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Pins and Needles   

Shubert Theatre, (2/01/1922 - 3/11/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Feb 01, 1922    
Closing Date: Mar 11, 1922 Total Performances: 46

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts, 21 scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Albert De Courville
Book by Albert De Courville, Wal Pink and Edgar Wallace; Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Rupert Hazel and I. Caesar; Music by James Hanley and Frederick Chappelle; Orchestra under the direction of Charles Previn
Staged by Albert De Courville; Assistant Staging: Julian Mitchell
Costume Design by Bernard, Max Weldy, Leslie Roberts, Poole and Clarkson, Fisher and Berman and Evelyn Varon
Josephine BlythePerformer
Phyllis BryanPerformer
Muriel CortPerformer
Elizabeth CoylePerformer
Maisie GayPerformer
Edith Kelly GouldPerformer
Rupert HazellPerformer
Nan C. HearnePerformer
May HernPerformer
Teddy KnoxPerformer
Pamela LeroyPerformer
Geneva MarlowePerformer
Tess MayerPerformer
Florence McGuirePerformer
Joan MorrisPerformer
Jack MorrisonPerformer
Tommy MostolPerformer
Jimmy NervoPerformer
Mary PhilipsPerformer
Harry PilcerPerformer
Alice PollardPerformer
Ewart ScottPerformer
Lillian SmithPerformer
Jane TaylorPerformer
Frances UptonPerformer
Amy VerityPerformer
Louise WaynePerformer
Phyllis WolmerPerformer
music by James Hanley and Frederick Chappelle; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald ,Rupert Hazell and Irving Caesar
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