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A Little Racketeer   

44th Street Theatre, (1/18/1932 - 2/27/1932)
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Opening Date: Jan 18, 1932    
Closing Date: Feb 27, 1932 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: In and around the Central Park Casino and Dick's apartment

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Haskell Brown; Book by Harry Clarke; from the German of F. Kalbfuss and R. Wilde; Lyrics by Edward Eliscu; Additional music by Dmitri Tiomkin; Musical Director: Maury Rubens; Featuring songs by Lee Wainer and Berenece Kazounoff; Featuring songs with lyrics by Earle Crooker, Moe Jaffe and Lupin Fein
Directed by William Caryl; Choreographed by Jack Donohue and Albertina Rasch
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps and Alison McLellan Hunter
Joan AbbeyDancer
Eleanor ArdenShow Girl
Julia BarkerShow Girl
Al BerlGentleman
Jimmy CorkeGentleman
Marjorie CraneDancer
George Del RigoHead Waiter
Dorothy DrumShow Girl
Madelyn EubanksDancer
John GarrickDick Barrison
Marion GillonShow Girl
Inez GoetzDancer
Snookie GordonDancer
Bobby HamiltonShow Girl
Kai HansenGentleman
Hamtree HarringtonHenry
Grace HayesEthel Pierson
Walter JohnsonGrayson
Billy JoyDancer
William KentJay Slump
Stanley LedmanGentleman
Ned LynnGentleman
George MarshallFrank Leave
Khalil Oglou MaziniThe Ghost Priest
Gertrude MedwinDancer
Steve MikolGentleman
Barbara NewberryAlberta Lawrence
Harold OfferGentleman
Martha PacinaDancer
John PerkinsMr. Knoblock
Agatha PhillipsShow Girl
Carl RandallDonnie Parker
Evelyn ReideMay
Marty RhieleGentleman
Jerry RogersShow Girl
Kay SimmonsFlossie
Queenie SmithDixie
Leone SousaShow Girl
Elsie St. ClairDancer
Daniel J. SullivanDonovan
Colleen WardDancer
Lorraine WeimarMrs. Amanda Snook
Betty WonderSpecialty Dancer
Tommy WonderSpecialty Dancer
Yo-Hay-TongYo Hay Tong
music by Haskell Brown; lyrics by Edward Eliscu
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Night Club NightsEntire Ensemble
Thanks to You
(music by Berenece Kazounoff; lyrics by Earle Crooker)
Donnie Parker and Alberta Lawrence
Dou DouDick Barrison and Frank Leave
Blow, GabrielEthel Pierson and Ensemble
Mr. Moon
(music by Lee Wainer; lyrics by Lupin Fein and Moe Jaffe)
Dick Barrison and Ethel Pierson
When That Band PlaysDixie and Albertina Rasch Dancers
Southern Belles
(music by Dmitri Tiomkin)
Throwing a PartyJay Slump and Girls
You and I Could Be Just Like ThatDixie and Dick Barrison
(music by Dmitri Tiomkin)
Donnie Parker, Alberta Lawrence, Albertina Rasch Dancers and Ensemble
Danger If I Love YouDixie and Dick Barrison
I Have a Run in My StockingDixie and Albertina Rasch Dancers
ACT 2 Sung By
You've Got to Sell YourselfDonnie Parker and Entire Ensemble
Spring Tra La
(music by Lee Wainer; lyrics by Lupin Fein and Moe Jaffe)
Jay Slump and Mrs. Amanda Snook
What Great Big Eyes You HaveFrank Leave, Dancing Girls and Boys
Starry Sky
(music by Dmitri Tiomkin)
Dick Barrison and Albertina Rasch Dancers
SrimpiYo Hay Tong and The Ghost Priest