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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 Boley Miss Cuticle
a manicure
John E. Hazzard Judge Terence Fitzgerald
Jacques Kruger Old Bunn
Felix's father
Sylvain Langlois Milo
a street musician
Walter Lawrence Tom Otis
the Otis' son
Bertha Mills Lola
the Hurdy Gurdy Girl
John W. Ransone Otto Ludwig Otis
the Sausage King
Adele Rowland Mary Fitzgerald
the Fitzgerald's daughter
Annie Yeamans Sara Otis
Otto's wife
May Barrell Newsboy
Victor Bozart Porter No. 1
Dot Cloudman White Wing
Ethel Daggett Milkman
Nellie Fallon White Wing
Hughie Flaherty Chuck Bixby
a bell boy
Marjorie Gerald Postman
James Hunter Roma
Milo's wife
Oscar Jones Porter No. 2
Mayme Kelso Gwendolyn Fitzgerald
Judge Fitzgerald's wife
Edith Kimball Newsboy
Nat Kolb Mr. Wheels
A Walking Delegate
Josie Magee White Wing
Minnie Mason Newsboy
Bertha May Newsboy
Evelyn Meredith Postman
Jewell Meredith Postman
Peggy Merritt Milkman
James Russell The Kicker
F. S. Scholl Policeman Ajax
Rita Stanwood Milkman
Harry Stone Felix Bunn
a hotel clerk
Tony Sullivan Mrs. McShane
the Otis family's butler
Marie Sydney Milkman
Marion Vose White Wing
Hattie Williams Postman
music by H.L. Heartz; lyrics by Richard Carle
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Bluff Porter No. 1 and Bunco Men
The Sausage King Otto Ludwig Otis (the Sausage King) and Chorus
Scrub, Scrub, Scrub Scrub Women
Hope On Milo (a street musician)
The Hurdy Gurdy Girl Tom Otis (the Otis' son) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
The Croquet Game Chorus
I'm a Mischievous Girl Mary Fitzgerald (the Fitzgerald's daughter) and Chorus
The Modest Manicure Miss Cuticle (a manicure)
Come, Little Dearie Mary 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
Stories Judge Terence Fitzgerald, Otto Ludwig Otis (the Sausage King) and Old Bunn (Felix's father)
ACT 3Sung By
Style Miss Cuticle (a manicure) and Chorus
She's the Apple of My Eye Felix Bunn (a hotel clerk) and Chorus