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The Hurdy-Gurdy Girl   

Wallack's Theatre, (9/23/1907 - 10/12/1907)
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Opening Date: Sep 23, 1907    
Closing Date: Oct 12, 1907 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: New York City and Larchmont

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Marks
Book by Richard Carle; Music by H.L. Heartz; Lyrics by Richard Carle; Music orchestrated by Robert Hood Bowers and Alfred Dalby
Entire production staged under the personal supervision of Richard Carle; Dances arranged by Richard Carle and Adolph Neuberger
Costumes (Act I) by Ena Welch and Warnock Uniform Company; Costumes (Acts II, III) by Felix, Worth, Paquin, and Lafirriere of Paris; Scenic Design by Oliver P. Bernard
Orchestra under the direction of Alfred Dalby
May BoleyMiss Cuticle
a manicure
John E. HazzardJudge Terence Fitzgerald
Jacques KrugerOld Bunn
Felix's father
Sylvain LangloisMilo
a street musician
Walter LawrenceTom Otis
the Otis' son
Bertha MillsLola
the Hurdy Gurdy Girl
John W. RansoneOtto Ludwig Otis
the Sausage King
Adele RowlandMary Fitzgerald
the Fitzgerald's daughter
Annie YeamansSara Otis
Otto's wife
May BarrellNewsboy
Victor BozartPorter No. 1
Dot CloudmanWhite Wing
Ethel DaggettMilkman
Nellie FallonWhite Wing
Hughie FlahertyChuck Bixby
a bell boy
Marjorie GeraldPostman
James HunterRoma
Milo's wife
Oscar JonesPorter No. 2
Mayme KelsoGwendolyn Fitzgerald
Judge Fitzgerald's wife
Edith KimballNewsboy
Nat KolbMr. Wheels
A Walking Delegate
Josie MageeWhite Wing
Minnie MasonNewsboy
Bertha MayNewsboy
Evelyn MeredithPostman
Jewell MeredithPostman
Peggy MerrittMilkman
James RussellThe Kicker
F. S. SchollPoliceman Ajax
Rita StanwoodMilkman
Harry StoneFelix Bunn
a hotel clerk
Tony SullivanMrs. McShane
the Otis family's butler
Marie SydneyMilkman
Marion VoseWhite Wing
Hattie WilliamsPostman
music by H.L. Heartz; lyrics by Richard Carle
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
BluffPorter No. 1 and Bunco Men
The Sausage KingOtto Ludwig Otis (the Sausage King) and Chorus
Scrub, Scrub, ScrubScrub Women
Hope OnMilo (a street musician)
The Hurdy Gurdy GirlTom Otis (the Otis' son) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
The Croquet GameChorus
I'm a Mischievous GirlMary Fitzgerald (the Fitzgerald's daughter) and Chorus
The Modest ManicureMiss Cuticle (a manicure)
Come, Little DearieMary Fitzgerald (the Fitzgerald's daughter), Tom Otis (the Otis' son) and Felix Bunn (a hotel clerk)
In Bohemia
(music by Richard Carle)
Tom Otis (the Otis' son) and Chorus
StoriesJudge Terence Fitzgerald, Otto Ludwig Otis (the Sausage King) and Old Bunn (Felix's father)
ACT 3 Sung By
StyleMiss Cuticle (a manicure) and Chorus
She's the Apple of My EyeFelix Bunn (a hotel clerk) and Chorus