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The Fascinating Widow   

Liberty Theatre, (9/11/1911 - 10/28/1911)
Grand Opera House, (11/13/1911 - circa. 11/1911)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 11, 1911    
Closing Date: Nov 1911 Total Performances: 65

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A hotel in the mountains and K, a co-educational college

Production Staff
Produced by A. H. Woods
Book by Otto Hauerbach; Music by Frederick W. Mills; Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach; Musical Director: August Kleinecke; Music orchestrated by William Redfield; Additional lyrics by Sam M. Lewis, E. Ray Goetz, Irving Berlin and Vincent Bryan; Additional music by Irving Berlin and Vincent Bryan
Staged by George Marion; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Scenic Design by Dodge and Castle; Costume Design by Frances and Hayden
Natalie AltIvy Tracy
Marie BaxterBessie Bothwell
Blanche BurnhamHarriet Halford
Charles W. ButlerReverend Wilbur Watts
Julian EltingeMrs. Monte
Hal Blake
Gladys FeldmanLottie Lovedale
Edward GarvieLankton Wells
June MathisTessie Danforth
Jean MorrellEthel Ethridge
Louise OrthMaisie Mannering
Carrie E. PerkinsMrs. Leffingwell
Dorothy SandersNella Northrup
Natalie SeymourCissie Cyril
James SpottswoodTuthill Leffingwell
James E. SullivanNick Bulgler
Lionel WalshOswald Wentworth
Frank WentworthJohn Wilson
Dorothy WilcoxRholla Rollins
Winona WinterMargaret Leffingwell
music by Frederick W. Mills; lyrics by Otto Harbach
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Put Your Arms Around Me
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis)
Lankton Wells and Ivy Tracy
The Fascinating Widow
(lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Mrs. Monte and Girls
Don't Take Your Beau to the Seashore
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Mrs. Monte and Bathing Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
You've Built a Fire Down in My Heart (from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1911)
(music by Vincent Bryan and Irving Berlin; lyrics by Vincent Bryan and Irving Berlin)
Margaret Leffingwell
Love Is the Theme of My DreamsIvy Tracy and Girls
The Rag Time College Girl
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis)
Mrs. Monte and Girls
Valse JulianMrs. Monte
Don't You Make a NoiseMargaret Leffingwell and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
I'm to be a Blushing Bride
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis)
Mrs. Monte and Bridesmaids