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Captain Jinks   

Martin Beck Theatre, (9/08/1925 - 1/30/1926)
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Opening Date: Sep 08, 1925    
Closing Date: Jan 30, 1926 Total Performances: 167

Category: Musical, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City

Production Staff
Produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel
Music by Lewis E. Gensler and Stephen Jones; Book by Frank Mandel and Laurence Schwab; from the play by Clyde Fitch; Lyrics by B.G. DeSylva; Musical Director: Ivan Rudisill; Featuring songs with lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Staged by Edgar MacGregor; Musical Staging by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by Frederick W. Jones III; Costume Design by Kiviette
Marie BandouxEnsemble
Joey BentonEnsemble
Bill BrownWorld Reporter
Joe E. BrownHap Jones
Louise BrownMlle. Suzanne Trentoni
Lillian BurkeEnsemble
John BurnsEnsemble
Lee ByrneEnsemble
Samuel CoitA Federal Inspector
Wally CrishamTimes Reporter
Frank CullenEnsemble
Carol CummingsEnsemble
Alan DaleEnsemble
Frankie De VoeEnsemble
Al DowningEnsemble
Marcel DufanEnsemble
Andreas ErwingEnsemble
Evelyn FarrellEnsemble
Josephine FontaineEnsemble
Jack ForresterNews Reporter
Amy FrankEnsemble
Ferris HartmanBelliarti
Trentoni's Ballet Master
Max HoffmanLieut. Charles Martin
U.S. Army
Sophie HowardEnsemble
Irene IshamEnsemble
Charlotte La RoseEnsemble
Ann LeeEnsemble
Margaret LeeEnsemble
Elsie LombardEnsemble
Katherine MalvernEnsemble
Isabelle MasonEnsemble
Ginger MeehanEnsemble
John MeehanEnsemble
Mary MeehanEnsemble
Beth MiltonEnsemble
Blanche MortonEnsemble
Frederick MurrayJournal Reporter
J. Harold MurrayCaptain Robert Jinks
U.S. Marine Corps
Nina OlivetteAnnie
Trentoni's Maid
Lucille OsbornEnsemble
Bella PoganyMrs. Hochspitz
Agnes ReillyEnsemble
Betty RichmondEnsemble
Wayne RobertsEnsemble
Penelope RowlandEnsemble
Ila RoyEnsemble
Charles SabinEnsemble
Idylle ShawEnsemble
Ruth ShawEnsemble
Helen SillsEnsemble
Frances StoneEnsemble
Marion SunshineHoney Johnson
Jackie TaylorBand Leader
O. J. VanasseA Policeman
Betty VaneEnsemble
Arthur WestSeaman Frederick Lane
U.S. Navy
Betty WhitneyEnsemble
music by Lewis E. Gensler and Stephen Jones; lyrics by B.G. DeSylva
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
So This Is the StatesAnnie (Trentoni's Maid), Reporters, Visitors and Passengers
PalsCaptain Robert Jinks (U.S. Marine Corps), Seaman Frederick Lane (U.S. Navy), Lieut. Charles Martin (U.S. Army), Marines, Reporters and Sailor Band
KikiMlle. Suzanne Trentoni and Ensemble
Ain't Love WonderfulHap Jones and Annie (Trentoni's Maid)
I DoMlle. Suzanne Trentoni and Captain Robert Jinks (U.S. Marine Corps)
Sea LegsSeaman Frederick Lane (U.S. Navy), Honey Johnson and Sailor Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Strictly BusinessAnnie (Trentoni's Maid), Lieut. Charles Martin (U.S. Army), Reporters, Maids and Bouncers
You Must Come Over Blues (from BE YOURSELF)
(lyrics by B.G. DeSylva and Ira Gershwin)
Honey Johnson and Seaman Frederick Lane (U.S. Navy)
The Only OneCaptain Robert Jinks (U.S. Marine Corps) and Debutantes
You Need a Man SuzanneMlle. Suzanne Trentoni and Men
Oh! How I Hate WomenHap Jones
Fond of YouHoney Johnson, Lieut. Charles Martin (U.S. Army), Seaman Frederick Lane (U.S. Navy) and Ensemble
At the PartyBand Leader and His Captain Jinks Band
Kiki (Reprise) Mlle. Suzanne Trentoni and Lieut. Charles Martin (U.S. Army)
The New GameHap Jones, Honey Johnson and Annie (Trentoni's Maid)