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Mr. Bluebeard   

 
Knickerbocker Theatre, (1/21/1903 - 5/16/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 21, 1903    
Closing Date: May 16, 1903 Total Performances: 135

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Bagdad, Blue Beard's Yacht, the Isle of Ferns, the Land of Ferns, the Castle, the Chamber of Curiosities, the home of the Old Woman who lived in a Shoe, Blue Beard's Palace, and the Fairy Palace



music by Frederick Solomon; lyrics by J. Cheever Goodwin
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Come Buy Our Luscious Fruit
Oriental Slaves Are We
We Come from Dalmatia
Algerian Slave Song and Chorus
A Most Unpopular PotentateMr. Blue Beard and Chorus
Poor Unfortunate Sister Anne
(music by Matt Woodward; lyrics by William Jerome)
Sister Anne
Welcome Fatima
I'm as Good as I Ought to BeFatima
Then Away We Go
There's Nothing Like the Life We Sailors NeedChorus
(You'll Have to) Read the Answer in the Stars
(music by Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
I'm a Poor Unhappy Maid
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Sister Anne
Marriage Is Sublime
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
He's Gone
ACT 2 Sung By
Daylight Is DawningChorus
Songbird of Melody Lane
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
(The) Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
(music by Dan McAvoy; lyrics by Dan McAvoy)
In the Pale Moonlight
(music by Ben M. Jerome; lyrics by Matt Woodward)
When the Colored-Band Comes Marching Down the Street
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole)
The Old Woman Who Lived in a Show
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Alfred Bryan)
ACT 3 Sung By
Let Us Be Jolly as Long as We CanChorus
Billy Gray, U.S.A., (O.K)
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Julie
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Irish Patsha and Chorus
Raving
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Mr. Blue Beard
Hamlet Was a Melancholy Dane
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Sister Anne
The Yankee Tourist Girl
(music by Matt Woodward; lyrics by William Jerome)