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The Sho-Gun   

Wallack's Theatre, (10/10/1904 - 1/21/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 10, 1904    
Closing Date: Jan 21, 1905 Total Performances: 125

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: The imaginary island of Ka-Choo, in the Sea of Japan between Japan and Korea


Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Libretto by George Ade; Music by Gustav Luders; Musical Director: John McGhie
Directed by George F. Marion; Choreographed by Sam Marion
Scenic Design by Walter Burridge; Costume Design by F. S. Neydhart and Will R. Barnes
Cast
Elinor Barras
Chorus
Frank Blackman
Chorus
Derby Brown
Chorus
Georgia Caine
Omee-Omi
widow of the former Sho-Gun
Eda Chandler
Chorus
Marie Christie
Tiki-Too
Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun
Albert Cunningham
Chorus
James Dale
Chorus
Myra Davis
U-Ju
Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun
Whitlock Davis
Chorus
Lucille DeMentz
Chorus
Hertha Engel
Chorus
Charles Evans
William Henry Spangle
an energetic pilgrim
Pansy Farmer
Chorus
O. Fowle
Chorus
Olga Fredericks
Yung-Fun
Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun
Genevieve
Chorus
Lulu Hamill
Chorus
Muriel Harmon
Chorus
Arney Henry
Chorus
Olive Hill
Chorus
Morris Hiller
Chorus
Edna Jackson
Chorus
J. H. Keenan
Chorus
Grace King
Moo-Zoo May
first of the Sing-Song girls
Amy LaDew
Chorus
Georgena Leary
Nanni-Fan
Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun
Thomas C. Leary
Hanki-Pank
astrologer and dealer in proverbs
Christie MacDonald
Princess Hunni-Bun
niece of Sho-Gun
Anita Marik
Chorus
Edward Martindel
His Excellency Flai-Hai
the Sho-Gun of Ka-Choo
Dorothy Maynard

May Murray
Chorus
Rose Murray
Chorus
Arthur O'Bryan
Wi-Ju
a publicity promoter
E. O'Connor
Chorus
George Ollerenshaw
O Hung
a messenger on the dark path
Grace Overand
Chorus
E. Percy Parsons
Sha-Man
a Head Priest
Carrie E. Perkins
The Dowager Hi-Faloot
first of the exclusives
Lucille Prince
Chorus
Etta Raynor
Chorus
William Reiske
Chorus
Patsy Rogers
Chorus
Loris Scarsdale
Kee-Zi
companion of Hunni-Bun
Agnes Sheridan
Chorus
Cora Spicer
Tah-Tah
Maid of Honor attending Hunni-Bun
Alex B. St. Johns
Chorus
Carlyle Sweitler
Chorus
Henry Taylor
Beverly Dasher
Ensign U.S. Navy
P. H. Tazeman
Chorus
Fay Tincher
Chorus
Lucy Tonge
Chorus
David Torrence
General Kee-Otori
a military grandee
Grace Walsh
Chorus
Virgie Ware
Chorus
William C. Weedon
Tee-To Komura
a despised bachelor
Ocie Williams
Chorus
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by George Ade
ACT 1 Sung By
Teach the Young Idea How to Shoot Hanki-Pank (astrologer and dealer in proverbs) and Chorus
I Am, Yours Truly Tee-To Komura (a despised bachelor)
Life All Free from Care Tee-To Komura (a despised bachelor) and Bachelors' Chorus
(Keep Your Eye on) The Girl Just Out Princess Hunni-Bun (niece of Sho-Gun), General Kee-Otori (a military grandee), The Dowager Hi-Faloot (first of the exclusives) and Chorus
Little Moo-Zoo May Moo-Zoo May (first of the Sing-Song girls) and Chorus
Flutter, Little Bird Princess Hunni-Bun (niece of Sho-Gun), Hanki-Pank (astrologer and dealer in proverbs), Tee-To Komura (a despised bachelor) and General Kee-Otori (a military grandee)
Soldiers' Chorus Chorus
The Irrepressible Yank The Dowager Hi-Faloot (first of the exclusives)
Mourners' Chorus Chorus
(The) Man She'll Never Meet Omee-Omi (widow of the former Sho-Gun) and Chorus
Love Must Be Blind Omee-Omi (widow of the former Sho-Gun) and William Henry Spangle (an energetic pilgrim)
ACT 2 Sung By
Wistaria My Bride Princess Hunni-Bun (niece of Sho-Gun) and Chorus
Your Honeymoon Will Last Princess Hunni-Bun (niece of Sho-Gun) and Tee-To Komura (a despised bachelor)
Hiko Chorus Chorus
The Games We Used to Play William Henry Spangle (an energetic pilgrim), Moo-Zoo May (first of the Sing-Song girls) and Chorus
Wedding Chorus Chorus
The Sho-Gun of Ka-Choo His Excellency Flai-Hai (the Sho-Gun of Ka-Choo) and Chorus
The Jackie Beverly Dasher (Ensign U.S. Navy) and Chorus