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The Vanderbilt Cup   

 
New York Theatre , (1/07/1907 - 2/09/1907)
Grand Opera House , (4/01/1907 - circa. 4/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 07, 1907   
Closing Date:Apr 1907 Total Performances:48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: New York City and Long Island
This production is a return engagement of The Vanderbilt Cup (1/16/1906 - 6/01/1906)


Production Staff
Produced by Liebler & Co.
Music by Robert Hood Bowers; Book by Sydney Rosenfeld; Lyrics by Raymond Peck; Musical Director: Albert Dalby
Staged by Hugh Ford
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange; Lighting Design by Ben Beerwald; Moving picture effects by The Kinetograph Company and Kliegl Brothers
Cast
E.W. Bosher Male Quartette
Jacque Bradley Pearl
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Helen Case Pansy
Flower of the Comic Opera
Blanche Chapman Miss Carstairs
Dorothy's music teacher and chaperone
Charles Dow Clark Newt Offut
a hill climber
Florence M. Constantine Whirlwind Dance Specialty
Helena H. Constantine Whirlwind Dance Specialty
Albert Cowles Clerk of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Robert F. Daley Theodore Banting
an Equitable attorney at law
Hal De Forrest Gaspard
an honest French chauffeur
Edith Decker Clarinda Larkspur
who objects to a speed limit
Leona Drew Maude
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Erma Green Winnifred
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Mary Greville Mrs. Herkimer
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Grace Griswold Mrs. Willetts
mother of Dorothy
Mrs. Filestrom
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Clarence Handysides Curt Willetts
who "got rich quickly," uncle of Dorothy
Ella Hatton Kate Croops
the porter
Elsie Janis Dorothy Willetts
Percy Janis Leon
waiter at the Garden City Hotel
Jacques Kruger Mr. Boxwood
President of the Gasoline Trust
Daisy Leon Marion
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
F. Newton Lindo Arthur
Boxwood's chainless hopeless
Lelia Maillon Eloise
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Kate Mayhew Mrs. Sylvester
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Mr. Mertimer Male Quartette
Orma Nagle Freda
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Emma Naylor Inkie North
Western Union Messenger Girl
Jane Oakes Elaine
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
May Quinette Mrs. Ostrand
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Joan Sawyer Lily
Flower of the Comic Opera
Arthur Stanford Dexter Joyce
a wine agent
Eloise Steele Rose
Flower of the Comic Opera
Violet
Flower of the Comic Opera
Louise Sylvester Mrs. Dillenberg
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Mr. Tomasso Male Quartette
Genevieve Victoria Celeste
elevator girl at the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Helen Weathersby Mrs. Hillrace
Stockholder in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Middle White Detective in the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
Mr. Williams Male Quartette
Birdnye Zuber Gwynne
Bell-girl of the Marjorie Wellington Hotel
music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Raymond Peck
ACT 1Sung By
So I've Been Told Dexter Joyce (a wine agent) and Dorothy Willetts
Vanderbilt Cup
The Lament of the Crusty Dames
The Little Chauffeur Clarinda Larkspur (who objects to a speed limit)
If You Were I, and I Were You Dexter Joyce (a wine agent) and Male Quartette
ACT 2Sung By
Somewhere in the World (There's a Little Girl for Me) Dexter Joyce (a wine agent) and Male Quartette
Wine, Women and Song Theodore Banting (an Equitable attorney at law), Girls of the Comic Opera and Whirlwind Dance Specialty
The Ride to the Course
My Houseboat Beau Dorothy Willetts and Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
If You Were Lost to Me Clarinda Larkspur (who objects to a speed limit)
The Fatal Curse of Beauty Crusty Dames