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Daffy Dill   

Apollo Theatre , (8/22/1922 - 10/21/1922)
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Opening Date:Aug 22, 1922   
Closing Date:Oct 21, 1922 Total Performances:71

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Down Town, New York and California

Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein
Music by Herbert P. Stothart; Book by Guy Bolton and Oscar Hammerstein II; Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; Musical Director: Herbert P. Stothart; Additional lyrics by Kenneth Keith
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire; Scenic Design by Clifford Pember
Bernice Ackerman Ensemble
Irene Anderson Ensemble
Violet Andrews Ensemble
Lynn Berry Lucy's Grandpa in 1867
Marjorie Clements Ensemble
Grace Culbert Ensemble
Eleanor Dell Ensemble
Yvette DuBois Ensemble
Frances Grant Specialty Dancer
Rollin Grimes Jr. Harry Jones
Mary Haun Specialty Dancer
Jessie Howe Ensemble
Jacquelyn Hunter Lucy's Grandma in 1867
Elizabeth Keene Specialty Dancer
Margaret Keene Specialty Dancer
Victor Kenfield Ensemble
Ethel Kinley Ensemble
Grace La Rue Ensemble
Violet Lobell Ensemble
Genevieve Markam Teacher
Harry Mayo Dan Brown
Carolyn Maywood Ensemble
Alfred Milano Ensemble
Harry Miller Ensemble
Benjamin Mulvey School Inspector
Fern Oakley Ensemble
Beatrice O'Connor Ensemble
Irene Olsen Lucy Brown
Georgia O'Ramey Gertie
Marion Phillips Ensemble
Frederick Renoff Specialty Dancer
Guy Robertson Kenneth Hobson
Harry Rocca Ensemble
Marius Rogate Ensemble
Galdino Sedano Specialty Dancer
Peggy Stohl Ensemble
Marion Sunshine Estelle
Frank Tinney Frank Tinney
Charles Townshend Ensemble
Samuel Vean Ensemble
Joan Warner Ensemble
Imogene Wilson Lucy's Mother in 1899
Ted Wing Specialty Dancer
music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Let's Play Hookey/ Kindergarten Blues Estelle and Girls
Prince Charming Lucy Brown
Cinderella Meets the Prince Lucy Brown and Specialty Dancers
Two Little Ruby Rings Lucy Brown, Kenneth Hobson and Dan Brown
My Boy Friend Estelle and Chorus
I'm Fresh from the Country Gertie and Chorus
I'll Build a Bungalow Frank Tinney, Gertie, Kenneth Hobson and Lucy Brown
A Coachman's Heart Frank Tinney and Estelle
Fair Enough Kenneth Hobson, Harry Jones, Dan Brown, Specialty Dancers and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
My Lucky Redskin Estelle, Specialty Dancers, Girls and Ensemble
(lyrics by Kenneth Keith)
Gertie and Chorus
Pianologue Frank Tinney and Ensemble
Captain Kidd's Kids Dan Brown, Estelle, Specialty Dancers and Chorus