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Burlesque   

 
Belasco Theatre , (12/25/1946 - 1/10/1948)
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Opening Date:Dec 25, 1946   
Closing Date:Jan 10, 1948 Total Performances:439

Category: Play, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: A Basement Dressing-room in a Mid-West Burlesque Theatre, the Living-room of a New York Hotel Suite, and the Stage of the Star Theatre, Paterson, N.J.


Production Staff
Produced by Jean Dalrymple
Written by George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins
Staged by Arthur Hopkins; Dances by Billy Holbrook
Scenic Design by Robert Rowe Paddock; Costume Design by Grace Houston
Company Manager: Arthur Singer; General Manager: Rex Connor
Stage Manager: Norman Morgan
Production Assistant: Sylvia Friedlander; Press Representative: Marian Graham
Cast
Bert Lahr Skid
principal comedian
Bobby Barry Bozo
second comedian
Fay McKenzie Bonny
leading lady of a burlesque company
Irene Allarie Ecdysisist
Joan Andre Marie
a girl of the chorus
Jeri Archer Bubbles
a girl of the chorus
Jerri Blanchard Gussie
a Beef Trust girl
Harold Bostwick Jerry Evans
a song writer
Carolyn Boyce Kiki
a girl of the chorus
Kay Buckley Mazie
soubrette
Gene Gilmour Mimi
a girl of the chorus
Ross Hertz Lefty
company manager
Darin Jennings Mitsy
Michael Keene Stage Carpenter
Ruth Maitland Blossom
a girl of the chorus
Charles G. Martin Harvey Howell
a cattle man
Joyce Matthews Sylvia Marco
a girl of the chorus
Milton Merill Orchestra Leader
Norman Morgan A Fireman
A Bell Boy
Jean Parker Bonny
leading lady of a burlesque company
Eleanor Prentiss Cuddles
a girl of the chorus
Ronnie Rogers Sugar
a girl of the chorus
Millicent Roy Buster
a girl of the chorus
Santo Scudi Tenor
Robert Weil Sammy
the stage manager