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The Awakening of Mr. Pipp   

 
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre, (3/21/1904 - 3/26/1904)
Murray Hill Theatre, (5/01/1904 - circa. 5/09/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 21, 1904    
Closing Date: May 09, 1904 Total Performances: 17

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Farce in Three Acts, 5 Scenes



Production Staff
Book by George Totten Smith and Charley Grapewin; Music by George Totten Smith and Charley Grapewin; Lyrics by George Totten Smith and Charley Grapewin; Musical Director: John Kurkamp; Featuring songs by Theodore Winthrop and George A. Nichols
Staged under the direction of Fred Wayne
Management: Samuel L. Tuck
Cast
Chris AllworthMax
waiter at Dore's
Isabel ArlingtonMiss Greene
Nellie BeaumontTessie Tiptoe
from the Jollity Theatre
John BurnsPaul
Professor Carter's friend
Brown
Anna ChanceMrs. Pipp
Pipp's better half
Frederick ClarenzeProfessor Carter
one of Dore's patrons
C. Al. ClarkeAdam Payne
the man-about-town
Tom CravenBig Bill
a policeman
Arthur CurtisWilliam
waiter at Dore's
George R. DonaldsonJimmy
a newsboy
Henry
waiter at Dore's
Louise GallowayDropsy
a poor relative of Mr. Pipp
Irena GoldenMiss Ables
Charley GrapewinMr. Pipp
a lawyer
AL. W. MaddoxMugsy
a messenger boy
Lizzie McCallLizzie Johnson
from Boston
Nora
Mabel MelvinHadda Nuff
Professor Carter's friend
Charles MortonThe Intruder
Burleigh MurrayMiss Caine
Miss Ables's friend
Frank OwenTony
a bootblack
Charles ProutySmith
Clarence Prouty"Kid" Curtis
Angie QuaidMiss White
Beatrice RayFlorrie Payne
Pipp's sister-in-law
George W. ReiffJack Edwards
Reggie's chum
Jules C. ReiffTom Murray
Reggie's chum
Luke SylvesterFat
a butcher boy
Joyce ThorneIda Nough
Professor Carter's friend
Amie L. TravisMrs. Hebe Payne
Pipp's mother-in-law
Fred WayneReggie Payne
Pipp's brother-in-law
music by George Totten Smith and Charley Grapewin; lyrics by George Totten Smith and Charley Grapewin
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Races
(music by Theodore Winthrop)
Company
(It's) Pie
(music by Theodore Winthrop)
Mr. Pipp (a lawyer) and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
When the Brass Band PlayedTessie Tiptoe (from the Jollity Theatre) and Company
You'll Be Sorry in the MorningMr. Pipp (a lawyer) and Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Blue BellDropsy (a poor relative of Mr. Pipp) and Mugsy (a messenger boy)
The Old Oaken Bucket for Mine
(music by George A. Nichols)
Mr. Pipp (a lawyer)
CallieTessie Tiptoe (from the Jollity Theatre) and Company
I Can Think Of Nothing Else But You, LouMrs. Pipp (Pipp's better half)