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The Venetian Glass Nephew   

Vanderbilt Theatre , (2/23/1931 - 2/28/1931)
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Opening Date:Feb 23, 1931   
Closing Date:Feb 28, 1931 Total Performances:8

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in two acts and a prologue
Setting: Venice and Versailles in the late Eighteenth Century

Production Staff
Produced by Walter Greenough
Lyrics by Eugene Bonner; Book by Ruth Hale; Music by Eugene Bonner; from the novel by Elinor Wylie; Additional lyrics by Francois Villon
Staged by Walter Greenough
Scenic Design by Edgar Bohlman; Costume Design by Brooks
Conducted by Leon Barzin
Lee Burgess Maria Loredan
Joan Carter-Waddell Bianca Contarini
Gage Clarke Count Carlo Gozzi
Gretchen Haller Isabella Moncenigo
George Houston Chevalier de Chastelneuf
Raymond Huntley Angelo Querini
Dorothy Johnson Columbina Pisani
Roy Mace Arlechino Bembo
Dodd Mehan Peter Innocent
Cardinal Bon
Norman Oberg Scaramuccia Balbi
Florence Rand Pedrolino Zorzi
Adele Sanderson Zerbinetta Tron
Mary Silveira Rosalba Bernis
Edgar Stehli Alvise Luna
Louis Yaeckel Virginio
music by Eugene Bonner; lyrics by Eugene Bonner
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
You Are a Rose Chevalier de Chastelneuf
These to Me Are Beautiful People Peter Innocent (Cardinal Bon)
Conjuration Chevalier de Chastelneuf
Boy, I Give You Now Chevalier de Chastelneuf
Rosalba's Minuet Virginio and Rosalba Bernis
ACT 2Sung By
Ballade des Dames du Temps Perdu
(lyrics by Francois Villon)
It Is My Thoughts Rosalba Bernis
My Love, You Know That I Have Never Used Chevalier de Chastelneuf
The Icicles Rosalba Bernis
For This She Starred Her Eyes With Salt Columbina Pisani, Isabella Moncenigo, Zerbinetta Tron, Pedrolino Zorzi, Arlechino Bembo and Scaramuccia Balbi