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The Spring Chicken   

 
Daly's Theatre, (10/08/1906 - 12/01/1906)
New Amsterdam Theatre, (12/10/1906 - 12/29/1906)
Daly's Theatre, (4/01/1907 - 4/20/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 08, 1906    
Closing Date: Apr 20, 1907 Total Performances: 115

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris and Malmaison



Production Staff
Produced by Richard Carle; in arrangement with Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; Book by George Grossmith, Jr.; Adapted from "Coquin de Printemps" by Jaime and Duval; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank; Featuring songs with lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr., Richard Carle, M. E. Rourke and Leslie Mayne; American adaptation by Richard Carle; Featuring songs by Richard Carle, Robert Hood Bowers and Milton Lusk; Musical Director: Frank Palma
Production Supervised by Richard Carle; Choreographed by Adolph Neuberger
Cast
Miss AlainChorus
Miss ArovalChorus
Miss AshlandChorus
Florence AverellCeleste
Chorus
May BarrellChorus
C.H. BeardsleyPierre
Miss BennettChorus
May BoleyChorus
May BoutonDulcie
Miss CapronChorus
Richard CarleAmbrose Girdle
Arthur ConradStephen-Henry
Miss CourtneyChorus
Gail CrandallChorus
Madge CullomChorus
Amy DaleEmmy-Lou
Miss D'ArvilleChorus
Blanche DeyoLa Belle Sissi
Frankie DouglasSilvie
Chorus
Lois FennellOtto
Chorus
Miss FisherChorus
Gertrude GibbensClarice
Chorus
Violet HandySybele
Chorus
Emma JanvierMrs. Girdle
Sylvain LangloisFelix
Baron Papouche
Miss LeonardChorus
Miss LorenaChorus
Miss MansfieldChorus
Bessie McCoyRosalie
Victor MorleyGustave Babori
Miss MortonChorus
Burleigh MurrayTherese
Chorus
Bessie NelliganChorus
J. A. NugentFerdinand
Irene O'DonnellChorus
Henrietta PoutsChorus
J.H. PurcellInspector of Police
Miss RaymondChorus
Richard RidgelyBoniface
J. N. RoselandAlexis
Adele RowlandBaroness Papouche
Vivian RushmoreArtist's Model
Chorus
Avita SanchezChorus
H. A. SmithJoseph Boniface
Leila SmithPage Boy
Chorus
Helen St. JohnTessa
Chorus
Tony SullivanDr. Brabazon
Viola Vallori
Miss WarnerChorus
Miss WestChorus
Horace WhitakerLafitte
Dollie WilliamsChorus
Miss WindsorChorus
James YatesHenri
music by Lionel Monckton and Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Baron PapoucheBaron Papouche and Chorus
I've Come Along to Paris
(lyrics by Leslie Mayne)
Rosalie
All the Girls Love Me
(music by Richard Carle; lyrics by Richard Carle)
Ambrose Girdle and Chorus
Beautiful Spring
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Chorus
I Don't Know, But I GuessMrs. Girdle and Chorus
Baby and Nursie
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Richard Carle)
Rosalie and Ambrose Girdle
Coquin du Printemps
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Gustave Babori and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
In Seville
(music by Milton Lusk; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
La Belle Sissi, Ambrose Girdle and Chorus
A Modest Little MaidenEmmy-Lou and Stephen-Henry
Waiting for a Certain Girl
(music by Milton Lusk; lyrics by Richard Carle)
Gustave Babori
ACT 3 Sung By
In Rotterdam
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Leslie Mayne)
Rosalie and Dutch Boys
A Lemon in the Garden of Love
(music by Richard Carle; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Ambrose Girdle and Chorus