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Hello, Paris   

 
Shubert Theatre , (11/15/1930 - 12/13/1930)
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Opening Date:Nov 15, 1930   
Closing Date:Dec 13, 1930 Total Performances:33

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Oklahoma, New York, and Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Russell Tarbox and Maury Rubens; Book by Edgar Smith; from the novel by Homer Croy; Lyrics by Charles O. Locke and Frank Bannister; Musical Director: Tom Jones; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Dagand; Additional numbers by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern
Directed by Ben Holmes; Choreographed by Pal'mere Brandeaux
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Bonwit Teller & Co., Eaves Costume Company, Schneider & Blythe and Marguerite & Strauss
Cast
Mary Adams Gracie Jones
Mlle. Amerique The Wife
Jimmy Ardell Another Passenger
Ensemble
Elsie Barter Ensemble
S. E. Bell Ensemble
Edie Bly Ensemble
Norine Bogen Ensemble
Onyte Burke Ensemble
Mary Caralon Ensemble
Cecilia Carl Ensemble
Charles Columbus Clark McGurley
Lois Deppe Captain
Specialty
Charlotte Fauve Ensemble
Charles Garland Clearwater Band Drummer
A Devoted Husband
The Chemist
Ensemble
Neville Goddard The Lover
Jack Good Ross Peters
Gladys Granzow Ensemble
Eddie Hackett Ensemble
Nat C. Haines Ed Eggars
Jester Hairston Deck Steward
Ensemble
Iris Hald Miss Clark
Ensemble
The Devoted Husband's Very Sick Wife
Clement Hall Ensemble
Georgie Hayes Fleurie Capel
Agatha Hoff Ensemble
Ray Honheimer Mons. Ville
Claire Hooper Lady Wolvertress
Mildred Hosee Ensemble
Halle Howard Ensemble
Joe Kaye Ensemble
Louis La Granna Tony
Lucille LaMar Ensemble
Maurice Lapue Marquis De Coudray
Sharon Lloyd Ensemble
Frances Lopez Ensemble
Larri Lorear Ensemble
Vi Mansfield Ensemble
Olga Markoff Anita
Snippy Mason Ensemble
Vivian Mathison Ensemble
Stella Mayhew Aunt Minnie
Jean McGee Ensemble
George McLean Ensemble
Hamilton McLean Ensemble
Don Morrell Newsboy
David Morton Ensemble
Ralph Northern Ensemble
George Oliver Ensemble
Freddie Packard The Bartender
Ensemble
Jackie Paige Ensemble
Alicia Parnahay Miss Banker
Ensemble
Roy Peck Wheel Wilson
Captain S.S. Ile de France
Major Domo
Riva Reyes Lulu
J. Clifford Rice Bill Jones
Ship's Officer
Antoine
A Tourist
The Husband
Charles "Chic" Sale Lem Putt
Pike Peters
Dorothy Sande Ensemble
Harry Sanger The Trombonist
Ensemble
J. De Witt Spencer Ensemble
Marie Starner The Donation Collector
Carl Taylor Ensemble
Wynn Terry Ensemble
Harold Thompson Ensemble
Helen Thompson A Passenger
Ensemble
Ethel Thorsen Ensemble
Rosalie Trego Ensemble
F. Barclay Trigg Ensemble
Polly Walker Opal Peters
Ethel Wilson Ide Peters
Teddy Wood Ensemble
music by Maury Rubens and Russell Tarbox; lyrics by Charles O. Locke and Frank Bannister
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Unaccustomed As I Am Opal Peters and Clark McGurley
Dance Your Troubles Away Gracie Jones and Ross Peters
I Stumbled Over You
(lyrics by Henry Dagand)
Opal Peters and Clark McGurley
Deep Paradise Captain and Jubilee Singers
You Made a Hit With Me Gracie Jones, Ross Peters, Opal Peters and Clark McGurley
Pack Your Suitcase With Love Opal Peters, Clark McGurley, Gracie Jones, Ross Peters, Boys and Dancers
Every Bit of You
(music by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern; lyrics by Kenneth Friede, Adrian Samish and Harold Stern)
Clark McGurley and Opal Peters
Deep Sea Roll Opal Peters, Boys and Dancers
On to Paris Fleurie Capel, Opal Peters and Ross Peters
ACT 2Sung By
Got to Have Hips Now Aunt Minnie
Heavenly Days Ross Peters and Ensemble
Rosie Road Captain and Jubilee Singers
Give It Gracie Jones, Boys and Dancers