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Hanky Panky   

 
Broadway Theatre , (8/05/1912 - 11/02/1912)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Aug 05, 1912   
Closing Date:Nov 02, 1912 Total Performances:104

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and 3 scenes
Setting: Wallingford's Villa at Bilgewater on Thames, University of Chicago, and Wallingford's Chicago Residence


Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Music orchestrated by Hilding Anderson; Featuring songs by Irving Berlin, Harry Cooper and Joe Cooper; Featuring songs with lyrics by Irving Berlin and Ballard MacDonald
Staged by Gus Sohlke
Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy
Conducted by Paul Schindler
Cast
Mabel Allen Ensemble
Tess Allen Ensemble
Blanche Barnes Ensemble
Victor Bozart Ensemble
Gladys Breston Ensemble
Zoe Brown Ensemble
Eva Burnett Ensemble
Isabelle Burnside Ensemble
Hugh Cameron Sir J. Rufus Wallingford
a recent addition to the British peerage
Harry Manleigh
a divinity student
Louise Cameron Ensemble
Marguerite Cogan Ensemble
Harry Cooper Solomon Bumpski
an angel
Nellie Crawford Ensemble
Halle Crouse Ensemble
Sally Daly Ensemble
Carter De Haven Blackie Daw
Wallingford's former pal but present foe
Billie De Hon Ensemble
Pease Diehl Ensemble
Lillian Elliot Ensemble
Virginia Evans Iona Carr
formerly of the Lunch Counter Girl Company and now
Opal Flynn Ensemble
Estella Frazer Ensemble
Myrtle Gilbert Dotie Wriggle
known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville
Byrd Goolsby Ponsonby
Gracia Hammond Ensemble
Ruth Hanson Ensemble
Gertie Hudson Ensemble
Lee Leontine Ensemble
Ara Martin Ensemble
Flo May Cutie Wriggle
known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville
Jay Melville Ensemble
Charles Miller Ensemble
William Montgomery Hiney Rausmitt
a capitalist
Florence Moore Clorinda Scibblem
Wallingford's typewriter with literary aspirations
Sadie Mullen Ensemble
Christine Nielson Cleopatra
who has been in cold storage for a matter of two t
Bobby North Herman Bierheister
partner and financial guide to Rausmitt
Gertrude O'Connor Ensemble
Cecelia Pink Ensemble
Maude Powell Ensemble
Jack E. Rice Ensemble
Joe Rogers Ensemble
Max Rogers Wilhelm Rausmitt
a college boy
Grace Russell Ensemble
Milton Silsbe Ensemble
Belle Snow Ensemble
Neida Snow Ensemble
Philip Sohlke Ensemble
Edward Stokem Ensemble
Louis Strangard Ensemble
Percy M. Weller Ensemble
Viola Williams Ensemble
music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Tennis Cutie Wriggle (known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville), Dotie Wriggle (known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville) and Ensemble
The Dollar Bill's the Flag That Rules the World Sir J. Rufus Wallingford (a recent addition to the British peerage) and Ensemble
Where the Edelweiss Is Blooming Herman Bierheister (partner and financial guide to Rausmitt), Wilhelm Rausmitt (a college boy), Cutie Wriggle (known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville) and Dotie Wriggle (known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville)
My Hero (A parody on "The Chocolate Soldier") Solomon Bumpski (an angel) and Clorinda Scibblem (Wallingford's typewriter with literary aspirations)
(Under) The Ragtime Flag Blackie Daw (Wallingford's former pal but present foe) and Ensemble
Rose of Pyramid Land Cleopatra (who has been in cold storage for a matter of two t) and Ensemble
Ragtime Opera (A burlesque on the Sexette from Lucia)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Clorinda Scibblem (Wallingford's typewriter with literary aspirations), Cleopatra (who has been in cold storage for a matter of two t), Solomon Bumpski (an angel), Herman Bierheister (partner and financial guide to Rausmitt), Wilhelm Rausmitt (a college boy) and Sir J. Rufus Wallingford (a recent addition to the British peerage)
The Lyre Bird and the Jay Blackie Daw (Wallingford's former pal but present foe) and Dotie Wriggle (known as "The Wriggle Sisters" in vaudeville)
Where the Edelweiss Is Blooming Company
ACT 2Sung By
College Days Ensemble
The Minstrel Man Hiney Rausmitt (a capitalist) and Clorinda Scibblem (Wallingford's typewriter with literary aspirations)
Meet Me at the Stage Door To-night Ensemble
Dixie Love Cleopatra (who has been in cold storage for a matter of two t) and Ensemble
The Million Dollar Ball
(music by Irving Berlin and E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Irving Berlin and E. Ray Goetz)
Blackie Daw (Wallingford's former pal but present foe), Iona Carr (formerly of the Lunch Counter Girl Company and now) and Ensemble
The Hanky Panky Glide
(music by Harry Cooper and Joe Cooper; lyrics by Ballard MacDonald)
Solomon Bumpski (an angel) and Ensemble
Boola Boola Company