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The Girl from Home   

Globe Theatre, (5/03/1920 - 5/22/1920)
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Opening Date: May 03, 1920    
Closing Date: May 22, 1920 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The deck of the Steamship Bolivar in the Harbor of Porto Banos in the Republic of San Manana in Central America, the Hotel Del Prado, and the Consulate of the United States in Porto Banos.


Production Staff
Produced by Charles B. Dillingham
Music by Silvio Hein; Book by Frank Craven; Lyrics by Frank Craven; Musicalized from a farce by Richard Harding Davis; Musical Director: Anton Heindl
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Costume Design by O'Kane Conwell; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, William Castle, Tarrazona Brothers and Mark Lawson
Cast
John Allan
Ensemble
William Boren
Ensemble
Alma Braham
Ensemble
Sophie Brenner
Sister May
Jessica Brown
Dance Specialty
Sam Burbank
Lieut. Victor
William Burress
General Santos Campos
Gladys Caldwell
Lucy Sheridan
Eduardo Cansino
Dance Specialty
Elsa Cansino
Dance Specialty
Mary Ellen Capers
Ensemble
Clara Carroll
Sister Clara
Jean Carroll
Ensemble
Walter Coupe
Rev. Arthur Bostick
Frank Craven
Brook Travers
alias "Steve Hill"
Peggy Dana
Ensemble
Margarita Flora DeMayo
Dance Specialty
Edna Fenton
Sister Isabelle
Marie Fredericks
Ensemble
Dorothy Grace
Ensemble
Dorothy Haighton
Ensemble
John Hendricks
Jose Dravo
Harry King
Ensemble
Charles Kirby
Ensemble
Doris Landy
Ensemble
Estelle MacIntosh
Ensemble
George E. Mack
Dr. Vasquez
Russell Mack
Charles Hyne
Arline Mason
Ensemble
Eleanor Masters
Sister Eleanor
Thomas Maynard
Ensemble
Janet Megrew
Sister Mabel
Charles Mitchell
Duffy
Mayre Morris
Ensemble
Bonnie Murray
Ensemble
Robert Norman
Ensemble
John Parks
Col. John T. Bowie
Harry Pierce
Ensemble
Ann Poulson
Ensemble
Jed Prouty
Simpson
alias "Jim Dodd"
Joe Qualters
Ensemble
Elizabeth Reed
Ensemble
Ione Ritchie
Ensemble
Marie Sewell
Sister Marie
Virginia Shelby
Sister Agnes
Marion Sunshine
Merci Hope
Jose Vallhonrat
Senor Hoakumo
Hazel Webb
Ensemble
Kathryn Yates
Sister Helen
Flora Zabelle
Senora Juanita Arguilla
music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Frank Craven
ACT 1 Sung By
All Ashore Ensemble
Nine Little Missionaries Lucy Sheridan and Missionaries
Just Say Good-Bye Merci Hope, Charles Hyne and Ensemble
Ocean Blues Charles Hyne and Ensemble
Bit o' Breeze Dance Specialty
ACT 2 Sung By
Porto Banos Ensemble
Our Presidents Jose Dravo and Ensemble
Sometime Senora Juanita Arguilla
Vanity Dance Specialty
Manana Lucy Sheridan and Boys
The Wireless Heart Merci Hope, Charles Hyne and Ensemble
El Presidente General Santos Campos and Ensemble
I'll Be Dictator Principals and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
(It's) A Wonderful Spot Brook Travers (alias "Steve Hill") and Simpson (alias "Jim Dodd")
By the Palmist Tree Lucy Sheridan
Mirimba (Marimba) Merci Hope and Charles Hyne