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44th Street Theatre, (10/07/1919 - 11/22/1919)
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Opening Date: Oct 07, 1919    
Closing Date: Nov 22, 1919 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Tampa Bay Hotel, outside the Aviation Camp, Grand Minstrel and Jones' Ever-Ready Minstrels, the Levee on the Mississippi, the drug store, the villa of Col. Winslow, New Orleans, Jazz Valley and the ba

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Jean Schwartz; Book by Edgar Smith and Emily Young; Lyrics by Alfred Bryan; Based on the musical "The Ham Tree" by George V. Hobart, Jean Schwartz and William Jerome; Musical Director: Samuel Lehman; Additional music by Carey Morgan, G.H. Clutsam, Harold G. Frost, F. Henri Klickmann, Haydn Wood and Jack Glogau; Additional lyrics by Carey Morgan, G.H. Clutsam, Harold G. Frost, F. Henri Klickmann, Fred E. Weatherly, Murray Kissen and Joe Burns
Choreographed by Allan K. Foster
Costume Design by Samuel Zalud
Chick BarrymoreGloria Carter
May BattieEnsemble
Pearl BettsEnsemble
Fred BlissLieut. Clay
Kitty BoylanEnsemble
Boyle & BrazilSimons and Slocum
Marjorie BushEnsemble
Jack CagwinLieut. Jack Winslow
Larry CliffordJim Delilly
Marion ComfortEnsemble
Florence DeBardeEnsemble
Peggy DempseyMary Lawton
Helen DeWittEnsemble
Mabel ElaineEczema Johnson
Bertine FarnsworthEnsemble
Jack FlemingEnsemble
Eddie FlynnSpike Murphy
Harry ForsyethLieut. Gordon
Renee GenereEnsemble
John GoldenEnsemble
Gabriel GreyMrs. Carter
Martin GriffinLieut. Jackson
Joe HamiltonJoe
Bull Conners
Thomas K. HeathHenry Clay Jones
Vivien HoltAunt Jeminma
May IrvingEnsemble
Charles Judson"Muggs" Casey
Al LaddenEnsemble
Irmelda LaMortEnsemble
Jean LeeEnsemble
Marty LeeEnsemble
Edith MainardEnsemble
Dot MantellMollie Bragg
Pearle MatthewsEnsemble
Mollie McCabeEnsemble
Helen McCarthyEnsemble
James McIntyreAlexander
Beth McKendryEnsemble
Mae MillarEnsemble
Esther MillerEnsemble
John MillsEnsemble
Joe MullenEnsemble
Marie NasonEnsemble
Milton PohsLeader of Crowd
Dan QuinlanCol. Winslow
Rosie QuinnMaude Bradbury
Lottie ReickSusie Folsom
Catherine RichEnsemble
Earl RickardCapt. Chomendley
Edith RookEnsemble
Elinore RosedaleEnsemble
Lillian RosedaleMammy Cloe
Murry SaletLieut. Allen
Eddie ScanlonEnsemble
Esther ShannonEnsemble
Lillian SimmsEnsemble
Evelyn SintaeEnsemble
Betty SquiresEnsemble
Marion StockwellEnsemble
Sophie TuckerAunt Kittie
Jean TyneEthel Winslow
Marie ValerioEnsemble
Winnie WardEnsemble
Trixie WarrenEnsemble
Frank Westphal"Toots" McSwat
Sid WilliamsEnsemble
Florence WinnEnsemble
music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Alfred Bryan
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Tampa BaySimons and Slocum and Ensemble
Up in the AirEthel Winslow, Maude Bradbury, Lieut. Jack Winslow and Capt. Chomendley
BaseballGloria Carter and Baseball Players
Pantomime Baseball"Toots" McSwat, "Muggs" Casey and Spike Murphy
Why Are Chickens So High?
(music by Carey Morgan; lyrics by Carey Morgan)
Aunt Kittie
(Those) Dixie MelodiesSimons and Slocum and Ensemble
Give Me the South (All the Time)Maude Bradbury and Lieut. Jack Winslow
Glad I'm from DixieJim Delilly
Tell MeLieut. Jack Winslow and Quartette
(Sweet) Hawaiian Moonlight
(music by Harold G. Frost and F. Henri Klickmann; lyrics by Harold G. Frost and F. Henri Klickmann)
Aunt Jeminma and Mammy Cloe
Roses of Picardy
(music by Haydn Wood; lyrics by Fred E. Weatherly)
Aunt Jeminma and Mammy Cloe
Rock-a-Bye BabyCapt. Chomendley
At the High Brown Baby's BallAunt Kittie
(When Those) Mason and Dixon Minstrels (Hit Town)Simons and Slocum and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Ma Curly Headed Baby
(music by G.H. Clutsam; lyrics by G.H. Clutsam)
Aunt Jeminma and Mammy Cloe
Ghost of Old Black JoeEczema Johnson, Simons and Slocum and Ensemble
Swanee GlideEczema Johnson and Ensemble
Two Lips from GeorgiaLieut. Jack Winslow
Old Fashioned RagEthel Winslow, Maude Bradbury, Lieut. Jack Winslow, Capt. Chomendley and Ensemble
(Pretty Up, Pretty Up,) Pretty BabyMaude Bradbury and Ensemble
Oh How Much Good He Does Me
When It Comes to Lovin' the Girls I'm Way Ahead of the Times
(music by Jack Glogau; lyrics by Murray Kissen and Joe Burns)
Yip! Yip! Ensemble