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The Blue Paradise   

Casino Theatre, (8/05/1915 - circa. 5/1916)
44th Street Theatre, (5/29/1916 - circa. 6/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 05, 1915    
Closing Date: Jun 1916 Total Performances: 356

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and two acts
Setting: Vienna

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by Edmund Eysler; Lyrics by Herbert Reynolds; based on the operetta by Leo Stein and Bela Jenbch; Additional numbers by Leo Edwards and Sigmund Romberg; Additional lyrics by Blanche Merrill, Harold Atteridge and Cecil Lean; Additional music by Cecil Lean; Musical Director: Herbert Kerr
Choreographed by Ed Hutchinson; Staged by J. H. Benrimo
Scenic Design by J. H. Benrimo and Edward Sundquist; Costume Design by Josephs and Mme. Francis
Helen ArlingtonChorus
Walter ArminJosef Stransky
Betty BarclayCountess von Houssnan
William BeltonThe Meister
Second Porter
James BillingsAn Officer
A Tourist
Baron von Schlegan
Jack BirksonChorus
Monna BlanchardChorus
Carolyn BurkeA Lady
Baroness von Schlegan
Hattie BurksVera
Joan ButlinChorus
Bunty DavidsonChaperone
Countess von Schwartzkoff
Carrie De NovilleChorus
Page Boy
Mabel DeBahlulChorus
Frances DemarestMrs. Gladys Wynne
Joseph DillonDirector of Hotel
Ray DodgeChorus
Winnifred DunnChorus
Marie FinneyChorus
Lottie FranklynChorus
Bernard FritzeChorus
Marion GeorgeChorus
Rose GibsonChorus
Betty GrantChorus
Gertrude HarrisonBaroness von Hahn
Eugene HohenwartA Diner
Charles HollyHead Waiter
Kitty KerwinChorus
Cecil LeanRudolph Stoeger
Ted LorraineRudolph Oberdorher
Lucille MartinChorus
Cleo MayfieldHazel James
Richard MelbourneThird Tourist
Elsa MitchenerChorus
Mary MoriartyChorus
Gypsy O'BrienChorus
Prudence O'SheaChaperone
Robert G. PitkinHans Walther
Alice RandolphChorus
Josephine RayChorus
Stanley RayburnChorus
Nat SandersChorus
Mona SartorisChorus
Otto SchraderFranz
Head Porter
Vivienne Segal
Broadway debut
Sydelle SeitChorus
Ruby SimpsonChorus
Edward SmithChorus
Charles StarrChorus
Dick StewartChorus
Charles TownshendChorus
Camille TruesdaleChorus
Frank WayneSecond Tourist
Teddy WebbJustus Hampel
Charles WestonChorus
Alta YoungChorus
music by Edmund Eysler; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
A Toast to Women's Eyes
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Here's to You, My Sparkling Wine
(music by Leo Edwards; lyrics by Blanche Merrill)
Rudolph Stoeger, Hans Walther, Justus Hampel and Josef Stransky
To Paradise We'll Gaily TripRudolph Stoeger, Hans Walther, Justus Hampel, Josef Stransky and Chorus
Auf Wiedersehn
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Rudolph Stoeger and Gaby
ACT 2 Sung By
We Wish You a Pleasant Journey
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Tourists, Guests, and Attaches
There's Only One Who Rules My HouseJustus Hampel, Mizzi and Rudolph Oberdorher
Vienna, ViennaRudolph Stoeger, Hans Walther, Rudolph Oberdorher and Justus Hampel
I'm from Chicago
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Mrs. Gladys Wynne and Chaperones
If Central Should Talk in Her SleepRudolph Stoeger
Just Win a Pretty WidowRudolph Stoeger, Mrs. Gladys Wynne and Ensemble
One Step into Love
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Mrs. Gladys Wynne and Hans Walther
Vienna, How D'ye DoRudolph Stoeger and Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Why Are We Invited Here?
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Old Blue ParadiseEnsemble
I Had a Dog
(music by Leo Edwards)
Rudolph Oberdorher and Justus Hampel
Folk Song and Yodel
(music by Leo Edwards)
Mrs. Gladys Wynne
Waltz of the SeasonRudolph Oberdorher and Vera
My Model Girl
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Harold Atteridge)
Hazel James and Hans Walther
(The Tune) They Croon in the U.S.A.
(music by Cecil Lean; lyrics by Cecil Lean)
Rudolph Stoeger and Dancers
I'm Dreaming of a Wonderful NightRudolph Stoeger and Mrs. Gladys Wynne
Auf Wiedersehn
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Rudolph Stoeger and Mizzi