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The Alaskan   

 
Knickerbocker Theatre, (8/12/1907 - 9/07/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 12, 1907    
Closing Date: Sep 07, 1907 Total Performances: 29

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Prologue: On the trial. Act I: Long Chance Creek, near Nome. Act II: Arlee Easton's Bungalow at Dawson.



Production Staff
Produced by John Cort
Music by Harry Girard; Book by Joseph Blethen and Max Figman; Lyrics by Joseph Blethen
Staged by Max Figman; Dances arranged by Joseph C. Smith
Gowns by A. Morton Oppenheim; Eskimo suits by Warnock Uniform Company
Conducted by Oscar Radin
Cast
Anne AdairMrs. (Lydia) Good-Better-Best
the chaperon
Agnes Cain BrownArlee Easton
an heiress
Harry GirardRichard Atwater
a prospector
Edward MartindelTotem Pole Pete
foreman of Discovery Claim
Harold VizardMeadowbrooke Blazes
Ph. D. of the Metropolitan Museum
Teddy WebbSmallberry Strander
a Broadway favorite
Mr. AbbottAlaskan Miner
M. BaggeAlaskan Miner
M. BretlandAlaskan Miner
Jessie BrownTrixie
Geraldine CookEskimo Girl
M. DerbyshireAlaskan Miner
R.M. DolliverAlaskan Miner
Ellen DompierreEskimo Girl
William FablesTeddy Bear
the real thing
M. ForestAlaskan Miner
Vivienne FraserShow Girl
Ida GabrielleEskimo Girl
Pearl GabrielleEskimo Girl
Marjory GanesShow Girl
Pearl GirardSextette Girl
Marie GoodnerEskimo Girl
Mazie HartfordShow Girl
R. HuddlestoneAlaskan Miner
Anna HudsonShow Girl
Daisy JohnstoneEskimo Girl
M. JonesAlaskan Miner
M. KalichAlaskan Miner
Reta KentEskimo Girl
Amy LeicesterClaudie Cluster
a wardrobe mistress
M. LittleAlaskan Miner
Ethel LittleEskimo Girl
Alice LoasbySextette Girl
M. LoomisAlaskan Miner
Daisy LucasEskimo Girl
M. LudwigAlaskan Miner
Mae MurrayEskimo Girl
Lillian NortonSextette Girl
Florence PaulinSextette Girl
Bertha PerlEskimo Girl
M. ReedAlaskan Miner
Eloise ReedSextette Girl
Genevieve ReedSextette Girl
M. RoughAlaskan Miner
M. SharpAlaskan Miner
M. SilvermanAlaskan Miner
M. V. L. SmithU. S. Mail Driver
Ellen TateEskimo Girl
M. ThatcherAlaskan Miner
Pauline TurnerShow Girl
M. WheelerAlaskan Miner
John WheelerEskimo Chief
Lela WilliamsShow Girl
music by Harry Girard; lyrics by Joseph Blethen
ACT 1 Sung By
Yup and AwayTotem Pole Pete (foreman of Discovery Claim) and Chorus
The Trouble TreeSmallberry Strander (a Broadway favorite) and Chorus
The Fossil ManMeadowbrooke Blazes (Ph. D. of the Metropolitan Museum) and Eskimo Girls
Song of the RifflesRichard Atwater (a prospector) and Ensemble
Party of the Second PartArlee Easton (an heiress)
Glittering GoldArlee Easton (an heiress), Mrs. (Lydia) Good-Better-Best (the chaperon) and Smallberry Strander (a Broadway favorite)
Rainbow and ThistleArlee Easton (an heiress) and Richard Atwater (a prospector)
(My) Totem PoleTotem Pole Pete (foreman of Discovery Claim) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
There Is Gold Along the RiversMale Chorus
Mother DidArlee Easton (an heiress) and Male Chorus
Bah, Bah, Black SheepSmallberry Strander (a Broadway favorite) and Chorus
AlimonyMrs. (Lydia) Good-Better-Best (the chaperon)
Naughty Little Lady, OTotem Pole Pete (foreman of Discovery Claim) and Chorus
ArleeRichard Atwater (a prospector) and Ensemble
My EskimoEnsemble