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Casino Theatre, (3/28/1921 - 4/16/1921)
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Opening Date: Mar 28, 1921    
Closing Date: Apr 16, 1921 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Mrs. Hollistar's Malba-on-the-Sound, Long Island; Office of the Spencer Land & Realty Company, Fairhaven, Long Island.

Production Staff
Produced by William Moore Patach
Book by Augustin MacHugh and Douglas Leavitt; Lyrics by Edward Paulton, Harry Clarke and John L. McManus; Musical Director: John L. McManus; Music by Manuel Klein
Staged by Frank M. Stammers; Choreographed by David Bennett
Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Costume Design by Almerin Gowing
Jack AndrewsEnsemble
Pamelia BradfordEnsemble
Norma BrownLotta DeVere
Marcia ByronEnsemble
George CarpentierEnsemble
Susanne ChaseEnsemble
Jack ClublyEnsemble
Royal CutterSheriff McCabe
Claire DanielsEnsemble
Madeleine DareSuzanne
Thomas DawberEnsemble
Gladys DoreEnsemble
Florence EarleMrs. Van Lando Hollistar
Peggy EllisEnsemble
Lorraine GarrisonEnsemble
Ray GeorgeFreddy Oliver
Almerin GowingEnsemble
Marjory GrantEnsemble
Ruby HartEnsemble
Florence HopeHortense Gessitt
Charles KingNed Spencer
May Cory KitchenRussian Dancer
Douglas LeavittDick Dayton
Harry LevoyEnsemble
Violet LobellEnsemble
Ruth Mary LockwoodEthel Hollistar
Belle MaycliffEnsemble
Patricia MayerEnsemble
Frank MichelA Collector
Leonard MooneyEnsemble
Lawrence NewEnsemble
Betty PierceHarriet Hollistar
Phylis ReidEnsemble
Susanna RossiRussian Dancer
Albert SackettCol. Stephen Forrest
Dorothy SelfridgeEnsemble
Harry ShortJim Duke
Thea ThompsonEnsemble
music by John L. McManus and Manuel Klein; lyrics by Harry Clarke and Edward A. Paulton
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I Will, I Won'tEthel Hollistar, Freddy Oliver and Ensemble
(lyrics by John L. McManus)
Dick Dayton and Ned Spencer
Love Me
(music by Ray Perkins; lyrics by Ray Perkins)
Ned Spencer
ACT 2 Sung By
I Want a BungalowRussian Dancers and Ensemble
When I Dance AloneHortense Gessitt, Jim Duke and Ensemble
Bee-Deedle Dee-Dum DeyLotta DeVere, Ensemble and Russian Dancers
Castles in the Air
(lyrics by Harry Clarke and John L. McManus)
Ned Spencer and Harriet Hollistar
A Country WifeHarriet Hollistar and Ensemble
I Want a HomeEthel Hollistar, Dick Dayton and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
Dream GirlHarriet Hollistar and Ensemble
After My Ship Comes InNed Spencer and Girls
I'll Tell the WorldEthel Hollistar and Dick Dayton
Those Oriental BluesLotta DeVere, Hortense Gessitt, Russian Dancers and Ensemble