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The Yankee Tourist   

Astor Theatre, (8/12/1907 - 11/09/1907)
Grand Opera House, (11/18/1907 - circa. 11/24/1907)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 12, 1907    
Closing Date: Nov 24, 1907 Total Performances: 111

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act I: Hotel Angleterre, Athens. Act II: The wharf at Piraeus. Act III: Mountain pass between Grecian and Turkish lines.

Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Lyrics by Wallace Irwin; Based on the play "The Galloper" by Richard Harding Davis; Book by Richard Harding Davis; Additional music by Jean Schwartz; Additional lyrics by William Jerome; Orchestra under the direction of John McGhie
Staged by George Marion
Scenery designed by Walter Burridge; Costumes by Mme. Herman; Electrical effects by Joseph Wilson
Herbert CawthornMr. Griggs
War correspondent of the London "Imperialist"
Eva FallonChief Steward
Helen HaleBlanche Bailey
Raymond HitchcockCopeland Schuyler
of New York
E. Percy ParsonsColonel Osten
Turkish Army
Flora ZabelleGrace Whitney
Miss AllenCorrespondent
Wallace BeeryMr. Hewitt
War correspondent of "Collier's"
Mabel BreenA Greek Girl
Flower Girl
Susie Forrester CawthornMrs. Sybil Schwartz
Miss ChaseFlower Girl
W. M. CheesmanCrown Prince of Greece
Victor ClarkeBoatswain
Frederick CorbinCaptain Mouzaffer
Turkish Army
Murray D'ArcyFirst Officer (Constantinople)
Miss DarvilleVaudevillian
M. DavisForeign Legion
Miss DesmondFlower Girl
Jeanette DespresCorrespondent
Elizabeth DoddridgeVaudevillian
M. DrewForeign Legion
Miss DunnVaudevillian
M. FeeneyForeign Legion
Miss HonehanVaudevillian
Fred JohnstonFirst Officer (Volo)
Miss LandFlower Girl
Harry LaneCaptain O'Malley
of the Foreign Legion
M. LawrenceForeign Legion
Miss MarshallVaudevillian
Mabel MoylesVaudevillian
M. MurphyForeign Legion
Miss NewellCorrespondent
Clara NoelkeVaudevillian
E.J. OdenForeign Legion
Miss PaonVaudevillian
E. R. PhillipsBilly Ashe
manager for the "Republic" at Athens
M. W. RaleInnkeeper
Herr Muller
proprietor Hotel Angleterre
Herman RuepkeCaptain Zonya
of the Foreign Legion
Phillips SmalleyCaptain Anstruther
War correspondent of the "London Times"
M. SupranerForeign Legion
O. J. VanasseSergeant
Harry WestKirke Warren
War correspondent of the "Republic"
Miss WintersCorrespondent
music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Wallace Irwin
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Teddy Girl
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Blanche Bailey and Vaudevillians
Golden SailsGrace Whitney and Men
The Yankee MillionaireCopeland Schuyler (of New York) and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Longshoremen's ChantyEnsemble
Stewards' SongChief Steward and Girls
Stokers' SongMen
Would You Like a Sweetheart?Blanche Bailey, Grace Whitney and Chief Steward
When a Girl is Born to Be a LadyMrs. Sybil Schwartz
Irish MemoriesCaptain O'Malley (of the Foreign Legion) and Legion
So Long BillCopeland Schuyler (of New York)
Come and Have a Smile with MeCopeland Schuyler (of New York), Blanche Bailey, Grace Whitney, Kirke Warren (War correspondent of the "Republic"), Captain O'Malley (of the Foreign Legion) and Billy Ashe (manager for the "Republic" at Athens)
ACT 3 Sung By
Saracen Song MarchColonel Osten (Turkish Army) and Chorus
RainbowsGrace Whitney and Girls