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My Lady Peggy Goes to Town   

Daly's Theatre , (5/04/1903 - 5/23/1903)
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Opening Date:May 04, 1903   
Closing Date:May 23, 1903 Total Performances:24

Category: Play, Play with music, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: The days of George III, London, England

Production Staff
Produced by Cecil Spooner
Written by Frances Aymar Mathews; Revised by Eugene W. Presbrey; Featuring songs by Roy Newton Hair, William Jerome and Jean Schwartz; Musical Director: Roy Newton Hair
Staged by Eugene W. Presbrey
Scenic Design by Harley Merry; Costume Design by Dazian, Charles Chrisdie and Marie Cummings
Etienne Girardot Sir Robin McTart
Walter Hale Sir Percy de Bohun
Edward Locke The Earl of Exham
Cecil Spooner Lady Peggy Burgoyne
Edgar Allen Second Assassin
Lillian Avann Lady Diana Weston
Helen Barker Bess
Catherine Belle The Duchess of Escombe
Jeffrey Blaine Chalk
Charles F. Blair Jake
Comer W. Breedlove Dick
Clara Coleman Jane Chockey
Edwin H. Curtis Dr. Nicholas
Lee Daniel Sir Charles Wyatt
Ethel Dwyer Folly
Earl Ford Dan
Charles Gibson Michael
Frederick Guest Tompers
Robert Kosciusko Harlequin
Mildred Lawrence Lady Biddy O'Toole
Frances Lloyd Lady Vernon
Ashley Miller Lord Chalmers
Marion Miller Lady Wooton
J. H. Montgomery Lord Lovell
Katherine Morgan Jean
Cora Morlan Hon. Dolly Tarleton
Charles C. Palmer Landlord of the "Queen and Artichoke"
Lynn Pratt Mr. George Brummell
Edward C. Rooney Binks
C. Russell Sage First Assassin
Frank Stanton Stubs
Florence Sweeney Hester
Gray B. Towler The Duke of Escombe
Reta Villiers Frowse
Mortimer Weldon Lord Kennaston
Ogden S. Wright Biggs

When George the Third Was King
(music by Roy Newton Hair)