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Lola from Berlin   

Liberty Theatre , (9/16/1907 - 10/19/1907)
Grand Opera House , (10/28/1907 - circa. 11/02/1907)
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Opening Date:Sep 16, 1907   
Closing Date:Nov 02, 1907 Total Performances:43

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act I: Library in the house of John Westervelt. Act II: Drawing-room. Act III: Summer house of Westervelt, overlooking the Hudson.

Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Jean Schwartz; Book by John J. McNally; Lyrics by William Jerome
Staged by Al Holbrook
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Music arranged and conducted by Watty Hydes
Electrical effects by Harry Bissing
Lulu Glaser Lotchen von Breckenhaussett
known as Lola
Ralph C. Herz Richard Winchester Chorttle
an actor of the old school
Florence Lester Mrs. Jack Westervelt
Westervelt's wife
Dodson Mitchell John Westervelt
corporation lawyer and man of affairs
Lillian Spencer Edith Westervelt
Westervelt's daughter
Jack Standing Arthur Paget
novelist, in love with Lola
Minnette Barrett Annie White
Arthur Bell College Boy
Vinnie Bradcome Dollie Chorttle
Chorttle's niece
Bessie Carrette German Girl
Katherine Daly German Girl
Al. S. Dowling College Boy
Billee Florence German Girl
William Glaser Billy Needham
in love with Edith
Howard W. James College Boy
Jackson Karlyle College Boy
George Le Guere Edward Lott
Westervelt's secretary
Geraldine Malone German Girl
Lulu Martell German Girl
J. D. Miller College Boy
Wallace Owen Barstowe
Walter Pennington Harry Clarkson
Thomas Phillips College Boy
Homer Potts College Boy
W.J. Readon College Boy
Lavinia Shannon Beatrice Courtlandt
in love with Harry
Edith Warner German Girl
May Willard German Girl
Gladys Zell German Girl
music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome
Altdeutscher Liebersreim Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)
I Think of You the Whole Year Round Edith Westervelt (Westervelt's daughter) and Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)
I'd Sooner Be a Has-Been Richard Winchester Chorttle (an actor of the old school)
Unter der Linden Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)
Beneath the Moon Edith Westervelt (Westervelt's daughter) and Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)
Just Home from College Chorus
Poor Little Foolish Man Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)
Signs Richard Winchester Chorttle (an actor of the old school)
There's Not Another Girlie in the World Like You Lotchen von Breckenhaussett (known as Lola)