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The World's Fair    or, London in 1851

Burton's Chambers Street Theatre, (2/15/1851 - 3/1851)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 15, 1851    
Closing Date: Mar 1851 Total Performances:

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A Cosmopolite Pre-maturity

Production Staff
Produced by William E. Burton
Scenic Design by George Heilge; Costume Design by Mr. M. Keyser
Mr. G. Barton
an Italian
Mrs. Bell
Arabian Girl
Mr. Bland
The Bosjeman
from the Cape Country
William E. Burton
William Waggles
principal managing director of the great Fair of all nations
Miss Cooke
Fair Star
a Squaw
Miss Day
The Light of the Morning
Mr. Frédéric
Colonel Laforet
a French Republican
Mr. Gourlay
a negro
Mr. Henry
Amin Bey
from Constantinople
Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Jones
Miss Jane Hill
The Greek Slave
Mrs. George Holman
escaped from a Harem
George Holman
The Original John Smith
Mr. Howard
Ching Loo
a mild Mandarin, from the Celestial Empire
Father Time
his first appearance on the boards of a Theatre
Mrs. Esther Hughes
Mrs. Smudge
keeper of a London Lodging house
Mr. Johnston
Pete Gotobed, Esq.
from Vermont, Barnum's agent
T.B. Johnston
Mynheer Swyzeldam
from Rotterdam
Mr. Jordan
Count Kamouski
from the Russian Empire
Mr. M. Keyser
Esquimaux Indian
Mr. Levere
Cherokee Chief
Mr. Moore
Don Pedro
a Spaniard
Charles T. Parsloe
Cherokee Chief
Mr. George Skerrett
Bill Wilkes
errand boy at a lodging house
Mrs. George Skerrett
Miss Smudge
Mrs. Smudge's daughter, beloved by John Smith
Miss Annie Walters
Madame Cherinski
Miss Weston
Signorina Francesca
Miss Wilson
Esquimaux Indian