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The Flower of the Ranch   

Majestic Theatre, (4/20/1908 - 5/02/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 20, 1908    
Closing Date: May 02, 1908 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Melodrama, Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Tomahawk, California

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph E Howard Amusement Company, Inc.
Music by Joseph E. Howard; Book by Joseph E. Howard; Lyrics by Joseph E. Howard; Musical Director: Dayton C. Paine; Additional lyrics by Collin Davis; Featuring "(The Big) Banshee" by Frank Adams and Will M. Hough; Featuring "The Same Old Story" by Arthur Gillespie
Dramatic staging by Joseph E. Howard; Ensemble numbers staged by Ned Wayburn
La Petite Adelaide
the dancing girl
Mabel Barrison
Little Flower
a California bud
Joseph E. Howard
Jack Farnum
the owner of Big Horn Ranch
Edward Hume
a tenderfoot from Maine
Frederick Knight
Cheyenne Charlie
of the days of '49
Mart Lorenz
the Navajo Chief
Ruth Addington
Miss Trust
friend of Margaret
Emma Amsler
Broncho Buster
Camille Aster
Broncho Buster
William Betts
Judge Hopper
foster daddy to Little Flower
Ella Brandle
Miss Understand
friend of Margaret
Jessie Buckley
Broncho Buster
Margaret Davis
Broncho Buster
Severin De Deyn
Bob Brandon
the sheriff
M. Delaney
Cow Puncher
Forest Doolittle
Miss Behave
friend of Margaret
M. Fagin
Cow Puncher
A.A. Klein
Toni Miguel
a greaser
Camille LaVille
Broncho Buster
Janet MacDonald
Broncho Buster
J. P. MacSweeney
Sergeant McGinty, U.S.A.
of the garrison at Fort Custer
M. Marion
Cow Puncher
Lol Marlow
Broncho Buster
Verna Miller
Miss Taken
friend of Margaret
Ike Oliver
the barkeep at Little Flower's shack
M. Pickering
Cow Puncher
Leona Remington
Miss Judge
friend of Margaret
M. Rogers
Cow Puncher
Frederick Rogers
a cowpuncher
M. Short
Cow Puncher
Earl Stanley
Timberline Ike
a bad man from Farnum's Big Horn Ranch
Claudine Tienette
Broncho Buster
John Todd
Dick Spaulding
a graduate of West Point
Katherine Tormey
Miss Fortune
friend of Margaret
M. Williams
Cow Puncher
Alma Youlin
Margaret Merron
the new schoolmarm
music by Joseph E. Howard; lyrics by Joseph E. Howard
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
In the Shack That Little Flower Built Chorus
The Light That Lies in Women's Eyes Margaret Merron (the new schoolmarm) and Male Chorus
California, (Claremont)
(lyrics by Collin Davis)
Little Flower (a California bud), Male Chorus and Broncho Busters
Just Say You Care Little Flower (a California bud) and Jack Farnum (the owner of Big Horn Ranch)
The Round-Up Ensemble
(lyrics by Collin Davis)
Little Flower (a California bud) and Skivers (a tenderfoot from Maine)
ACT 2 Sung By
(lyrics by Collin Davis)
O'Kinahoke (the Navajo Chief) and Chorus
That's What a Fellow Does When He's in Love Little Flower (a California bud)
Love Up a Tree
(lyrics by Collin Davis)
Skivers (a tenderfoot from Maine) and Chorus
What's the Use of Dreaming Jack Farnum (the owner of Big Horn Ranch)
In the Days of '49 Cheyenne Charlie (of the days of '49) and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
The Garrison Ball Ensemble
Come On, the Music Is Fine Waunetta (the dancing girl)
(The Big) Banshee
(lyrics by Frank Adams and Will M. Hough)
Jack Farnum (the owner of Big Horn Ranch) and Chorus
The Pajama and the Nightie Little Flower (a California bud), Skivers (a tenderfoot from Maine) and Chorus
The Same Old Story
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Little Flower (a California bud) and Jack Farnum (the owner of Big Horn Ranch)
The Merry Widow Little Flower (a California bud) and Jack Farnum (the owner of Big Horn Ranch)