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Spice of 1922   

 
Winter Garden Theatre , (7/06/1922 - 9/09/1922)
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Opening Date:Jul 06, 1922   
Closing Date:Sep 09, 1922 Total Performances:85

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Revue in Two Acts, 32 Scenes



ACT 1
Society
(music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by McElbert Moore)
My Lady Silhouette
(music by Owen Murphy; lyrics by Owen Murphy)
I'm in Love With You
(music by Kenneth Keith; lyrics by Arman Kaliz)
Llamala
(music by William J. Lewis; lyrics by Guy Nankwill)
The Swanee Sway
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Jack Stanley)
Egyptian Melange
(music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by Jack Stanley and James F. Hanley)
Angel Child
(music by Abner Silver; lyrics by Benny Davis and Georgie Price)
I'll Stand Beneath Your Window Tonight (and Whistle)
(music by Jerry Benson, Jimmy McHugh and Georgie Price; lyrics by Jerry Benson, Jimmy McHugh and Georgie Price)
Love Tunes
(music by Georgie Price and Sam Hearn; lyrics by Georgie Price and Sam Hearn)
Yankee Doodle Blues
(music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Buddy DeSylva and Irving Caesar)
Lovin' Sam (The Sheik of Alabam)
(music by Milton Ager; lyrics by Jack Yellen)
Two Little Wooden Shoes (Conceived by Allan K. Foster)
(music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by Jack Stanley)
ACT 2
Burglar Inn
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Ed Moran)
(In) My Little Red Book
(music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by McElbert Moore)
A Little Side Street in Paree
(music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by Jack Stanley)
A Girl from the Golden West
(music by J. Fred Coots; lyrics by McElbert Moore)
Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (from STRUT MISS LIZZIE)
(music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer)
Strut Miss Lizzie (from ZIGFELD FOLLIES OF 1921, STRUT MISS LIZZIE)
(music by J. Turner Layton; lyrics by Henry Creamer)
An Old Fashioned Cakewalk
(music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by Jack Stanley)