Lucy German as "MASHKA,"
at Saks and Goldberg's National Theatre, Houston Street and
Second Avenue. Telephone: Orchard 2612.
Oscar Green presents Misha German's offering of Sholom
Secunda and Israel Rosenberg's greatest musical comedy.
Oscar Green presents Misha and Lucy German, Jechiel
Goldschmidt and Yudl Dubinsky, and the entire Hopkinson
a large Broadway chorus, male and female dancers. A large
symphony orchestra conducted by Sholom Secunda,
The sensational musical comedy, "Mashka," is now playing
every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday matinee and
CAPTIONS, left to right:
1. Oscar Green, manager of the Hopkinson Theatre, who
presents the greatest musical comedy of the season,
2. Sholom Secunda, the famous composer, who has composed the
music to this great operetta.
3. Israel Rosenberg, the famous playwright and author of the
libretto and lyrics of "Mashka."
4. Misha German, director of the Hopkinson Theatre, who has
produced the most successful play of the season, "Mashka."
1. A wonderful, highly poetic scene: Lucy German (Mashka)
and Yudl Dubinsky (Havrila) tell how they have said goodbye
to their town. -- 1st act.
2. Center cameo: Lucy German as "Mashka."
3. "Throw away the worries and whistles tomorrow! -- The
closing ensemble of the first act of Misha German's
production in the great, successful comedy, "Mashka."
1. Mashka and Havrila sing their happy "Chastushkes"
2. "Believe me, Papa, when you are in that cabaret and see
what I see, you would not come home for an entire week. -- A
scene filled with humor and laughter, in the 1st act of
"Mashka." Left to right: Misha German and Jechiel
1. Mazl tov, father-in-law! I whistled for you! -- the
strongest laugh scene, at the close of the 2nd act of the
great musical comedy, "Mashka."
2. A happy scene, filled with laughter, singing, Charleston,
kozatzkes, at the "Fourth of July celebration," in the 2nd
act of the beautiful musical comedy, "Mashka." From left to
right: Jechiel Goldschmidt, Ella Wallerstein, Lucy German,
Misha German, Albert Book (sp), Yudl Dubinsky, Leah Meltzer,
Isidore Friedman, Clara Rosenthal, Isidore Lupinsky. On top:
Morris Novikov and Tania Poland and the entire chorus.