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The Wizard of Oz   

Majestic Theatre , (1/20/1903 - 10/03/1903)
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Opening Date:Jan 20, 1903   
Closing Date:Oct 03, 1903 Total Performances:293

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A Kansas farm, Munchkinland, the road through the forest, the poppy field, the Wizard's palace, and the Borderland dividing the Kingdom of Oz from the Dominions of the Good Witch

Production Staff
Produced by Fred R. Hamlin
Music by Paul Tietjens and A. Baldwin Sloane; Book by L. Frank Baum; Lyrics by L. Frank Baum; Based on the novel by L. Frank Baum; Musical Director: Charles Zimmerman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Glen MacDonough, Vincent Bryan, James O'Dea, Edgar Smith, Will D. Cobb, Henry Blossom, Louis Weslyn, John W. West and Maurice Steinberg; Featuring songs by Maurice Steinberg, Bob Adams, Gus Edwards, Bruno Schilinski, Charles Albert, Edward Hutchinson, Theodore M. Morse and George Spink
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by McDonald, Walter Burridge, Frederick Gibson and John H. Young; Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel; Electrical Effects by James Finn
Edna Adams Sophronia
Stubby Ainscoe Chorus
Georgia Baron Antonia
Snow Queen
Captain of the Phantom Guards
Albertine Benson Semponia
Leontine Em
Helen Blye Chorus
Grace Bond Chorus
Lucile Bryant Chorus
Marie Burnell Chorus
Helen Byron Cynthia Cynch
Irving Christerson Chorus
Emma Clarke Chorus
Gilbert Clayton Pastoria II
Josephine Clayton Chorus
Pansy Lil
Marie Clayton Chorus
Remnante Saute
Albert Cleveland Chorus
Mabel De Vere Peter Boq
Gloriana Jane
Lillian Devere Premonia
Vera Ellen
Earl Dewey Chorus
Etta Diamond Chorus
Rae Dixon Chorus
Ida Doerge Tom Piper
The Poppy Queen
Captain of the Royal Guards
May Du Frene Chorus
Erna Evans Chorus
Robert Fairchild Leo
George Fields Chorus
Anna Fitzhugh Chorus
Jean deChar
Marie Fitzhugh Chorus
Kathleen Flynn Chorus
Emily Fulton Chorus
Bobby Gaylor Oz
Genevra Gibson Chorus
Francois Giblets
Ella Gilroy Simon Powder
Gladys Ann
Lola Gordon Pungue DeSert
Margie Griffith Chorus
Arthur Hill The Cowardly Lion
Charles Hoskins Sophocles
Edith Hutchins The Witch of the North
Grace Igoe Chorus
Mary Jackson Chorus
Virginia Kendall Chorus
Grace Kimball Tryxie Tryffle
Anna Laughlin Dorothy Gale
Anna Leon Chorus
Stephen Maley Sir Wiley Gyle
George Mansfield Chorus
Elsie Mertens Chorus
Aileen Nance
David C. Montgomery Mick Chopper
Harold T. Morey Brigadier General Riskitt
Nellie Payne Chorus
Clara Pitt Chorus
Grace Pomeroy Chorus
Nancy Poole Chorus
Joseph Schrode The Army of Pastoria
Clara Selton Chorus
Leta Shaw Chorus
Edwin J. Stone The Cow named Imogene
Fred A. Stone The Scarecrow
William Van Brunt Chorus
Harry Wiegand Chorus
Fred Wyckoff Chorus
Bessie Wynn Sir Dashemoff Daily
George Young Chorus
Laura Young Chorus
music by Paul Tietjens and A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by L. Frank Baum
(Unless otherwise noted)

Life in Kansas
Niccolo's Piccolo
(lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Cynthia Cynch
In Michigan
(lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Pastoria II
When the Circus Comes to Town
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Tryxie Tryffle and Pastoria II
Carrie Barry
(lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Dorothy Gale
Alas for the Man Without Brains The Scarecrow
That Is Love
(music by Maurice Steinberg; lyrics by Maurice Steinberg)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
When You Love, Love, Love The Scarecrow, Mick Chopper and Dorothy Gale
Poppy Chorus
Phantom Patrol Chorus
Pay Night
(music by Bruno Schilinski; lyrics by John W. West)
The Witch Behind the Moon
(music by Charles Albert; lyrics by Louis Weslyn)
Cynthia Cynch and Chorus
Medley: Ball of All Nations
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Connemara Christening
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Spanish Bolero The Scarecrow
Wee-High and Mon
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Mick Chopper
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Dorothy Gale
I Love Only One Girl in the Wide, Wide, Wide World
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
(music by Edward Hutchinson; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Tryxie Tryffle and Chorus
Hurrah for Baffin's Bay
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
Star of My Native Land
(lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Pimlico Malinda
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by James O'Dea)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
Honey, My Sweet
(music by George Spink; lyrics by Henry Blossom)
Dorothy Gale