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A Parisian Model   

 
Broadway Theatre , (1/06/1908 - 1/25/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Jan 06, 1908   
Closing Date:Jan 25, 1908 Total Performances:21

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris
This production is a return engagement of A Parisian Model (11/27/1906 - 6/29/1907)


Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. and Frank McKee
Music by Max Hoffman; interpolated songs by Vincent Bryan, P.H. Christine, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards; Musical Director: Watty Hydes; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Additional numbers by Herman Avery Wade; Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P Moran
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Lighting Design by Louis Lamont; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by Carolyne Siedel and Landloff, Paris
Cast
Edith Decker Violette
of the Opera Comique
Edouard Durand Callot
dictator of fashions
Otis Harlan Silas Goldfinch
who is trying to spend his money
F. Stanton Heck Hercule
of the Paris Olympia
Anna Held Anna
the Parisian model
Henri Leoni Julien de Marsay
an artist
George Wharnock Carver Stone
an American sculptor
Mabella Baker Mrs. Silas Goldfinch
Bertha Blake Helene
model
Denise
American Girl
Marjorie Bonner Titine
Ballet Girl
Charles Books Mr. Moregain
collector
H. Bouvier Mr. Shark
collector
Louise Burpee Jeanette
model
Diane
American Girl
C.T. Cunningham Mr. Cornergie
collector
Evelyn Dale Adrienne
customer
Edith Daniell Marcelle
customer
Fanchonette
American Girl
Marie
Anna's maid
Jeanne DeFoye Hortense
model
Nellie Donegan Henriette (2)
of the Palais
May Emery Suzanne
customer
Francine
American Girl
Sadie Emmons Fleurette
customer
Josie
American Girl
Charles Hessong Jean
Mr. Rathskeller
collector
May Leslie Paulette
customer
Georgette
American Girl
Bertha Mack Jeanne
of the Palais
C. S. Morton Mr. Keno
collector
F. Noel Mr. New Depot
collector
Earle Reynolds El Rio Rey
John Roach Mr. Rates
collector
H. Smith Mr. Quick
collector
Roma Snyder Celeste
a shop girl at Callot's
Madlyn Summers Fifine
Ballet Girl
Evelyn Westbrook Heloise
model
Henriette
American Girl
Lillian Wiggins Therese
customer
Claudine
American Girl
music by Max Hoffman, Sr.; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Trying on Dresses Chorus
The Story That Never Grows Old
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Julien de Marsay (an artist)
When Uncle Sammy Sings the Marseillaise
(music by Herman Avery Wade; lyrics by Earle C. Jones)
Julien de Marsay (an artist)
I'm the Man (They Talk About So Much) Silas Goldfinch (who is trying to spend his money) and Ensemble
A Gown for Each Hour of the Day Anna (the Parisian model) and Chorus
The Whistling Yankee Girl
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Violette (of the Opera Comique) and American Girls
A Lesson in Kissing (Kiss Kiss Kiss) (If You Want to Learn to Kiss) Anna (the Parisian model) and Silas Goldfinch (who is trying to spend his money)
ACT 2Sung By
Paris Carnival Chorus
The Gibson Girl Silas Goldfinch (who is trying to spend his money), Hercule (of the Paris Olympia) and Carver Stone (an American sculptor)
I (Just) Can't Make My Eyes Behave
(music by Harry B. Smith, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards; lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards)
Anna (the Parisian model)
Artists and Models Ensemble
I'd Like to See a Little More of You
(music by Gus Edwards and Will D. Cobb; lyrics by Gus Edwards and Will D. Cobb)
Ensemble
Won't You Be My Teddy Bear? (Will You Be My Teddy Bear)
(lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Anna (the Parisian model) and Ladies' Ensemble
(I Love You) Ma Cherie (My Sweetheart)
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Julien de Marsay (an artist)
I Want You Ma' Honey (In French) Julien de Marsay (an artist)
In Washington
(music by Harry B. Smith, Max Hoffman, Sr. and Vincent Bryan; lyrics by Harry B. Smith, Max Hoffman, Sr. and Vincent Bryan)
Silas Goldfinch (who is trying to spend his money)
(On) San Francisco Bay
(music by Gertrude Hoffman; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Violette (of the Opera Comique) and Company
ACT 3Sung By
Bells (The Bell Song) Chorus
It's Delightful to Be Married
(music by P.H. Christine and Vincent Scotto; lyrics by Anna Held)
Anna (the Parisian model) and Julien de Marsay (an artist)