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1991 Reagle Players (Massachusetts)
1992 Lyric Theatre
1992 Texas Ballet (formerly Fort Worth Dallas Ballet)
1994 Kansas City Ballet
1997 Pennsylvania Ballet
1997 Texas Ballet (formerly Fort Worth Dallas Ballet)
1998 Cincinnati Ballet
1999 Birmingham Royal Ballet/Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet
2000 Birmingham Royal Ballet/Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet
2000 Miami City Ballet
2000 North Carolina Dance Theatre
2002 Ballet Arizona
2002 Boston Ballet
2002 Texas Ballet (formerly Fort Worth Dallas Ballet)
2004 Ballet Arizona
2004 Ballet du Capitole de Toulouse
2004 Pennsylvania Ballet
2007 The Suzanne Farrell Ballet
2008 Oregon Ballet Theatre
2009 Pacific Northwest Ballet
2010 Miami City Ballet
2010 Kansas City Ballet
2011 Pennsylvania Ballet
2012 Ballet de Capitale Toulouse
2012 Suzanne Farrell Ballet
2014 Birmingham Royal Ballet
2015 Nevada Ballet Theatre
2016 Richmond Ballet
2017 Pacific Northwest Ballet
2019 Miami City Ballet
2020 Washington Ballet
2022 Ballet Arizona
TWO A DAY FOR KEITH (Act I, Scene 1): Sung and danced by Dave Jones, Ethel Hampton, and Tyrone Kearney.
THE THREE B’S (Act I, Scene 3): Sung and danced by Ray Bolger and ensemble.
THERE’S A SMALL HOTEL (Act I, Scene 5): Sung and danced by Doris Carson and Ray Bolger.
LA PRINCESSE ZENOBIA BALLET (Act I, Scene 8): Princesse Zenobia, Tamara Geva; Beggar, Demetrios Vilan; Old Prince, William Baker; Young Prince, George Church.
QUIET NIGHT (Act II, Scene 1): Sung by Earle McVeigh, danced by the tap ensembles.
ON YOUR TOES (Act II, Scene 2): Doris Carson, Ray Bolger, David Morris, tap and ballet ensembles.
SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE BALLET (Act II, Scene 4): Hoofer, Bolger; Strip Tease Girl, Geva; Big Boss, Church.
August 3, 1937, Jones Beach Stadium, Long Island (‘additional choreography by Marjerie Fielding’).
Broadway revival October 11, 1954, Forty-sixth Street Theatre, New York (out-of-town preview September 25, Shubert Theatre, New Haven).
Broadway revival March 6, 1983, Virginia Theatre, New York (out-of-town preview December 19, 1982, Opera House, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.), with the 1968 version of SLAUGHTER ON TENTH AVENUE (including a cigarette sequence from the movie  not in the original stage version) and additional choreography by Peter Martins; tap sequences credited to Donald Saddler.
1937 adaptation including Princesse Zenobia and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (BBC [London])
1956 Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (NBC, Omnibus)