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Dew Drop Inn   

Astor Theatre, (5/17/1923 - 6/30/1923)
Astor Theatre, (7/30/1923 - 8/25/1923)
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Opening Date: May 17, 1923    
Closing Date: Aug 25, 1923 Total Performances: 83

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: On the terrace and in the Garden in the moonlight at a Hotel on the shore of a Southern California Seaside Resort

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Alfred Goodman; Book by Walter De Leon and Edward Delaney Dunn; Lyrics by Cyrus Wood; Featuring songs by Rudolf Friml, J. Fred Coots and Jean Schwartz; Featuring songs with lyrics by McElbert Moore; Ensemble music by Sigmund Romberg; Musical Director: Alfred Newman
Staged under the supervision of J. J. Shubert; Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by Francis Weldon
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Paul Arlington and Vanity Fair Costumes Inc.
Margaret AthertonFrances Moore
James BartonAnanias Washington
Alice BradyMarion Stanley
George BrownEnsemble
Lester BrownEnsemble
Jean CarrollMaid
Evelyn CavanaughEdith Tobber
Spencer ChartersJoseph Higgins
Harry ClarkJack Newton
Danny DareBell Boy
Billie DavisEnsemble
Gladys DavisEnsemble
Dorothy DeaneEnsemble
Richard DoreM. Dupont
Bernard DruceEnsemble
Millie DupreeEnsemble
Grace EllsworthGrace MacDonald
Harry EllsworthHarry MacDonald
Bob GebhardtEnsemble
Dale GrigsbyEnsemble
Raymond HallEnsemble
Sylvia HightonNurse
Frank HillReggie Murray
Claire HodgsonEnsemble
Julia Kinsey
William HoldenJ.P. Rocksly
Robert HollidayBobbie Smith
Ben JacklowFrank Maxwell
Thelma JohnsEnsemble
Bobby KaneEnsemble
Lee KelsoEnsemble
Bell Boy Number 2
Mary KissellEnsemble
Katherine ManionEnsemble
Rena MillerEnsemble
Margaret MorrisEleanor Jordan
Felicia MurelleEnsemble
Helen O'BrienEnsemble
Hal PeelEnsemble
Mary RobsonMadame Le Cordez
Helen RogierEnsemble
Harry RosedaleStephen Andrews
Jack SquireRonald Curtis
Allen StevensEnsemble
Juliet StrahlEnsemble
Beatrice SwansonHope Rocksly
Marcella SwansonGrace Rocksly
Mabel WitheeViolet Gray
music by Alfred Goodman; lyrics by Cyrus Wood
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Pretty AnkleViolet Gray and Boys
We Two
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Bobbie Smith and Violet Gray
Porter! Porter!Ananias Washington and Ensemble
The Struttinest StrutterAnanias Washington
A Girl May as Well Marry WellEdith Tobber, Ronald Curtis and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
The Primrose PathBobbie Smith, Edith Tobber, Ronald Curtis, Grace MacDonald, Hope Rocksly, Madame Le Cordez, Jack Newton, Reggie Murray, Bell Boy and Ensemble
Goodbye Forever
(music by Alfred Goodman and Rudolf Friml)
Bobbie Smith and Violet Gray
Moonlight WaltzEdith Tobber and M. Dupont
(music by J. Fred Coots and Jean Schwartz; lyrics by McElbert Moore)
Violet Gray and Boys
You Can't Experiment on MeAnanias Washington
I'm a Flapper
(music by J. Fred Coots and Jean Schwartz; lyrics by McElbert Moore)
Edith Tobber, Ronald Curtis, Jack Newton, Hope Rocksly, Bell Boy, Bell Boy Number 2 and Maids