The Mikado / The Big City / A Ball in Old Vienna

One Act - Original

St. James Theatre

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  • Opening Date: February 3, 1942
  • Closing Date: March 14, 1942
  • Previews: 0
  • Performances: 19
  • The Mikado / The Big City / A Ball in Old Vienna is comprised of A Ball in Old Vienna, The Big City, The Mikado

A Ball in Old Vienna: Opening Night Cast

Noelle de Mosa His Sweetheart
Lucas Hovinga The Eligible Young Man
Elsa Kahl Her Aunt
Eva Leckstroem His Partner
Henry Shwarz The Dancing Master
Bunty Slack Her Aunt
Ulla Soederbaum The Debutante
Hans Zullig Her Admirer
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A Ball in Old Vienna: Opening Night Production Credits

  Joseph Lanner Music
  Leon Greanin Staging
  Kurt Jooss Choreographer
  Aino Sllmola Costume Design
  Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) Producer
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The Big City: Opening Night Cast

Noelle de Mosa The Young Girl
Jack Gansert The Libertine
Hans Zullig The Young Workman
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The Big City: Opening Night Production Credits

  Alexander Tansman Music
  Kurt Jooss Choreographer
  H. Heckroth Costume Design
  Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) Producer
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The Mikado: Opening Night Cast

Florenz Ames Ko-Ko
Morton Bowe Nanki-Poo
Helen Lanvin Katisha
Bertram Peacock Pooh-Bah
Frederick Persson Pish-Tush
Robert Pitkin The Mikado of Japan
Kathleen Roche Yum-Yum
Mary Roche Pitti-Sing
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The Mikado: Opening Night Production Credits

  W. S. Gilbert Writer
  Sir Arthur Sullivan Music
  R.H. Burnside Director
  Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) Producer
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Shows That Opened That Season: 1941 - 1942

 
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