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George White's Scandals [1921]   

Liberty Theatre, (7/11/1921 - 10/01/1921)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Jul 11, 1921    
Closing Date: Oct 01, 1921 Total Performances: 97

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

Production Staff
Produced by George White
Book by "Bugs" Baer and George White; Music by George Gershwin; Lyrics by Arthur Jackson; Musical Director: Alfred Newman
Staged by George White
Art director: Herbert Ward; Costume Design by Albertine Randall Wheelan, Alice O'Neil, Ada Fields and Gilbert Adrian
Geraldine AlexanderPerformer
Lester AllenPerformer
Marcelle BarnesEnsemble
George BickelPerformer
Vera ColburnEnsemble
Lucille CookEnsemble
Helen CoxEnsemble
Myra CullenPerformer
Yvette CurrierEnsemble
Eleanor DanaEnsemble
Hazel DareEnsemble
Winnie DunnEnsemble
Gene FordPerformer
Lloyd GarrettPerformer
Bert GordonPerformer
Ona HamiltonEnsemble
Victoria HerbertPerformer
Lou HoltzPerformer
Aunt JemimaPerformer
Charles KingPerformer
Helen KnightEnsemble
Helen La VonneEnsemble
George LeMairePerformer
Phoebe LeePerformer
Lou MartellEnsemble
Gertrude McGushionEnsemble
Miss MichellEnsemble
James MillerPerformer
May MorrisEnsemble
Frances NeyEnsemble
Ann PenningtonPerformer
Harry RosePerformer
Ruth SavoyEnsemble
Peggy SmithEnsemble
Dorothy StokesEnsemble
Sybil StokesEnsemble
Olive VaughanPerformer
Christine WelfordPerformer
Darry WelfordPerformer
George WhitePerformer
music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Arthur Jackson
(Unless otherwise noted)

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