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The Slim Princess   

Globe Theatre , (1/02/1911 - 4/01/1911)
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Opening Date:Jan 02, 1911   
Closing Date:Apr 01, 1911 Total Performances:104

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Borivenia and Washington, D.C.

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Leslie Stuart; Book by Henry Blossom; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; From a story by George Ade; Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn
Staged by Austin Hurgon
Costume Design by Percy Anderson
Edna Bates Chorus
Julia Beaubien Chorus
Alys Belga Chorus
Leila Benton Chorus
Babe Beresford Chorus
Jackie Beryl Chorus
Jane Bliss Chorus
Elizabeth Brice Lutie Longstreet
Max Brown Chorus
Sam Burbank Tom Golding
Evelyn Carson Chorus
Joseph Cawthorn Herr Louis von Schloppenhauer
Peggy Dana Chorus
Arthur J. Engel Baluchistan
Helen Falconer Chorus
May Fields Chorus
Julia Frary Princess Jeneka
Dolly Germaine Chorus
Fred Gould Chorus
Norah Gourley Chorus
Josephine Harriman Chorus
Pauline Hathaway Chorus
Carl Hayden Hamdi Pasha
Bessie Holbrook Chorus
Elsie Janis Princess Kalora
Charles Judels Count Luigi Tincagni Tomasso
Josephine Kernell Chorus
Alice Keyes Chorus
Charles King "Tod" Norcross
Josephine Lachmar Chorus
Albert Lamson Chorus
Wallace McCutcheon Alex Pike
Joseph C. Miron Prince Selim Malagsaki
Ralph Nairn Hon. Crawley Plumston
Anna Pallas Chorus
Estelle Perry Chorus
Fred Pirkuritz Chorus
Henrietta Pouts Chorus
Peggy Preston Chorus
Olive Quimby Chorus
Eugene Revere Harry Romaine
Margaret St. Clair Chorus
Elise Steele Chorus
Harriet Sterling A Visitor
Albert Stewart Lucas
Mona Trieste Chorus
Queenie Vassar Madame Saidis
Neil Walton Bokhara
Kate Wingfield Mrs. Plumston
music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Henry Blossom
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
When the Guards Go Marching By Hamdi Pasha and Male Chorus
I Like 'Em Plump
Love's Lesson Female Chorus
A Little Pot of Tea Hon. Crawley Plumston and Chorus
Kalora's Entrance Prince Selim Malagsaki, Princess Kalora and Chorus
My Yankee Doodle Girl
(music by John L. Golden and Victor Herbert)
ACT 2Sung By
We Will Not Live in a Little Bungalow
Nursery Rhymes
I'm Glad My Home Is in the States
The Land of the Free
Do You Belong to Anyone in Particular
ACT 3Sung By
A Certain Sort of Father
Oh! what a Chance to Take
Queen of My Dreams