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Tattle Tales   

 
Broadhurst Theatre, (6/01/1933 - 6/24/1933)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jun 01, 1933    
Closing Date: Jun 24, 1933 Total Performances: 28

Category: Musical, Revue, Original
Description: A revue in two acts



Production Staff
Produced by Frank Fay
Sketches by Frank Fay and Nick Copeland; Lyrics by George Waggoner, Leo Robin, Edward Eliscu, William Walsh, Frank Fay, Willard Robison and Howard Jackson; Additional lyrics by Bernie Grossman and Dave Silverstein; Music by Edward Ward, Ralph Rainger, Willard Robison, Howard Jackson and Eddie Bienbryer; Musical Director: Arnold Johnson; Music orchestrated by Howard Jackson
Entire production under the personal supervision of Frank Fay; Musical numbers staged by John Lonergan, Danny Dare and Leroy Prinz
Costume Design by Elizabeth Zook
Assistant to Frank Fay: Daniel Garry
Cast
Lois AckermanThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Jerry Archer"The Mind Readers" Performer
The Misses "Tattle Tales"
Mary Barnett"You Gotta Do Better Than That" Performer
"The First Spring Day" Dancer
"Jig Saw Jamboree" Performer
"Sing American Tunes" Performer
Beauvell"Hasta Mañana (So This is Havana)" Performer
"Valse Moderniatsic" Performer
Inspector of Transients
Grand Centre Terminal
Eddie ByrnbriarA Son of New Rochelle
Grand Centre Terminal
Les Clark"You Gotta Do Better Than That" Performer
"The First Spring Day" Dancer
"Jig Saw Jamboree" Performer
"Sing American Tunes" Performer
Ione CollombeThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Nick CopelandNathan Jackson
The Crash
Hook & Eye No. 1
Information
Grand Centre Terminal
Don Cumming"Meet Our Hero and Heavy" Performer
The Sneak
Not to Be Trusted
Retired Time Table Folder
Grand Centre Terminal
Dorothy Dell"Breaking Up a Rhythm" Performer
"Sing American Tunes" Performer
Betty Doree"I'll Take an Option on You" Performer
Specialty Performer
John DyerHon. Wilbur Peabody
The Crash
"The Mind Readers" Performer
First Interviewer
The Interview
Casting Director
Extra Man
Announcer
Grand Centre Terminal
Helen EadesMaid
The Interview
The Misses "Tattle Tales"
Edith Evans"Harlem Lullaby" Performer
Dot LaMar
The Interview
Jenny Grab
Grand Centre Terminal
Frank Fay"Meet Our Hero and Heavy" Performer
"I'll Take an Option on You" Performer
"The Nervous Waltz" Performer
"Still the Nervous Waltz" Performer
"Hang Up Your Hat on Broadway" Performer
The Abused
Not to Be Trusted
"Extra Man" Performer
Col. Tapeapeek
Grand Centre Terminal
Wilma FlanniganThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
William Hargrave"Hasta Mañana (So This is Havana)" Performer
Second Interviewer
The Interview
"The First Spring Day" Performer
Jane HayesThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Collece LeggetThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
James MackSir Herbert Martin
The Crash
Engine Co. No. 2
Baggage Supervisor
Grand Centre Terminal
Lucille MatthewsThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Ray MayerThe Official Mr. "Eh Eh"
Officer Take
Grand Centre Terminal
Jane MorganMrs. Strong
The Interview
Madamme YO YO
Grand Centre Terminal
Barbara NearThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Charlotte NesteThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Betty NortonThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Betty NylanderThe Wife
Grand Centre Terminal
Evelyn Page"The Nervous Waltz" Performer
"Still the Nervous Waltz" Performer
The Misses "Tattle Tales"
Lillian Reynolds"Percy With Perserverence" Performer
"Breaking Up a Rhythm" Performer
"Jig Saw Jamboree" Performer
Beverly RoydeThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Sylvia SchillerThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Barbara StanwyckHerself
The Interview
Kay Arnold
The Interview
Miss Tova"Hasta Mañana (So This is Havana)" Performer
"Valse Moderniatsic" Performer
Mr.-Mrs. Lady
Grand Centre Terminal
Elsa WalbridgeThe Misses "Tattle Tales"
Wilma WrayThe Misses "Tattle Tales"