Musical (1930)


Musique: *** Divers • Harry Warren • Vivian Ellis
Musique additionelle: George M. Cohan
Paroles: *** Divers
Livret: David Freedman
Production à la création: Billy Rose

"Sweet and Low" est une revue musicale produite par Billy Rose et mettant en vedette James Barton, Fanny Brice, George Jessel et Arthur Treacher. Il présente des sketches de David Freedman et des chansons de divers compositeurs et paroliers.


The 1930 Broadway production was directed by Alexander Leftwich and choreographed by Danny Dare, with additional dances staged by Busby Berkeley. Scenic design was by Jo Mielziner. It ran for a week at the Majestic Theatre in Brooklyn before opening on November 17, 1930 at Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, where it ran for 184 performances. Although it rarely sold out, Rose transferred it to the 44th Street Theatre, where it was more successful at the box office.


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Sweet and Low (1930-11-Chanin's 46th Street Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Richard Rodgers Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 5 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 184 représentations
Première Preview : lundi 17 novembre 1930
Première : lundi 17 novembre 1930
Dernière : avril 1931
Mise en scène : Alexander Leftwich
Chorégraphie : Danny Dare
Producteur :
Avec : James Barton, Fannie Brice, George Jessel, Borrah Minevitch and His Musical Rascals, Moss and Fontana, Hannah Williams, Jerry Norris, Arthur Treacher, Paula Trueman, Roger Davis, Hal Thompson, Roger Prior Dodge; Ladies: Betty Croke, Ethel Brice, Polly Rose, Gladys Aster, Marion Bonnell, Viola Paulson, Nancy Dolan, Lucille Osborne, Kathleen Ayers, Ruth Sato, Peggy Andre, Dorothy Van Hess, Emily Van Hoven, Ruth Dana, Mildred Tully, Charlotte Stoll, Emily Burton, Loretta Flushing, Pauline Schaefer, Muriel Markert, Kitty Brady, Rita Jason, Ray Stuart, Arline Baber, Baun Sturtz, Ethel Kriston; Gentlemen: Harry Edwards, James Lee, Jack Ray, Charles Millang, Daniel C. Wyler, Joe Barry, Edwin Murray, Jack Bauer
Commentaires : Lyrics: Allen Boretz, Mort Dixon, Edward Eliscu, Ira Gershwin, Charlotte Kent, Malcolm McComb, Ballard McDonald, and Billy Rose

Music: Louis (Lou) Alter, Harry Archer, Phil Charig, Vivian Ellis, William (Will) Irwin, Charlotte Kent, Ned Lehak, Joseph Meyer, Dana Suesse, Mischa Spoliansky, and Harry Warren

It ran for a week at the Majestic Theatre in Brooklyn before opening on November 17, 1930 at Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, where it ran for 184 performances. Although it rarely sold out, Rose transferred it to the 44th Street Theatre, where it was more successful at the box office.

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