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Lady Teazle   

Casino Theatre , (12/24/1904 - 2/11/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Dec 24, 1904   
Closing Date:Feb 11, 1905 Total Performances:57

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: London, England

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Sam and Lee)
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Book by John Kendrick Bangs and Roderic C. Penfield; Based on "The School for Scandal" by Richard Brinsley Sheridan; Lyrics by John Kendrick Bangs and Roderic C. Penfield; Musical Director: Gustav Kerker; Music orchestrated by Saddler-Nelson Bureau
Staged by R.H. Burnside; Production Supervised by Sam S. Shubert
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Josephine Angela Chorus
Augustus Barratt Sir Benjamin Backbite
W.T. Carleton Sir Peter Teazle
Phoebe Coyne Mrs. Candour
Louise De Rigney Chorus
Rita Dean Chorus
John Dunsmure Snake
Madeline Durand Chorus
Lou Grule Chorus
Clarence Handyside Sir Oliver Surface
Stanley Hawkins Joseph Surface
Claire Lane Chorus
Edmund Lawrence Moses
Lou Leighton Chorus
Essie Lyons Chorus
May Maloney Chorus
Esther Marks Chorus
Nellie McCoy Mollie
Albert McGuckin Trip
Margaret Rohe Chorus
Lillian Russell Lady Teazle
Elsa Ryan Maria
Lucille Saunders Lady Sneerwell
Ella I. Smythe
Jack Taylor Sir Harry Taylor
Grace Townshend Chorus
Marjorie Walton Chorus
Hattie Waters Chorus
Owen Westford Crabtree
Van Rensselaer Wheeler Charles Surface
Albert Wilder Careless
ACT 1Sung By
The Smart Set Chorus
The Power of the Press Snake
The Scandal Club Charles Surface
Charity Lady Teazle
Love By Proxy Lady Teazle and Charles Surface
The Widow Lady Teazle
In (Dear Old) Grandma's Days Maria
Were I Happily Married Lady Teazle, Joseph Surface, Sir Peter Teazle and Snake
The Power of the Press Snake
Roger DeCoverly Chorus
The Gay Divorcee Lady Teazle
ACT 2Sung By
Here's to the Bashful Girl of Fifteen Sir Harry Taylor
Dear Old London Town Joseph Surface
The Dance Mollie
The Auction Charles Surface
The Consciousness of Innocence Joseph Surface and Lady Teazle
The Dainty Little Milliner Lady Teazle, Sir Peter Teazle and Joseph Surface
The Wherefore and the Why Lady Teazle
Macaronis We Sir Benjamin Backbite
You've Lied to Me Lady Sneerwell
Tittle Tattle Chorus
Oh, How Sweet Is the Hour of Victory Lady Teazle