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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 Anderson Bob Wilson
Marynia Apel Ensemble
Armida Corinna
Ruth Bannon Ensemble
Don Barclay Silvers
Julia Barker Ensemble
Kate Blacker Ensemble
Frances Blythe Ensemble
Nino Bonomo Ensemble
Norman Broderick Ensemble
Emmita Casanova Ensemble
Victor Casmore Chico
Zachary Caully Harry
Leonard Ceeley Pablo
Azeada Charkouie Ensemble
Clay Clement Don Fernando
Charles Coleman Ensemble
Sybil Comer Enta
Cortez and Peggy Gaucho Dancer
Peter Dadoukin Ensemble
Betty Dair Ensemble
Betty Davis Ensemble
Margaret Deane Ensemble
Wilbur Demarest Ensemble
Edwin Drake Gaucho
Richard Drake Ensemble
James Duffus Ensemble
Lillian Duncan Ensemble
George Ebert Ensemble
Billy Fanning Ensemble
Carroll Godwin Ensemble
Zola Gray Ensemble
Vido Guido Ensemble
Georgia Gwynne Ensemble
George Hempleman Ensemble
Earl Hoppe Ensemble
Frank Horn Tom
Alphonso Iglesias Ensemble
Ivan Izmailov Ensemble
Stanley Jessup John Craig
Kalil-Ogly Spirit Dancer
Henrietta Keller Ensemble
Charles Kinsella Ensemble
George Kirk Dick
Evelyn King Dolores
Richard Koch Chinaman
Judy Lane Maca
A. Leadman Ensemble
Norma Leyland Paca
Henrietta Livingstone Ensemble
Marion Marchante Elinor Haines
Earl Mason Ensemble
James McClymont Ensemble
E. McIntyre Ensemble
Elaine Melchior Ensemble
James Morgan Ensemble
Mae Muth Ensemble
Joan Neilan Ensemble
Esther Orr Ensemble
Walter Palm Gaucho
Giovanni Petroucci Ensemble
Florence Powell Ensemble
Rae Powell Ensemble
Guy Robertson Jack Haines
Alfred Russ Peddler
Margaret Samson Ensemble
Muriel Seely Ensemble
Jack Sheehan Jimmy Blakeley
Elaine Shepard Ensemble
Arthur Singer Gaucho
Katherine Skidmore Choclo
Dorothy Snowden Ensemble
Mona Soltis Mona
Eleanora Standish Ensemble
Frances Stevens Ensemble
Belle Sylvia Yana
Walter Tarone Ensemble
Louise Taylor Ensemble
Ethelind Terry Nina Rosa Stradella
John Tomney Ramido
Serge Vino Ensemble
Roy Vitalis Gaucho
Sunny Wright Ensemble
Yo-Hay-Tong Spirit Dancer
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Irving Caesar
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Pay Day Corinna and Dancing Girls
Pablo Pablo
Nina Rosa Jack Haines, Tom, Dick, Harry and Male Chorus
With the Dawn Nina Rosa Stradella
Payador Nina Rosa Stradella and Ensemble
The Secret in My Life Jimmy Blakeley and Dancing Girls
Your Smiles, Your Tears Nina Rosa Stradella and Jack Haines
Serenade of Love Pablo, Nina Rosa Stradella, Corinna and Ensemble
Pizarro Was a Very Narrow Man Jimmy Blakeley and Elinor Haines
A Kiss I Must Refuse You Corinna and Ensemble
Latigo Gaucho Dancer and Chiquita
The Only One for Me Jimmy Blakeley and Dancers
A Gaucho Love Song Pablo and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
My First Love, My Last Love
(lyrics by Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach)
Nina Rosa Stradella and Jack Haines