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The Giddy Throng   

New York Theatre , (12/24/1900 - 5/11/1901)
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Opening Date:Dec 24, 1900   
Closing Date:May 11, 1901 Total Performances:164

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A burlesque review in one act, preceded by a vaudville program
Setting: An office, the Carvel-Quex Manor, the Manicure's office, the Duchess' boudoir, and the battlefield of Wagram

Production Staff
Produced by Henry B. Sire and Meyer L. Sire
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Book by Sydney Rosenfeld; Lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld; Featuring songs by Ivan Caryll and Mike Bernard; Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent P. Bryan
Staged by Frank Smithson; Vaudeville staged by Lionel Lawrence; Choreographed by Carl Marwig
Scenic Design by Lewis & MacCoughtry
Grafton Baker A Tenor Hero
The Doctor
Vaudeville Performer
Marie Baldwin Ensemble
Marguerite Binford A Typical Tenderloiner
Lilly Brink Ensemble
Emma Carus Lady Francis Hope
Vaudeville Performer
Mattie Chapin Ensemble
Attalie Claire Ensemble
Frank Doane Richard Carvel
Mabel Fenton Sophy Fulgarney
Charles Fitz A Noted Chief
L. B. (Louis) Foley A Noted President
Mayme Gehrue The Drummer Boy's Sweetheart
Mamie Gilroy Dorothy Manners
Ethel Goodyear Ensemble
William Gould David Harum
Joseph Harrington Mr. Noble Rohman
Louis Harrison Lord Quex
Georgia Kelly Ensemble
Daniel MacAvoy Flambeau
Inez Marcel Ensemble
Jessie May Vaudeville Performer
John Mayon
Muriel Milton Ensemble
Beula Montroise Ensemble
Vera Morris Lady Allover
Fred Niblo Vaudeville Performer
Theodore S. Peters A New Reformer
Charles H. Prince Foxy Quiller
Pat Rooney An Office Boy
A Drummer Boy
Leonora Ruiz Ensemble
Pearl Stilson Ensemble
Amelia Summerville The Duchess of Sirood
Torcat the Musical Eccentric Vaudeville Performer
May Yohe Lady Muriel Despair
Ethel York Ensemble
music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 2Sung By
Powder Your Nose The Duchess of Sirood
Kiss Me to Sleep
(music by Ivan Caryll)
Lady Muriel Despair
Down By the River
(music by Ivan Caryll)
Lady Muriel Despair
Since Sally's in the Ballet
(music by Mike Bernard; lyrics by Vincent P. Bryan)
Lady Francis Hope