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Gay Paree [1926]   

Winter Garden Theatre , (11/09/1926 - 4/09/1927)
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Opening Date:Nov 09, 1926   
Closing Date:Apr 09, 1927 Total Performances:192

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

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Alberta Nichols, Maurie Rubens and J. Fred Coots; Lyrics by Mann Holiner, Clifford Grey and J. Fred Coots; Dialogue by Harold Atteridge; Musical Director: Harry Nieman; Additional music by Guy Massey and Powers Gouraud; Additional lyrics by Guy Massey and Powers Gouraud
Entire Production Under the Personal Direction of J. J. Shubert; Staged by J. C. Huffman; Ensembles and Dances Staged and Conceived by Seymour Felix; Dialogue Staged by Charles Judels
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt and Rollo Wayne; Costume Design by Max Weldy and Ernest Schrapps
Newton Alexander
Jane Aubert
Richard Bold
Alice Boulden
Chester Bree
Margie Finley
Chester Fredericks
Frank Gaby
Jack Haley
Max Hoffmann, Jr.
Ben Holmes
Douglas Leavitt
Winnie Lightner
Mary Milburn
William Montgomery
Charles "Chic" Sale
William Stamm
Helen Wehrle
Lorraine Weimar
Al Wohlman
Myrtle Allen Gay Paree Girl
Julia Barker Show Girl
Barbara Barondess Show Girl
Eva Belmont Gay Paree Girl
Jean Block Gay Paree Girl
Frances Blythe Show Girl
Ceceile Bodenham Gay Paree Girl
Beverly Booth Gay Paree Girl
Peggy Brown Gay Paree Girl
Adelaide Candee Gay Paree Girl
Grace Candee Gay Paree Girl
Sylvia Carroll Gay Paree Girl
Jean Caselton Gay Paree Girl
Lucita Cavara
Azeada Charkouie Show Girl
Gloria Christy Show Girl
Mary Coyle Gay Paree Girl
Christine Ecklund Show Girl
Mildred Espy Gay Paree Girl
Loretta Flushing Gay Paree Girl
Helene Frederic Show Girl
Peggy Gillespie Gay Paree Girl
Miriam Grace Gay Paree Girl
Shirley Gustin Gay Paree Girl
Thalie Hamilton Show Girl
Margaret Hollis Gay Paree Girl
Edith Humphrey Gay Paree Girl
Dorothy Kane Gay Paree Girl
Mattie Kay Gay Paree Girl
Margaret Kennedy Gay Paree Girl
Naan Lane Show Girl
Betty Lawrence Gay Paree Girl
Betty Leighton Gay Paree Girl
Babe Loris Gay Paree Girl
Neva Lynn Show Girl
Madelaine Maine Gay Paree Girl
Rosaline McCallion Gay Paree Girl
Peggy McCoy Gay Paree Girl
Elena Meade Show Girl
Nydra Miller Gay Paree Girl
Margaret Moore Gay Paree Girl
Virginia Moore Gay Paree Girl
Jola Moreno Gay Paree Girl
Maxine Morton Show Girl
Dotty Nadetta Gay Paree Girl
Gladys Nagle Gay Paree Girl
Leona Newell Show Girl
Mabel Olson Gay Paree Girl
Dorothy Palmer Gay Paree Girl
Olive Pearson Gay Paree Girl
Stephanie Peters Gay Paree Girl
Agatha Phillips Show Girl
Mary Phillips Gay Paree Girl
Dick Rath
George Rath
Raquel Rhu Gay Paree Girl
Mae Russel Gay Paree Girl
Elizabeth Ryder Gay Paree Girl
Irene Schroeder Show Girl
Muriel Seely Show Girl
Cavenda Stanislaw Gay Paree Girl
Dolly Thain Show Girl
Marjorie Thomas Gay Paree Girl
Katrina Trask Show Girl
Dorothy Vance Show Girl
Dorothy Varick Gay Paree Girl
Emile Verdi Gay Paree Girl
Jean West Gay Paree Girl
Leanara Wilder Show Girl
Rosalind Wishon Show Girl
Grace Wright Gay Paree Girl
music by Alberta Nichols, J. Fred Coots and Maurie Rubens; lyrics by Mann Holiner and Clifford Grey
(Unless otherwise noted)

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