Rio Rita
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National Theatre, Direction Wm. H. Rapley, business manager, S.E. Cochran. "Rio Rita," a musical comedy produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, scenes painted by Joseph Urban, dances staged by Sammy Lee, music and lyrics by Harry Tierney and Joseph McCarthy, book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, book staged by John Harwood, costumes designed by John W. Harkrider, dances of Albertina Rasch Girls staged by Albertina Rasch, jingle and charo dances staged by Pedro Rubin, Nicholas Kempner, musical director.

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National Theatre, Direction Wm. H. Rapley, business manager, S.E. Cochran. "Rio Rita," a musical comedy produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, scenes painted by Joseph Urban, dances staged by Sammy Lee, music and lyrics by Harry Tierney and Joseph McCarthy, book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, book staged by John Harwood, costumes designed by John W. Harkrider, dances of Albertina Rasch Girls staged by Albertina Rasch, jingle and charo dances staged by Pedro Rubin, Nicholas Kempner, musical director.

Rio Rita

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Edition Description

National Theatre, Direction Wm. H. Rapley, business manager, S.E. Cochran. "Rio Rita," a musical comedy produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, scenes painted by Joseph Urban, dances staged by Sammy Lee, music and lyrics by Harry Tierney and Joseph McCarthy, book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, book staged by John Harwood, costumes designed by John W. Harkrider, dances of Albertina Rasch Girls staged by Albertina Rasch, jingle and charo dances staged by Pedro Rubin, Nicholas Kempner, musical director.

Edition Notes

National Theatre, Washington, D.C., week beginning Monday evening, April 9, 1928, matinees Wednesday and Saturday.

Title devised by Library staff.

Cast: Pedro Rubin, Juan Villasana, Al Clair, Walter Petrie, Helene C. Clive, Walter Catlett, Vincent Serrano, Collette Francis, Bonnie Murray, Lucille Taylor, Flo. Kennedy, Peggy Blake, Kae English, Ethelind Terry, Bert Wheeler, Ada-May, J. Harold Murray, Harry Ratcliff, Donald Douglas, Alf P. James, Alberto Carrillo, Colette, Eunice Holmes, Beryl Halley.

In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).

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PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/R

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OL25379433M
LC Control Number
2012659354

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