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Modest Suzanne   

Liberty Theatre, (1/01/1912 - 1/20/1912)
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Opening Date: Jan 01, 1912    
Closing Date: Jan 20, 1912 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Paris, France

Production Staff
Produced by A. H. Woods and H. H. Frazee
Music by Jean Gilbert; Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith; Adapted from the French of Maurice Desvallierès and Antony Mars; Based on the German of Georg Okonkowsky; Musical Director: Louis F. Gottschalk
Staged by George Marion
Costume Design by Mme. Francis; Scenic Design by Dodge and Castle
Lillian BakerChorus
Portia BelmaChorus
Harriet BurtRose
J. CampbellChorus
Claudia ClarkMina
W. S. ClarkChorus
Alice ClaytonChorus
Lester CorrishGustave
Bertha DehanChorus
H. DurhamChorus
Sallie FisherSuzanne
Stanley G. FordBaron Dauvray
A. FrewnChorus
Gertrude GibbonsChorus
Mildred GibsonChorus
Mabelle GlynnChorus
William GlynnChorus
D. HavertyPolice Sergeant
H. HoffmanChorus
G. HughesChorus
John L. KearneyMonsieur Pomeral
Bessie LawlorChorus
Charlotte LeslayMariette
Florence MartinJacqueline
Mabel MerlinChorus
J. MillerChorus
Millie MurrayPhrynette
Marcia NashChorus
D. O'LearyChorus
Kathryn OstermanBaroness Delphine Dauvray
Arthur StanfordRene
Helen SteevesChorus
Virginia SteinhardtChorus
Dorothy StoyChorus
Kitty SwagneChorus
Ernest TorrenceProfessor Charcot
Roy TorryChorus
Catherine UrsprungChorus
Josie UrsprungChorus
Corrine UzzellTina
Sherman WadeAlexis
Ezra C. WalckEmil
Georgette WarrenChorus
Lawrence WheatHubert
Joseph ZainoFelix
music by Jean Gilbert; lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Virtue Is Its Own RewardBaron Dauvray and Chorus
(A) Model Married PairSuzanne and Monsieur Pomeral
ParisSuzanne, Rene and Hubert
ACT 2 Sung By
(I Would Like to See the) Peaches
(music by Jean Schwartz)
ConfidenceSuzanne and Hubert
(The) Tangoland Tap
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Grant Clarke)
Rene and Chorus
All the World Loves a LoverSuzanne and Chorus
Father and SonSuzanne, Jacqueline, Rose, Rene, Hubert and Baron Dauvray
ACT 3 Sung By
The ReturnHubert and Baron Dauvray
Suzanne, SuzanneSuzanne, Baron Dauvray, Hubert and Rene