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George White's Music Hall Varieties [1932]   

 
Casino Theatre , (11/22/1932 - 12/31/1932)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Nov 22, 1932   
Closing Date:Dec 31, 1932 Total Performances:47

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts


Production Staff
Produced by George White
Music by Irving Caesar and Harold Arlen; Book by George White and William K. Wells; Lyrics by Irving Caesar; Music orchestrated by Maurice DePackh; Additional music by Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld and Carmen Lombardo; Additional lyrics by Harold Arlen, Sam H. Stept, Herb Magidson, Herman Hupfeld, Carmen Lombardo and Ted Koehler; Featuring songs by Max Rich, Frank Littau and Jack Scholl
Staged by George White; Dances staged by Russell Markert
Costume Design by Charles Le Maire and Kiviette; Scenic Design by Dazian
General Manager: Al Lee
General Stage Manager: Joseph Vitale
Orchestra under the direction of Al Goodman
Publicity Director: Nat N. Dorfman
Cast
Lili Damita "So I Married The Girl" Singer
The Girl in "The Wolf"
"Sweet Liar" Singer
"Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer
"Oh, Lady" Singer
The Wife
My
The Girl in "The Date"
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Betty Kean Mrs. Smyler
All's Wet That Ends Wet
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Bert Lahr A Suspect
Third Degree
Customer
A Close Shave
"Cabin in the Cotton" Singer
"Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer
Mr. Smyler
All's Wet That Ends Wet
The Other Fellow
My
"A Bottle and a Bird" Singer
A Fellow
The Date
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Harry Richman Chief
Third Degree
"So I Married The Girl" Singer
The Wolf
The Wolf
"Sweet Liar" Singer
"Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer
Mr. Tipler
All's Wet That Ends Wet
"Oh, Lady" Singer
The Friend
My
Another Fellow
The Date
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Joseph Vitale Pedro
The Wolf
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Helen Arnold "The Waltz That Brought You Back To Me" Singer
"Hold Me Closer" Singer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Joseph Donatella Performer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Vivian Fay "Birds of a Feather" Dancer
"Beauty and the Beast" Dancer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Herr Al Gordon A Second Suspect
Third Degree
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Helen Gordon Barber's Daughter
A Close Shave
Mrs. Tipler
All's Wet That Ends Wet
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Barre Hill A Third Suspect
"The Waltz That Brought You Back To Me" Singer
"Hold Me Closer" Singer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
James Howard A Fourth Suspect
Third Degree
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Loomis Sisters "Birds of a Feather" Singer
"Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
Thomas Phillips Policeman
All's Wet That Ends Wet
The Husband
My
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
A Detective
Third Degree
Eleanor Powell Performer
"Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer
The Four Mullen Sisters Performer
Connie Alderson George White's Dancing Beauty
Betty Allen George White's Dancing Beauty
Joanna Allen George White's Dancing Beauty
Margorie Baglin George White's Dancing Beauty
Hazel Boffinger George White's Dancing Beauty
Betty Collette George White's Dancing Beauty
Gay Delys George White's Dancing Beauty
Helen Dongan George White's Dancing Beauty
Ruth Doran George White's Dancing Beauty
Edna Eustace George White's Dancing Beauty
Marie Graham George White's Dancing Beauty
Alice Jordan George White's Dancing Beauty
Sunny Kest George White's Dancing Beauty
Hilda Knight George White's Dancing Beauty
Renee Landeau George White's Dancing Beauty
Ethel Lawrence George White's Dancing Beauty
Madeline Lawson George White's Dancing Beauty
Rita Mackin George White's Dancing Beauty
Lela Manors George White's Dancing Beauty
Lila Manors George White's Dancing Beauty
Joy Marsh George White's Dancing Beauty
Pam McAvoy George White's Dancing Beauty
Lenora McDermott George White's Dancing Beauty
Peggy Moseley George White's Dancing Beauty
Evelyn Neilson George White's Dancing Beauty
Nancy Nelson George White's Dancing Beauty
Evelyn Nichols George White's Dancing Beauty
Barbara Pepper George White's Dancing Beauty
Vivian Porter George White's Dancing Beauty
Peggy Ring George White's Dancing Beauty
Paula Sands George White's Dancing Beauty
Alma Saunders George White's Dancing Beauty
Peggy Seal George White's Dancing Beauty
Zynaid Spencer George White's Dancing Beauty
Edwina Steel George White's Dancing Beauty
Maria Steel George White's Dancing Beauty
Gwen Tremble George White's Dancing Beauty
Peggy Van Oden George White's Dancing Beauty
music by Irving Caesar and Harold Arlen; lyrics by Irving Caesar
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1
Il Prologo
Birds of a Feather
(music by Carmen Lombardo)
(And) So I Married the Girl
(music by Sam H. Stept; lyrics by Herb Magidson)
The Waltz That Brought You Back to Me
(music by Carmen Lombardo)
Sweet Liar
Cabin in the Cotton
Two Feet in Two-Four Time
ACT 2
Rah, Rah, Rah!
(music by Sam H. Stept; lyrics by Irving Caesar and Herb Magidson)
Oh, Lady!
(music by Sam H. Stept; lyrics by Herb Magidson)
Hold Me Closer
(music by Max Rich, Frank Littau and Jack Scholl; lyrics by Max Rich, Frank Littau and Jack Scholl)
A Bottle and a Bird
(Let's) Turn Out the Lights and Go to Bed
(music by Herman Hupfeld; lyrics by Herman Hupfeld)