Of Thee I Sing

Broadway Return Engagement (1933)

Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening May 15, 1933
Closing: June 10, 1933
Length of Run: 32 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Credits Highlights

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Director
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Choreography

Cast

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Louis Lippman
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Francis X. Gilhooley
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Maid
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Matthew Arnold Fulton
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Senator Robert E. Lyons
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Senator Carver Jones
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Alexander Throttlebottom
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John P. Wintergreen
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Sam Jenkins
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Diana Devereaux

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • Wintergreen for President .... Ensemble
  • Who Is the Lucky Girl to Be? .... Diana Devereaux & Ensemble
  • The Dimple on My Knee .... Diana, Sam Jenkins & Ensemble
  • Because, Because .... Diana, Sam & Ensemble
  • As the Chairman of the Committee .... Matthew Arnold Fulton & Company
  • How Beautiful .... Company
  • Never Was There a Girl So Fair .... Company
  • Some Girls Can Bake a Pie .... John P. Wintergreen, Mary Turner & Company
  • Love Is Sweeping the Country .... Sam, Emily Benson & Ensemble
  • Of Thee I Sing .... Wintergreen, Mary & Company
  • Here's a Kiss for Cinderella .... Wintergreen & Ensemble
  • I Was the Most Beautiful Blossom .... Diana
  • Some Girls Can Bake a Pie (reprise) .... Wintergreen, Diana, Judges & Ensemble

Act Two

  • Hello, Good Morning .... Sam, Emily & Secretaries
  • Who Cares? .... Wintergreen, Mary & Reporters
  • Garcon, S'il Vous Plait .... French Soldiers
  • The Illegitimate Daughter .... The French Ambassador & Ensemble
  • We'll Impeach Him .... Senator Robert E. Lyons, Francis X. Gilhooley & Ensemble
  • Who Cares? (reprise) .... Wintergreen & Mary
  • The Senatorial Roll Call .... Alexander Throttlebottom & Ensemble
  • Who Could Ask for Anything More? .... Mary & Company
  • Posterity Is Just Around the Corner .... Wintergreen & Company
  • Trumpeter, Blow Your Horn .... Ensemble
  • Finale .... Company

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Trivia & History

Florenz Ames played The French Ambassador in this production, the original Broadway cast, and the 1952 Broadway revival. He also played General Snookfield in the 1933 sequel Let 'Em Eat Cake (both the Broadway cast and national tour).

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Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening May 15, 1933
Closing: June 10, 1933
Length of Run: 32 perf.
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Broadway
Location: New York, NY

Venues

Main Run

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