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  • (January 1933) His musical, "The Dubarry," was performed at Streatham Hill Theatre in Streatham Hill, London, England with Binnie Hale, Claude Saunders, and Raymond Huntley in the cast. Felix Edwardes was director.
  • (April 14, 1932) His musical, "The Dubarry," was performed at His Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Anny Ahlers, Helen Haye, and Heddle Nash in the cast.
  • (1932) Stage Play: The Dubarry. Musical/operetta. Lyrics by Rowland Leigh. Music by 'Karl Millocker' [credited as Carl Millocker] (posthumous credit). Music arranged by Theo Mackaben. Libretto adapted by Rowland Leigh [earliest Broadway credit] and Desmond Carter. From the German libretto of Paul Knepler and J.M. Willeminsky. Based on "Grafin Dubarry" by F. Zell and Richard Genee. Musical Director: Gustave Salzer. Scenic Design and Costume Design by Vincente Minnelli. Orchestra under direction of Gustave Salzer. Directed by Austin O. Huhn. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 22 Nov 1932- 4 Feb 1933 (87 performances). Cast: Charles Angelo (as "Baron Chamard"), Jean Audree (as "Suzanne/Lady of the Ensemble"), Fenton Barrett (as "Prince de Soubise"), Herman Belmonte (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Ethel Britton (as "Maid to Madame DuBarry/Lady of the Ensemble"), Nana Bryant (as "Marechale de Luxenbourg"), John Clarke (as "Comte Lammond"), Patricia Clarke (as "Ninon/Lady of the Ensemble"), Joyce Coles (as "La Camargo"), Harold Crane (as "Comte Bordeneau"), L. Davis (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Madaline De Sauter (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Henry Devitt (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Max Figman (as "Duc de Choiseul"), Melba Forsythe (as "Elise/Lady of the Ensemble"), Mildred Gethers (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Mildred Gethins (as "Landlady"), Clare Gould (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Marion Green (as "Louis XV"), Ruth Haidt (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Ruth Hale (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), J. Horn (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Lo Iven (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Pert Kelton (as "Margot"), Jeane Kroll (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Verta Kunkel (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Jack Lee (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Stanley Lipton (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Eleanor Manning (as "Violet/Lady of the Ensemble"), Marjory Marlow (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Howard Marsh (as "Rene Lavallery"), Paula Maysak (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Marjory Miller (as "Lady of the Ensemble"), Tully Millet (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Grace Moore (as "Jeanne"), Robinson Newbold (as "Marquis de la Marche"), Iris Newton (as "Gwen May/Lady of the Ensemble"), Leslie Ostrander (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Paul Owen (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), James Philips (as "Comte Fragonard"), Roberta Pierre (as "Therese/Lady of the Ensemble"), Rolande Poucel (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Helen Raymond (as "Madame Sauterelle"), Jack Rees (as "Prince Lavery"), M. Remnek (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Marie Rio (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Lolita Robertson (as "Madame Libille"), Arthur Roland (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Carl Rose (as "Gentleman of the Ensemble"), Alexis Sandersen (as "Hubert Oronais"), Marion Santre (as "Josephine/Lady of the Ensemble"), Len Saxon (as "La Jeune Moreau"), May Sigler (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Georgine Stokes (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Vivian Vernon (as "Sophie/Lady of the Ensemble"), Percy Waram (as "Comte DuBarry"), Alma Wertley (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Esther Whetton (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Craig Williams (as "Maitre Cascal"), Jerry Williams (as "Dorothea Berke Ballet"), Helen Withers (as "Didine/Lady of the Ensemble"). Produced by Morris Green and Tillie Leblang. Produced by arrangement with Crescendo Theatreverlag.

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