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The Half Moon   

Liberty Theatre, (11/01/1920 - 12/11/1920)
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Opening Date: Nov 01, 1920    
Closing Date: Dec 11, 1920 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Garden of Mrs. Hobson's House; Mrs. Adams', Brookline, Massachusetts; Lower Fifth Avenue, New York City.

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Klaw & Erlanger; Theatre Manager: J. W. Mayer
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by William Le Baron; Lyrics by William Le Baron; Music by Victor Jacobi; Musical Director: Harold Vicars
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Costume Design by Lichtenstein's; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle
General Manager: Ollie Alger
Stage Manager: William Leith
Scenery Painted by Dodge and Castle
Joseph CawthornHenry Hudson Hobson
Helen AllanEnsemble
Ruth AppletonEnsemble
Pearl BennettEnsemble
Sophie BrennerEnsemble
Caroline BurkeEnsemble
Sally ChesterEnsemble
Lucille ConboyEnsemble
Daisy DanielsEnsemble
Lucille DarlingEnsemble
Maude EburneMaggie Green
Mary EllisonEnsemble
Sallie EverettEnsemble
Isabel FalconerEnsemble
Jean FarrellEnsemble
William IngersollJohn Copley Adams
Doris LandyEnsemble
Charles LawrenceJoe Beckett
Betty MackEnsemble
May MorrisEnsemble
Lorraine NelsonEnsemble
Madeline O'BrienEnsemble
Edna May OliverMrs. Francis Adams Jarvis
Elaine PalmerEstelle
Peggy ParmaleeEnsemble
Betty RaedelEnsemble
Bobbie RaitEnsemble
Mignon ReedEnsemble
Joseph SantleyCharlie Hobson
Ivy SawyerGrace Bolton
Oscar ShawBradford Adams
Virginia ShelbyAnne
Peggy SmithEnsemble
Herbert SparlingHarkins
May ThompsonMary Bolton
Rose TimponiEnsemble
Edna WheatonEnsemble
music by Victor Jacobi; lyrics by William Le Baron
ACT 1 Sung By
Innocent GirlsGrace Bolton and Girls
The Girls Along Fifth AvenueCharlie Hobson, Bradford Adams and Girls
When You SmileHenry Hudson Hobson and Girls
The Little BookGrace Bolton, Mary Bolton, Charlie Hobson and Bradford Adams
ACT 2 Sung By
The Dancing BandGrace Bolton, Mary Bolton, Charlie Hobson, Bradford Adams and Girls
Deep in Your EyesGrace Bolton and Charlie Hobson
What's the Matter with Women Now?Henry Hudson Hobson
Half Moon!Mary Bolton, Bradford Adams and Estelle
SerenadeBradford Adams
ACT 3 Sung By
Days That Used To BeCharlie Hobson and Bradford Adams
Stay AwhileGrace Bolton, Mary Bolton, Charlie Hobson and Bradford Adams