ralph Ensemble
William Ritter Ensemble
Wilma Roeloff Marguerite
William Ruppel Ensemble
Robert Saidler Ensemble
Billy Sallier Ensemble
Marion Santre Ensemble
Bart Schilling Ensemble
Peggy Sickle Ensemble
Maurice Siegel Ensemble
Marguerite Slattery Ensemble
Ruth Sproul Ensemble
Howard St. John Aide de Camp to the King
Jack Stevens Ensemble
Pam Sweeny Ensemble
Leo Tatzin Ensemble
Carola Taylor Ensemble
Mildred Turner Ensemble
Serge Ury Ensemble
Jack Var Ensemble
John Walsh Ensemble
Walter Wandell Ensemble
Israfel Weinstein Ensemble
Patricia Whitney Ensemble
Martha Wilbert Ensemble
Frances Wise Ensemble
Josephine Wolfe Ensemble
Edward Young Ensemble
music by Albert Sirmay and Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Take a Letter to the King Baron Sigman, Marie and Girls
Palace of Dreams Princess Elaine of Novia, Officers and Girls
The Panic's On Lulu and Girls
I'll Be There Wanda Navarro, Irving Huff and Rasch Ballet
Trailing a Shooting Star Princess Elaine of Novia and Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
Here Is a Sword Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria and Sailors
I'll Be There (Reprise)Wanda Navarro and Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
One for All Ivanoff and Revolutionists
I Love Love
(music by Robert Emmett Dolan; lyrics by Walter O'Keefe)
Wanda Navarro, Officers and Girls
You Princess Elaine of Novia and Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
ACT 2Sung By
A Wonderful Thing for the King Christian II of Elyria, Lulu and Girls
I'll Be There (Reprise)Wanda Navarro and Christian II of Elyria
I'll Never Leave You Princess Elaine of Novia and Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
You (Reprise)Princess Elaine of Novia
I'll Never Leave You (Reprise)Princess Elaine of Novia and Captain Torrelli of the Cruiser Elyria
Wings of the Morning Rasch Ballet