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Haverly's 14th Street Theatre , (9/07/1903 - 10/31/1903)
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Opening Date:Sep 07, 1903   
Closing Date:Oct 31, 1903 Total Performances:65

Category: Play, Drama, Play with music, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts


Production Staff
Produced by Rich & Harris; Produced by arrangement with Louise Thorndyke
Written by Dion Boucicault; Additional text by E.H. House; Incidental music by Dion Boucicault; Music by Andrew Mack; Lyrics by Andrew Mack; Featuring songs with lyrics by Dion Boucicault; Featuring songs by E.H. House; Musical Director: William P. Brown
Staged by William Seymour
Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc; Costume Design by Mme. Herman, Van Horn and Son, Fritz Schultz and The Boston Museum
Cast
Edward Aiken Moran
S. Anderson Tim Conolly
G. L. Baker Lanagan
Edith Barker Arrah Meelish
John Birch Andy Regan
Oiny Farrell
Marie Dibrook Kathleen Boyle
Maggie Fielding Katty Walsh
Joseph French Con Reilly
Daniel Gilfether Major Coffin
Beatrice Harris Eileen O'Donnell
V. Hathaway Murtagh Delaney
Thomas E. Jackson The Sergeant
Frank M. Kendrick Patsey
Anne Leonard Fanny Power
Andrew Mack Shaun, the Post
N. Mackey Paddy Finch
O. Mann Tim Cogan
Luke Martin Michael Feeny
Thomas McGrane Colonel Bagenal O'Grady
John Napier
Marie Napier Bridget Maguire
Thomas Paulton Pat Ryan
M. E. Reddy Barney Nolan
John S. Robertson Beamish McCoul
Florence Russel Anne Shaughnessy
Lizzie Sanger Norah Cavanaugh
Emma Scully Elsie O'Brien
Anna Turner Ducie Tiernan
Anna Wilson Molly Ryan
May Wilson Molly McCarthy
music by Andrew Mack; lyrics by Andrew Mack
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

We'll Hurry to the Church and Get Married Shaun, the Post
You Are My Star, for I Love You Shaun, the Post
An Irishman's Lilt Shaun, the Post
For Home and Ireland Shaun, the Post
The Wearing of the Green
(lyrics by Dion Boucicault and E.H. House)
Shaun, the Post