"Peggy-Ann" - Vanderbilt Theatre
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Our playbill of "Peggy-Ann", a musical by Herbert Fields, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, was dated the night of Wednesday, June 15, 1927 by an individual, who may have been a young lady by the handwriting, that saw the show that night with her mother and uncle Wesley. It is a part of a small collection of 1927 playbills that we call the "Uncle Wesley" collection, being the closest identification that we have to the original owner.


In order of when they first speak.

Name Role
Lulu McConnell Mrs. Frost
Grant Simpson Mr. Frost
Edith Meiser Dolores Barnes
Betty Starbuck Alice Frost
Lester Cole Guy Pendleton
Dorothy Roy Sally Day
Helen Ford Peggy-Ann
Fuller Mellish Jr. Arnold Small
Margaret Breen Patricia Seymour
Jack Thompson Freddie Shawn
Patrick Rafferty Policeman
Marion Trabue Miss Flint
Howard Eames Sailor
Harold Mellish Mr. Fish
G. Douglas Evans Steward, ensemble
Evelyn Ruh Girls ensemble
Dorothy Roy Girls ensemble
Leoda Knapp Girls ensemble
Louise Joyce Girls ensemble
Valma Valentine Girls ensemble
Enes Early Girls ensemble
Margaret Miller Girls ensemble
Sherry Gale Girls ensemble
Grace Connolly Girls ensemble
Maretta Kay Girls ensemble
Frances Thress Girls ensemble
Beth Meredith Girls ensemble
Agnes O'Loughlin Girls ensemble
Barney Jackson Boys ensemble
Gordon Phillips Boys ensemble
Harold Lang Boys ensemble
Wally Coyle Boys ensemble
Jack Morton Boys ensemble

Production Staff

Name Position
Lew Fields Producer
Lyle D. Andrews Producer
Herbert Fields Book
Richard Rodgers Music
Lorenz Hart Lyrics
Robert Milton Director
Seymour Feliz Choreographer
Clark Robinson Scenic Design
Mark Mooring Costume Design
Lew Fields Production Supervisor
Roy Webb Orchestration
Mark Mooring of Eaves Costume Co. Costume Construction
Carrie and Grantland Constructed Miss Ford's costumes
I. Miller Shoes
Smith and Smith Hosiery
Clark Robinson of Vail Scenic Const. Co. Set Construction
P. Dodd Ackerman Set Painting
Alex Hall Studios Properties
Dazians, Inc. Materials
Henry Haug Drapes
Lionel Trading Corp. Perfumes
Leon Spachner Manager
Lewis F. Levenson Press Representative
Murray Jay Queen Stage Director
Herman Fields Property Dept.
Charles Marx Carpentry Dept.
James Perry Electrical Dept.
Clara Shuman Wardrobe Dept.
G. Douglas Evans Asst. Stage Director
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