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The Sambo Girl   

 
West End Theatre , (10/16/1905 - 10/23/1905)
American Theatre , (10/23/1905 - 10/28/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Oct 16, 1905   
Closing Date:Oct 28, 1905 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts


Production Staff
Produced by Eva Tanguay and Joseph Gates Management
Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Music by Gustav Kerker; Musical Director: Charles E. Candee (Jr)
Cast
Melville Collins Raphael Rubens
an artist with American ideas of art and commerce
Marie Gribben Celeste
wife of Henri Dupont, a proffessor of home cooking
George K. Henery Henri DuPont
a Parisian modist of "A Worth" trademark
Harry Lane Willie Runabout
who was half-back at college but is a way back now
Florence Morrison Mme. Martini
Signor Samson, one of the Olympian circus, but wit
Arthur O'Keefe Angelo Martini
ballet master, but no master of Mmme. Martini
Eva Tanguay Carlotta Dashington
the Sambo Girl
Mildred Ashland Antoinette
Isabelle Burnside Susette
Helene Coyne Francine
Lottie Dethloff Adelaide
May Franklin Flora
Dora Goodwin Mascotte
Margaret Hamilton Etta
Lucia Hartford Natalie
Bessie Hively Madaline
Hilda Hollins Marie
Annie Lane Lilla
Jean Macnamee Helene
Genevieve Richmond Bella
Helen Rockwell Julie
Grace Sessler Lisette
music by Gustav Kerker; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1
At Dupont's (Opening Chorus)
I Don't Care
(music by Harry C. Sutton; lyrics by Jean Lenox)
Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl)
I'm a Bohemian
(music by Melville Collins; lyrics by Melville Collins)
Raphael Rubens (an artist with American ideas of art and commerce)
The Artist and His Model Celeste (wife of Henri Dupont, a proffessor of home cooking)
I'm for You-- Eva Tanguay
(music by Melville Collins; lyrics by Melville Collins)
Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl)
Flirting
(music by Harry C. Sutton; lyrics by Jean Lenox)
Raphael Rubens (an artist with American ideas of art and commerce) and Celeste (wife of Henri Dupont, a proffessor of home cooking)
Mlle. Kek-Kek (Finale) Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl) and Entire Company
ACT 2
Chorus of Students
My Ideal (from THE BLONDE IN BLACK) Celeste (wife of Henri Dupont, a proffessor of home cooking) and Chorus
The Firefly (My Little Firefly)
(music by Harry C. Sutton; lyrics by Jean Lenox)
Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl) and Raphael Rubens (an artist with American ideas of art and commerce)
Toreador Willie Runabout (who was half-back at college but is a way back now)
(The) Banjo Serenade Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl) and Chorus
From the Circus to the Grand Opera Is Only a Step Mme. Martini (Signor Samson, one of the Olympian circus, but wit)
(The) Drinking Song (Trio) Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl), Raphael Rubens (an artist with American ideas of art and commerce) and Henri DuPont (a Parisian modist of "A Worth" trademark)
Three Minutes with a Piano Raphael Rubens (an artist with American ideas of art and commerce)
Eva Tanguay's Love Song (I love but only one, and that is you)
(music by Melville Collins; lyrics by Melville Collins)
Carlotta Dashington (the Sambo Girl)
Finale