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Three Showers   

Harris Theatre, (4/05/1920 - circa. 4/1920)
Plymouth Theatre, (4/26/1920 - 5/15/1920)
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Opening Date: Apr 05, 1920    
Closing Date: May 15, 1920 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: "Longview," Col. White's Farm, Somewhere in Virginia

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Coburn and Mrs. Charles Coburn
Music by J. Turner Layton; Book by William Carey Duncan; Lyrics by Henry Creamer; Musical Director: Ivan Rudisill; Music orchestrated by Will Vodery
Directed by Oscar Eagle; Musical Staging by Edward P. Bower
Costume Design by Irma Campbell and Finchley; Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange
H. M. ArdenWard Allan Yancy
Richard CooperLincoln Brown
Wilbur Cox"Worthless" Akers
Ralph DerstClarence Melton
Margaret FitchMaria Allan Morgan
Charles B. FosterHarrison Green
Paul FrawleyPeter Fitzhugh
Russell GriswoldWilliam Henry Fish
Frances HallidayLida Belle Norwood
Lulu Mae HubbardMary Love Burgess
Norman JeffersonBruce Payne
William Winter JeffersonHudson Gatling
Andrew J. Lawlor, Jr.Willie Mobberly
Daisy MacGlashanPatsy Ann Pritchard
Mildred MasonSally May Blaine
James McKenzieRobinson Tucker
Edna MornRay White
Arthur PorterJackson Gray
Carl RoseByron Habersham
Vera RossAnna Mobberly
Alfred SieglerStuart Thompson
Frank SlaterNorman Castleman
Lynn StarlingRastus Redmond Reynolds
Ruth UrbanVirginia May Gordon
Lillian WagnerAlice Dean Lowe
Henry WardKinsey McAllister
Anna WheatonRoberta Lee White
Walter WilsonCol. John White
Doris WingrovePenelope Dangerfield
music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer
ACT 1 Sung By
Open Your HeartRoberta Lee White ("Bob")
One of the BoysRoberta Lee White ("Bob") and Ensemble
B. Is the NoteRastus Redmond Reynolds ("Red") and Willie Mobberly
It Must Be LovePeter Fitzhugh and Roberta Lee White ("Bob")
I'll Have My WayCol. John White
Love Me, Sweetheart MineAnna Mobberly
Where Is the Love?Peter Fitzhugh, Roberta Lee White ("Bob") and Ensemble
Open Your HeartPeter Fitzhugh, Roberta Lee White ("Bob") and Ensemble
Love Me, Sweetheart MineRoberta Lee White ("Bob") and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
PussyfootRay White and Ensemble
If, And, and ButRoberta Lee White ("Bob")
How Wonderful You ArePeter Fitzhugh and Roberta Lee White ("Bob")
He Raised Everybody's Rent but Katie'sRastus Redmond Reynolds ("Red") and Quartette
There's a Way OutDouble Octette
The Old Love Is the True LoveAnna Mobberly and Ensemble
Dancing Tumble TomRoberta Lee White ("Bob") and Ensemble