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Sally   

 
New Amsterdam Theatre , (9/17/1923 - 10/06/1923)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 17, 1923   
Closing Date:Oct 06, 1923 Total Performances:24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
This production is a return engagement of Sally (12/21/1920 - 4/22/1922)


Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by Clifford Grey; Book by Guy Bolton; Additional lyrics by Anne Caldwell, P. G. Wodehouse and B.G. DeSylva; Butterfly Ballet music by Victor Herbert
Staged by Edward Royce
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Alice O'Neil
Conducted by Gustave Salzer
Cast
Leon Errol Connie
A Waiter at the Alley Inn
Duke of Czechogovinio
Marilynn Miller Sally of the Alley
A Foundling
Mme. Nookerova
A Wild Rose
Walter Catlett Otis Hooper
A Theatrical Agent
Mae Daw Miss Vanderbilt
Foundling
Agatha DeBussy Miss New York
A Niece
Agatha
Bernardine DeGraves Miss Worth
Foundling
Bobby Deane Miss Rhinelander
Foundling
Floyd English Jimmie Spelvin
Felice Mrs. Ten Broek
A Settlement Worker
The Bat
Paul Frawley Blair Farquar
An Only Son
Joan Gardner Helen
Alfred P. James Pops
Proprietor of the Alley Inn, New York
Ethel Kelly Miss Bryant
Foundling
Frank Kingdon Richard Farquar
Kathlene Martyn Rosalind Rafferty
A Manicurist
Mme. Nookerova's Maid
Mary McDonald Beatrice
Jacques Rabiroff Sascha
Violinist at the Alley Inn
Virginia Ray Virginia
Phil Ryley The Admiral Travers
A Gay One
Pauline Schaefer Miss Audubon
Foundling
Billie Stanfield Miss Bowling Green
Foundling
Vivian Vernon Alta
Betty Williams Winifred
music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse and Clifford Grey
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Way Down East Rosalind Rafferty (A Manicurist) and Ensemble
On with the Dance Otis Hooper (A Theatrical Agent), Rosalind Rafferty (A Manicurist), Betty and Harry Burton
This Little Girl Mrs. Ten Broek (A Settlement Worker), Pops (Proprietor of the Alley Inn, New York) and Foundlings
Joan of Arc (You Can't Keep a Good Girl Down) Sally of the Alley (A Foundling) and Foundlings
Look for the Silver Lining
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
Sally of the Alley (A Foundling) and Blair Farquar (An Only Son)
Sally Blair Farquar (An Only Son) and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
The Social Game Jimmie Spelvin and Ensemble
Wild Rose Sally of the Alley (A Foundling) and Diplomats
(On the Banks of) The Schnitza-Komisski Duke of Czechogovinio and Ensemble
Pzcherkatrotsky Duke of Czechogovinio
Whip-poor-Will
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
Sally of the Alley (A Foundling) and Blair Farquar (An Only Son)
The Lorelei
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Otis Hooper (A Theatrical Agent), Rosalind Rafferty (A Manicurist) and Jimmie Spelvin
Little Church Around the Corner Rosalind Rafferty (A Manicurist) and Otis Hooper (A Theatrical Agent)
ACT 3Sung By
Land of Butterflies
(music by Victor Herbert)