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Three Little Lambs   

Fifth Avenue Theatre , (12/25/1899 - circa. 2/1900)
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Opening Date:Dec 25, 1899   
Closing Date:Feb 1900 Total Performances:49

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: New York City and Porto Rico

Production Staff
Produced by The Fifth Avenue Theatre
Music by Edward W. Corliss; Book by R. A. Barnet; Lyrics by R. A. Barnet; Musical Director: J. E. Nicol
Scenic Design by Henry E. Hoyt and Ernest M. Gros; Costume Design by M. J. Quimby
Gerry Ames Mrs. Stuyvesant Van Brunt
Louise Averill Cissie Larks
James Beall Chorus
Nellie Braggins Gretchen Dare
Marie Cahill Phyllis Argyle
William T. Carleton Dakota Dick
Marion Carlton Mrs. J. Winston Von Becker
Lita Castello Miss Marie Livingston
James Castle Head porter
Beatrice Clements Bank Messenger
Lillian Collins Alice Bolt
Grace Darley Chorus
Minnie Echard Chorus
Lawrence Flynn Detective
Violet Goodall
Francesca Gordon Dotty Spensir
Tom Hadaway Willie Putter
Ida Hawley Janet Vane
Raymond Hitchcock David Tooke
Berta Hobson Rhoda Huggins
H. G. Hoffman Second Waiter
Randolph Jones Policeman No. 1
Marie Lamar Chorus
Edmund Lawrence Hungry Jim
Louise Lloyd Mrs. P. Nichols Van Houlten
Laura Loesch Miss Daisy Smith Chattering
Marion Longfellow Esther Day
Clara Palmer Patience More
William E. Philp Jack Harwicke
Nellie Plummer Vallie Van de Beer
Florence Raymond Cora Fay
Theresa Renold Chorus
Richard Ridgely Algy Vandemeer
Adele Ritchie Beatrice Jerome
Suzanne Santje Mrs. Miles Standish Cabot
Percy Smith Organ-grinder
John Taylor Mr. James Meek
Gertrude Townsend Miss Mayflower Kiddle
Lionel Varnum First Waiter
Harold Vizard Colonel Bogey Bulger
Blanche Ward Mrs. J. Martha Raymond
Robert Warring Mr. William Chatham
Thomas Whiffen O'Hara
Thomas E. Whitbread Lieutenant Barker
George Williams John Wilson
Frank Wise Policeman No. 2
music by Edward W. Corliss; lyrics by R. A. Barnet
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Hurdy Gurdy Man Beatrice Jerome and Jack Harwicke
The Dresden China Girl Beatrice Jerome and Double Male Quartette
Three Little Lambs Phyllis Argyle, David Tooke and Hungry Jim
Mistress Muse Phyllis Argyle, Hungry Jim and Chorus
The Jollity Ballet Eight Jollity Girls
The Bugaboo Man
(music by J. E. Nicol)
Gretchen Dare, Pickaninnies and Chorus
Dakota Dick Dakota Dick and Chorus
Long Ago Dakota Dick and Gretchen Dare
What You Don't Know Colonel Bogey Bulger, Willie Putter, Patience More and Janet Vane
Only a Heart Jack Harwicke and Beatrice Jerome
Peggy Blake O'Hara and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
Dreamily Dream Jack Harwicke and Chorus
The Pussy Cat Gretchen Dare and Chorus
(That Naught Little, Sporty Little) Gay Golf Ball Colonel Bogey Bulger and Chorus
Willye Wyllie Patience More and Jollity Girls
Down on the Farm David Tooke, Hungry Jim and Phyllis Argyle
Dramatic Patrol Jack Harwicke, Dakota Dick, Beatrice Jerome and Chorus
Little Lola Little David Tooke, Hungry Jim, Phyllis Argyle and Directors
Charity Bazaar Full Chorus
The Man Behind the Gun Beatrice Jerome and Full Chorus