Let 'Em Eat Cake

National Tour (1934)

Production Info

Opening January 8, 1934
Closing: January 27, 1934
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: National Tour

Credits Highlights

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Book Staging
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Dances and Ensembles

Cast

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Gen. Adam Snookfield, U.S.A.
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Trixie Flynn
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Mary Wintergreen
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John P. Wintergreen
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The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
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Alexander Throttlebottom
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Kruger
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John P. Tweedledee
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Francis X. Gilhooley
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Mrs. Gilhooley

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Overture
  • Wintergreeen for President .... Ensemble
  • Tweedledee for President .... Ensemble
  • Union Square .... Ensemble
  • Down With Everyone Who's Up .... Kruger and Agitators
  • Shirts by Millions .... Wives and Ensemble
  • Comes the Revolution .... Throttlebottom and Ensemble
  • Mine .... Wintergreen, Mary and Ensemble
  • Cloistered From the Noisy City .... President of the Union League Club and Club Members
  • On and On and On ..... Wintergreen, Mary and Company
  • Finale
    • Double Dummy Drill
    • Let 'Em Eat Cake .... Wintergreen and Company

Act Two

  • Blue, Blue, Blue .... Wives and Ensemble
  • Who's the Greatest––––––? ..... Wintergreen and Ensemble
  • No Comprenez, No Capish .... League of Nations
  • Up and At 'Em .... Chief Justice and Blue Shirts
  • The Trial of Throttlebottom
    • That's What He Did .... Throttlebottom, Kruger and Ensemble
    • I Know a Foul Ball .... Throttlebottom
    • Throttle Throttlebottom .... Kruger and Ensemble
  • A Hell of a Fix .... Wintergreen, the Committee and Soldiers
  • Let 'Em Eat Caviar .... Kruger, Trixie and Ensemble
  • Hanging Throttlebottom in the Morning .... Ensemble

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Trivia & History

The tour was supposed to run two weeks in Philadelphia, but it shut down permanently after one week there, canceling a -one-week run at the Nixon in Pittsburgh that was scheduled to start on February 5, 1934. It was announced to the press that the extremely large company of 125 was making touring the show prohibitively expense.

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Production Info

Opening January 8, 1934
Closing: January 27, 1934
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: National Tour

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