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All for the Ladies   

Lyric Theatre, (12/30/1912 - 4/05/1913)
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Opening Date: Dec 30, 1912    
Closing Date: Apr 05, 1913 Total Performances: 112

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: France

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Henry Blossom; Music by Alfred G. Robyn; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Based on the French farce "Aime des Femmes" by Maurice Hennequin; Musical Director: John Lund
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle
May AllenChorus
Stewart BairdHector Renaud
Gladys BenjaminChorus
Anna BergChorus
Sam BernardLeon von Laubenheim
Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.
Florence BowersChorus
Jean BraeChorus
William BrandellChorus
Edna CarruthersMarquis de Calvados
Gladys CliftonChorus
Max D'ArcyCharles
Viola FordChorus
Alice GentleGeorgette Clemente
Henry M. HoltFrancois
A valet
Rose HuberChorus
Camille IrvingChorus
Helen KnightChorus
Amy LeicesterBaroness des Herbettes
Lillie LeslieFinette
Paula LeslieChorus
Rose LeslieChorus
Maxie MacDonaldAugusta
Louise MeyersMarie
A typewriter
Frank MeyroseChorus
Winnie MunroeChorus
Edward MyersChorus
William NauChorus
Robert NewmanChorus
Margery PearsonMadam Suzette
Leo's assistant
Daniel PielChorus
Homer PottsChorus
Adele RitchieNancy Panturel
Lena RobinsonGrand Duchess Alexia of Russia
Vivian RogersChorus
Birdie SargeantChorus
Nathalie SaymoreChorus
G.A. SchillerAlphonse Clemente
Harry SemelsChorus
Hazel SextonChorus
Marta SpearsBlanche
Anita TremperChorus
Jerome UhlGeneral Villefranche
Margaret VintonChorus
Hery WardChorus
Teddy WebbErnest Panturel
Arthur WebnerGaston LeBlanc
Arthur WellsChorus
Charles WilliamsChorus
Sue YoungChorus
music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
If You Love Me, Marry MeMarie (A typewriter)
I'd Like a Girl Like You to Like MeHector Renaud and Marie (A typewriter)
The Sunday Dress ParadeNancy Panturel, Georgette Clemente and Hector Renaud
What a ChangeEnsemble
Cupid is a Cruel MasterBlanche (Model), Augusta (Model) and Finette (Model)
A la ParisienneMarie (A typewriter) and Models
It's PermissibleLeon von Laubenheim (Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.)
ACT 2 Sung By
Paris, ParisLeo's Guests
Women, WomenLeon von Laubenheim (Of Pantural, Clemente & Co.) and Male Chorus
(I Live But) In Dreams AloneGeorgette Clemente