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The Man Who Owns Broadway   

New York Theatre , (10/11/1909 - 1/29/1910)
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Opening Date:Oct 11, 1909   
Closing Date:Jan 29, 1910 Total Performances:128

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

Production Staff
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Book by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan; Based on the play "Popularity" by George M. Cohan; Music arranged by Charles J. Gebest; Musical Director: Karl Weixelbaum
Staged by George M. Cohan
Ladies' costumes from Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company; Men's clothes from Max Marx; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert, Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes
Ernest Band Ensemble
George Barber Ensemble
Grace Beaumont Ensemble
Beatrice Bertrand Ensemble
Irma Bertrand Ensemble
Marie Caldwell Ensemble
William Cody Ensemble
Johnny Dale Ensemble
Leonard Davies Ensemble
Lulu Davies Ensemble
Trixie DeWitt Ensemble
Martin Enwright Ensemble
W. J. Ford Harry Hathaway
a young sport
Stanley Forde Anthony Bridwell
a multi-millionaire
Edythe Gilbert Ensemble
Harry Glover Ensemble
Frances Gordon Edith Wilson
Tom's sweetheart
John Gordon Ensemble
Mary Gordon Ensemble
Ralph Harlow Detective
Murry Harris Ensemble
Maudie Heath Ensemble
Raymond Hitchcock Sydey Lyons
a Broadway star
William Hobbis Ensemble
Mollie Hoffman Ensemble
William Hovey Ensemble
Catherine Howland Ensemble
Rokey Johnson Ensemble
Curt Karpe Captain at Martin's
Armand King Starter
Mabel Leichman Ensemble
Paula Leslie Ensemble
Rose Leslie Ensemble
Lora Lieb Caroline Curtis
a villainess
Sadie Livermoore Ensemble
Marguerite Loveridge Ensemble
Bonnie Luzon Ensemble
George Lydecker George Burnham
a villain
Eddie Lynn Ensemble
Ethel Lytle Ensemble
Eva Marsh Ensemble
Paul McShane Ensemble
Mary Moon Ensemble
Maude Morris Anna
a maid
Dottie Moyer Ensemble
Irene Moyer Ensemble
Frances Ross Ensemble
Thomas Shields Special Officer
Polly Stanley Ensemble
Leland Sterns Ensemble
Mark Sullivan Andrews
a butler
Bill Robinson
Lyons' manager
Edythe Thorne Ensemble
Charles L. Tucker Ensemble
Edward Weinberg Ensemble
Scott Welsh Tom Bridwell
Anthony Bridwell's son
Emily Wilson Ensemble
Elizabeth Young Ensemble
Flora Zabelle Sylvia Bridwell
Anthony Bridwell's daughter
music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan
ACT 1Sung By
My Daughter Is Wed to a Friend of Mine Ensemble
I've Always Been a Good Old Sport Anthony Bridwell (a multi-millionaire) and Male Chorus
I'm In Love with One of the Stars Sylvia Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's daughter) and Chorus
Secrets of the Household (When a Servant Learns a Secret) Servants
The Man Who Owns Broadway Sydey Lyons (a Broadway star) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
You'd Think You Were in Paris Ensemble
Love Will Make or Break a Man Edith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart) and Chorus
(There's) Something About a Uniform Caroline Curtis (a villainess) and Chorus
Ona Hundred Different Ships Sydey Lyons (a Broadway star) and Company
I'm All O.K. with K. & E. (I'm O.K. with K. and O.) Bill Robinson (Lyons' manager) and Company
A Nice Little Plot for a Play Sydey Lyons (a Broadway star), Tom Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's son), Sylvia Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's daughter) and Edith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart)
ACT 3Sung By
In the Waldorf Halls Detective and Chorus
I'll Go the Route for You (I'll Go the Route with You) Tom Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's son) and Edith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart)
March of the King's Amazons Chorus
Why They Made Him King Sydey Lyons (a Broadway star)