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The Queen of the Moulin Rouge   

Circle Theatre, (12/07/1908 - 4/24/1909)
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Opening Date: Dec 07, 1908    
Closing Date: Apr 24, 1909 Total Performances: 160

Category: Musical, Comedy, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Paris

Production Staff
Produced by Thomas W. Ryley
Music by John T. Hall; Book by Paul M. Potter; Lyrics by Vincent Bryan; Musical Director: Charles Zimmerman
Staged by Frank Smithson; Dances arranged by Joseph C. Smith
Scenery painted by Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Richard F. CarrollSergius
ex-King of Orcania
Daddy Gimble
Italian Waiter
Ma'm Monicart
Monsieur Belschazzar
loan broker
a tramp
an Anarchist
Carter De HavenSacha
King of Orcania
Edward M. FavorSavourette
art teacher
Fletcher NortonVan Gosling
Flora ParkerPrincess Marotz Rakovitza
Veola AdamsDorothy Wildreck
Art Student
Frances AlainDancing Girl
Louise AlexanderAnna
an Orcanian maid
Telegraph Operator
Apache Dancer
Rudolph AllenStudent
George AndersonTod McAlpin
Odette AuberParisette
a shop girl
Albert BarlowStudent
Inez BlairArt Student
Horace BlankinshipStudent
Frank X. BushmanDurand
a citizen
Doris CameronMathilde
A. Alan CampbellInspector of Police
Patricia CollingeA Flower Girl
Regina ConnellyDancing Girl
Gail CrandallDancing Girl
Edward CrawfordStudent
Billee CuppiaArt Student
Charles DaltonStudent
Ethel DavisArt Student
Thomas De VasseyBaron St. Etienne
Reginald DeVeulleBlanchard
a singer
Harry DeeStudent
Juliette DikaMme. St. Angelo
Lillian DowdArt Student
Hattie ForsytheLea
Irene GeorgeArt Student
Stephen HaggeryStudent
John HamiltonStudent
Stella HansenArt Student
Trudie HatchDancing Girl
Waldo HeinemannStudent
Jeanette HortonMariette
Harry HumphreysConstant
a waiter
Joel JohnstonStudent
Eileen KearneyEdmee
Al LaCroixStudent
Grace LesterArt Student
May MaloneyChochon
Adele MarieDancing Girl
Lotta McCreeDancing Girl
Berta MillsOlga Zu Linar
Art Student
Ethel MostynDancing Girl
Leila ParkerArt Student
Anita PollockDancing Girl
Charles PriceStudent
Russell PriceAgent of Police
Eloise ReedArt Student
Genevieve ReedArt Student
P. H. RibletWu Tin
Fred RivenhallMajor General Bonnivard
Grace RussellDancing Girl
Madeline SevilleArt Student
Frank SherlockCount Kristof
Joseph C. SmithApache Dancer
Marguerite St. ClairDancing Girl
Eleanor ThorneMargot
Florence TownshendArt Student
Joseph V. TullarStudent
George WharnockPhilippe
of the Quat-z-Arts
Elizabeth WhitneyAlice
Edward WilsonPhelim O'Shea
Violet ZellDancing Girl
music by John T. Hall; lyrics by Vincent Bryan
ACT 1 Sung By
Painting Paris (Come with Me and Paint Paris)Sacha (King of Orcania) and Chorus
The QuarrelMajor General Bonnivard and Sergius (ex-King of Orcania)
Shy Little Violet BluePrincess Marotz Rakovitza and Chorus
Drill of the Coquette CorpsPrincess Marotz Rakovitza, Art Students and Students
Sweet Rosa PompettaSergius (ex-King of Orcania) and Chorus
Psychical SocietySavourette (art teacher)
Papa's Popular BoyVan Gosling and Girls
In OrcaniaSacha (King of Orcania) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
The Pleasure BrigadeEnsemble
Love's Dream is Over (Our Dream of Love Is O'er)Princess Marotz Rakovitza, Art Students, Sacha (King of Orcania), Phelim O'Shea and Tod McAlpin
I've Waited Long for TheeSergius (ex-King of Orcania) and Chorus
Take That Off, TooInspector of Police and Girls
The Under-worldApache Dancers
The Kicking PolkaParisette (a shop girl) and Blanchard (a singer)
Drummed OutEnsemble
Clock SongArt Students
Little Old New YorkVan Gosling and Chorus