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Hot Mikado.

Author: Bill RobinsonMike ToddHassard ShortNat KarsonDoc CookAll authors
Publisher: 1939.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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National Theatre, direction Rapley Theatre Company, Edmund Plohn, manager, Bill Robinson in Michael Todd's "Hot Mikado," entire production, book and ensembles staged by Hassard Short, settings and costumes by Nat Karson, modern adaptations and orchestra arrangements by Charles L. Cooke, dances by Truly McGee, topical lyrics by Dave Gregory and William Tracy, orchestra conducted by William Parson.
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Genre/Form: Playbills
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Robinson; Mike Todd; Hassard Short; Nat Karson; Doc Cook; Truly McGee; W S Gilbert; Arthur Sullivan; National Theatre Corporation (Washington, D.C.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 645793585
Notes: National Theatre, December 11, 1939.
Based on The Mikado by Gilbert & Sullivan.
Title devised by Library staff.
Cast: Maurice Cooper, James A. Lillard, Maurice Ellis, Freddie Robinson, Alice Harris, Rosetta Le Noire, Pearle Harrison, John Jackson, Rose Brown, Bill Robinson, Larry Seymour, Ethelynne Edmonson, Marie Young, Alma Hubbard, Eloise Uggans, Ethel Brown, Geneva Washington, Sybil Cain, Harriett Jackson, Viola Anderson, Catherine Brooks, Vilma Young, Leslie Gray, Elmanrice Miller, John Jackson, Roy White, Traverse Crawford, Larry Seymour, David Lawton, Harry Lewis, Otho Gaines, Walter Masby, Robert Clarke, Amos Laing, Bee Williamson, Lovey Lewis, Theresa Mason, Claudia Hayward, Marion Warthy, Mitzi Coleman, Jackie Godfrey, Frances Jackson, Catherine Atkinson, Ethel Love, Peggy Wharton, Willa Ricker, Billi Hill, Lucile Middleton, Geneva Davis, Gladys Crowder, Mae Miller, Al Mimes, Lee Lyons, Leon James, Eddie Davis, Walter Johnson, Frank Mannon.
In: Richard L. Coe Collection scrap book, p. [108].
Description: 1 sheet (playbill)

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National Theatre, direction Rapley Theatre Company, Edmund Plohn, manager, Bill Robinson in Michael Todd's "Hot Mikado," entire production, book and ensembles staged by Hassard Short, settings and costumes by Nat Karson, modern adaptations and orchestra arrangements by Charles L. Cooke, dances by Truly McGee, topical lyrics by Dave Gregory and William Tracy, orchestra conducted by William Parson.

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