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The Duke of Duluth   

Majestic Theatre, (9/11/1905 - 9/30/1905)
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre, (10/09/1905 - 10/14/1905)
American Theatre, (12/04/1905 - circa. 12/1905)
West End Theatre, (1/01/1906 - 1/06/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 11, 1905    
Closing Date: Jan 06, 1906 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Farce, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: The land of Wot, the usual suppositious country in the usual suppositious location

Production Staff
Produced by Broadhurst & Currie
Music by Max S. Witte; Lyrics by George H. Broadhurst; Book by George H. Broadhurst; Musical Director: Max S. Witte; Featuring songs by Gertrude Hoffman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan
Staged by George H. Broadhurst; Choreographed by Sam Marion and Jack Mason
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Jeannette AllenChorus
Josephine ArdenChorus
Hattie ArnoldPrincess Flirtino
Florence BainChorus
Carrie BairdChorus
Edward BeckChorus
May BlakeChorus
Eleanor BrooksTerpsio
Georgia BrooksBallera
Catherine CallJhansi
J. E. CampbellChorus
Etta CarltonChorus
Grace CookeChorus
Violet CurtisChorus
Verna DaltonChorus
C. DanielsonChorus
Edmond DantonChorus
Vinnie DanversChorus
Danill DayChorus
Goldie DaymonChorus
Frank DearduffThe High Priest
Edith DeckerAmeera
Edith DuryeaChorus
Elizabeth ElliottChorus
Maude ElliottChorus
Adolph EthelChorus
Margaret FealyChorus
A. G. FranklinMessenger
Robert Peyton GibbsGuiseppi Barratta
Carolyn GreenChorus
Nick GristChorus
Blanche GrosjeanChorus
May HarrisonAssistant to the High Priest
Stanley HawkinsDennis O'Hara
Edgar F. HillChorus
W. S. HortonChorus
Georgie IrvingChorus
Inez JonesChorus
Edward LawrenceChorus
Beatrice LindseyChorus
Margaret LoveChorus
Ada MackChorus
Ida ManierreChorus
Diva MaroldaBianca
Glora MasonChorus
George McIntoshChorus
Madge MelbourneChorus
Gertrude MerrillLieutenant
M. M. MooreChorus
Blanche MorrellChorus
Marjorie NevinChorus
Lillian NicholsonChorus
Annabel NivensChorus
Henry NormanKiakka IV
John O'DonnellChorus
Elphie PhillipsChorus
Anne RaymondChorus
J. RichardChorus
Carl SchellChorus
Lillian SingletonChorus
Bessie StillmanChorus
Carl TaxwoodChorus
Charlotte TillmanChorus
Lottie WesnerChorus
Frank WhiteJasper Washtington Green
Muriel WilburChorus
Nat M. WillsDarling Doolittle
Sadie WymanChorus
music by Max S. Witte; lyrics by George H. Broadhurst
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Land of WotKiakka IV and Chorus
There's One Sweetheart I'll Never ForgetDennis O'Hara
While in My SubmarineDarling Doolittle and Chorus
My Dainty Dresden ShepherdessJhansi and Dresden Girls
ZenedeeAmeera and Male Chorus
The Sweetest Part of Loving is to DreamPrincess Flirtino and Darling Doolittle
NicodemusJhansi and Chorus
If My Man Could Do It for MeDarling Doolittle and Chorus
StrenuousDarling Doolittle and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
My Sweet Wild RoseAmeera and Chorus
No Peach Hangs Too High for Him ThenKiakka IV
Through All EternityAmeera and Dennis O'Hara
RositaDarling Doolittle and Dancing Girls
(Give Me) Death or VictoryDennis O'Hara and Chorus
G.O.P. (from FANTANA)
(music by Gertrude Hoffman; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Darling Doolittle