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Bitter Sweet   

44th Street Theatre , (5/07/1934 - 5/19/1934)
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Opening Date:May 07, 1934   
Closing Date:May 19, 1934 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Revival, Broadway
Description: An Operetta in Three Acts, 6 Scenes
Setting: Lady Shayne's House in Grosvenor Square, 1934; The Millick House, Belgrave Square, 1875; The Ballroom of the Millick House in Belgrave Square; 1875; Her Schlick's Café, 1880; Drawing Room of the Marqu

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Noël Coward; Music by Noël Coward; Lyrics by Noël Coward; Musical Director: Pierre Dereeder
Staged by Edward J. Scanlon
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Harold Abbey Mr. Bethel
Ruth Adams Honor
Lord Sorrel
Singing Girl
Beatrice Berenson Gloria
Mrs. Proutie
Singing Girl
Charlotte Beverly Dancing Girl
Beulah Blake Effie
Mrs. Bethel
Singing Girl
Carol Boyer Lotte
Singing Girl
Martha Boyer Victoria
The Duchess of Tenterton
Singing Girl
Muriel Brown Dancing Girl
Marion Carlisle Harriet
Lady James
Singing Girl
Victor Casmore Sir Arthur Fenchurch
Herr Schlick
Leonard Ceeley Captain August Lutte
Carol Chandler Singing Girl
Frances Marion Comstock Mrs. Devon
Jay Conley The Marquis of Steere
Elizabeth Crandall Mrs. Millick
Sonya Davies Dancing Girl
Brian Davis Lord Edgar James
Lord Sorrel
Cedrick Ballantyne
Don Drew Footman
Jack Fago The Butler
Dorothy Forsythe Singing Girl
Johanne Fredhovern Dancing Girl
Trueman Gaige Mrs. Proutie
Mr. Proutie
Suzanne Gaye Singing Girl
Catherine Grey Dancing Girl
Frank Grinnell The Duke of Tenterton
Bertram Sellick
Evelyn Herbert The Marchioness of Shayne
Sarah Millick
Sari Linden
Zylpha Jane Dancing Girl
Allan Jones Carl Linden
Leonora Jumps Dancing Girl
Clyde Kelly The Marquis of Shayne
Leila Laney Dancing Girl
Carol Laski Singing Girl
Sherry Lee Singing Girl
Earl Mason Footman
Cheri Medbury Dancing Girl
Gerald Moore Boy
John Moore Boy
Ethel Morrison Lady Devon
Pavla Pavlick Dancing Girl
Henry Rabke Hugh Devon
The Hon. Hugh Devon
Jack Richards Mr. Vale
Lord Henry Jade
Leon Sabater Boy
Theodore Schnyder Accompanist
Martin Shepard Boy
Martin Shepherd Footman
Katherine Sheridan Singing Girl
Kay Simmons Gussie
Samuel Thomas Lord Edgar James
Lord James
Hannah Toback Manon
La Crevette
Herbert Weber Lord Henry Jekyll
Anna Werth Jane
Mrs. Vale
Singing Girl
Florence Witt Singing Girl
Mary Wrick Dolly Chamberlain
Cameron York Vincent Howard
Vernon Craft
music by Noël Coward; lyrics by Noël Coward
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
That Wonderful Melody Singer and Dancing Chorus
The Call of Life The Marchioness of Shayne and Chorus
If You Could Only Come With Me Carl Linden
I'll See You Again Sarah Millick and Carl Linden
Tell Me What Is Love Sarah Millick and Chorus
The Last Dance The Marquis of Steere, Lord Edgar James, Lord Sorrel, Mr. Vale, Mr. Bethel, Mr. Proutie, Victoria, Harriet, Gloria, Honor, Jane and Effie
ACT 2Sung By
Life in the Morning Waiters and Cleaners
Ladies of the Town Lotte, Freda, Hansi and Gussie
If Love Were All Manon (La Crevette)
Evermore and a Day Sari Linden
(Dear) Little Cafe Sari Linden and Carl Linden
Tokay Carl Linden, Officers and Chorus
Bonne Nuit, Merci Manon (La Crevette)
Kiss Me Manon (La Crevette) and Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay
(music by Henry J. Sayers; lyrics by Henry J. Sayers)
Mr. Bethel, Mr. Vale, Mr. Proutie, The Duke of Tenterton, Lord Sorrel, Lord Edgar James, The Duchess of Tenterton, Lady James, Mrs. Proutie, Lady Sorrel, Mrs. Vale and Mrs. Bethel
Alas, the Time Is Past The Duchess of Tenterton, Lady James, Mrs. Proutie, Lady Sorrel, Mrs. Vale and Mrs. Bethel
Green Carnations Bertram Sellick, Lord Henry Jade, Vernon Craft and Cedrick Ballantyne
Zigeuner Sari Linden