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Holiday Theatre (New York, NY)
1567 Broadway (47th St.)

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The production opened September 12th, 1951 at New York's Holiday Theatre and ran for 208 performances before going on the road.) ..... Direct from Broadway, the ensemble cast included LARRY ALPERT, the BARTON BROTHERS, MARTY DRAKE, RICKI FIELDS, MARY FORREST, ROSEMARY FUHRMAN, PATRICE HELENE, JAN HOWARD, KURT JONS and his Dancers, RICKIE LAYNE and VELVEL, INA LERNER, ROXANNE REED, LOU SAXON, BARBARA SOBELL and PAULA STEVENS ..... CREDITS: Music and Lyrics by SHOLOM SECUNDA and HY JACOBSON; Music arranged by JEROME GOLDSTEIN; Produced by AL BECKMAN and JOHN PRANSKY

NYMF REVIEW: [title of show]
by Jena Tesse Fox - Sep 28, 2004

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by Linda Hodges - Jun 7, 2011

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2011

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