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Hip! Hip! Hooray! [1907]    Joe Weber and His Company in Another Foolish Affair, A College Yell in Two Shouts

Weber's Music Hall, (10/10/1907 - 12/07/1907)
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Opening Date: Oct 10, 1907    
Closing Date: Dec 07, 1907 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Campus of Doolittle University and Interior of the College Boat Club.


Production Staff
Produced by Joe Weber
Music by Gus Edwards; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Lyrics for "You'll Never Know What Love Is Until I Love You" by Will D. Cobb and Matthew C. Woodward; Lyrics for "Old Friends" by Sam Ehrlich
Produced under the direction of Julian Mitchell
Costume Design by Mme. Castel-Bert, Mme. De Wolfe, William H. Matthews, Cora MacGeachy and J. Henry Rowley; Lighting Design by Tom Smith; Settings painted by Ernest Albert
Orchestra under the direction of Anton Heindl
Cast
Dick Bernard
Michael Schultz
a smart little business man
Bessie Clayton
Tootsie Tripper
star of "The Parisian Pets" Burlesque Co.
William Gould
Punch Hardy
boxing instructor of the college boat club
Tom Lewis
Washington Deecy
a colored brother with pugilistic ambitions
Amelia Stone
Ivy Green
the belle of the college town
Valeska Suratt
Mrs. Vera Shapeleigh
a wealthy young widow with a taste for athletics
Harry Tighe
Charles Horsley
Grienbacher's nephew, known as "Babe"
Joe Weber
Julius Grienbacher
a retired capitalist
Helen Barrett
Erminie Rellick
Parisien Pet
Pauline Barrett
Georgette Marion
Parisien Pet
Sylvia Beecher
Jewel Winner
Parisien Pet
Ruby Tanner
of the swell set
Beatrice Bertrand
Will Rowe
oarsman
Dorothy Bertrand
Toots Horne
a student
Martha Bright
Butt Innis
a student
Joe Burry
Owen Taylor
a student
H. Astor Cortwright
dawdler
Ethel Pony Cantor
Pipe Trainor
oarsman
Edna Chase
Dad Payson
a student
Mabelle Courtney
Carrie Waite
town girl
Agnes Dasmar
Hazie Knight
of the swell set
Daisy Delmar
Crabb Ketcham
oarsman
Howard Estabrook
Grey Matterson
a serious student
Lillian Fitzgerald
Maxine Freeman
Parisien Pet
Beatrice Harris
Dodge Work
oarsman
Lillian Harris
Hattie Josephs
Parisien Pet
Helen Heins
Cheta Singer
Parisien Pet
May Hopkins
Eve Walker
town girl
Georgia Howard
Wright Holmes
a student
Harry Brokaw
oarsman
Bonny Hoyt
Vera Laight
Parisien Pet
Beatrice Learwood
Kid Glover
a student
Ruby Lewis
Alvie Holbrook
Parisien Pet
Eunice MacKay
Iona Banker
Parisien Pet
Selma Mantell
Pettie Fynes
Parisien Pet
Grace Middleton
Mrs. Lowe Bridges
of the swell set
Walter Paschal
Dope Stickney
a student
O. Willie Drinkwater
dawdler
Susie Pitt
Tote Flagg
a student
Tom Steers
oarsman
Nathalie Porter
Orr Locke
oarsman
Eleanor Rose
Hen Hussey
a student
Elenor Rose
Jack Tarr
oarsman
Max Scheck
Tode Marks
a student
Florence Schenck
Dottie Fisher
of the swell set
Mabel Snyder
Daisy Stringer
town girl
Raymond St. Elmo
J. Withers Carr
dawdler
W. Douglas Stevenson
Rush Lyons
an athletic student
Peggy Ten Brooke
Lota Boyes
town girl
Fay Tincher
Chip Chase
a student
William J. Tuite
Bob Upton
a student
Minerva Walton
Julie Tooker
Parisien Pet
Kitty Wheaton
Diamond Davis
Parisien Pet
Ernest Wood
Bat Strycker
a student
A. Thorley Budd
dawdler
music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Edgar Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Here on the Fence at Doolittle College Ensemble
(Let's) Wander Off Nowhere Erminie Rellick (Parisien Pet), Georgette Marion (Parisien Pet), Cheta Singer (Parisien Pet), Alvie Holbrook (Parisien Pet), Rush Lyons (an athletic student), Tode Marks (a student) and Bat Strycker (a student)
Coon College Washington Deecy (a colored brother with pugilistic ambitions)
What's the Use? (What's the Good?) Charles Horsley (Grienbacher's nephew, known as "Babe")
You'll Never Know What Love Is Until I Love You
(lyrics by Will D. Cobb and Matthew C. Woodward)
Ivy Green (the belle of the college town)
(Little) Tootsie Tripper Tootsie Tripper (star of "The Parisian Pets" Burlesque Co.)
All I Want in the Wide, Wide World Is You, Just You Ivy Green (the belle of the college town) and Charles Horsley (Grienbacher's nephew, known as "Babe")
Here in the Moonlight on the Fence
ACT 2 Sung By
Leader of Fashion Am I Mrs. Vera Shapeleigh (a wealthy young widow with a taste for athletics)
Put Me Among the Girls Punch Hardy (boxing instructor of the college boat club)
Zabelle Ivy Green (the belle of the college town)
Old Friends
(lyrics by Sam Ehrlich)
Mrs. Vera Shapeleigh (a wealthy young widow with a taste for athletics)
The College Boy's Dream Charles Horsley (Grienbacher's nephew, known as "Babe") and Tootsie Tripper (star of "The Parisian Pets" Burlesque Co.)
Peter Pan Tootsie Tripper (star of "The Parisian Pets" Burlesque Co.)
The Frolics of Pierrot Tootsie Tripper (star of "The Parisian Pets" Burlesque Co.)