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Two on the Aisle   

Mark Hellinger Theatre, (7/19/1951 - 3/15/1952)
First Preview: Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Jul 19, 1951    
Closing Date: Mar 15, 1952 Total Performances: 276

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Anthony B. Farrell
Produced by Arthur Lesser
Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Sketches by Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Music orchestrated by Philip Lang; Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot; Vocal arrangements by Herbert Greene; Musical Director: Herbert Greene; "Schneider's Miracle" by Nat Hiken and William Friedberg
Directed by Abe Burrows; Musical Staging by Ted Cappy; "Dog Show" choreographed by Ruthanna Boris
Scenic Design by Howard Bay; Lighting Design by Howard Bay; Costume Design by Joan Personette; Hair Design by Ernest Adler; Make-Up Design by Ernest Adler; Costumes executed by Edith Lutyens
General Manager: B.H. Segal; Company Manager: Joseph Harris
General Stage Manager: John Sola; Stage Manager: Perry Bruskin
Music Contractor: Morris Lefkowitz
Press Representative: Nat Dorfman; Associate Press Representative: Irvin Dorfman; Advertising: Lawrence Weiner
Dolores GrayThe Girl
A Vaudevillian
Specialty Performer
Miss Travers
The Girl
Bert LahrLefty Hogan
Captain Universe
The Clown
A Vaudevillian
Specialty Performer
Close Friend
Mr. Murdock
John AllenPasser-by
Singing Ensemble
Jeanette AquilinaMaid
Little Girl
Dancing Ensemble
Arthur ArneyConductor
Denizen of Venus
Singing Ensemble
Margery BeddowRhine Maiden
Dancing Ensemble
Fred BryanSpecialty Singer
Singing Ensemble
Betty BudayLover
Dancing Ensemble
Gloria DanylThe Other Woman
Clown's Assistant
Rhine Maiden
Cocker Spaniel
Dancing Ensemble
Bob Emmett3rd Suitor
The Man
Dancing Ensemble
Dorothy EtheridgeSpecialty Dancer
Gregg EvansRussian Wolfhound
Jerry FriesSpecialty Dancer
Trainer for Wolfhounds
Dancing Ensemble
Robert GallagherConductor
Doris GoodwinDalmatian
Dancing Ensemble
Richard GrayCameraman
Gordon HamiltonManager for Poodle
Singing Ensemble
John Kelly2nd Suitor
Trainer for Dalmations
Walter KelvinConductor
Radio Voice
Singing Ensemble
Rosemary KitteltonRussian Wolfhound
Larry LaurenceHotchkiss
Alan LeRoyProducer
Man on Bench
Vera LeeSpecialty Dancer
Clown's Assistant
Rhine Maiden
Dancing Ensemble
Paul LydayLover
Trainer for Pekinese
Singing Ensemble
Colette MarchandGirl
Specialty Dancer
French Poodle
Leila MartinPasser-by
Singing Ensemble
Jane MasonCocker Spaniel
Dancing Ensemble
J.C. McCordSpecialty Dancer
"There Never Was A Baby Like My Baby" Dancer
The American
James McCrackenVoice
Kathryn MylorieQueen Chlorophyl
Specialty Singer
Miss Flaherty
Dell ParkerClown's Assistant
Russian Wolfhound
Stanley PragerConductor
The Dragon
John RayeDenizen of Venus
Singing Ensemble
Elliott ReidAnnouncer
Performer - "Here's What You Said"
Victor ReilleyUrchin
Trainer for Cocker Spaniels
Dancing Ensemble
Frank Reynolds1st Suitor
Dancing Ensemble
Arthur RubinConductor
Mira StefanRussian Wolfhound
Singing Ensemble
Patricia TobinMrs. Higgleston
Singing Ensemble
Jeanne TylerClown's Assistant
Russian Wolfhound
Charlotte Van LeinRussian Wolfhound
Understudies: John Allen (Specialty Singer), Perry Bruskin (Conductor, Higgins, Piper, The Dragon), Betty Buday (French Poodle, Girl, Specialty Dancer), Bob Emmett (Cameraman, Conductor, Hitchcock, Inspector, Specialty Dancer, The American), Robert Gallagher (Announcer, He, Hubby, Husband, Performer - "Here's What You Said"), Walter Kelvin (Man on Bench, Producer), Vera Lee (French Poodle, Girl, Specialty Dancer), Loney Lewis (A Vaudevillian, Captain Universe, Close Friend, Him, Lefty Hogan, Lovey, Mr. Murdock, Schneider, Siegfried, Specialty Performer, The Clown), Jane Mason (Little Girl, Maid) and Betty O'Neil (A Vaudevillian, Br³nnhilde, Miss Travers, She, Specialty Performer, The Girl, Wife, Wifey)

ACT 1 Sung By
Hold Me Tight1st Suitor, 2nd Suitor, 3rd Suitor, Maid and The Girl
Highlights from the World of SportsProducer, Announcer, Cameraman and Lefty Hogan
East River Hoe-Down
There Never Was a Baby like my BabyWife and Husband
Space BrigadeHodgkins, Hotchkiss, Hitchcock, Captain Universe, Higgins, Radio Voice and Queen Chlorophyl
If You Hadn't, But You Did?The Girl, The Other Woman and The Man
The ClownSiegfried
The Guide BookUrchin, The Girl, Lover, Traveller and The American
Here's What You Said
Catch our ActA Vaudevillian
At the MetSiegfried, Br³nnhilde and The Dragon
ACT 2 Sung By
Schneider's MiracleSchneider, Mrs. Higgleston, Piper, Miss Flaherty, Inspector, Man on Bench, Little Girl, Policeman and Passer-by
Give a Little, Get a Little Love
Dog ShowJudge, Russian Wolfhound, Trainer for Wolfhounds, Pekinese, Trainer for Pekinese, Cocker Spaniel, Trainer for Cocker Spaniels, Dalmatian, Trainer for Dalmations, French Poodle and Manager for Poodle
How Will He Know?Mr. Murdock and Miss Travers