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The Time, the Place and the Girl   

Mansfield Theatre, (10/21/1942 - 10/31/1942)
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Opening Date: Oct 21, 1942    
Closing Date: Oct 31, 1942 Total Performances: 13

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: A sanitarium and hotel in the mountains of Virginia

Production Staff
Produced by Georges D. Gersene
Music by Joseph E. Howard; Book by Will M. Haugh, Frank Adams and Joseph E. Howard; Lyrics by William B. Friedlander; Revised by Will Morrissey and John Neff; Musical Director: Louis Katzman; Music orchestrated by Louis Katzman; Vocal arrangements by Louis Katzman
Directed by William B. Friedlander; Choreographed by Carl Randall
Scenic Design by Karl O. Amend; Costume Design by Paul Du Pont
Olga AlexandrovaEnsemble
Jimmy AllisonEnsemble
Irene CarrollEnsemble
Evelyn CaseMrs. Talcott
a widow
Ray CookEnsemble
Kendrick CoyEnsemble
Vicki CummingsMolly Kelly
a nurse
Robert DouglasA Patient
Kay DowdEnsemble
Rhoda GerardEnsemble
Sheila HermanEnsemble
Irene HildaMargaret Howard
Joseph E. HowardJoe Howard
Fred KuhnlyAn Attendant
Wilson LangEnsemble
Marion LullingEnsemble
Peggy LynnEnsemble
Red Marshall"Happy" Johnny Hicks
a gambler
Ray McGregorBallerina
Ruth MitchellEnsemble
May MuthEnsemble
Clarence NordstromHjalmar Swenson
Duke NormanWillie Talcott
a spoiled child
Dorothy OstranderEnsemble
Doris PareEnsemble
James PhillipsA Guide
A Police Sergeant
Terry SaundersEnsemble
Rolfe SedanMr. Duval
Connie SheldonEnsemble
Dot SloaneEnsemble
Fanette StalleEnsemble
Gene SternEnsemble
Dorothy StirwaltEnsemble
Lee SullivanTom Cunningham
a rich man's son
Andrew ThurstonEnsemble
Alfred WeberEnsemble
Richard WorthLawrence Farnham
Helen ZuradEnsemble
music by Joseph E. Howard; lyrics by William B. Friedlander
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
There's a Little Man on My ShoulderThe Buccaneers, The Sophisti-Kids and Ensemble
OcarinaMrs. Talcott (a widow), The Sophisti-Kids and The Buccaneers
Travelling ManLawrence Farnham, The Buccaneers and The Sophisti-Kids
Something In My Eye
(music by Benjamin Britten and Joseph E. Howard; lyrics by Benjamin Britten and Joseph E. Howard)
Margaret Howard and Dancing Ensemble
Dr. KeeleyMolly Kelly (a nurse) and "Happy" Johnny Hicks (a gambler)
Will-o'-the-WispMrs. Talcott (a widow) and The Sophisti-Kids
A Penny for Your Thoughts, Junior Miss
(music by Joseph E. Howard and Boris Kogan)
Margaret Howard, Tom Cunningham (a rich man's son) and The Sophisti-Kids
The Custom of Dressing for DinnerMrs. Talcott (a widow) and Entire Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Custom of Dressing for Dinner (Reprise)
Work Eight HoursTom Cunningham (a rich man's son) and Entire Company
TreasonLawrence Farnham and Margaret Howard
RationsMolly Kelly (a nurse), "Happy" Johnny Hicks (a gambler) and Dancing Ensemble
I Can't Get Along With YouMargaret Howard and Tom Cunningham (a rich man's son)