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My Lady Molly   

Daly's Theatre, (1/05/1904 - 1/16/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 05, 1904    
Closing Date: Jan 16, 1904 Total Performances: 15

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Coverdale Arms and Coverdale Castle in the middle of the eighteenth century

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Sidney Jones; Book by George H. Jessop; Lyrics by George H. Jessop; Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Charles H. Taylor; Musical Director: W. P. Brown
Staged by Gilbert Laye
Dorothy AllenChorus
Anna BakerChorus
Allston BentChorus
Jeanne BernardChorus
Anna BoydMademoiselle Mirabeau
C. S. CalhounChorus
Richard F. CarrollMickey O'Dowd
servant to Captain Harry
Edward ChappellHead Groom
Isabel CheshireChorus
Mae ClarkChorus
Viola ClaytonChorus
Sydney DeaneCaptain Harry Romney
May DensmoreChorus
Clara EckstromChorus
Amy ForslandChorus
Kate HaddonChorus
John HendersonJudge Romney
father to Harry
Lillian JonesChorus
Alice JudsonHester
Lady Molly's confidential maid
Amy LesserLucy
a chambermaid
Luke MartinLandlord
of Coverdale Arms
Margaretta MasiChorus
Ezra MatthewsMartin
servant at Coverdale Castle
Mary McLaneChorus
Sadie MellesChorus
Claire MooreChorus
W. J. MorganOwen
servant at Coverdale Arms
Blanche MorrellChorus
Francis MotleyHead Waiter
Maud NelsonChorus
Ruby PetrieChorus
Vera PindarChorus
Aline PotterChorus
Arthur RiceRoger
servant at Coverdale Castle
Adele RitchieAlice Coverdale
daughter to Sir Miles
Belle RobinsonAllison
a chambermaid
Elizabeth SangerChorus
Vesta TilleyLady Molly Martingale
David TorrenceSir Miles Coverdale
Oriska WordenHousekeeper
at Coverdale Arms
Ray YoungmanLionel Bland
music by Sidney Jones; lyrics by George H. Jessop
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Brushes and broomsChorus
There Is the KeyLandlord (of Coverdale Arms)
A Man May Know No Voice of FriendLandlord (of Coverdale Arms)
There's a Little Maid (I Know)
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Lionel Bland
The Land of Make BelieveAlice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles) and Lionel Bland
But, Oh BewareMademoiselle Mirabeau, Alice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles), Lionel Bland and Landlord (of Coverdale Arms)
BallinasloeMickey O'Dowd (servant to Captain Harry)
Oh! I'll Greet Him Soft and SlowLady Molly Martingale and Hester (Lady Molly's confidential maid)
(Ye) Wear 'em Wid an AirMickey O'Dowd (servant to Captain Harry), Lady Molly Martingale and Hester (Lady Molly's confidential maid)
Hurrah for the FieldSir Miles Coverdale, Landlord (of Coverdale Arms) and Chorus
The Merry Medieval Maid
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Alice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles)
Topers fling your glasses asideChorus
Though You May ChooseCaptain Harry Romney and Lionel Bland
Here's a nice to doChorus
We saw the swordsChorus
To You, Sir MilesCaptain Harry Romney
Rougue detectedPrincipals
ACT 2 Sung By
How do you doChorus
I Mean to Be a Good Girl NowAlice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles) and Chorus
A Regular Parley-vooMickey O'Dowd (servant to Captain Harry) and Mademoiselle Mirabeau
Once Too OftenLady Molly Martingale
Kiss lad and never tellSir Miles Coverdale, Lady Molly Martingale and Alice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles)
At My Lady's FeetCaptain Harry Romney
Suppose a highwayman you wereAlice Coverdale (daughter to Sir Miles), Lionel Bland, Captain Harry Romney and Lady Molly Martingale
TrousseauHester (Lady Molly's confidential maid)
A chance dear girlsChorus
Don't Whistle So LoudMickey O'Dowd (servant to Captain Harry)
Now the chancel waitsChorus
Opeless ze state of meMademoiselle Mirabeau
What's the MatterChorus
To-dayLady Molly Martingale and Captain Harry Romney