Shows T

THAT’S A GOOD GIRL A musical comedy in 2 acts: Book by Douglas Furber; lyrics by Douglas Ferber, Ira Gershwin and Desmond Carter; Music by Joseph Meyer and Philip Charig. London Hippodrome, 5 June, 1928 (363 perfs) SYNOPSIS Joy Dean is a lady detective with a range of traditional but nonetheless funny disguises, and Bill Barrow as her quarry - at first professional but later amorous - in a story which wanders from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden to the South of France. The journey involves a rich aunt, Helen, and her fortune, a singing couple, Francis Moray and Moya Malone, a voluminous opera singer, Sunya Berata and a line-up of leggy dancers. MUSICAL NUMBERS. Orchestrations by RUSSELL BENNETT Musical Director LEONARD HORNSEY. Act 1 • Opening • We’ve Got to Find William - Joy and Timothy • Ensemble - Hullo Hullo - Chorus • Tell me Why? - - Sunya Berata and Francis Moray • Let Yourself Go - bill and chorus • Reprise—Hullo Hullo - Bill and Chorus • Fancy our Meeting - Joy and Bill • Whoopee – The Eight Tiller Girls and Full Chorus • Reprise—We’ve Got to Find William - Chorus • Chirp Chirp - Joy, assisted by Dave Fitzgibbon & Chorus • A Marching Song - Moray and Chorus • Finale - Entire Company Act II • Opening—Weekend - Full Chorus • The One I’m Looking For - Joy and Bill • Fancy Our Meeting - Moya and Moray • Sweet So and So - Bill and Chorus • Dance - Dave Fitzgibbon • Ensemble - Speciality dance by Margot St. Leger • Parting Time - Berata, Moray and Bill • Reprise-- Fancy Our Meeting - Joy and Bill • Finale - Entire Company CAST: (in order of appearance) • Watkins • A Person • Timothy • Joy Dean • Canzone • Alfio/François • Sunya Berata • Francis Moray • Bill Barrow • John Malone • Moya Malone • Helen • Denise Chorus and dancers.