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Go Easy, Mabel   

Longacre Theatre, (5/08/1922 - 5/20/1922)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: May 08, 1922    
Closing Date: May 20, 1922 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A Room in the Sparks' Home

Production Staff
Produced by Hudson Productions Company, Inc.
Book by Charles George; Lyrics by Charles George; Music by Charles George; Musical Director: Ross Mobley
Staged by Bertram Harrison and Julian Alfred
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Herman Patrick Tappe, Henri Bendel, Inc., Lucile, Milgrims, Mahieu and Bulger
Eileen AdaireGirl
Arthur AylesworthGeorge Macdonald
Lucille ConstantGirl
Will J. DemingTed Sparks
Margaret DumontMrs. Edward Drenton
Grace DuncanGirl
Evelyn GeraldGirl
Sonya IvanoffGirl
Ethel LeveyMabel Montmorency
Russell MackBruce Drenton
James C. MarloweEdward Drenton
Virginia RocheGirl
Eileen Van BieneTessie Claire
Victoria WhiteGirl
Beatrice WilsonGirl
Sue WilsonGirl
Estelle WinwoodMabel Sparks
music by Charles George; lyrics by Charles George
ACT 1 Sung By
Love Is KingTessie Claire
Girls, Girls, GirlsTed Sparks and Girls
A Lapse of TimeGirls
I Want a Regular ManMabel Montmorency, Ted Sparks and George Macdonald
Go Easy, MabelBruce Drenton, Mabel Montmorency and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Honey, I Love YouTessie Claire and Girls
The Unveiling of a Broadway GirlBruce Drenton and Girls
Oh, PapaMabel Montmorency and Edward Drenton
ACT 3 Sung By
An Old-Fashioned Man Is Hard to FindMabel Sparks and Girls
When You Dance with the Girl You LoveBruce Drenton and Mabel Montmorency
Ethel Levey's Smile SongMabel Montmorency