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Of Thee I Sing   

Music Box Theatre, (12/26/1931 - 10/1933)
46th Street Theatre, (10/10/1932 - 1/14/1933)
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Opening Date: Dec 26, 1931    
Closing Date: Jan 14, 1933 Total Performances: 441

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and around New York, Washington and Atlantic City.

Production Staff
Produced by Sam H. Harris
Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind; Music by George Gershwin; Lyrics by Ira Gershwin; Musical Director: Charles Previn; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett and William Daly
Staged by George S. Kaufman; Dances by Chester Hale
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by Charles Le Maire
Ruth AdamsEnsemble
Dave AllmanThe Jack Linton Band
Florenz AmesThe French Ambassador
Kathleen AyresEnsemble
Bruce BarclayEnsemble
Vivian BarryChambermaid
Charles BennettThe Jack Linton Band
Leslie BinghamNora
Grace BrinkleyDiana Devereaux
Bobbie BrodsleyEnsemble
Robert BurtonEnsemble
Martha CarrollEnsemble
Mary CarrollEnsemble
Ray ClarkeEnsemble
Dudley ClementsMatthew Arnold Fulton
Charles ConklinEnsemble
Tom CurleyEnsemble
Dorothy DonnellyEnsemble
Tom DraakVladimir Vidovitch
Leon DunarEnsemble
Ann EcklundEnsemble
Frank EricksonEnsemble
Jack FagoEnsemble
Michael ForbesEnsemble
Olgene FosterEnsemble
Virginia FranckEnsemble
Frank GagenEnsemble
William GaxtonJohn P. Wintergreen
Dorothy GravesEnsemble
Yvonne GrayEnsemble
Peggy GreeneEnsemble
Sulo HevonpaaYusef Yussevitch
Walter HingerThe Jack Linton Band
Milton HollanderThe Jack Linton Band
Georgette LampsiEnsemble
Terry LawlorEnsemble
David LawrenceEnsemble
Martin Le RoyChief Senate Clerk
Jack LintonThe Jack Linton Band
Lillian LorrayEnsemble
George E. MackSenator Robert E. Lyons
Martha MaggardEnsemble
Sam MannLouis Lippman
Mary MascherEnsemble
John McCahillEnsemble
Charles McClellandEnsemble
Jake Vander MeulenThe Jack Linton Band
Frank MillerThe Jack Linton Band
Harold MoffetFrancis X. Gilhooley
Victor MooreAlexander Throttlebottom
Lois MoranMary Turner
George MurphySam Jenkins
Richard NeelyEnsemble
Hazzard NewberryEnsemble
June O'DeaEmily Benson
Anita PamEnsemble
Jack RayEnsemble
Ralph RiggsThe Chief Justice
Edward H. RobinsSenator Carver Jones
Billie SewardEnsemble
Pete ShanceThe Jack Linton Band
Grenna SloaneEnsemble
Adele SmithEnsemble
Barbara SmithEnsemble
Baun SturtzEnsemble
Peggy ThomasEnsemble
Patricia WhitneyEnsemble
Jessica WorthEnsemble
Pulitzer Prize
winner 1932 for Drama [winner] 
 Book by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind ;  Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Ira Gershwin
ACT 1 Sung By
Wintergreen for PresidentEnsemble
Who Is the Lucky Girl To Be?Diana Devereaux and Ensemble
The Dimple on My KneeDiana Devereaux, Sam Jenkins and Ensemble
Because, BecauseDiana Devereaux, Sam Jenkins and Ensemble
As the Chairman of the CommitteeMatthew Arnold Fulton and Company
How BeautifulCompany
Never Was There a Girl So FairCompany
Some Girls Can Bake a PieJohn P. Wintergreen, Mary Turner and Company
Love Is Sweeping the CountrySam Jenkins, Emily Benson and Ensemble
Of Thee I SingJohn P. Wintergreen, Mary Turner and Company
(Here's) a Kiss for CinderellaJohn P. Wintergreen and Ensemble
I Was the Most Beautiful BlossomDiana Devereaux
Some Girls Can Bake a Pie (Reprise) John P. Wintergreen, Diana Devereaux, Judges and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Hello, Good MorningSam Jenkins, Emily Benson and Secretaries
Who Cares?John P. Wintergreen, Mary Turner and Reporters
Garcon, S'il vous plaitFrench Soldiers
The Illegitimate DaughterThe French Ambassador and Ensemble
Because, Because (Reprise) Diana Devereaux and Ensemble
We'll Impeach HimSenator Robert E. Lyons, Francis X. Gilhooley and Ensemble
Who Cares? (Reprise) John P. Wintergreen and Mary Turner
The (Senatorial) Roll CallAlexander Throttlebottom and Ensemble
Garcon, S'il vous plait (Reprise) The French Ambassador and French Soldiers
The Illegitimate Daughter (Reprise) The French Ambassador and French Soldiers
JiltedDiana Devereaux and Company
Who Could Ask For Anything More? (I'm About to Be a Mother)Mary Turner and Company
Posterity (Is Just Around the Corner)John P. Wintergreen and Company
Trumpeter, Blow Your (Golden) HornEnsemble
Finale (On That Matter No One Budges)Entire Company