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The Wizard of Oz   

Majestic Theatre , (3/21/1904 - circa. 5/1904)
New York Theatre , (5/02/1904 - 5/21/1904)
Academy of Music , (11/07/1904 - 12/31/1904)
Academy of Music , (10/30/1905 - 11/25/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Mar 21, 1904   
Closing Date:Nov 25, 1905 Total Performances:171

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Revival, 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
This production is a return engagement of The Wizard of Oz (1/20/1903 - 10/03/1903)

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, Will D. Cobb, Vincent Bryan, Edward P Moran, Edgar Smith, Harry Williams, James O'Dea, Will R. Anderson and Brackett and Medor; Featuring songs by Will R. Anderson, Gus Edwards, James B. Mullen, Seymour Furth, David C. Montgomery, Bob Adams and Brackett and Medor
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by McDonald, Walter Burridge, Frederick Gibson and John H. Young
Stubby Ainscoe Malvonia
Marcel Moreau
Vernon Arnold Chorus
Louis LeBeau
Albertine Benson The Witch of the North
Helen Blye Chorus
Marie Burnell Chorus
Irving H. Christian Pericles
Emma Clarke Chorus
Josephine Clayton The Poppy Queen
Pansy Lil
Marie Clayton Remnante Saute
Albert Cleveland Chorus
Allene Crater Cynthia Cynch
Nancy Crawford Chorus
Gloriana Jane
May De Sousa Sir Dashemoff Daily
Mabel De Vere Violet Victoria
Lillian Devere Chorus
Vera Ellen
H. Devlin Chorus
Earl Dewey The Army of Pastoria
Etta Diamond Chorus
Minna Doerge Chorus
May Du Frene Francois Giblets
Sadie Emmons Antonia
Captain of the Patrol
Lotta Faust Tryxie Tryffle
George Fields Golfman
Miss Fisher Chorus
Anna Fitzhugh Tommie Top
Jean deChar
Emily Fulton Leontine Em
Simon Slick
Beatrice Gilbert Chorus
Ella Gilroy Bardo
Gladys Ann
Lola Gordon Lavinia Loo
May Gunderman Chorus
Arthur Hill The Cowardly Lion
Charles Hoskins Chorus
F. Kelsee Sophocles
Virginia Kendall Chorus
Nellie Lane Chorus
Anna Laughlin Dorothy Gale
Edna Leach Pungue DeSert
Anna Leslie Chorus
Stephen Maley Sir Wiley Gyle
Marie Mathey Chorus
David C. Montgomery Mick Chopper
Harold T. Morey Brigadier General Riskitt
Nellie Payne Chorus
Snow Queen
Claude Cliquot
Joseph Schrode The Cow named Imogene
Clara Selton Chorus
Fred A. Stone The Scarecrow
Charles Swain Oz
Osia Thompson Alphonese Fripon
Helen Turner Chorus
Owen Westford Pastoria II
Helen Wilton Chorus
Elizabeth Young Chorus
Aileen Nance
Peter Pop
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
The Tale of the Cassowary
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Cynthia Cynch
Down on the Brandywine
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Tryxie Tryffle and Pastoria II
Carrie Barry
(lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Dorothy Gale
Alas for the Man Without Brains The Scarecrow
I Love You All the Time
(music by Will R. Anderson; lyrics by Will R. Anderson)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
Mary Canary
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
When You Love, Love, Love The Scarecrow, Mick Chopper and Dorothy Gale
Poppy Chorus
The Tale of the Red Shirt
(music by Brackett and Medor; lyrics by Brackett and Medor)
It's Enough to Make a Perfect Lady Mad
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Cynthia Cynch
Medley: Ball of All Nations
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Connemara Christening
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Gooda-bye, Fedora
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by Harry Williams)
The Scarecrow
Wee-High and Mon
(lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Mick Chopper
Under a Panama
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Dorothy Gale
An Afternoon Tea The Scarecrow, Mick Chopper and Dorothy Gale
Johnnie, I'll Take You
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Tryxie Tryffle
I Never Loved a Love as I Love You
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
The Nightmare
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
I'd Like to Go Halves in That
(music by David C. Montgomery)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
The Traveler and the Pie The Scarecrow
Must You Mick Chopper
The Sweetest Girl in Dixie
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Dorothy Gale