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Leave It to Jane   

 
Longacre Theatre , (8/28/1917 - 1/19/1918)
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Opening Date:Aug 28, 1917   
Closing Date:Jan 19, 1918 Total Performances:167

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Atwater College


Production Staff
Produced by William Elliott, F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest
Book by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse; Music by Jerome Kern; Lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse; from "The College Widow" by George Ade; Musical Director: John McGhie; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler
Staged by Edward Royce; Choreographed by David Bennett
Scenic Design by D. M. Aiken; Costume Design by Harry Collins, Finchley and Spaulding
Cast
Frances Burns Josephine Barclay
Jane Carroll Sally Cameron
D.E. Charles Dick McAllister
Arline Chase Louella Banks
Dan Collyer Matty McGowan
Will C. Crimans Hiram Bolton
Lillian Cullen Bertha Tyson
Rudolf Cutten Ollie Mitchell
Thomas Delmar Silent Murphy
Harry Forbes Jimsey Hopper
Frederic Graham Peter Witherspoon
Algernon Grieg Howard Talbot
Edith Hallor Jane Witherspoon
Olin Howland Harold Bub Hicks
Allan Kelly Honorable Elam Hicks
Marie King Martha Abbott
Catherine Mack Cora Jenks
Tess Mayer Cissie Summers
Georgia O'Ramey Flora Wiggins
Anna Orr Bessie Tanner
Robert G. Pitkin Billy Bolton
Helen Rich Marion Mooney
Oscar Shaw Stub Talmadge
music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse
ACT 1Sung By
Good Old Atwater Male Ensemble
A Peach of a Life Stub Talmadge and Bessie Tanner
Wait 'Till Tomorrow Jane Witherspoon and Boys
(Just You) Watch My Step Stub Talmadge, Louella Banks and Girls
Leave It to Jane Jane Witherspoon, Stub Talmadge, Bessie Tanner and Girls
The Crickets Are Calling Jane Witherspoon and Billy Bolton
When the Orchestra's Playing Your Favorite Waltz (There it is Again) Billy Bolton and Town Girls
Cleopatterer Flora Wiggins
Something to Say Jane Witherspoon and Billy Bolton
ACT 2Sung By
Football Song Bessie Tanner and Ensemble
The Days of Chivalry Stub Talmadge, Flora Wiggins and Harold Bub Hicks
Football Song (Reprise)Ensemble
The Sun Shines Brighter (I'm So Happy) Bessie Tanner and Stub Talmadge
The Siren's Song Jane Witherspoon, Bessie Tanner and Girls
I'm Going to Find a Girl (Someday) Stub Talmadge, Harold Bub Hicks, Ollie Mitchell, Louella Banks, Marion Mooney and Cissie Summers