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Marjorie   

 
Shubert Theatre, (8/11/1924 - 9/14/1924)
44th Street Theatre, (9/15/1924 - 12/13/1924)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 11, 1924    
Closing Date: Dec 13, 1924 Total Performances: 144

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Calvert's Estate, the Tavern Inn, and Valcourt's Residence in New York



Production Staff
Produced by Embassy Productions, Inc., Rufus LeMaire and Richard W. Krakauer
Music by Sigmund Romberg, Herbert P. Stothart, Philip Culkin and Stephen Jones; Book by Fred Thompson, Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge; Lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge; Musical Director: Alfred Goodman
Directed by W. H. Gilmore; Choreographed by David Bennett; Production Supervised by Rufus LeMaire
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Cast
Edward AllenBell Boy
Mabel BaadeEnsemble
Monica BoulaisEnsemble
Bobbie BreslawEnsemble
Nan CrawfordJuliette Lotie
Warren CrosbyEnsemble
Frank CullenEnsemble
Al DavisEnsemble
Marguerite DunneEnsemble
Rita DunneEnsemble
Edwin ForsbergLuke Calvert
Richard "Skeets" GallagherEph Daw
Donat GauthierHenry
Naomi HarkinsEnsemble
Peggy HartEnsemble
Clifford HeckingerBiggs
Perry HigginsEnsemble
Elizabeth HinesMarjorie Daw
Portland HoffaEnsemble
Rose Mary MarstonEnsemble
Edith MartinEnsemble
Beth MiltonEnsemble
Richard OakleyEnsemble
Helen O'BrienEnsemble
Consuelo OwensEnsemble
Fred PackardEnsemble
Roy RoystonBrian Valcourt
Ethel ShuttaMolly Daly
Daniel SparksEnsemble
Jack SquiresHoward Brindle
Joe TinsleyHotel Clerk
Andrew TombesGarcia Pindora
Frederic TozereEnsemble
Claire WayneEnsemble
Jean WayneEnsemble
Paulette WinstonEnsemble

ACT 1 Sung By
Listening to the Radio
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Ensemble
Brindle's Farm
(music by Philip Culkin; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Howard Brindle and Boys
Song of Love
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw and Ensemble
Popularity
(music by Stephen Jones; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Garcia Pindora, Eph Daw, Molly Daly and Girls
Happy Ending
(music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw, Brian Valcourt and Girls
Good Things and Bad Things
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Eph Daw and Molly Daly
Twilight Rose
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw and Brian Valcourt
ACT 2 Sung By
Go Away, Girls, Go Away
(music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Garcia Pindora and Girls
Leading Man
(music by Stephen Jones; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw, Gentlemen and Garcia Pindora
Nature
(music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Eph Daw, Molly Daly and Ensemble
Super-Sheik
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Eph Daw, Molly Daly and Ensemble
What Do You Say?
(music by Herbert Stothart; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw and Brian Valcourt
Shuffle Your Troubles Away
(music by James Hanley; lyrics by Henry Creamer)
Garcia Pindora, Eph Daw, Molly Daly and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung By
When I Show 'Em This
(music by Stephen Jones; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Molly Daly, Ensemble and Bell Boy
Forty-Second Street Moon
(music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Brian Valcourt and Ensemble
Marjorie Waltz
(music by Stephen Jones; lyrics by Clifford Grey and Harold Atteridge)
Marjorie Daw and Brian Valcourt