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A Runaway Girl   

 
Daly's Theatre, (4/23/1900 - 6/02/1900)
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Opening Date: Apr 23, 1900    
Closing Date: Jun 02, 1900 Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Corsica and Venice



Production Staff
Produced by Daniel Frohman
Book by Seymour Hicks and Harry Nicholls; Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; Lyrics by Aubrey Hopwood and Harry Greenbank
Directed by B. D. Stevens and Edwin Price
music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Avery Hopwood and Harry Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Breathe Soft, Wind of the SouthChorus
The Sly CigaretteWinnifred Gray (an orphan) and Chorus
My KingdomPietro Pescara (Leonello's aider and abettor), Boccaccio (Member of the Band), Doloroso (Member of the Band) and Santa Cruz (Member of the Band)
Not The Sort of Girl I'd Care AboutGuy Stanley (Lord Coodle's nephew) and Chorus
I'm Only a Poor Singing GirlWinnifred Gray (an orphan) and Chorus
No One in the World Like You
(music by Alfred D. Cammeyer)
Winnifred Gray (an orphan) and Guy Stanley (Lord Coodle's nephew)
Follow the Man from Cook'sFlipper (a Jockey) and Principals
ACT 2 Sung By
The Soldiers in the ParkDorothy Stanley (a Cook's Tourist) and Chorus
Beautiful VeniceWinnifred Gray (an orphan) and Chorus
TarantellaProfessor Tamarind (Teacher at the School of St. Pierre), Carminita (one of the band) and Chorus
The Boy Guessed Right (the Very First Time)
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Winnifred Gray (an orphan) and Chorus
The PickaninniesAlice (Lady Coodle's maid) and Flipper (a Jockey)
High Society
(lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Lionel Monckton)
Carminita (one of the band) and Chorus