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My Lady's Maid   
Lady Madcap

Casino Theatre, (9/20/1906 - 10/27/1906)
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Opening Date: Sep 20, 1906    
Closing Date: Oct 27, 1906 Total Performances: 44

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Framlingham Castle

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Inc.
Music by Paul Rubens; Book by Paul Rubens and N. Newnham Davis; Revised by Edward Paulton and R.H. Burnside; Lyrics by Paul Rubens and Percy Greenbank; Musical Director: Clarence West; Featuring songs by Howard Talbot, Harold Orlob, Jerome Kern, E. Ray Goetz and Samuel Lehman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Paul West and Joseph E. Miller
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Miss AshbyChorus
Miss BergeChorus
Henry BergmanCount Manuelo de Colonna
Edith BlairMrs. Layton
Nicholas BurnhamPalmer
Miss CampbellChorus
George CarrollCorporal Ham
Mr. ChapinChorus
Estelle CoffinChorus
Joseph CoyneOroya Brown
Madge CrichtonLady Betty Framlingham
Daisy De VereChorus
Mabel De VereChorus
Catherine Mary DealyChorus
James DealyChorus
Frank DearduffChorus
Radford D'OrsayChorus
John DudleyLieutenant Somerset
Charles W. DunganLord Framlingham
Miss ElsChorus
Claude FlemmingMajor Blatherswaite
Louis FletcherChorus
Miss FordChorus
Miss GibsonChorus
Robert E. GrahamBill Stratford
Miss GrealisChorus
William L. HobartChorus
Ethel JewettChorus
Miss LancasterChorus
Miss LeRoyChorus
Mr. LingoChorus
Miss MaguireChorus
Miss MarrChorus
Minna MartritChorus
Delia MasonGwennie Holden
Joseph MaylonColonel Layton
Charles McCaffreyChorus
Prince MillerOld Huntsman
Goldie MohrChorus
M. O'KeefeChorus
Walter E. PerkinsPosh Jenkins
Mr. RauchChorus
Miss RichmondChorus
Miss RoetgerChorus
M. RogersChorus
Frank RushworthCaptain Harrington
Elsa RyanSusan
Helen ScottenChorus
Miss SnyderChorus
George R. StevensGiuseppe
Miss TaylorChorus
Miss ThompsonChorus
Miss WhitlockChorus
Mr. WrightChorus
music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens and Percy Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
We're simple rustic folk
(music by Howard Talbot)
Society Ladies, Country Girls, and Game Keepers
(Pretty) PrimroseGwennie Holden
Here they are, don't you seeCaptain Harrington and Officers
Mum's the WordGwennie Holden, Lady Betty Framlingham and Susan
My Lady's MaidLady Betty Framlingham and Maids
I've No Patience with a SoldierSusan and Corporal Ham
A Way We Have in the ArmyCaptain Harrington and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
We're pert little, plump little page-boys!Ensemble
(I'd Love to Have) a Soldier of My OwnLady Betty Framlingham and Chorus
I Love You in VelvetCaptain Harrington and Gwennie Holden
Don't You Care
(music by Harold Orlob; lyrics by Joseph E. Miller)
Posh Jenkins and Chorus
All I Want Is You
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Paul West)
Lady Betty Framlingham
It's Lovely When Your Love Loves You
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Susan and Chorus
I'd Like to Call You Mine
(music by Samuel Lehman; lyrics by Samuel Lehman)
Oroya Brown, Lady Betty Framlingham, Captain Harrington, Gwennie Holden, Bill Stratford, Susan and Chorus