Pinterest

IBDB: Internet Broadway Database Policies About the Internet Broadway Database Help FAQ/Contact the Internet Broadway Database
  Home Shows People Theatres Characters Awards Songs grosses  
The Broadway League
 

Official Broadway League sites:

 
Quick Search For:   In This Category:  
The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.

Alone at Last   

Shubert Theatre, (10/19/1915 - 3/18/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 19, 1915    
Closing Date: Mar 18, 1916 Total Performances: 180

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts and five scenes
Setting: Switzerland


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book adapted by Edgar Smith and Joseph Herbert; Music by Franz Lehár; Lyrics by Edgar Smith and Joseph Herbert; Based on an original Viennese book 'Endlicht Allein' by Robert Bodansky and Dr. A. M. Willner; Additional music by Gaetano Merola and Silvio Hein; Additional lyrics by Matthew Woodward, Roy Atwell and Benjamin Hapgood Burt; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Staged by J. H. Benrimo; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Scenic Design by James Surridge and John H. Young; Costume Design by Josephs, Frances and J.M. Gidding & Co.; Lighting Design by John Whelen
Cast
Roy Atwell
Count Willigard
Mabel Blake
Chorus
Marie Blucher
Chorus
Olga Britton
Chorus
Mildred Bronell
Mrs. Jeffry
Chorus
Ernest Brunniviora
Chorus
Adele Christy
Chorus
Jose Collins
Tilly Dachau
Harry Conor
Count Max Splenningen
Walter Croft
Rudiman
Chorus
Eleanor Dayne
Chorus
Clara DeBeers
Chorus
Ann Delmore
Chorus
Tracy Elbert
Chorus
Eugene Elliott
Chorus
Harold Everts
von Flamberg
Chorus
Rudolph Fink
Chorus
Maud Florenz
Chorus
Miriam Folger
Chorus
Maurice Gardener
Chorus
Blanche Georgi
Chorus
James Georgi
A Waiter
Mazie Gilmore
Chorus
Helen Glenmore
Chorus
Elizabeth Goodall
Mrs. Phoebe Cloverdale
Charles Guidion
Professor Dinglebender
Gursham Hall
Chorus
Gene Hamilton
Chorus
Bondi
Lillian Horn
Chorus
Virginia Lee
Chorus
Beth Lydy
Dolly Cloverdale
Alternate
Mazie Lyon
Chorus
Vivian Macdonell
Chorus
Marie Mann
Chorus
Lucy Maurelli
Chorus
Helen Mesereau
Chorus
Edward Mulcahy
Hans Ketterer
Marguerite Namara
Dolly Cloverdale
Lili Patay
Chorus
Helen Ray
Chorus
Harry Rose
Chorus
Eleanor Ryley
Chorus
Barbara Schaefer
Yvonne Everett
Henry Schiff
Chorus
Julius Schwartz
Chorus
Frank Sheppard
Chorus
Gladys Siddons
Chorus
Lillie Simpson
Chorus
Sol Singlust
Chorus
A Waiter
Frank Sparling
A Guide
Chorus
Mildred Stokes
Chorus
Alice Stratton
Chorus
Ethel Stuart
Chorus
John Charles Thomas
Baron Franz von Hansen
S. Paul Vernon
Morel
Head Porter
Margarite Vingut
Chorus
George Vogner
von Mannheim
George Wagner
Chorus
William Warren
Chorus
Constance Werner
Chorus
Vivian White
Chorus
Robert Whitehouse
Chorus
Harold Wright
Hotel Porter
Chorus
music by Franz Lehar; lyrics by Joseph Herbert and Edgar Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The Peasant Wedding Party Ensemble
One in the Game of Love Dolly Cloverdale and Entire Chorus
The Heart (Is) My Prize
(lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward)
Baron Franz von Hansen
Oh, My Darling Tilly Tilly Dachau and Count Willigard
Nature Divine
(lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward)
Dolly Cloverdale and Baron Franz von Hansen
Waltz Entrancing Tilly Dachau and Men
ACT 2 Sung By
Bright Morning Star Yvonne Everett and Chorus
Pretty Edelweiss
(lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward)
Dolly Cloverdale
Not Now, But By the Moon
(lyrics by Matthew C. Woodward)
Tilly Dachau and Count Willigard
Picnic in the Sky
(music by Gaetano Merola)
Tilly Dachau, Count Willigard, Count Max Splenningen, Mrs. Phoebe Cloverdale, Hans Ketterer and Chorus
This Is My World Dolly Cloverdale and Baron Franz von Hansen
Some Little Bug Will Find You Some Day
(music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Roy Atwell and Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Count Willigard
ACT 3 Sung By
Scandals in the Air Chorus
Return to Warm My Heart Again
(music by Gaetano Merola)
Tilly Dachau and Chorus