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The Little Cherub   

Criterion Theatre, (8/06/1906 - 12/28/1906)
Grand Opera House, (12/30/1906 - circa. 1/1907)
Grand Opera House, (2/04/1907 - circa. 2/1907)
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Opening Date: Aug 06, 1906    
Closing Date: Feb 1907 Total Performances: 176

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Lord Sanctobury's town house and the hotel at Dunbridge Baths

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Ivan Caryll; Book by Owen Hall; Musical Director: William T. Francis; The song "The Doggie in Our Yard" by Marie Doro; Lyrics by Owen Hall; Additional music by Charles Collins, Jerome Kern, Frank Tours and Jean Schwartz; Additional lyrics by Charles Collins, Adrian Ross, George Grossmith, Jr., C.H. Bovill, Clifford Harris and William Jerome
Staged by Ben Teal
Scenic Design by Ernest M. Gros; Costume Design by Mrs. Robert Osborn and Pascaud
David BennettPolice Sergeant
James BlakeleyAlgernon Southdown
Richard ChawnerAlderman Briggs
Grace FieldLady Rosa Congress
Emily FrancisMrs. Briggs
Charles GibsonMr. Grimble
Martin HaydonCaptain Hereward
Harold F. HendeeSir John Monteith
Andrew HigginsonLord Congress
Mabel HollinsLady Dorothy Congress
Eithel KellyMiss Maud Rochester
Grace KimballMiss Mary Macclesfield
John MayonEthelbert
May NaudainLady Isobel Congress
Clara PittMiss Mabel Ducross
Elsa ReinhardtMiss Kitty Cranbourne
John F. RogersCrumm
Edna SidneyMiss Olive Manderville
Beth StoneLetty
Will WestShingle
Hattie WilliamsMiss Molly Montrose
Winona WinterLady Agnes Congress
Tom WiseEarl of Sanctobury
Dorothy ZimmermanMiss Cuckoo Vanblane
music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Owen Hall
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Olympian OctetteLady Isobel Congress, Lady Dorothy Congress, Lady Agnes Congress, Lady Rosa Congress and Ensemble
As a FriendShingle
It's the Girls
(lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Miss Molly Montrose
Dearl Little GirlsLady Agnes Congress, Lady Isobel Congress, Lady Dorothy Congress and Lady Rosa Congress
ACT 2 Sung By
My Wife Will Be My LadyAlderman Briggs
Won't You Waltz?Letty
Little Willie Browne
(music by Charles Collins; lyrics by Charles Collins)
Algernon Southdown
I Should So Love to Be a Boy
(music by Frank Tours; lyrics by C.H. Bovill)
Lady Rosa Congress, Lady Isobel Congress, Lady Dorothy Congress and Lady Agnes Congress
The Supper Girls
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Earl of Sanctobury
(lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Miss Molly Montrose
ACT 3 Sung By
Pierrot and Cupid
(music by Frank Tours; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Lady Rosa Congress
My Irish Rosie
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Miss Molly Montrose
The Doggie in Our Yard
(music by Marie Doro; lyrics by Marie Doro)
Miss Molly Montrose and Algernon Southdown
Cupid's Rifle Range
(music by Frank Tours; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Lady Dorothy Congress
Meet Me at Twilight
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Clifford Harris)
Lady Agnes Congress