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Nina Rosa   

Majestic Theatre, (9/20/1930 - 1/17/1931)
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Opening Date: Sep 20, 1930    
Closing Date: Jan 17, 1931 Total Performances: 137

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Near Cuzco, Peru, South America

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sigmund Romberg; Book by Otto Harbach; Lyrics by Irving Caesar; Musical Director: Max Meth; Music orchestrated by Hans Spialek; Additional lyrics by Otto Harbach
Directed by J. C. Huffman; Production Supervised by Jacob J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Orry Kelly
George AndersonBob Wilson
Marynia ApelEnsemble
Ruth BannonEnsemble
Don BarclaySilvers
Julia BarkerEnsemble
Kate BlackerEnsemble
Frances BlytheEnsemble
Nino BonomoEnsemble
Norman BroderickEnsemble
Emmita CasanovaEnsemble
Victor CasmoreChico
Zachary CaullyHarry
Leonard CeeleyPablo
Azeada CharkouieEnsemble
Clay ClementDon Fernando
Charles ColemanEnsemble
Sybil ComerEnta
Cortez and PeggyGaucho Dancer
Peter DadoukinEnsemble
Betty DairEnsemble
Betty DavisEnsemble
Margaret DeaneEnsemble
Wilbur DemarestEnsemble
Edwin DrakeGaucho
Richard DrakeEnsemble
James DuffusEnsemble
Lillian DuncanEnsemble
George EbertEnsemble
Billy FanningEnsemble
Carroll GodwinEnsemble
Zola GrayEnsemble
Vido GuidoEnsemble
Georgia GwynneEnsemble
George HemplemanEnsemble
Earl HoppeEnsemble
Frank HornTom
Alphonso IglesiasEnsemble
Ivan IzmailovEnsemble
Stanley JessupJohn Craig
Kalil-OglySpirit Dancer
Henrietta KellerEnsemble
Charles KinsellaEnsemble
George KirkDick
Evelyn KingDolores
Richard KochChinaman
Judy LaneMaca
A. LeadmanEnsemble
Norma LeylandPaca
Henrietta LivingstoneEnsemble
Marion MarchanteElinor Haines
Earl MasonEnsemble
James McClymontEnsemble
E. McIntyreEnsemble
Elaine MelchiorEnsemble
James MorganEnsemble
Mae MuthEnsemble
Joan NeilanEnsemble
Esther OrrEnsemble
Walter PalmGaucho
Giovanni PetroucciEnsemble
Florence PowellEnsemble
Rae PowellEnsemble
Guy RobertsonJack Haines
Alfred RussPeddler
Margaret SamsonEnsemble
Muriel SeelyEnsemble
Jack SheehanJimmy Blakeley
Elaine ShepardEnsemble
Arthur SingerGaucho
Katherine SkidmoreChoclo
Dorothy SnowdenEnsemble
Mona SoltisMona
Eleanora StandishEnsemble
Frances StevensEnsemble
Belle SylviaYana
Walter TaroneEnsemble
Louise TaylorEnsemble
Ethelind TerryNina Rosa Stradella
John TomneyRamido
Serge VinoEnsemble
Roy VitalisGaucho
Sunny WrightEnsemble
Yo-Hay-TongSpirit Dancer
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Irving Caesar
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Pay DayCorinna and Dancing Girls
Nina RosaJack Haines, Tom, Dick, Harry and Male Chorus
With the DawnNina Rosa Stradella
PayadorNina Rosa Stradella and Ensemble
The Secret in My LifeJimmy Blakeley and Dancing Girls
Your Smiles, Your TearsNina Rosa Stradella and Jack Haines
Serenade of LovePablo, Nina Rosa Stradella, Corinna and Ensemble
Pizarro Was a Very Narrow ManJimmy Blakeley and Elinor Haines
A Kiss I Must Refuse YouCorinna and Ensemble
LatigoGaucho Dancer and Chiquita
The Only One for MeJimmy Blakeley and Dancers
A Gaucho Love SongPablo and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
My First Love, My Last Love
(lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach)
Nina Rosa Stradella and Jack Haines