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Author: Dorothy DonnellyHeinz ReichertAlfred Maria WillnerJohn ShubertWatson BarrattAll authors
Publisher: 1936.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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National Theatre, The Messrs. Shubert present "Blossom Time," music from the melodies of Franz Shubert and H. Barte, adapted by Sigmund Romberg, books and lyrics adapted form the original of A.M. Wilner and H. Reichert, by Dorothy Donnelly, settings by Watson Barratt, costumes by Ernest R. Schrapps, dances staged by Katherine Hanaway, conducter Max Fichandler, staged by John Shubert.
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Genre/Form: Theater programs
Playbills
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Donnelly; Heinz Reichert; Alfred Maria Willner; John Shubert; Watson Barratt; Evelyn Laye; Sigmund Romberg; Franz Schubert; Heinrich Berté; Jay Mallory; National Theatre Corporation (Washington, D.C.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 335878005
Notes: National Theatre, week beginning February 17, 1936.
Cast: J. Frank Conroy, Warren Proctor, Barbara Towne, Joseph Toner, Marjorie Sweet, Robert O'Connor, J. Charles Gilbert, Helen Arnold, Marion Weeks, Evelyn Wyckoff, Ray Romaine, Clement Taylor, John Wheeler, Robert Lee Allen, George Trabert, Estelle Cawthorne, Jack Burley, Mary Cecil, Geraldine Bork.
Title devised by Library staff.
"The Playgoer, a magazine for the theatre"--Cover.
LC copy accompanied by playbill advertisement for "Sweet Aloes" by Jay Mallory with Evelyn Laye, at the National Theatre, [Feb. 24-29, 1936].
Description: 1 volume (theater program)
Other Titles: Sweet aloes.

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National Theatre, The Messrs. Shubert present "Blossom Time," music from the melodies of Franz Shubert and H. Barte, adapted by Sigmund Romberg, books and lyrics adapted form the original of A.M. Wilner and H. Reichert, by Dorothy Donnelly, settings by Watson Barratt, costumes by Ernest R. Schrapps, dances staged by Katherine Hanaway, conducter Max Fichandler, staged by John Shubert.

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