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Mary's Lamb   

New York Theatre, (5/25/1908 - 7/18/1908)
New York Theatre, (8/24/1908 - 9/05/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 25, 1908    
Closing Date: Sep 05, 1908 Total Performances: 80

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: Based on the French farce "Mme. Mongodin"
Setting: Lamb's house and Alan's Studio in Haverstraw, New York


Production Staff
Produced by Richard Carle
Music by Richard Carle; Book by Richard Carle; Lyrics by Richard Carle; Orchestra under the direction of Frank Darling; Featuring "Letters" by Robert Hood Bowers; Featuring "Love Is Elusive" by H.L. Heartz
Staged by Richard Carle
Costume Design by Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company and Ena Welch
General Manager: Charles Marks
Cast
Frank H. Belcher
"Bill" Blackwell
from Idaho
Richard Carle
Leander Lamb
a martyr
Henrietta Lee
Sylvia Montrose
a retired actress
Berta Mills
Phyllis Atwood
Lamb's niece
Elita Proctor Otis
Mary Miranda Lamb
a monarch
John B. Park
Alan Townshend
an artist
Edith St. Clair
Mercedes
Sylvia's maid
Abbott Adams
Judge Henry Gibson
Carmen Espinoza
Edna Sydney
Guest
Winifred Gilraine
Weenie
a Dutch girl
Howard Hall
Willis Brooks
Cadet
Marion Mills
Celia Dale
Guest
Harry Montgomery
Sylvester Q. Nightingale
a servant
Herman Noble
Stacy Miller
Cadet
Walter Paschal
Horace Drummond
Cadet
Evelyn Richman
Lucille St. John
Guest
E. Paul Souther
Guy Whitaker
Cadet
Rita Stanwood
Viola Fair
Guest
Ray Youngman
Clyde Wetherbee
a secretary
music by Richard Carle; lyrics by Richard Carle
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Marching (from THE SPRING CHICKEN) Celia Dale (Guest), Cadets and Guests
Never Borrow Trouble Phyllis Atwood (Lamb's niece) and "Bill" Blackwell (from Idaho)
Betsy's the Belle of the Bathers Leander Lamb (a martyr) and Alan Townshend (an artist)
Letters (from THE MAID AND THE MUMMY)
(music by Robert Hood Bowers)
Mercedes (Sylvia's maid) and Alan Townshend (an artist)
Jamais d'La Vie Sylvia Montrose (a retired actress) and Chorus
If No. 1 Met No. 2 Leander Lamb (a martyr) and Guests
ACT 2 Sung By
My Madagascar Maid Alan Townshend (an artist) and Boys
The Modest Little Model Sylvia Montrose (a retired actress) and Models
ACT 3 Sung By
We're Hollandaise Weenie (a Dutch girl) and Dutch Girls
Love Is Elusive (from THE TENDERFOOT)
(music by H.L. Heartz)
Phyllis Atwood (Lamb's niece)
I Idolize Ida "Bill" Blackwell (from Idaho), Boys and Girls