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Mollie and Bill are engaged to be married, but preparations are interrupted when Bill’s ex-fiancée arrives unexpectedly on their wedding day. Bill works to convince his old flame that he was not worthy to marry her, but his clumsy efforts do not make him look good to his new fiancée, whose mother already dislikes Bill. A couple of crooks cause further complications.
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- Brief History
Book and Lyrics by
P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton
2 Violin I
1 Violin II
1 Flute & Piccolo
2 Clarinet I & II (both in B-flat and A)
2 Trumpet I & II (both in B-flat and A)
Piano (Piano-Conductor’s Score sent with rehearsal material)
OH, LADY! LADY!! open on Broadway at the Princess Theatre, February 1, 1918 and played there, and later at the Casino Theatre, for 219 performances starring Vivienne Segal and Carl Randall as Mollie and Bill.