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My Lady's Glove   

Lyric Theatre, (6/18/1917 - 6/30/1917)
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Opening Date: Jun 18, 1917    
Closing Date: Jun 30, 1917 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: The Barracks of the 25th Regiment at Chantilly near Paris, France in 1913


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton; Music by Oscar Straus; Lyrics by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton; Additional numbers by Sigmund Romberg; Based on a Viennese operetta 'Die schone Unbekannte' by Leopold Jacobson and Leo Stein; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Choreographed by Allan K. Foster; Production Supervised by J. J. Shubert
Costume Design by Mme. Kahn and Adler Costume Company
Cast
Isabel Adams
Chorus
Faye Atkins
Chorus
Gene Aubrey
Chorus
Pearl Baremore
Chorus
Helen Berkley
Chorus
Paul Burtnett
Lieutenant Victorien
Grace Burton
Chorus
Joan Butlin
Chorus
Sylvia Cassell
Chorus
Rebekah Cauble
Chorus
Florence Challenger
Chorus
Beatrice Cloak
Chorus
Suzanna Collingwood
Chorus
Grace Daniels
Charlotte
Ann Delmore
Chorus
Frances Demarest
Lydia Petrowska
Jack Donnelly
Chorus
Herman Fink
Chorus
Virginia Fissinger
Mlle. Montmartre
Eleanor B. Fox
Chorus
Lottie Franklyn
Chorus
Arthur Geary
Lieutenant Jureau
Mareta George
Chorus
C. H. Gilbert
Chorus
Mabel Godding
Chorus
C. L. Henderson
Chorus
Charles Judels
Colonel Bombarde
J. W. Kelly
Lieutenant Conde
Katherine Kildare
Chorus
Fay King
Chorus
Nita Lamabrid
Chorus
Madeline Levene
Chorus
Gladys Logan
Chorus
Doris Marvin
Mimi
Charles McNaughton
M. Theodore Lampelle
C. H. Miller
Chorus
Ned Monroe
Antoine
Ray Moore
Chorus
Alexander Morrissey
Chorus
Larry Mulvaney
Chorus
Maude Odell
Mme. Fifi
Charles Purcell
Captain Poildeau
Josephine Ray
Chorus
Helen Rintelen
Chorus
Harold Rolland
Chorus
Vivienne Segal
Elaine
Florence Shortell
Chorus
Horace Sinclair
Lieutenant Ponsonby
Joe Stenton
Chorus
Teddy Stevens
Chorus
Nadina Tagelli
Opera Specialty
Rose Timble
Chorus
Kenneth Tudor
Chorus
Neil Walton
Chorus
Pearl Weber
Chorus
Silvia Wood
Chorus
music by Oscar Straus; lyrics by Edgar Smith and Edward A. Paulton
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Officers of the 25th
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Lieutenant Ponsonby and Lieutenant Jureau
Keep Repeating It
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Lieutenant Jureau and Chorus
I'll Hate to Leave the Boys Captain Poildeau, Charlotte, Mimi and Officers' Daughters
Foolish Little Maiden, I
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Elaine
(Woman's Said to Be) The Fickle Sex
(music by Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Straus)
Elaine and Captain Poildeau
ACT 2 Sung By
I'm Madly in Love with a Dream Girl Captain Poildeau
Amorous Rose Lydia Petrowska, Colonel Bombarde, Lieutenant Ponsonby, Lieutenant Jureau, Captain Poildeau and Chorus
Do Buy Some Candy, Sir
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Elaine, Lieutenant Jureau, Lieutenant Ponsonby and Chorus
Secrecy Elaine, Lydia Petrowska, Mme. Fifi, Captain Poildeau, M. Theodore Lampelle and Lieutenant Ponsonby
I Mean to be Married as Soon as I Can Mme. Fifi and Colonel Bombarde
Prudence Has Fled Lydia Petrowska and Captain Poildeau
ACT 3 Sung By
Since To-Day Our Colonel's Mating Lieutenant Jureau, Antoine and Chorus
No More Girls for Me Captain Poildeau and Girls
An-ti-ci-pa-tion Lydia Petrowska and M. Theodore Lampelle
Look Before You Leap
(music by Sigmund Romberg)
Colonel Bombarde, Captain Poildeau, Lieutenant Jureau, Lieutenant Ponsonby, M. Theodore Lampelle and Antoine