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The Girl From Paris   

 
Herald Square Theatre , (circa. 12/1896 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Dec 1896   
Closing Date:Closing date unknown Total Performances:

Category: Musical, Original
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Honeycomb's lawn, Kingston-on-Thames and the Spa Hotel in Schoffenburgen


Production Staff
Music by Ivan Caryll; Book by George Dance; Music orchestrated by George Hayes
Staged by Frank Smithson
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Frank Rafter
Company Manager: Edward E. Rice
Chef d'Orchestre Herman Perlet
Cast
Nina Ainscoe Ethel
The Major's daughter
Adele Archer Angela
The Major's daughter
Olivia Astor Violet
The Major's daughter
Grace Belasco Anna
A servant
Charles A. Bigelow Mr. Ebenezer Honeycomb
Edward Chapman Amos Dingle
Honeycomb's friend
Phoebe Cohen Mrs. Honeycomb
Charles Dickson Tom Everleigh
A barrister
Josie Fairbanks May
The Major's daughter
Josephine Hall Ruth
Honeycomb's servant
May Hamilton Edith
The Major's daughter
Joseph W. Herbert Mr. Auguste Pompier
A French spy
Thomas Kierns Blatterwater
A gendarme
May Lavigne Gretchen
Clara Lipman Mlle. Julie Bon Bon
The Gay Perisienne
Louis Mann Hans
Proprietor of the Spa Hotel, Schoffenburgen
Willis Norton Mabel
Norah's friend
Matthew Ott Fritz
A servant
Ida Rock Gladys
The Major's daughter
John Savage Cecil Smyth
Ducle's friend
Cheridah Simpson Norah Honeycomb
Frank Smithson
Broadway Debut
Major Fossdyke
Of the Battersea Butterfly Shooters
Sydney Tovey Percy Tooting
Ducle's friend
Harold Vizard Algernon P. Ducle
An American
Anita Wilson Maud
The Major's daughter
Nellie Wilson Rose
The Major's daughter
music by Ivan Caryll
ACT 1Sung By
Hail for the Thames on a Summer's Day Chorus
So Take You a Warning Mr. Ebenezer Honeycomb and Chorus
Somebody Tom Everleigh (A barrister) and Norah Honeycomb
The Battersea Butterfly Shooters Major Fossdyke (Of the Battersea Butterfly Shooters) and Chorus
I'm All the Way from Gay Paree Mlle. Julie Bon Bon (The Gay Perisienne) and Mr. Auguste Pompier (A French spy)
Then Off We Go
Tweedledum and Tweedledee Mr. Ebenezer Honeycomb and Mlle. Julie Bon Bon (The Gay Perisienne)
Cock-a-doodle Mlle. Julie Bon Bon (The Gay Perisienne), Mr. Auguste Pompier (A French spy), Mrs. Honeycomb and Mr. Ebenezer Honeycomb
Hail, the Hero of the Day Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
Isn't It Wonderful Chorus
The Festive Continong Tom Everleigh (A barrister), Percy Tooting (Ducle's friend), Cecil Smyth (Ducle's friend) and Algernon P. Ducle (An American)
First and Third Mr. Ebenezer Honeycomb and Mlle. Julie Bon Bon (The Gay Perisienne)
Sister Mary Jane's Top Note Ruth (Honeycomb's servant) and Chorus
Oh, Tender Remembrance Norah Honeycomb and Chorus
Tootle, Tootle Mrs. Honeycomb, Major Fossdyke (Of the Battersea Butterfly Shooters), Ruth (Honeycomb's servant) and Mr. Auguste Pompier (A French spy)
Ding-Dong
Upon the Stage Let's Have a Fling Ruth (Honeycomb's servant) and Major Fossdyke (Of the Battersea Butterfly Shooters)
Carnival Chorus
Just for a Kiss
The Girl from Paris
He Took It In a Good-natured Way