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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 WestDiamond Lil
Fred ArdathLefty
Marjery ArdathEnsemble
Charles BrownCharlie
Les ColodnyCard Player
Guy CostaEnsemble
James CourtneyJuarez
Willie CreagerBowery Musician
Clara CubittEnsemble
Al DurandEnsemble
James FallonMike
Jerry FordEnsemble
Card Player
Bernie FriedlandBowery Musician
Marion GatesBarbara
Val GouldChick Clark
Gabrielle GrayEnsemble
Ann GreeleyEnsemble
Lois HarmonBessie
Jack HowardBill
Louise JenkinsMaggie
Roy JohnsonBowery Musician
Harry KadisonDoheny
Linda KingKitty
Richard KingJim
David LapinMiss West's Accompanist
Lester LaurencePete the Duke
Sid LawsonDan Darcy
Sally LewisFrances
Edward MarshEnsemble
Alice MartinSally
Charles G. MartinFlynn
Lillian MartinEnsemble
Dan MatthewsCaptain Cummings
Bill McElhenyEnsemble
Arnold NewRagtime
Louis NussbaumJacobson
Lucile PeroniEnsemble
Patsy PerroniKane
Walter PetrieGus Jordan
Bert RemsenSailor
Anne SorensonEnsemble
Zolya TalmaRita
Adrian TeiBowery Musician
George WarrenSpike
Harry WarrenJerry
Helen WatersFlo