Composer: Jerome Kern
Lyricist: P.G. Wodehouse

Opened: April 8, 1924, Fulton Theatre, N.Y.C.; moved on June 9, 1924 to the Imperial Theatre
Performances: 95

Note: Only recordings of material not otherwise found on the 1989 studio cast album, Sitting Pretty, CD/New World Records 80387-2, are noted below.

Dancing Time (added for the subsequent tour; originally used in THE CABARET GIRL and also used in DEAR SIR):

1. 78/HMV C1086 (Winter Garden Orchestra conducted by John Ansell) [reissued on Set To Music: Original Orchestral Selections From Musicals In London Volume One, CD/Must Close Saturday Records MCSR 3004]
2. 78/HMV C2946 (Dorothy Dickson with orchestra conducted by Ronnie Munro) [reissued on Jerome Kern In London, World (M) SH.171]
3. 78/HMV C1087 (Peter Dawson with Ennis Parkes, Bessie Jones, Walter Glynne, and the Wintergarden Theatre Orchestra conducted by J. Ansell) [reissued on On Stage, EMI (M) EM 29 0573 3]
4. Early Kern, CD/Rialto Recordings SLRR-9102 (Geri Petchel and Brian Lane Green with musical direction by Glenn Mehrbach)
5. The First Rose Of Summer, CD/42nd Street Moon MBR 04003 (Susan Himes Powers, Craig Jessup, Amanda King, and Michael Patrick Gaffney with musical direction by Dave Dobrusky)
6. A Jerome Kern Showcase, CD/Flapper PAST CD 9767 (Frank Westfield’s Orchestra)
7. The Cabaret Girl, CD/Albany TROY 1103/04 (Lindsay O’Neil and Anthon Buck with orchestra conducted by Michael Borowtiz)
8. The Cabaret Girl, CDr/Comic Opera Guild CCG05P-2C (Kim Parr and David Troiano with Adam Aceto and Patrick Johnson, pianos)
9. Jerome Kern Collection, CD/Silva America 3006 (Eric Parkin)
10. All Time Top Twelve/Shall We Dance?, CD/Dutton/Vocalion CDLK 4115 (Ted Heath and His Music)
11. The Land Where The Good Songs Go, CD/PS Classics PS-1211 (Company with musical direction by David Loud)

Unrecorded Material:

Ancient Days (not in program)
The Charity Class
Grab A Girl (added for the subsequent tour)
I’m Looking All Over For You (added for the subsequent tour)
Ladies Are Present (cut)
Roses Are Nodding (cut)