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Oh, My Dear!   

Princess Theatre, (11/27/1918 - circa. 4/1918)
39th Street Theatre, (4/21/1919 - 5/10/1919)
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Opening Date: Nov 27, 1918    
Closing Date: May 10, 1919 Total Performances: 189

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts
Setting: The Rockett Health Farm

Production Staff
Produced by William Elliott and F. Ray Comstock
Book by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse; Music by Louis A. Hirsch; Lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld; Additional music by Jean Schwartz; Featuring songs by Jerome Kern and Benjamin Hapgood Burt; Featuring songs with lyrics by Roy Atwell
Directed by Robert Milton and Edward Royce
Scenic Design by Robert Milton; Costume Design by Harry Collins; Men's clothes designed by Croydon, Ltd.
Joseph AllenBagshott
Roy AtwellBroadway Willie Burbank
Dorothy BaileyMiss Beekman
Helen BarnesGeorgie Van Alstyne
Marjorie BentleyGrace Spelvin
Georgia CaineMrs. Rockett
Clara CarrollMiss Lennox
Gene CarrollMiss Schuyler
Frances ChaseMiss Stuyvesant
Helen ClarkeBabe
Miriam CollinsPickles
Francis X. ConlanJoe Plummer
Juliette DayJennie Wren
Evelyn DornHazel
Sven ErickNeal Clarke
Robert GebhardtHarry Coppins
Patricia GordonMiss Barclay
Frederic GrahamDr. Rockett
Dorothy La RueMiss Bryant
Alfa LaneeMiss Audobon
Victor Le RoyWillie Love
Rene ManningMiss Franklin
Florence McGuireNan Hatton
Victoria MilesMiss Rhinelander
Bessie MoreMiss Cortlandt
Joseph SantleyBruce Allenby
Ivy SawyerHilda Rockett
Jennifer SinclairMiss Greeley
Jacques StoneFrank Lynn
music by Louis A. Hirsch; lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I Shall Be All Right NowBroadway Willie Burbank and Girls
I Wonder Whether (I've Loved You All My Life)Bruce Allenby and Hilda Rockett
Ask DadGeorgie Van Alstyne, Broadway Willie Burbank, Dr. Rockett, Pickles and Babe
Our City of DreamsHilda Rockett and Girls
Come Where Nature CallsMrs. Rockett, Bruce Allenby, Hilda Rockett, Dr. Rockett and Girls
Phoebe SnowJennie Wren and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Go, Little Boat
(music by Jerome Kern)
Hilda Rockett, Boys and Girls
You Never KnowBruce Allenby, Hilda Rockett, Babe, Girls and Boys
Try AgainBruce Allenby, Hilda Rockett and Jennie Wren
It Sort of Makes a Fellow Stop and Think
(music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; lyrics by Roy Atwell)
Broadway Willie Burbank
Childhood DaysBruce Allenby, Dr. Rockett, Bagshott, Georgie Van Alstyne, Babe and Pickles
Oh, My Dear
I'd Ask No MoreHilda Rockett, Jennie Wren and Boys
If They Ever Parted Me from YouBroadway Willie Burbank and Jennie Wren