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Atta Boy   

Lexington Theatre , (12/23/1918 - 1/11/1919)
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Opening Date:Dec 23, 1918   
Closing Date:Jan 11, 1919 Total Performances:24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical in Two Acts and 6 Scenes
Setting: The Millinery Shop of Madame Sherri, the Post Exchange, and the Trench

Production Staff
Produced by Soldiers of The Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; Produced with permission of William A. Phillips
Book by Andre Sherri; Lyrics by Andre Sherri; Additional numbers by Ballard MacDonald and Nat Osborne; Musical Director: Nat Osborne, P. O. Potts and Arthur Guttman
Staged by Jack Mason
Costume Design by Andre Sherri; Scenic Design by Charles LeMaire
John Castle Chorus
Sam Cella Right Reverend Tweedledum
Isadore Cion Chorus
Harold Cogley Chorus
J.M. Cohan Mr. Marshall
Frank Cox Chorus
Edward Dawson Chorus
LeRoy Dontigne Chorus
James Duffy The Music Master
Maurice J. Dunn Chorus
Irving H. Engber Chorus
Thomas Fairclough Andre Sherri
Edward A. Fennell Chorus
Harry A. Foster Chorus
George Gaunder Madame Sherri
Robert B. Goodwin Chorus
B. Grinnel Pierre Poux Poux
George Gunn Nanette
John F. Hughes Chorus
John J. Hughes Chorus
Oliver Hunter Babette
Walter J. Johnson Chorus
James Kearns Chorus
I. Leonard Kunis Chorus
Joseph P. Lavelle Chorus
Frank J. Lawlor Chorus
Carl Limon Chorus
Harry Mahan Chorus
Marty Maley Hiram Hicks
Paul R. Maley Chorus
Terry J. McHugh Chorus
William K. Means Florizell Flushing Hicks
Walter Miller Chorus
Albert R. Morgan Chorus
Howard M. Perrin Chorus
William W. Richards Chorus
Murry Rosenfeld Chorus
George Ross Chorus
Michael K. Schappert Chorus
John J. Shea Chorus
Valentine V. Simon Chorus
Earl Spencer Annie
Isadore Sunberg Chorus
Fred Sweeney The Music Master
Thomas F. Swick Chorus
Frank Tinney Himself
Guido Vogel Chorus
John Voll Chorus
Edward A. Walker Chorus
lyrics by Andre Sherri
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Elephant Skid Madame Sherri and Chorus
Hold Me in Your Arms Andre Sherri and Chorus
I Love Her and She Loves Me Hiram Hicks and Florizell Flushing Hicks
Strolling 'round the Camp with Mary
(music by Nat Osborne; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
The Music Masters
Ragtime Wedding Andre Sherri, Nanette, Right Reverend Tweedledum and Chorus
The Worst Is Yet to Come Florizell Flushing Hicks
The Stars in the Service Flag Andre Sherri and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
Angel Child Annie, Babette and Chorus