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Earl Carroll's Vanities [1923]   

Earl Carroll Theatre, (7/05/1923 - 12/29/1923)
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Opening Date: Jul 05, 1923    
Closing Date: Dec 29, 1923 Total Performances: 204

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

Production Staff
Produced by Earl Carroll
Music by Earl Carroll; Lyrics by Earl Carroll; Musical Director: William Daly; Music orchestrated by Arthur Lange
Staged by William Collier; Choreographed by Sammy Lee; Ballet by Frederick Renoff
Scenic Design by R. Reid Macguire; Costume Design by Paul Arlington
Joe CookPerformer
Thelma AddisonChorus
Charles AlexanderPerformer
Florence AmesChorus
Abner BarnhartChorus
Billy BlytheChorus
Olga BorowskaChorus
Graham BrewerChorus
Violet BristowChorus
Ethel BryantChorus
Harry BurnsPerformer
Callahan BoysPerformer
Mary CarneyChorus
Jean CaswellChorus
Sarah CavaisChorus
Lota CheeckChorus
Al ClairChorus
Albert ColemanChorus
Alden CookeChorus
Alan DaleChorus
Margaret DaviesPerformer
Al DavisChorus
Delmore and LeePerformer
Thelma DeLorezChorus
Carlena DiamondPerformer
Eddie DowlingChorus
Jimmy DuffyPerformer
Bernice ElenChorus
Claire ElginPerformer
Vera FeatherlyChorus
Betty FitchChorus
Amy FrankPerformer
Frances FrostChorus
Florence GillinghamChorus
Roy GiustiPerformer
Myrtle GlennChorus
Bernard GranvillePerformer
Bennet GreenChorus
Brooks HallChorus
Ruth HargravesChorus
Dolla HarkinsChorus
Carlos HatvaryChorus
Sam HermannPerformer
Harry HowellChorus
Jean HuntingtonChorus
Gladys JonesChorus
Peggy Hopkins JoycePerformer
Dorothy KnappPerformer
Mr. LashlyPerformer
Gertrude LemmonPerformer
J. Frank LesliePerformer
Emily LorraineChorus
Polly LuxChorus
Muriel MannersChorus
Russell MarkertChorus
Loretta MarksPerformer
George McCormickChorus
Margaret McKayChorus
Helen MenetteChorus
Marjorie MillerChorus
Babette MitchellChorus
Mae MitchellChorus
Lucille MooreChorus
Poppy MortonChorus
Dennis MurrayChorus
Elsie NealChorus
Dorothy NevillePerformer
Alfred OakleyChorus
Richard OakleyChorus
William O'RourkeChorus
Lester OstranderChorus
Edith ParkerChorus
Jack PattonPerformer
Cardinal PiearoChorus
Charlotte PleshetteChorus
Lucille PryorChorus
Pat QuintenChorus
Renoff & RenovaPerformer
Irene RicardoPerformer
Amy RivereChorus
Sunny SaundersChorus
Charles SennaPerformer
Daniel SparksChorus
Robert SpencerChorus
Rose StoneChorus
Lillian SutherlandChorus
Florence TempestChorus
Al ThomasPerformer
Jean WatsonChorus
George WestChorus
Flo WhiteChorus
Hazel WilderChorus
Harry WilliamsChorus
Tracy WoodChorus
Betty WrightChorus
Patricia WrightChorus
Mr. WyattPerformer
Marion YouronChorus
music by Earl Carroll; lyrics by Earl Carroll
(Unless otherwise noted)

The Birth of a New Revue
Girls Were Made For Dancing
A Suggestion of 1851
The Band Plays Home Sweet Home
Pretty Peggy
My Cretonne Girl
Get in a Bathing Suit
Spring Voices
(Chasing) Little Rainbows
Whoa Pagliacci
A Girl Is Like Sunshine
(music by William Daly and Russell J. Robinson; lyrics by Roy Turk)
Fine Feathers
Mr. Wagner's Wedding March