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The Siren   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (8/28/1911 - 12/16/1911)
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Opening Date: Aug 28, 1911    
Closing Date: Dec 16, 1911 Total Performances: 116

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Vienna

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Leo Fall; Book by Leo Stein and Dr. A. M. Willner; English libretto by Harry B. Smith; Music orchestrated by Harold Vicars; Featuring songs by Jerome Kern, Worton David and Egbert Van Alstyne; Featuring songs with lyrics by Adrian Ross, M. E. Rourke, Herbert Reynolds, Herbert Thompson and George Arthurs
Staged by Thomas Reynolds
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Lord and Taylor and Dazian
Mollie AlexanderEnsemble
Edith AllenEnsemble
Alice AsheEnsemble
Veronique BannerRobertine
Sydney BaramEnsemble
Audrey BertonEnsemble
Donald BrianArmand, Marquis de Ravaillac
Edith BurchEnsemble
Edwin BurchEnsemble
Marie ButlerEnsemble
Sara CarrPepi
Frances CerattEnsemble
Gilbert ChildsGrion
Gene ColeAlberta
Gilbert ColemanEnsemble
Ethel DavisFreda
Roger DavisEnsemble
Pauline DelormeYvonne
Beatrice D'EsslingNinon
Louise DonovanMagda
Jacqueline DuBarryEnsemble
Candida DundasEnsemble
Clementine DundasJustine
Bessie DurantEnsemble
Clara EckstromEnsemble
Florence FarmerEnsemble
Winship FinkEnsemble
Elizabeth FirthClarisse
Hazel FlintEnsemble
Walter GilbertEnsemble
Jane HallMimi
Henry HoltEnsemble
Marie HurstEnsemble
Constance HyattEnsemble
George JohnsonEnsemble
Ethel KellyToni
Adelaide KornauEnsemble
Anna KuehlEnsemble
Victor Le RoyLadislas
Edith LennoxEnsemble
Leah LennoxEnsemble
Florence MackEnsemble
Moya ManneringSuzanne
Edward MarshallEnsemble
Minnie MartinEnsemble
Helen MayFranzi
Florence MorrisonFrau Eisenbehr
Luther MottEnsemble
Frank MoulanBaron Siegfried Bazilos
Ralph O'BrienEnsemble
John O'HanlonEnsemble
Lester OstranderEnsemble
Caroline PuliamEnsemble
Julia SandersonLolotte
F. Pope StamperMalipote
Edwin StoneEnsemble
Robert B. TomsEnsemble
Charles VandivereEnsemble
Theodore WaltersEnsemble
Will WestHannibal Beckmesser
George WhartonEnsemble
Molly WyndhamEnsemble
music by Leo Fall; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
WallflowerArmand, Marquis de Ravaillac and Clarisse
Follow Me Round
(lyrics by Jerome Kern and Adrian Ross)
Malipote and Sirens
Ancestors BoldLolotte and Baron Siegfried Bazilos
ACT 2 Sung By
The Donkey (and the Hay)Armand, Marquis de Ravaillac, Lolotte and Clarisse
Waltz CapriceArmand, Marquis de Ravaillac and Lolotte
Cupid the ConquerorMalipote and Ensemble
Confidential SourceBaron Siegfried Bazilos
ACT 3 Sung By
Maid from Montbijou
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke and Herbert Reynolds)
(Hail,) She Is the One GirlArmand, Marquis de Ravaillac
I Want to Sing in Opera
(music by Jerome Kern and Worton David; lyrics by Jerome Kern and George Arthurs)
Hannibal Beckmesser
Little Girls Beware (of the Sirens)
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Herbert Thompson)
Armand, Marquis de Ravaillac and Sirens