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Fritz in Tammany Hall   

Herald Square Theatre , (10/16/1905 - 11/18/1905)
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Opening Date:Oct 16, 1905   
Closing Date:Nov 18, 1905 Total Performances:43

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Cooper Union, New York; College Point, Long Island; Tammany Hall

Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Jean Schwartz; Book by John J. McNally; Lyrics by William Jerome; Additional music by Maude Nugent; Musical Director: Anton Heindl
Staged by Herbert Gresham and Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Frank Platzer and Meixner; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Lighting Design by Harry Bissing
Neva Aymar Susette Sorbonne
Violet Barnes Tessie
Earl J. Benham Slim Jim
Eli J. Brouillette Fatty Dupois
Joseph Cawthorn Fritz von Swobenfritz
Charles Close Mat McGregor
Beryle Dare Betty
Melville Ellis Grant Bellyne
Suzanne Halpren Millie Meyers
Mark Hart Pat McCann
Alva Holland Letty
Pincus Lekosky Pincus
Adah Lewis Lil McGrain
Charles MacDonald Teddy Mullane
Stella Mayhew Mrs. Hart-Judson
George Austin Moore Alfred Hines
Robert E. O'Connor Fergus O'Flaherty
Eugene Roder Waiter
Frank W. Shea Charles Hart
Alison Skipworth Elena McCann
Sue Stuart Bella McCann
Julius Tannen J. Edward Corley
Corinne Uzell Bessie
Henry E. Valois Tim Sullivan
music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
In Old New York Tammany Chorus
East Side Lil Lil McGrain and Chorus
My Sweet Slim Jim, Twin City Quartette and Chorus
When You're in Love Mrs. Hart-Judson
In Bad Man's Land Fritz von Swobenfritz and Children
The Dear Little Wise Old Bowery Fritz von Swobenfritz and Company
ACT 2Sung By
East Side Walk Susette Sorbonne and Chorus
I'm a Woman of Importance Mrs. Hart-Judson
I Don't Want a Little Canoe Alfred Hines and Chorus
Yankee Doodle Boodle Mrs. Hart-Judson, Pat McCann and Fritz von Swobenfritz
The Man Behind the Club Tammany Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
The Tammany Ball Company
In Tamminy Hall Pat McCann and Chorus
The Dear Old Farm Fritz von Swobenfritz
My Irish Daisy
(music by Jean Schwartz and Maude Nugent)
Alfred Hines, Teddy Mullane, Grant Bellyne, Quartette, Children and Chorus
Tammany Hall Entire Company