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Bright Eyes   

New York Theatre, (2/28/1910 - 4/02/1910)
Grand Opera House, (5/02/1910 - circa. 5/1910)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 28, 1910    
Closing Date: May 1910 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: October in New York City and Greyston, Westchester County

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph M. Gaites
Music by Karl Hoschna; Based on a comedy by Charles Dickson and Grant Stewart; Lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach; Book by Charles Dickson; Additional lyrics by Cecil Lean and Collin Davis; Additional music by Florence Holbrook; Musical Director: Earl Schwartz
Directed by Morris Uri; Staged by Fred A. Bishop
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy; Lighting Design by Kliegl Brothers, Charles DeSoria and Frank Callaghan
Manuel A. AlexanderJoseph McCann
Florence AverillChorus
Mary BillsburyChorus
Olga BrittonChorus
Arthur ConradWilliam Hawley
Alice CourtlandChorus
Anna DexterChorus
Jennie FieldingChorus
Vera FinlayMrs. Hunter-Chase
Bessie FontaineChorus
Alice GordonChorus
Emirza GordonChorus
Ethel GrauChorus
Helen GrayChorus
Lillian HagerChorus
Ida HarrisChorus
Florence HolbrookDorothy Mayland
Louise LathropChorus
Walter LawJohn Q. Montague
Cecil LeanTom Genowin
Al LeechChorus
Carrie LillieChorus
Louise LucasChorus
Percy LyndalMr. Hunter-Chase
E. G. MelendyChorus
Bunk MiddletonChorus
Gypsy MooneyChorus
Juliet MooneyChorus
Juliet MooreChorus
Esther OlsonChorus
Agatha PickardChorus
Natalie PorterChorus
Emily PriceChorus
Cecelia RenardChorus
Ken RodgersChorus
Eugene SallingerQuick
Adelaide SharpLinda Kurtz
May SheldonChorus
Heloise SheppardChorus
Stella ThomasChorus
Ella ValentineChorus
VictorReggie Murphy
Margaret Von KeeseChorus
Grace WallChorus
Billie WardChorus
Pauline WintersGladys Brady
Winkie WorthingtonChorus
music by Karl Hoschna; lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
On with the RehearsalEnsemble
Tom Boy, Tom BoyTom Boy Girls
For You, Bright EyesDorothy Mayland and Chorus
Cheer Up, My HoneyTom Genowin and Dorothy Mayland
The Mood You Are InTom Genowin, Dorothy Mayland, Mr. Hunter-Chase and Mrs. Hunter-Chase
Good Old Days of YoreShow Girl and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
That's the Life of a Stable BoyEnsemble
The Man on the BoxWilliam Hawley
Gallop, GallopEnsemble
If Only You Would Take a Tip (from Me)William Hawley
ACT 3 Sung By
The AngelusEnsemble
Arrival of the GuestsEnsemble
The Lines in Molly's HandTom Genowin
Mrs. Casey
(music by Florence Holbrook; lyrics by Cecil Lean and Collin Davis)
Dorothy Mayland
He's a Fan, Fan, Fan
(music by Florence Holbrook; lyrics by Cecil Lean)
Tom Genowin