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Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 [Summer Edition]   
A Revised Version of the Musical Revue "Ziegfeld Follies of 1922"

New Amsterdam Theatre, (6/25/1923 - 9/15/1923)
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Opening Date: Jun 25, 1923    
Closing Date: Sep 15, 1923 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts

Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Sketches by Ralph Spence and Eddie Cantor; Music by Victor Herbert, Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper; Lyrics by Gene Buck; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Additional music by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Jean Schwartz, Ernest Breuer, Walter Donaldson and J. Turner Layton; Additional lyrics by Charles Tobias, Eddie Cantor, Chic Johnson, Ole Olsen, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Henry Creamer and Buddy DeSylva; Scenes by Joseph Urban
Staged by Ned Wayburn; Tableaus by Ben Ali Haggin
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire, Ada Fields, Alice O'Neil, Ben Ali Haggin and Cora McGeachy
Babs Aitlen
Leonora Baron
Michael Barroy
Clara Beresbach
Emma Beresbach
Nina Byron
Erla Calame
Eddie Cantor
Betty Carsdale
Dorothy Clarkson
Thelma Connor
Velma Connor
Dolly Daggars
Ethel Dale
Helena D'Algy
Eleanor Dana
Audrey Darrell
Mae Daw
Alma Drange
Marcelle Earle
Mary Eaton
Pearl Eaton
Dolly Evans
Victoria Gale
Ed Gallagher
Joan Gardner
Alexander Gray
Gilda Gray
Ivy Halstead
Netta Hill
May Howard
Ada Hughes
Sonia Ivanoff
Beatrice Jackson
Hazel Jennings
Brooke Johns
Naomi Johnson
Simeon Karavaeff
Kello Brothers
Lily Kimari
Virginia King
Julia Kingsley
Sylvia Kingsley
Teddy Knox
Frank Lambert
Evelyn Law
Mary Lewis
Kitty Littlefield
Jean Lloyd
Martha Lorber
Pansy Maness
Hallie Manning
Irene Marcellus
Ilsa Marvenga
Pauline Mason
Beulah McFarland
Constance McLaughlin
Janet Megrew
Madge Merritt
Hilda Moreno
Polly Nally
Cora Neary
Jimmy Nervo
Al Ochs
Joe Opp
Olive Osborne
Elaine Palmer
Annie Patron
Ann Pennington
Serge Pernikoff
Elsa Peterson
Pearl Prosser
Jessie Reed
Anastasia Reilly
Frances Reveaux
Marion Rich
Addie Rolfe
Nellie Savage
Jack Scott
Gertrude Selden
J. J. Shannon
Al Shean
Marie Shelton
Grant Simpson
Beatrice Singleton
Nellie Smith
Kathryn Stoneburn
Muriel Stryker
The Follies Four
Tiller Girls
Irene Todd
Andrew Tombes
Brandon Tynan
Ruth Urban
Vangie Valentine
Miriam Vandergriff
Shirley Vernon
Vivian Vernon
Blossom Vreeland
Irene Wales
Marie Wallace
Betty Webb
Hazel Webb
Madlyn Wells
Fay West
West and McGinty
Edna Wheaton
Margie Whittington
Lois Wilde
Betty Williams
Elsie Woodall
Helen Lee Worthing
music by Victor Herbert,Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper; lyrics by Gene Buck
(Unless otherwise noted)

Hello! Hello! Hello!
My Melody
Throw Me a Kiss
Pep It Up
(Listening on Some) Radio
(music by Gene Buck)
Rambler Rose
A Kiss in the Dark (from Orange Blossoms)
(lyrics by Buddy DeSylva)
It's Getting Dark on Old Broadway
Some Sweet Days
Eddie (Steady)
(music by Charles Tobias and Eddie Cantor; lyrics by Charles Tobias and Eddie Cantor)
Oh! Gee, Oh! Gosh! Oh! Golly I'm In Love
(music by Ernest Breuer; lyrics by Chic Johnson and Ole Olsen)
If I Can't Get the Sweetie I Want (I Pity the Sweetie I Get)
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
My Mammy (from Sinbad)
(music by Walter Donaldson; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
My Girl Uses Mineralava (That's Why I'm Her Beau)
(music by Eddie Cantor; lyrics by Eddie Cantor)
Bring on the Girls
South Sea Moon
Weaving (My Dreams)
Songs I Can't Forget
Nobody But You
Come Along
(music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer)