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Fulton Theatre, (9/01/1924 - 10/09/1924)
Knickerbocker Theatre, (10/10/1924 - 11/02/1924)
Liberty Theatre, (11/03/1924 - 11/29/1924)
New Colonial Theatre, (12/22/1924 - 1/03/1925)
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Opening Date: Sep 01, 1924    
Closing Date: Jan 03, 1925 Total Performances: 120

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Suburban New York and California



Production Staff
Produced by William Caryl
Music by Jay Gorney and Robert Braine; Book by Eugene Conrad and George Dill; Revised by Gladys Unger; Lyrics by Owen Murphy and Eugene Conrad; Musical Director: Hilding Anderson; Additional numbers by Harry Richman
Staged by William Caryl; Choreographed by David Bennett and Seymour Felix
Scenic Design by Rollo Wayne; Costume Design by Mme. Haverstck
Cast
Charles BrownAlgernon Van Hooten
Madeline CalkinsFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Lillian CarmodyFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Sylvia CarolFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Teddy DauerFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Frieda DixonFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Lila DixonFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Ernest GlendinningRobert Corcoran (Bob)
Mary GraceFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Nellie Graham-DentMrs. Blunt
Eva Marie GrayFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Billy KellyA Caddy
Ann MilburnMaureen
Mildred MorganFriend of Peggy and Marcia
John Daly MurphyAloysious Blunt
Mabel OlsenFriend of Peggy and Marcia
John ParkTheodore Willoughby
Nina PennPeggy Corcoran
Brandon PetersIrving Naith
Earl ReddingAl Smith
Clare StrattonMarcia Willoughby
Richard TempleDobson
Walter WalkerJudge John Corcoran
Jean WatsonFriend of Peggy and Marcia
Leah WinslowMrs. John Corcoran
Betty WrightFriend of Peggy and Marcia
music by Jay Gorney and Robert Braine; lyrics by Owen Murphy and Eugene Conrad
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
We Ran Away from SchoolPeggy Corcoran and Girls
Every Silken Lady Has a Touch of CalicoMarcia Willoughby and Girls
Dance Your Way to ParadisePeggy Corcoran and Girls
Come Over EyesRobert Corcoran (Bob) and Girls
(In) CaliforniaMarcia Willoughby and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
GolfGirls
Is It Any Wonder?Robert Corcoran (Bob) and Marcia Willoughby
The GirlsGirls
Music of an Irish Song
(music by Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy; lyrics by Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy)
Maureen, Robert Corcoran (Bob) and Girls
Love Is a SandmanRobert Corcoran (Bob) and Marcia Willoughby
When You're in Love
(music by Harry Richman, Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy; lyrics by Harry Richman, Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy)
Robert Corcoran (Bob) and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
Wings of LoveGirls
Is It Any Wonder? (Reprise) Peggy Corcoran
When You're in Love (Reprise)
(music by Harry Richman, Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy; lyrics by Harry Richman, Jay Gorney and Owen Murphy)
Robert Corcoran (Bob), Marcia Willoughby, Maureen and Girls