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The Lady from Lane's   

Lyric Theatre, (8/19/1907 - circa. 9/19/1907)
Casino Theatre, (9/19/1907 - 9/28/1907)
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Opening Date: Aug 19, 1907    
Closing Date: Sep 28, 1907 Total Performances: 47

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act I: Parlor of Hotel at Old Point Comfort, Virginia. Act II: Sun Parlor in same hotel. Act III: the parade grounds at Fortress Monroe

Production Staff
Produced by Broadhurst & Currie
Music by Gustav Kerker; Lyrics by George Broadhurst; Book by George Broadhurst; Featuring "My Old Rocking Chair" by George Spink
Produced under the stage direction of Thomas Wise; Musical numbers under the direction of Lewis Hooper
Settings by D. Frank Dodge, Frank E. Gates and E. A. Morange; Costume Design by Mlle. Frederica DeWolfe and Mood
Orchestra under the direction of Herman Perlet
Percy BronsonArthur Gilbert
Seabright's nephew
Robert Peyton CarterWayland Clingstone
one of the boys of long ago
Ida HawleyFlorence Gilbert
Seabright's niece
Walter PercivalLieutenant King
stationed at Fortress Monroe
Truly ShattuckAdelaide Forster
(The Lady) from Lane's detective agency
Thomas WiseSingleton Seabright
who assumes the name of Bassett
William BarrowsFront
who runs the hotel
Marie BarryCashier
John BranderHenry Andrews
a policeman
Irene ChandlerTelephone Girl
Edna ClarkTelephone Girl
Helen CourtneyTelephone Girl
Mrs. E.A. EberleArabella Clingstone
an appropriated angel
Margaret FealyCashier
Anna HallTypewriter
Mary HarrisCashier
Frank KelleyJohnson
a fearless detective
Virginia LauranceTelephone Girl
Georgie LawrenceMamie Morris
Miss Gilbert's maid
Myrtle LawtonCashier
Arthur LichtyBell-Boy
Irene LoveTelephone Girl
John MeagherPorter
Charles MelvilleBell-Boy
Beula MontroiseTelephone Girl
J. W. MurphyPorter
Julie NewellTypewriter
Alice PackardTypewriter
Lucille ParrishTypewriter
Eleanor RussellTypewriter
Harold RussellPorter
Georgie SageTelephone Girl
Mabel ShepherdCashier
Edith SladdenTypewriter
Georgia SnyderCashier
Polly StanleyCashier
Gertrude TaylorCashier
Frank UngerWilliam Darrow
a policeman
Lionel WalshLord Choppentott
Dorothy WatsonTypewriter
Charles WedlakeBell-Boy
Joseph WellsPorter
Florence WesterveltTelephone Girl
Edith WilliamsTelephone Girl
Frank WilliamsBell-Boy
music by Gustav Kerker; lyrics by George Broadhurst
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Take a MaidFlorence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Arthur Gilbert (Seabright's nephew)
That Really Was a Lovely Place for MeMamie Morris (Miss Gilbert's maid)
It Takes a Woman to Catch a ManAdelaide Forster ((The Lady) from Lane's detective agency)
(Rock-Rock-Rock Let Me Rock in) My Old Rocking Chair
(music by George Spink; lyrics by George Spink)
Singleton Seabright (who assumes the name of Bassett) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
I Met My Love in a RestaurantLieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe) and Chorus
I Never Do It NowWayland Clingstone (one of the boys of long ago), Arthur Gilbert (Seabright's nephew) and Front (who runs the hotel)
You, Just YouFlorence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Chorus
Story Book DaysLieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe)
(The) Correspondence SchoolMamie Morris (Miss Gilbert's maid)
ACT 3 Sung By
Ladies' Day ParadeLieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe) and Chorus
Woman, Lovely WomanSingleton Seabright (who assumes the name of Bassett)
The Sweetest Words That E'er Were SaidFlorence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Lieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe)