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Diamond Lil   

Broadway Theatre , (9/14/1951 - 11/10/1951)
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Opening Date:Sep 14, 1951   
Closing Date:Nov 10, 1951 Total Performances:67

Category: Play, Comedy, Melodrama, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The Bowery. The "Gay Nineties."

Production Staff
Produced by George Brandt
Written by Mae West; Musical Director: David Lapin
Staged by Charles K. Freeman
General Manager: William S. Levine
Stage Manager: Michael Ellis; Assistant Stage Mgr: Lester Laurence and Patsy Perroni
Conducted by Jack Baker; Music Contractor: Jack Baker
Press Representative: Samuel J. Friedman
Mae West Diamond Lil
Fred Ardath Lefty
Marjery Ardath Ensemble
Charles Brown Charlie
Les Colodny Card Player
Guy Costa Ensemble
James Courtney Juarez
Willie Creager Bowery Musician
Clara Cubitt Ensemble
Al Durand Ensemble
James Fallon Mike
Jerry Ford Ensemble
Card Player
Bernie Friedland Bowery Musician
Marion Gates Barbara
Val Gould Chick Clark
Gabrielle Gray Ensemble
Ann Greeley Ensemble
Lois Harmon Bessie
Jack Howard Bill
Louise Jenkins Maggie
Roy Johnson Bowery Musician
Harry Kadison Doheny
Linda King Kitty
Richard King Jim
David Lapin Miss West's Accompanist
Lester Laurence Pete the Duke
Sid Lawson Dan Darcy
Sally Lewis Frances
Edward Marsh Ensemble
Alice Martin Sally
Charles G. Martin Flynn
Lillian Martin Ensemble
Dan Matthews Captain Cummings
Bill McElheny Ensemble
Arnold New Ragtime
Louis Nussbaum Jacobson
Lucile Peroni Ensemble
Patsy Perroni Kane
Walter Petrie Gus Jordan
Bert Remsen Sailor
Anne Sorenson Ensemble
Zolya Talma Rita
Adrian Tei Bowery Musician
George Warren Spike
Harry Warren Jerry
Helen Waters Flo