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The Magnolia Lady   

Shubert Theatre, (11/25/1924 - 1/03/1925)
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Opening Date: Nov 25, 1924    
Closing Date: Jan 03, 1925 Total Performances: 47

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Ravenel Mansion in Virginia

Production Staff
Produced by Henry Miller
Music by Harold Levy; Book by Anne Caldwell; Lyrics by Anne Caldwell; Based on a comedy by A. E. Thomas and Alice Duer Miller; Musical Director: Harold Levy; Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett
Staged by Hassard Short; Musical Staging by Chester Hale and Julian Alfred
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire and William H. Matthews; Scenic Design by William Castle
Mary AdamsEnsemble
Virginia BeardsleyEnsemble
Tom ChadwickEnsemble
Ruth ChattertonLily-Lou Ravenel
Harriet ChetwyndEnsemble
Hazel ClaytonEnsemble
Frank DoaneLuther Hallett
Berta DonnBetty Fane
Worthe FaulknerJefferson Page
Nellie FillmoreLiza
Ralph ForbesKenneth Craig
Bernice FurrowEnsemble
Richard "Skeets" GallagherPeter Ravenel
Helen HainesEnsemble
Halcyone HargroveEnsemble
George JeffersonEnsemble
Sara JohnsonEnsemble
Katherine KohlerEnsemble
Julia LaneEnsemble
Lovey LeeStella Hallett
Ethel MartinMrs. Hallett
Edward McCulloughEnsemble
Tom MorrisonEnsemble
John MunsterEnsemble
George O'BrienEnsemble
Bland O'ConnellCyril Brent
Lucille OsbornEnsemble
Carl RoseEnsemble
Louis SearsEnsemble
Virginia SharrEnsemble
Muriel StrykerVirginia Ravenel
Billy TaylorWash Brimmage
Ward Van NessEnsemble
Minor WatsonRobert Ravenel
Emma WycheEnsemble
music by Harold Levey; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
ACT 1 Sung By
On the Washington TrainVirginia Ravenel, Jefferson Page and Robert Ravenel
Three Little GirlsJefferson Page, Robert Ravenel, Virginia Ravenel and Ensemble
I Will Be GoodPeter Ravenel and Betty Fane
My Heart's in the Sunny SouthLily-Lou Ravenel
When Whiteman Starts to PlayWash Brimmage and Girls
The Magic HourJefferson Page
Moon-ManLily-Lou Ravenel and Kenneth Craig
ACT 2 Sung By
Liza JaneLily-Lou Ravenel, Peter Ravenel and Robert Ravenel
When the Bell Goes Ting-a-ling-lingPeter Ravenel
The Old Red GateLily-Lou Ravenel and Ensemble
A la GastronomePeter Ravenel, Robert Ravenel, Virginia Ravenel, Wash Brimmage and Stella Hallett
The French LessonLily-Lou Ravenel and Kenneth Craig
Phantoms of the BallroomJefferson Page
Tiger Lily-LouLily-Lou Ravenel, Cyril Brent and Ensemble