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The Greenwich Village Follies [1921]   

 
Shubert Theatre , (8/31/1921 - 1/21/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Aug 31, 1921   
Closing Date:Jan 21, 1922 Total Performances:167

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


Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Produced by The Bohemians, Inc. and Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Lyrics by Arthur Swanstrom and John Murray Anderson; Music by Carey Morgan; Conceived by John Murray Anderson; Book by Arthur Swanstrom and John Murray Anderson; Musical Director: Victor Baravalle; Music orchestrated by Mornay D. Helm and Frank E. Barry; Featuring songs by Percy Wenrich, Ray Perkins, Byron Gay, Ted Lewis, Ernest Golden, Russell J. Robinson, Blanche Merrill, Irving Bibo, Thomas Morris, Al Herman, Lester Stevens, Allen Behr, Julian Robledo, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver; Featuring songs with lyrics by Percy Wenrich, Ray Perkins, Byron Gay, Ted Lewis, Ernest Golden, Russell J. Robinson, Blanche Merrill, Dorothy Terriss, Phil Furman, Irving Bibo, Thomas Morris, Al Herman, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver
Staged by John Murray Anderson; Choreographed by Jack Manning and Madame Serova
Scenic Design by John Murray Anderson and Robert Locher; Costume Design by Robert Locher
Cast
Jean Arundel Performer
Richard Bold Performer
Robert Castleton Performer
Trilby Clark Performer
Anna Mae Clift Performer
Hamilton Condon Performer
Evelyn Darville Performer
Dore Performer
Dorothy Drew Performer
Gretchen Eastman Performer
Charles Edmonds Performer
Ada Forman Performer
Irene Franklin Performer
Rosalind Fuller Performer
Alden Gay Performer
Lou Gorey Performer
Al Herman Performer
Hildred Performer
Peggy Hope Performer
Donald Kerr Performer
Ted Lewis Performer
Betty Linn Performer
Peggy Mathews Performer
Bird Millman Performer
Florence Normand Performer
Elizabeth North Performer
Julia Parler Performer
Corone Paynter Performer
Dolores Peters Performer
Margaret Petit Performer
Robert Pitkin Performer
Polly Platt Performer
Louise Powell Performer
Addie Rolfe Performer
Basil Smith Performer
Tarzanne Performer
Gordon Thompson Performer
Winifred Verina Performer
Valodia Vestoff Performer
Vilhelda Performer
Jack Vincent Performer
James Watts Performer
Billie Weston Performer
Devah Worrell Performer
Marguerite Young Performer
music by Carey Morgan; lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1
Broadway Wedding Bells
When Dreams Come True
I Want a Picture of You
(music by Percy Wenrich; lyrics by Percy Wenrich)
Snow Flake
Down the Old Church Aisle
(music by Ray Perkins; lyrics by Ray Perkins)
Fate
(music by Byron Gay; lyrics by Byron Gay)
(I'm Coming Back to You) Maybe
(music by Ted Lewis and Ernest Golden; lyrics by Ted Lewis and Ernest Golden)
Unlucky Blues
(music by Ted Lewis and Russell J. Robinson; lyrics by Ted Lewis and Russell J. Robinson)
Oh-Heigh-Ho!
I'm Up in the Air Over You
Pavlowa Song
(music by Blanche Merrill; lyrics by Blanche Merrill)
Bang! Bang!! Bang!!!
ACT 2
The Haunted Violin
Ease Along
(music by Irving Bibo and Thomas Morris; lyrics by Irving Bibo and Thomas Morris)
Wha Wha (That Imaginary Isle)
(music by Lester Stevens; lyrics by Phil Furman)
Moonshine Is in the Mountain Still
(music by Allen Behr; lyrics by Al Herman)
True Blue Sal
(music by Al Herman, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver; lyrics by Al Herman, Alex Gerber and Abner Silver)
Three O'Clock in the Morning
(music by Julian Robledo; lyrics by Dorothy Terriss)