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The Echo   

Globe Theatre, (8/17/1910 - 10/01/1910)
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Opening Date: Aug 17, 1910    
Closing Date: Oct 01, 1910 Total Performances: 53

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Echo House in New England

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Deems Taylor; Book by William Le Baron and Deems Taylor; Lyrics by Deems Taylor and William Le Baron; Musical Director: DeWitt C. Coolman; Featuring songs by DeWitt C. Coolman, Al Piantadosi, P.H. Christine, Nathaniel D. Ayer, Jerome Kern, Jean Schwartz, Karl Hoschna, Worton David, George Arthurs, Edward B. Claypoole and James R. Brewers; Featuring songs with lyrics by Worton David, Felix F. Feist, John L. Golden, A. Seymour Brown, M. E. Rourke, William Jerome, George V. Hobart, George Arthurs, Edward B. Claypoole and James R. Brewers
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by William Rock and Al Holbrook
Costume Design by Serge de Salomko
Jean BarnetteChorus
Alice BelgaChorus
Alma BensonChorus
R C BoschChorus
E. H. BromleyChorus
Virginia CalvertChorus
Irving J. CarpenterChorus
Evelyn CarringtonMrs. Brewster
Earl CavanaughChorus
Bonnie ClarkeChorus
Verna DaltonChorus
Olivia DeppChorus
W. A. DeVensChorus
Jennie DollyDorothy Sylvester
Rose DollyEdith Sylvester
Louise DonovanChorus
Howard DyattChorus
Clara EckstromChorus
Eva FallonMolly Brewster
Helen GilmoreChorus
Edgar HalsteadCyrus Adams
John E. HazzardRudolph W. Sylvester
Joseph HerbertReggie Brewster
Arthur HillMr. Bruin
R.S. HunasonChorus
Roy LloydChorus
Carl McBrideChorus
Bessie McCoyKate
Georgie Drew MendumLaura Short
Bertha MorelleChorus
Lillian NicholsonChorus
Fred PerineChorus
E H RandallChorus
Lillian RiceSettle
Ben RyanBob Ferris
J.J. ScannellHorace Randolph
Leila SpragueChorus
Douglas StevensonDick Brown
Lucille StorerChorus
Louis StrangardChorus
Norma ThomasChorus
Ruth TompkinsChorus
Blanche TrappChorus
Angie WeimarsSue
Grace WendellChorus
George WhiteDon Ferris
Annie YeamansMrs. Sophie Adams
Gladys ZellChorus
Violet ZellChorus
music by Deems Taylor; lyrics by Deems Taylor and William Le Baron
(Unless otherwise noted)

The Advertising ManDick Brown
To Be ContinuedDon Ferris, Bob Ferris, Mrs. Brewster and Laura Short
Since Jane Heard a Popular SongEdith Sylvester
The Things You Think Are Not the Things You SayRudolph W. Sylvester
Clothes Make the Soldier ManReggie Brewster and Chorus
The Course of True LoveDon Ferris, Bob Ferris, Edith Sylvester and Dorothy Sylvester
Poor Old SolomonRudolph W. Sylvester
All the World Loves a LoverDick Brown
They Never Think About the ManDick Brown and Molly Brewster
Jolly the Boarders Along
Mountain Maiden
The Little Echo
Song of the Songs
(It's) Never Too Late to Learn
My Guiding Star
(music by James R. Brewers and Edward B. Claypoole; lyrics by James R. Brewers and Edward B. Claypoole)
Heigh Ho
(music by Nathaniel D. Ayer; lyrics by A. Seymour Brown)
(It's) Never Too Late to Learn
I'm Waiting Here for Kate
(music by Worton David and George Arthurs; lyrics by Worton David and George Arthurs)
I Don't Want to Be a Soldier Boy
(music by Karl Hoschna; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
The Newport Glide
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Whistle When You're Lonely
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
The Yankee Doodle Guards
(music by DeWitt C. Coolman; lyrics by John L. Golden)
You're Just the Girlie That I Adore
(music by Nathaniel D. Ayer; lyrics by A. Seymour Brown)
The French Fandango
(music by P.H. Christine; lyrics by John L. Golden)
Skiddy-mer-rink-a-doo Means I Love You
(music by Al Piantadosi; lyrics by Felix F. Feist)