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Yours Is My Heart   

Shubert Theatre, (9/05/1946 - 10/05/1946)
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Opening Date: Sep 05, 1946    
Closing Date: Oct 05, 1946 Total Performances: 36

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Theatre Owned by The Shubert Organization; Theatre Operated by the Central Theatres Leasing & Construction Company
Produced by Arthur Spitz
Music by Franz Lehár; Music arranged by Felix Guenther; Book by Harry Graham, Ira Cobb and Karl Farkas; Lyrics by Harry Graham, Ira Cobb and Karl Farkas; Musical Director: George Schick; Featuring songs by Paul Durant
Directed by Theodore Bache; Choreographed by Henry Shwarze
Scenic Design by H.A. Condell; Costume Design by H.A. Condell; Lighting Design by Milton Lowe; Costumes executed by Mulle Costumes
General Manager: Jacob L. Steisel; Business Manager: Felix G. Gerstman; Company Manager: Charles Stewart
Stage Manager: Monroe Manning; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edward Groag
Music adapted by Felix Guenther; Orchestra Personnel Manager: Charles Kunen
Press Representative: Karl Bernstein and Martha Dreiblatt; Dialogue Direction: Monroe Manning
Richard TauberPrince Sou Chong
Stella AndrevaClaudette Vernay
Prima Donna
Fred BriessHigh Priest
Singing Ensemble
Edwin BudanaSinging Ensemble
Alexander D'ArcyFernand D'Orville
Elfi DukaDance Ensemble
Beatrice EdenLi Tsi
Chinese Bride
Helen FarrellDance Ensemble
Alberto FelicianoSolo Dancer
Trudy GothSolo Dancer
Natalye GreeneYvonne
Singing Ensemble
Eleanore GregoryDance Ensemble
Edward GroagHuang Wei
Chinese Ambassador
Jean HeiseyMarie
Singing Ensemble
Lillian HeldPrincess Mi
Sou Chong's Sister
Julie JeffersonSinging Ensemble
Mary KaneDance Ensemble
Dorothy KarrolSinging Ensemble
Fred KeatingHsi Fueng
Minister of Finance
Athena KellarDance Ensemble
Harvey KierButler
Harry KierySinging Ensemble
Wayne LambSolo Dancer
Harold LazaronPierre
Singing Ensemble
Sonia LevanskayaDance Ensemble
Sondra LiptonDance Ensemble
Phyllis LockardSinging Ensemble
Jane MackleLou
Singing Ensemble
Monroe ManningGuy
Margaret McCallionDance Ensemble
Scotty MillerSinging Ensemble
Carol PercyDance Ensemble
Albert ShoengoldMaster of Ceremonies
Singing Ensemble
Henry ShwarzeSolo Dancer
Arnold SpectorPrince Tschang
Sou Chong's Uncle
Gloria StevensDance Ensemble
Estelle TamusDance Ensemble
Edythe A. UdenDance Ensemble
Joanna VischerDance Ensemble
Sammy WhiteArchibald Mascotte
Helene WhitneyLucille
Singing Ensemble
Isabella WilsonSinging Ensemble
Geraldine WyssDance Ensemble
music by Franz Lehar; lyrics by Ira Cobb and Karl Farkas
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Goodbye, PareeFernand D'Orville and Ensemble
Free As the AirClaudette Vernay (Prima Donna) and Ensemble
Chinese MelodyClaudette Vernay (Prima Donna)
Patiently SmilingPrince Sou Chong
A Cup of China TeaClaudette Vernay (Prima Donna) and Prince Sou Chong
Upon a Moonlight Night in MayPrince Sou Chong and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Love, What Has Given You This Magic Power?Claudette Vernay (Prima Donna) and Prince Sou Chong
Men of ChinaPrincess Mi (Sou Chong's Sister)
Chingo-PingoPrincess Mi (Sou Chong's Sister)
Men of ChinaDance Ensemble
Chingo-PingoFernand D'Orville and Ensemble
Yours is My Heart OnlyPrince Sou Chong
ACT 3 Sung By
Upon a Moonlight Night in May (Reprise) Claudette Vernay (Prima Donna), Solo Dancer and Ensemble
Paris Sings Again
(music by Paul Durant)
Claudette Vernay (Prima Donna)
Ma Petite CheriPrincess Mi (Sou Chong's Sister) and Fernand D'Orville