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BELASCO THEATRE

DIRECTION OF
JOHN WILDBERG
S. S. KRELLBERG

EMERGENCY NOTICE: In the event of an alert, remain in your seats. A competent staff has been trained for this emergency. Keep calm. You will receive information and instructions from the stage.  F. H. La GUARDIA, Mayor

FIRE NOTICE: The exit indicated by a red light and sign nearest to the seat you occupy is the shortest route to the street. In the event of fire please do not run - WALK TO THAT EXIT.
Patrick Walsh, Fire Commissioner and Chief of Department

It is urged for the comfort and safety of all, that theatre patrons refrain from lighting matches in this theatre.

THE  PLAYBILL  A  WEEKLY  PUBLICATION  OF  PLAYBILL  INCORPORATED

Week beginning Sunday, June 17, 1945 
Matinees Saturday and Sunday

JOHN WILDBERG
presents
BILL ROBINSON
in 
MEMPHIS BOUND
A New Musical Comedy
with
AVON LONG
Lyrics and Music by Don Walker and Clay Warnick
Book by Albert Barker and Sally Benson
(With gratitude to W. S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan)

Sheila Guys
Ida James
Thelma Carpenter
Delta Rhythm Boys
Ada Brown
Billy Daniels
Frank Wilson
Ann Robinson 
Edith Wilson

Production Directed by Robert Ross
Eva Jessye, Assistant Director
Dances by Al White, Jr.
Scenery Designed and Lighted by George Jenkins
Charles Sanford Conductor
Orchestration by Don Walker
Vocal Arrangements by Clay Warnick
Production Under the Personal Supervision of VINTON FREEDLEY

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