Hot Chocolates

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Hot Chocolates is a musical revue with music by Fats Waller and Harry Brooks and book by Andy Razaf.[1] Performed at the Hudson Theater in New York City, the show was directed by Leonard Harper and ran for 219 performances from opening on June 20, 1929, to closing on December 14, 1929.[2]

Louis Armstrong made his Broadway debut with his role in the ensemble as part of the pit band for the show.

The show is also referred to as Connie's Hot Chocolates. It was staged, directed, and produced by Leonard Harper.


  • Louis Armstrong Ensemble
  • Jimmie Baskette Ensemble
  • Paul Bass Ensemble
  • Madeline Belt Ensemble
  • Dick Campbell Ensemble
  • Baby Cox Ensemble
  • Eddie Green (comedy sketches) Ensemble
  • Billy Higgins Ensemble
  • Louise Higgins Ensemble
  • Jubilee Singers Ensemble
  • Billy Marey Ensemble
  • Dolly McCormick Ensemble
  • Paul Meers Ensemble
  • Thelma Meers Ensemble
  • Jazzlips Richardson Ensemble
  • Margaret Simms Ensemble
  • Three Midnight Steppers Ensemble
  • Edith Wilson Ensemble

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  1. ^ "Playbill Vault". Retrieved 3 February 2015.
  2. ^ "IBDB". Retrieved 3 February 2015.

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