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The Hoyden   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (10/19/1907 - circa. 12/02/1907)
Wallack's Theatre, (12/02/1907 - 12/14/1907)
Grand Opera House, (1/27/1908 - circa. 2/01/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 19, 1907    
Closing Date: Feb 01, 1908 Total Performances: 66

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Normandy and Dieppe, France


Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham; Produced in association with Charles Frohman
Music by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers; Lyrics by Paul Rubens, John L. Golden and Robert Hood Bowers; Book by Cosmo Hamilton; from "La Soeur" by Tristan Bernard; Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers; Featuring songs with lyrics by Raymond W. Peck; Featuring "A Solitary Finish" by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams; Lyrics for "That's Why I Never Married" with Joseph Cawthorn; Featuring "On the Piazza" by George A Spink; Featuring "My Father's Wooden Leg" by Harry Dillon and Joseph Cawthorn; Featuring "Put Me Amongst the Girls" by Dan Lipton and George Arthurs
Staged by Ben Teal
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Mlle. Dazian
Cast
Nellie Beaumont
Ritz Santacierci
Annie Esmond
Miss Herminia Smith
Elsie Janis
Joan Talbot
known as "The Hoyden"
Elsie Janis
Armand Kalisz
Dr. Julian Gousse
Robert Lett
Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch
retired
Arthur Stanford
Harry Talbot
of London
Jane Archer
Ensemble
L. Beck
Ensemble
Ellen Beckwith
Ensemble
Leila Benton
Beatriz
guest of the hotel
E.W. Bosher
Ensemble
J. Brady
Ensemble
S.M. Burbank
Ensemble
Joseph Cawthorn
Baron Hugo Weybach
May Chapin
Ensemble
J.M. Colosanti
Ensemble
Mabel Croft
Gaston
Isabel D'Armond
Henriette
Joan's maid
Harry Depp
Danton
Libbian Diamond
Ensemble
Della Dolvan
Ensemble
May Emory
Elise
guest of the hotel
F. R. Fenn
Ensemble
L. Harkins
Ensemble
Bena Hoffman
Ensemble
Kathryn Hutchinson
Lucy Talbot
Daisy Johnstone
Ensemble
La Noveta
M'lle La Clairette
Edith Livingstone
Ensemble
Florence Major
Ensemble
Lillian McMillan
Ensemble
Evelyn Mitchell
Nanine
guest of the hotel
Bertha Morrell
Ensemble
Mae Murray
Ensemble
Marjorie Norton
Bebe
guest of the hotel
Ensemble
Eleanor Pendleton
Thais Coutier
Rita's friend
Nita Pierson
Nanette
guest of the hotel
Clara Pitt
Fleurette
guest of the hotel
Samuel Reed
Thomas Talbot
of New York
J. Robb
Ensemble
Ella Rock
Maud de Maulan
Rita's friend
Jane Rogers
Violette
guest of the hotel
J. Rose
Ensemble
Elsie Steele
Chris Angier
Rita's friend
W. Toland
Ensemble
Lottie Vernon
Marianne
guest of the hotel
Pauline Walden
Ensemble
Lionel Walsh
Hon. Bertie Cecil Grahame
a friend of Harry
Larry Ward
Theobold
a chauffeur
Robert Ward
Louis
a chauffeur
Dorothy Webb
Ensemble
Lura Wentworth
Ensemble
Minnie Whitmore
Ensemble
W. C. Wood
Ensemble
music by Paul Rubens, John Golden and Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Paul Rubens, John Golden and Robert Hood Bowers
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Every Fellow Wants to Love Me
(lyrics by Raymond W. Peck)
Henriette (Joan's maid)
Love's Prescription
(music by John L. Golden; lyrics by John L. Golden)
Lucy Talbot and Dr. Julian Gousse
A Solitary Finish
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Joan Talbot (known as "The Hoyden")
That's Why I Never Married
(lyrics by John Golden and Joseph Cawthorn)
Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch (retired)
ACT 2 Sung By
(Let's Go and Sit) On the Piazza
(music by George A Spink; lyrics by George A Spink)
Ritz Santacierci
Gretchen (Graetchen Madchen Mine) Joan Talbot (known as "The Hoyden") and Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch (retired)
I'm Growing Fond of You Joan Talbot (known as "The Hoyden") and Harry Talbot (of London)
ACT 3 Sung By
(I'd Like to) Lock You in My Heart (Lock Your Heart)
(lyrics by Raymond W. Peck)
Lucy Talbot
My Father's Wooden Leg
(music by Harry Dillon; lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn)
Baron Hugo Weybach, Dr. Julian Gousse, Hon. Bertie Cecil Grahame (a friend of Harry) and Harry Talbot (of London)
Put Me Amongst the Girls
(music by Dan Lipton; lyrics by George Arthurs)
Major Algernon Fitzhugh Finch (retired)
You're the Girl I Love Lucy Talbot
Finishing School (Finish) Joan Talbot (known as "The Hoyden")
Advertising Ritz Santacierci