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Stars In Your Eyes   

Majestic Theatre, (2/09/1939 - 5/27/1939)
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Opening Date: Feb 09, 1939    
Closing Date: May 27, 1939 Total Performances: 127

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Sound Stage "7" of the Monotone Picture Corp., Hollywood, California.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Select Operating Corporation
Produced by Dwight Deere Wiman
Music by Arthur Schwartz; Book by J. P. McEvoy; Lyrics by Dorothy Fields; Music orchestrated by Donald J. Walker, Hans Spialek and Al Goodman; Musical Director: Al Goodman
Staged by Joshua Logan; Choreographed by Carl Randall
Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner; Costume Design by John Hambleton; Assistant to Jo Mielziner: George Jenkins; Assistant to John Hambleton: Rose Bogdanoff
General Manager: Forrest C. Haring; Business Manager: J.H. Del Bondio
Stage Manager: Andy Anderson; Associate Stage Mgr: Robert Bentzen, Dave Weinstein and Ambrose Costello
Assistant to Dwight Deere Wiman: Lina Abarbanell; Assistant to Carl Randall: Edward Brinkman; Press Representative: Elise Chisholm; Assistant Press Representative: Howard Newman
Jimmy DuranteBill
Ethel MermanJeanette Adair
Richard CarlsonJohn Blake
Mildred NatwickBess
Tamara ToumanovaTata
Anthony AlbertElectrician
Gentleman of the Ballet
Alicia AlonsoLady of the Ballet
Fernando AlonsoGentleman of the Ballet
Italian Consul
Paul AlvinGentleman of the Ballet
Savva AndreieffGentleman of the Ballet
Richard BarbeeDawson
Walter CasselLeading Man
Gloria ClareScript Girl
Peggy ConradLady of the Ballet
Ambrose CostelloAssistant Soundman
German Consul
Davis CunninghamSecond Assistant Director
Dan DaileyFifth Assistant Director
Natasha DanaSixth Girl
Maria De GalantaLady of the Ballet
Sandy DietzCameraman
Jane EverettLady of the Ballet
Basil GalahoffJockey
Gentleman of the Ballet
Ted GaryAssistant Director
Dwight GodwinGentleman of the Ballet
French Consul
Gail GrantFirst Girl
Lady of the Ballet
Marion HaynesLady of the Ballet
Thekla HornSecond Girl
Lady of the Ballet
Johanne HovenWardrobe Woman
Lady of the Ballet
Marjorie JohnstoneLady of the Ballet
Edward KaneThird Assistant Director
Maria KarniloffLady of the Ballet
Nora KayeDancing Girl
Lady of the Ballet
George KiddonGentleman of the Ballet
Kathryn MayfieldMaid
Rennie McEvoySoundman
David MorrisCarpenter
English Consul
Russel ProtopoffGentleman of the Ballet
Russian Consul
Frances RandsFourth Girl
Lady of the Ballet
Richard ReedGentleman of the Ballet
Audrey ReynoldsLady of the Ballet
Newcombe RiceGentleman of the Ballet
Jerome RobbinsGentleman of the Ballet
Dawn RolandBabe
Phyllis RoqueFifth Girl
Robert RossDarrow
Robert ShanleyFourth Assistant Director
Roger StearnsSixth Assistant Director
Olga SuarezLady of the Ballet
Clinton SundbergWilder
Margaret VasilieffLady of the Ballet
Walter WagnerCameraman
Mary WickesVoice Coach
Mary Jane WilliamsLady of the Ballet
Nancy WimanThird Girl
music by Arthur Schwartz; lyrics by Dorothy Fields
ACT 1 Sung By
Places, EverybodyCompany
One Brief MomentLeading Man, French Consul and Ensemble
This Is ItJeanette Adair and Photographers
All the TimeJohn Blake and Tata
Self Made ManBill
Okay for SoundSoundman, Babe and Ensemble
A Lady Needs a ChangeJeanette Adair
Terribly AttractiveBill and Bess
Just a Little Bit MoreJeanette Adair
ACT 2 Sung By
As of TodaySoundman, Fourth Girl, Voice Coach, Sixth Assistant Director, Maid, Carpenter, Fifth Assistant Director and Ensemble
He's Goin' HomeBill and Ensemble
I'll Pay the CheckJeanette Adair
Never a Dull MomentBabe, Assistant Director, Fifth Assistant Director, Soundman and Ensemble
This Is It (Reprise) Jeanette Adair
It's All YoursJeanette Adair and Bill