Of Thee I Sing

National Tour (1932)

Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening September 11, 1932
Closing: April 29, 1933
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: US Tour

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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Matthew Arnold Fulton
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Senator Robert F. Lyons
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Alexander Throttlebottom
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John P. Wintergreen
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Diana Devereaux
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Sam Jenkins
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Mary Turner
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Miss Benson

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

Tour opened in Detroit (theatre unknown). Also played in Cleveland, Chicago, and Milwaukee among others. The tour closed in Reading, PA.

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Production Info

Previews: not listed yet (not listed yet)
Opening September 11, 1932
Closing: April 29, 1933
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: US Tour

Audio Recordings

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Video Recordings

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