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Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (9/12/1927 - circa. 4/1928)
Casino Theatre, (4/30/1928 - 6/09/1928)
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Opening Date: Sep 12, 1927    
Closing Date: Jun 09, 1928 Total Performances: 312

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act I: A street in Frederick, Maryland. Act II: The Minister's house in Hagerstown. Act III: The Frietchie house in Frederick. 1862.



Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Sigmund Romberg; Book by Dorothy Donnelly; Lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly; Based on the play "Barbara Frietchie" by Clyde Fitch; Musical Director: Oscar Radin
Staged by J. C. Huffman; Musical Staging by Jack Mason; Staged under the supervision of J. J. Shubert
Scenic Design by Watson Barratt; Costume Design by Ernest Schrapps
Cast
Ivan AlexisChorus
Herman AmendChorus
L. R. ArcherChorus
Marion BallouMrs. Hunter
Vivian BartlettChorus
Lucie BelmontChorus
Isabel BlancaChorus
Leo BransonChorus
W. B. BrooksChorus
Lee BurroughsChorus
Leon CanovaChorus
Louis CasavantColonel Negly
Curt CombsChorus
Marybeth ConolyChorus
Thomas CoppeChorus
Arthur CunninghamTim Green
Edwin DelbridgeDr. Hal Boyd
George V. DillSergt. Perkins
Berta DonnSue Royce
Edward DonohueChorus
Frances DonovanChorus
James EllisGeneral Stonewall Jackson
Florence ElmoreChorus
John FrederickChorus
Harrison FullerChorus
Valerie GalanineChorus
Al GreenChorus
Viola GreenChorus
Rollin Grimes Jr.Edgar Strong
J. H. HalliganChorus
Gladys HeadChorus
Evelyn HerbertBarbara Frietchie
Florence HerbertChorus
Walter HerbertChorus
Walter HigginsChorus
Warren HullJack Negly
Joseph JohannChorus
Mattie KeeneMammy Lou
Efim KnoffChorus
Elsie KornegayChorus
Donald LeeChorus
Carl LinkeChorus
Robert MarcoChorus
Wallace MatticeFred Gelwex
Ernest McChesneyChorus
James MeighanArthur Frietchie
Fuller MellishMr. Frietchie
Margaret MerleLaura Royce
Robert MoodyChorus
Marion NewmanChorus
Patty PattersonChorus
George RosenerZeke Bramble
Vernon RudolphChorus
Joan RuthSally Negly
Earle SanbornChorus
Mildred SaundersChorus
Howard SchreiberChorus
Arthur ShermanChorus
Robert E. SmithChorus
Emily SmithsonChorus
E. B. SmytheChorus
Marian SothernChorus
Norma StrouseChorus
R. H. ThomasChorus
J. H. VantyleChorus
Frances WagnerChorus
Nathaniel WagnerCaptain Trumbull
Leo WilliamsChorus
music by Sigmund Romberg; lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly
ACT 1 Sung By
Strolling with the One I Love the BestSally Negly, Laura Royce, Edgar Strong, Dr. Hal Boyd and Chorus
Mr. CupidBarbara Frietchie, Sally Negly, Sue Royce and Laura Royce
Won't You Marry Me?Barbara Frietchie and Jack Negly
Your Land and My LandCaptain Trumbull and Men
The Same Silver MoonCaptain Trumbull and Barbara Frietchie
The Mocking BirdSally Negly, Sue Royce, Laura Royce, Dr. Hal Boyd, Edgar Strong, Boys and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Strawberry JamMrs. Hunter and Girls
MexicoZeke Bramble and Girls
Your Land and My Land (Reprise) Barbara Frietchie and Captain Trumbull
Something Old, Something NewBarbara Frietchie, Captain Trumbull, Mrs. Hunter and Sue Royce
The Same Silver Moon (Reprise) Barbara Frietchie and Captain Trumbull
Old John BarleycornBarbara Frietchie, Fred Gelwex and Tim Green
ACT 3 Sung By
Song of VictorySally Negly, Laura Royce and Girls
Ker-Choo!Sue Royce, Laura Royce and Sally Negly
Boys in GrayZeke Bramble, Edgar Strong, Dr. Hal Boyd, Sue Royce, Sally Negly, Boys and Girls
MotherBarbara Frietchie
Won't You Marry Me? (Reprise) Barbara Frietchie and Captain Trumbull
Bonnie Blue FlagSue Royce, Sally Negly, Laura Royce and Ensemble
Hail Stonewall JacksonEntire Company