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Sweet Marie   

Victoria Theatre , (10/10/1901 - 11/02/1901)
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Opening Date:Oct 10, 1901   
Closing Date:Nov 02, 1901 Total Performances:28

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Saterne, France, Paris, France, and Bombay, India

Production Staff
Produced by Oscar Hammerstein
Music by R. Jackson; Book by W. Brown; Lyrics by W. Brown; Additional music by Oscar Hammerstein
Conducted by N. B. Emanuel
Gertrude Adams Chorus
Blanche Alwin Chorus
F. Archambauldt Bayal-Passandro
Clara Ballantine Chorus
Clara Bernard Chorus
Lillian Bernard Chorus
Minnie Britton Chorus
Florence Brown Chorus
Evelyn Carett Chorus
Marie deGarmour Chorus
Alice Delamour Chorus
Sylvia Diamond Chorus
Rose Earl Chorus
Elizabeth Elliott Chorus
Eleanor Falk Nubiani
Gabriel Mons. Kick
Robert Gemp Paul Grevin
William H. Grimke Provoss
Amy Haddon Chorus
Madge Hobart Chorus
Albert La Mar Francois Sceemere
Francis Lee Del-cannate
Sylvia Lysle Chorus
Georgie Miller Chorus
Louis Montgomery Eduardo Gumpshion
Dorothy Palmer Chorus
Marie Parkes Chorus
Ella Ray Chorus
O. W. Risley Cabbillard
E. C. Rogers Ysaba
Ada Russell Chorus
James Russell Marie Malonie
John Russell Adele Malonie
Rhyce Thomas Castafore
Marie Troy Chorus
Lillian Vogel Chorus
Countess Olga Von Hatzfeldt Adrette
Lulu Whalen Chorus
music by R. Jackson; lyrics by W. Brown
(Unless otherwise noted)

Once I Loved the Girl Cecelia
(music by Oscar Hammerstein; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein)
Cecelia and Amelia Nubiani and Chorus