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A Lady Says Yes   

Broadhurst Theatre, (1/10/1945 - 3/25/1945)
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Opening Date: Jan 10, 1945    
Closing Date: Mar 25, 1945 Total Performances: 87

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Venice, China, and Washington D.C. in 1545 and 1945

Production Staff
Produced by J. J. Shubert; Produced in association with Clayton Ashley
Music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin; Book by Clayton Ashley; Lyrics by Stanley Adams; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bud Burton; Musical Director: Ving Merlin
Choreographed by Boots McKenna; Ballets choreographed by Natalie Kamarova
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Lou Eisele; Lighting Design by William Thomas
Company Manager: George Oshrin
Stage Manager: Art Mayberry
Press Representative: C. P. Greneker and Walter Alford
Lucas AcoDancer
Jack AlbertsonDoctor
Dr. Bartoli
Jack AllenDancer
Christine AyresChristine
Doris BrentEnsemble
Jan BrooksEnsemble
Fred CataniaKiller Pepoli
Pittman CorryCaptain Gordon
Captain Desiri
Madeleine DetryDancer
Blanche GradyThird Nurse
Albertina HorstmannDancer
Jackson JordanSecond Nurse
Martha KingIsabella
Al KleinSecond
Carole LandisGhisella
Helena Le BerthonFirst Nurse
Patricia LeithDancer
Jeanne LewisDancer
Arthur MaxwellAnthony Caufield
Earl McDonaldDr. Gaspare
Eddie MillerDancer
Steve MillsPantaloon
Candace MontgomeryEnsemble
Bobby MorrisScapino
Joseph PazDancer
Susan PearceDancer
Sue RyanLicetta
Francelia SchmidtPage Boy
Helen SchmidtDancer
Fredi SearsEnsemble
Jacqueline SusannHildegarde
Alice SwansonDancer
Eddie WellsDancer
music by Fred Spielman and Arthur Gershwin; lyrics by Stanley Adams
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Viva VitaminsEnsemble
You're the Lord of Any ManorEnsemble
Take My Heart With YouIsabella and Anthony Caufield
Without a CaressGhisella and Ladies of the Ensemble
I Wonder Why You WanderLicetta, Scapino and Ensemble
I Don't Care What They Say About MeAnthony Caufield and Ensemble
A Hop, A Skip, A Jump, A LookJudges
A Pillow for His Royal HeadChambermaids
Don't Wake Them Up Too SoonGhisella and Ladies of the Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
You're More Than a Name and an AddressGhisella and Anthony Caufield
Brooklyn U.S.A.
(music by Will Morrissey; lyrics by Will Morrissey)
I'm Setting My Cap for a ThroneGhisella
Leave us let things alone like they was
(music by Harold D. Cohen; lyrics by Bud Burton)
It's the Girl Everytime, It's the GirlAnthony Caufield and Ladies of the Ensemble
You're More Than a Name and an Address (Reprise) Ghisella and Anthony Caufield