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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
Cast
Eileen Adaire Girl
Arthur Aylesworth George Macdonald
Lucille Constant Girl
Will J. Deming Ted Sparks
Margaret Dumont Mrs. Edward Drenton
Grace Duncan Girl
Evelyn Gerald Girl
Sonya Ivanoff Girl
Ethel Levey Mabel Montmorency
Russell Mack Bruce Drenton
James C. Marlowe Edward Drenton
Virginia Roche Girl
Eileen Van Biene Tessie Claire
Victoria White Girl
Beatrice Wilson Girl
Sue Wilson Girl
Estelle Winwood Mabel Sparks
music by Charles George; lyrics by Charles George
ACT 1Sung By
Love Is King Tessie Claire
Girls, Girls, Girls Ted Sparks and Girls
A Lapse of Time Girls
I Want a Regular Man Mabel Montmorency, Ted Sparks and George Macdonald
Go Easy, Mabel Bruce Drenton, Mabel Montmorency and Girls
ACT 2Sung By
Honey, I Love You Tessie Claire and Girls
The Unveiling of a Broadway Girl Bruce Drenton and Girls
Oh, Papa Mabel Montmorency and Edward Drenton
ACT 3Sung By
An Old-Fashioned Man Is Hard to Find Mabel Sparks and Girls
When You Dance with the Girl You Love Bruce Drenton and Mabel Montmorency
Ethel Levey's Smile Song Mabel Montmorency