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The Girl from Utah   

 
Knickerbocker Theatre, (8/24/1914 - 12/05/1914)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 24, 1914    
Closing Date: Dec 05, 1914 Total Performances: 120

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and four scenes
Setting: London, England



Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Book by James T. Tanner; Music by Paul Rubens and Sydney Jones; Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross; Additional numbers by Jerome D. Kern; Musical Director: Gustave Salzer; Additional music by Herman Finck, Harry Castling, C. W. Murphy, Worton David and Chris Smith; Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Arthur Wimperis, Herbert Reynolds and Bert Lee
Staged by J. A. E. Malone
Gowns and costumes by Schneider-Anderson Company
Cast
Edith AllenA Matinee Girl
Veronique BannerMrs. Ponsonby
Edith BarrA Waitress
George BishopLord Amersham
Donald BrianSandy Blair
leading man at the Gaiety Theatre
Frances BurressA Matinee Girl
Joseph CawthornTrimpel
of Brixton Rest
Jessie CraneA Flapper
Edgar DicksonPoliceman PR 38
Louise DonovanMiss Rosie Jocelyn
Actress at the Gaiety Theatre
Radford D'OrsayA Matinee Boy
Clara EckstromLady Muriel Chepstone
Dickson ElliottBobbie Longshot
Irene EnrightA Matinee Girl
Dorothy ErhardA Matinee Girl
Kathleen ErrollA Matinee Girl
Willie FinkA Matinee Boy
Venita FitzhughDora Manners
leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre
F. S. FoleyA Matinee Boy
Marie FrancisA Matinee Girl
William Francis, Jr.Comissionaire
Mabel GibsonMiss Lydia Saville
Actress at the Gaiety Theatre
Walter GilbertA Matinee Boy
Russell GriswoldDouglas Noel
George GrundyColonel Oldham-Pryce
Alma HarrisonMiss Violet Vesey
Actress at the Gaiety Theatre
Fannie HasbroekA Matinee Girl
Jacque HastingsA Matinee Girl
Kathleen HitchensA Waitress
William L. HobartA Matinee Boy
Edith HordlowA Matinee Girl
Catherine HurstA Matinee Girl
Margaret LangdonA Waitress
Harry LawLord Orpington
Eunice MacKayA Waitress
Olga MarkussonA Matinee Girl
Violet MarsdenA Waitress
Michael MathewsPage
Marie McCulloughA Matinee Girl
Caroline OdenA Matinee Girl
James O'NeillA Matinee Boy
Diane OsteMiss Mona West
Actress at the Gaiety Theatre
Lester OstranderA Matinee Boy
Alice PalmerHonorable Miss St. Auburn
Irene PalmerLady Mary Nowell
A Matinee Girl
Zamora PierceA Matinee Girl
Jack PotterA Matinee Boy
Renee ReelClancy
Miss Manners' maid
Julia SandersonUna Trance
The Girl from Utah
Gladys SiddonsA Matinee Girl
Frank SnyderA Matinee Boy
Charles VandivereA Matinee Boy
Queenie VassarLady Amersham
Lord Amersham's mother
A. von BereghyA Matinee Boy
Lorraine WatersA Matinee Girl
George WhartonArchie Tooth
Dorothy WilcockMiss Sylvia Paget
Actress at the Gaiety Theatre
Walter S. WillsDetective Shooter
of Scotland Yard
Louise WorthingtonA Waitress
Edward C. YeagerA Matinee Boy
music by Paul Rubens and Sydney Jones; lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Land of Let's Pretend
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Mother Will Be PleasedLord Amersham
Only to You
(lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Dora Manners (leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre) and Chorus
Gilbert the Filbert
(music by Herman Finck; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre) and Chorus
Follow Me (D'Ye Folly Me)Clancy (Miss Manners' maid) and Trimpel (of Brixton Rest)
(A) Girl From UtahUna Trance (The Girl from Utah) and Chorus
When We Meet the MormonUna Trance (The Girl from Utah), Dora Manners (leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre), Clancy (Miss Manners' maid) and Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
We're Getting On Very WellUna Trance (The Girl from Utah) and Trimpel (of Brixton Rest)
The Girl in the Clogs and Shawl
(music by Harry Castling and C. W. Murphy; lyrics by C. W. Murphy and Harry Castling)
Una Trance (The Girl from Utah), Trimpel (of Brixton Rest) and Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
ACT 2 Sung By
Where Has Una Gone?Dora Manners (leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre), Clancy (Miss Manners' maid), Lord Amersham, Trimpel (of Brixton Rest) and Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
Call Right HereUna Trance (The Girl from Utah), Miss Mona West (Actress at the Gaiety Theatre), Miss Sylvia Paget (Actress at the Gaiety Theatre), Miss Lydia Saville (Actress at the Gaiety Theatre), Miss Violet Vesey (Actress at the Gaiety Theatre) and Miss Rosie Jocelyn (Actress at the Gaiety Theatre)
Same Sort of Girl
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Una Trance (The Girl from Utah) and Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
Florrie the Flapper
(music by Herman Finck; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Trimpel (of Brixton Rest)
Garden GateUna Trance (The Girl from Utah), Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre) and Trimpel (of Brixton Rest)
Nothing at All
(lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Clancy (Miss Manners' maid)
The Music of LoveDora Manners (leading lady of the Gaiety Theatre) and Lord Amersham
You Never Can Tell
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Una Trance (The Girl from Utah) and Men
They Didn't Believe Me
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds)
Una Trance (The Girl from Utah) and Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
(At Our) Tango Tea (Last Week)
(music by Worton David; lyrics by Bert Lee)
Trimpel (of Brixton Rest)
(Why Don't They Dance) the Polka (Anymore?)
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Harry Smith)
Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre) and Chorus
Ballin' the Jack
(music by Chris Smith; lyrics by Harry Smith)
Sandy Blair (leading man at the Gaiety Theatre)
Land of Let's Pretend (Reprise)
(music by Jerome D. Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)