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Broadway to Tokio   

New York Theatre , (1/23/1900 - 4/07/1900)
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Opening Date:Jan 23, 1900   
Closing Date:Apr 07, 1900 Total Performances:88

Category: Musical, Fantasy, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Eden Musee, a Pullman car, Cliff House and Golden Gates, Long Acre Square, a Pacific Mall steamship, and Tokio

Production Staff
Produced by Max Freeman
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane and Reginald De Koven; Book by Louis Harrison and George V. Hobart; Lyrics by Louis Harrison and George V. Hobart; Music arranged by Karl Hoschna and Frank Sadler; Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis; Additional lyrics by Frank Sloane
Choreographed by Carl Marwig; Staged by Max Freeman
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert, D. Frank Dodge and Henry E. Hoyt; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle; Electrical Effects by John Whalen
Alice Ackman Rosalind
Anna Barclay Mrs. Barbara Bilkington
Christine Blessing Keziah Pipkin
Ladies Maid
Lillie Brink
Maud Calvert Chartreuse
Lillie Collins
Idalene Cotton Countess Tabledotti
Miss Fanchonette Premiere Danseuse
Lew Foley Higgins
Maud Francis Dorcas
Maude Frederick Daisy
Rose Frife Hepzibah
Dottie Goodyear Cynthia
William Gould Coogan
Airbrake Peterson
Tenderloin Charlie
Gilbert Gregory Train Boy
Edgar Halstead Bonaparte Bilkington
Otis Harlan Calcium Lightwayte
James Horan Stars
Captain Breezebreaker
Ezra Pipkin
Catherine Jefferson Huldah
Alice Judson Patti Cadenza
Mayme Kelso Anisette
Charles Kirk Lee High Hung
E. B. Knight Policeman
James F. Lee Stiletto
Nick Long Count Tabledotti
The Mahr Sisters Premiere Danseuses
Ignacio Martinetti Dynamite D'Cognac
Gertrude Mayo Calisaya
Buela Montroise Mamie
Julian Myers Jean Singlooski
Joseph Ott Salter Lake
Helen Rutledge Jurusha
George W. Ryan President Board of Alderman
Josie Sadler Gretchen
Mrs. Payday Donovan
Nancy Sadler Mabel
Lew Simmons Henderson Carter
Joseph Smith Messenger Boy
News Boy
Joseph Sparks Payday Donovan
Mildred Stoller Benedictine
Fay Templeton Cleopatra
Bert C. Thayer Albert Wazleigh
Frank White Touchby Typps
music by A. Baldwin Sloane and Reginald DeKoven; lyrics by George V. Hobart and Louis Harrison
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
The Serpent of the Nile Cleopatra
Alive Again Chorus
Salvation Hymn Chorus
We're a Comic Opera Company Chorus
When I'm Traveling on the Road Calcium Lightwayte and Chorus
Firefly's Ballet
The Love Lorn Lilly Patti Cadenza and Chorus
Story of the Dance Cleopatra, Calcium Lightwayte, Dynamite D'Cognac and Lee High Hung
ACT 2Sung By
Dig, Ye Dagos, Dig
The Dago Count Tabledotti and Countess Tabledotti
When O'Donohue Presided at the Grip Payday Donovan and Chorus
The Johnnies of Long Acre Square Pony Ballet
Hunting for a (Happy Little) Home in Harlem Salter Lake and Wives
Now I'se Got Some Money, Well, I'm Comin' 'Round
(lyrics by Frank Sloane)
ACT 3Sung By
The Cherry Blossom Ballet Premiere Danseuses