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Heaven on Earth   

New Century Theatre , (9/16/1948 - 9/25/1948)
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Opening Date:Sep 16, 1948   
Closing Date:Sep 25, 1948 Total Performances:12

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Setting: New York City on the first day of Spring

Production Staff
Produced by Monte Proser; Produced in association with Ned C. Litwack
Music by Jay Gorney; Music arranged by Robert Russell Bennett and Don Walker; Lyrics by Barry Trivers; Book by Barry Trivers; Vocal Arrangements and direction by Hugh Martin; Musical Director: Clay Warnick; Additional lyrics by Norman Zeno; Musical adaptation for dances by Alan Morand
Production Supervised by Eddie Dowling; Directed by John Murray Anderson; Choreographed by Nick Castle
Scenic Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Costume Design by Raoul Pène Du Bois; Lighting Design by John Murray Anderson
Lisa Ayres Dancer
Dick Bernie Magistrate Kennedy
David Burns H.H. Hutton
Dean Campbell Singer
Angela Castle Singer
Steve Condos Sailor with Trumpet
Irwin Corey Commissioner Frobisher
Julie Curtis Singer
Richard D'Arcy The Lover
Ernest Di Gennaro Dancer
Dante Di Paolo Dancer
Robert Dixon John Bowers
Harold Drake Dancer
Danny Drayson Punchy
Cece Eames Dancer
Babette George Dancer
Betty George Officer Blandings
June Graham The Lover
John Gray Singer
Pearl Hacker Singer
Peter Lind Hayes James Aloysius McCarthy
Bill Hogue Butch
Gretchen Houser Dancer
Marguerite James Dancer
Dorothy Jarnac Friday
Ray Johnson Dancer
Dorothy Keller Officer Jonesy
Red Knight Dancer
Carol Lee Dancer
Dorothy Love Dancer
Douglas Luther Singer
Caren Marsh Fannie Frobisher
Remi Martel Slim
Jack Mattis Dancer
Ellen McCown Singer
Ruth Merman Florabelle Frobisher
Wynn Murray Lieut. Sullivan
Barbara Nunn Mary Brooks
Jean Olds Singer
Billy Parsons Sailor
Donald Powell Dancer
Dottie Pyren Singer
Frank Reynolds Dancer
Jack Russell Radio Engineer
Bert Sheldon Officer O'Brien
Gloria Sickling Dancer
Curt Stafford Singer
Claude Stroud Officer Clabber
Alice Swanson Dancer
Lucille Udovick Singer
Vincent Van Lynn Singer
Nina Varela Mrs. Frobisher
Evelyn Ward Dancer
Jack Whitney Dancer
Jack WIlkins Dancer
music by Jay Gorney; lyrics by Barry Trivers
ACT 1Sung By
In the Back of a Hack James Aloysius McCarthy and Dancers
Anything Can Happen Full Company
So Near and Yet So Far Mary Brooks and John Bowers
Don't Forget to Dream James Aloysius McCarthy
Bench in the Park Lieut. Sullivan, Officer Jonesy, Sailor, Punchy and Dancing Ensemble
The Letter James Aloysius McCarthy and Friday
Push a Button in a Hutton H.H. Hutton, Dancer and Singing and Dancing Ensemble
Home Is Where the Heart Is Mary Brooks, John Bowers and Singing Ensemble
Apple Jack Lieut. Sullivan, Sailor with Trumpet, Officer Jonesy, Friday and Singing and Dancing Ensemble
Wedding in the Park James Aloysius McCarthy, Mary Brooks and John Bowers
Heaven on Earth Mary Brooks, John Bowers and The Lovers
ACT 2Sung By
What's the Matter with Our City? James Aloysius McCarthy and Full Company
So Near and Yet So Far (Reprise)Mary Brooks and John Bowers
(You're the) First Cup of Coffee in the Morning Lieut. Sullivan, Officer Clabber, Officer Jonesy, Sailor, Sailor with Trumpet and Singing and Dancing Ensemble