Music: By Noël Coward and others.
Choreography: Dances and ensembles by Buddy Bradley, Billy Pierce, and George Balanchine.
Production: The whole produced under the direction of Charles B. Cochran. Staged by Frank Collins.
Premiere: March 19, 1931, London Pavilion. (Out-of-town preview: February 18, Palace Theatre, Manchester.)
Cast: Bobby Clark, Ada-May, Melville Cooper, Paul McCullough, Queenie Leonard, Edward Cooper, Effie Atherton, and others.
STEALING THROUGH (Part I, Scene 6): Music and Sketch: By Douglas Byng and Melville
Gideon. Production: Scenery and costumes by Oliver Messel.
Scenery executed by E. Delany; costumes executed by Reville, Ltd.,
Eleanor Abbey, L. & H. Nathan, Ltd. Cast: Ada-May, Mr.
Cochran's Young Ladies; A Satyr, Bobby Clark.
SCARAMOUCHE: AN IMPRESSION OF THE COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE (Part I, Scene 11 [Finale]): Music: By
Elsie April, from an air of Pergolesi. Lyrics by Douglas Byng.
Production: Scenery and costumes by Oliver Messel. Scenery
executed by Alick Johnstone; costumes executed by Eleanor Abbey and
C. Alias, Ltd. Cast: Scaramouche, Bernardi; Sylvia, Kathryn
Hamill; Capitano, Henry Mollison; Pierrettes, Mr.
Cochran's Young Ladies, The John Tiller Girls; Zanni, 8 men;
Clown, Charles Farey; Sprite, Eve; 2 Pages;
Mezzetin, Edward Cooper; Coralline, Jane Welsh; Pantalone,
Melville Cooper; Jacqueline, Effie Atherton; Arlochino,
John Mills; Isabel, Molly Molloy; Pulcinella, Al
Marshall; Trivellino, Queenie Leonard; Columbine, Ada-May;
Two Sailors, Clark, Paul McCullough.