Composer: George Gershwin
Lyricist: Ira Gershwin

Opened: January 14, 1930, Times Square Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 191

Note: Only recordings of numbers not found on the 2010 studio cast album, PS Classics PS-1100, are noted below. A studio cast album of the original 1927 version of the show (which closed out of town) was recorded in 1990 and released as CD/Elektra 7559-79273-2.

I Want To Be A War Bride (cut after opening):

1. Gershwin Rarities, Walden (M) 303 (Louise Carlyle with the John Morris Trio) [reissued as CD/Harbinger HCD 1603]

March Of The Swiss Soldiers (inst.):

1. Instrumental Selections From Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George And Ira Gershwin Song Book, 45EP/Verve EPV-5069 (orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle) [also 45/Verve V-10194X45]

Unrecorded Material:

Finaletto Act II, Scene 1 (dropped during rehearsals; fragment survives)
Finaletto Act II, Scene 1 (revised version) (cut before opening; lyrics lost)
Nursie, Nursie (cut from the 1927 version of the score; much of the music is missing)
Thanks To You (not used)
There Was Never Such A Charming War (not used; lyric adapted from "Oh, This Is Such A Lovely War" from STRIKE UP THE BAND (1927))