Good Morning, Dearie

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
Good Morning, Dearie  (1922) 
by Jerome Kern and Author:Anne Caldwell

Good Morning Dearie cover.jpg

Dedicated

to

ALEXANDER WOOLLCOTT

by

One of His Grateful Admirers


JEROME KERN


CHARLES DILLINGHAM

Presents


"Good Morning, Dearie"


Music by

JEROME KERN


Book and Lyrics by

ANNE CALDWELL


Entire Production Staged by

EDWARD ROYCE


PRICE, TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS


New York

T. B. HARMS COMPANY

62 West 45th Street




Copyright MCMXXI and MCMXXII

All rights reserved International Copyright secured


CAST OF CHARACTERS

(In the order of their appearance)

FLORRIE Ruth Williamson
CHERRY Lilyan White
PAT Patricia Clark
MARGIE Pauline Hall
GEORGE MASON John Price Jones
RUBY MANNERS Peggy Kurton
MADAME BOMPARD Ada Lewis
BILLY VAN CORTLANDT Oscar Shaw
GIMPY John J. Scannell
ROSE-MARIE Louise Groody
CHESTY COSTELLO Harland Dixon
STEVE SIMMONS William Kent
CUTIE Marie Callahan
KIRBY Raymond Moore
SING LEE Otis Harper
HOI FAT Irving Jackson
LIM HO Edouard Le Febvre
PIERRE Joseph Viau
GIGI Daniel Sparks
MRS. GREYSON PARKS Roberta Beatty
MISS HETHERINGTON Gertrude Feeley
PAULINE Hebe Halpin
DOROTHY Miriam Miller
MURIEL Muriel Harrison
WINTERS Ernest Martin
SYLVIA Darling Twins
HARRIET Darling Twins


SYNOPSIS OF SCENES

ACT I.

 Scene 1—Workroom of the Toddle Shop.
 Scene 2—Exterior of the Dance Hall.
 Scene 3—Interior of Hells' Bells Dance Hall.
 TIME—An Afternoon and Evening in June.

ACT II.
 Scene 1—Show-room of the Toddle Shop.
 Scene 2—Fragonard.
 Scene 3—Terrace at Mrs. Greyson Park's Home.
 TIME—An Afternoon and Evening One Week Later.


MUSICAL PROGRAM

ACT I.

Scene 1
 Page

OVERTURE
1 INTRODUCTION 10
2 "EVERY GIRL" Mr. Shaw and Mr. Jones 13
3 "WAY DOWN TOWN" Miss Groody and Mr. Dixon 26
4 MUSICAL SCENA—
 (a) "Rose-Marie"
 (b) "Didn't You Believe"

Miss Groody
Mr. Shaw

30
34
5 FINALETTO 39

Scene 2

6 COOLIE DANCE The Sixteen Sunshine Girls 50

Scene 3

7 OPENING OF DANCE HALL SCENE Girls and Men 56
8 MUSICAL SCENA—
 (a) "Entrance of Sailors"
 (b) "Blue Danube Blues"


Miss Groody and Mr. Shaw

60
78
9 TRIO—"EASY PICKINS Messrs. Dixon, Kent and Scannell 84
10 FINALE 90
ENTR' ACTE 95

ACT II.

11 PRELUDE 98

Scene 1

12 "MELICAN PAPA" Mr. Kent, Darling Twins and Girls 100
13 "NIAGARA FALLS Miss Groody and Mr. Shaw 107
14 PAS DE DEUX Mr. Dixon and Miss Callahan 116
15 TODDLE QUARTETTE Misses Groody and Kurton, Messrs. Kent and Jones 121

Scene 2

16 "KA-LU-A" Mr. Shaw and Girls 127
17 DANCE ECCENTRIQUE Mr. Kent 132
18 "GOOD MORNING, DEARIE" Miss Groody and Men 135
19 DANCE Mr. Dixon and Miss Callahan 139
20 REPRISE AND FINALE Miss Groody and Mr. Shaw 145

Conductor
Mr. VICTOR BARAVALLE


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1945, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.