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Naughty Naught '00   

American Music Hall, (1/23/1937 - 5/30/1937)
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Opening Date: Jan 23, 1937    
Closing Date: May 30, 1937 Total Performances: 128

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Yale Campus; Frank and Jack's Dormitory Room; Moriarty's Saloon; Railroad Station, New Haven; Boathouse near Thames; The River Bank.
Comments: Performed seven nights a week, no matinees.

Production Staff
Produced by John Krimsky and Jerrold Krimsky
Music by Richard Lewine; Book by John Van Antwerp; Lyrics by Ted Fetter; Musical Director: Howard Johnson; Music orchestrated by Ben Ludlow
Directed by Morgan Lewis
Scenic Design by Eugene B. Dunkel; Costume Design by Eaves
Lee BerkmanJoe
Alexander Clark, Jr.P. De Quincy Devereux
Eleanora DixonGibson Girl
Phil EppensStub
Anna ErskineGibson Girl
Howard FischerFred
Jane HammondGibson Girl
Alan HandleyJim Pawling
Julia HartwellGibson Girl
Percy HeltonSpunky
Barbara HunterGibson Girl
Isham KeithTough
Leslie LitomyJack Granville
Kermit LoveA Student
Harry MeehanBartender
Eleanor PhelpsClaire Granville
Lucille RichGibson Girl
Bartlett RobinsonFrank Plover
Douglas RowlandTom
Howard SullivanPugsy
Gerrie WorthingCathleen
music by Richard Lewine; lyrics by Ted Fetter
ACT 1 Sung By
Goodbye Girls, Hello YaleFreshmen
Love Makes the World Go RoundClaire Granville, Frank Plover and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Love Makes the World Go Round (Reprise) Claire Granville
Zim Zam ZeeCathleen and Men
Pull the Boat for EliStudents and Girls
Coney-by-the Sea