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The Man with Three Wives   

Weber and Fields' Music Hall, (1/23/1913 - 3/08/1913)
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Opening Date: Jan 23, 1913    
Closing Date: Mar 08, 1913 Total Performances: 52

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: Vienna, Paris and London

Production Staff
Theatre managed by Weber & Fields
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Agnes Morgan, Paul M. Potter and Harold Atteridge; Music by Franz Lehár; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Paul M. Potter; Based on the Viennese original 'Der Mann mit den drei Frauen' by Julius Bauer; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Featuring songs by Al W. Brown
Staged by William J. Wilson and J. C. Huffman
Costume Design by Melville Ellis
Stewart BairdCaptain Adhemar
Sophye BarnardColette
Instructress of ballet school
Mabel BeckEnsemble
James BillingsBlix
Fred BradburyEnsemble
Gertrude BraunEnsemble
Joseph BreslawEnsemble
Lillian BroderickEnsemble
Edith BrownEnsemble
Eva BurnettEnsemble
Alice BurnsEnsemble
Mary CasellEnsemble
Dolly CastlesOlivia
Proprietress of the Germanium Inn
Kenneth CooleyEnsemble
Vyvyen DonnerEnsemble
Thomas DoolanEnsemble
Max DorftmanEnsemble
Gwilyn EdwardsEnsemble
Clara FloydEnsemble
Fred FoynEnsemble
John FoynEnsemble
Arthur GearyLieutenant Loriot
Peter GeorgeEnsemble
Stephen GillieEnsemble
Sydney GrantWendelin
A country bridegroom
Dolly GrayEnsemble
Charlotte GreenwoodSidonie
A flirtatious bride
Esther GruberEnsemble
Harry HamftEnsemble
Marie HannonEnsemble
Frank HartCabby
Annette HerbertEnsemble
Edna HettlerEnsemble
Starret HowardEnsemble
Fanny IdeEnsemble
Ida JeanneSuzette
Colette's maid
Leslie KenyonBaron Pickford
English Director of Pickford Tourist Agency
Sandra KerwinEnsemble
Ida KramerEnsemble
Marguerite La PierieBlanche
A pupil in school
Trixie LakewoodEnsemble
Cecil LeanHans Zifler
Courier of the agency
Annette LouisEnsemble
Maurie MaidsonEnsemble
Cleo MayfieldAlice
Olivia's maid
Jack McCoyFirst Clerk
Marion MooneyEnsemble
Robert PageEnsemble
Mae PaulEnsemble
Robert PitkinFranz
Zifler's secretary
Beatrice PurcellEnsemble
Robert RanierSecond Clerk
Harold A. RobeFlix
George RobinsonEnsemble
Katherine SainpolisMarie
Flix's Wife
Fred ShawEnsemble
Walter SmithThird Clerk
Flo SummervilleEnsemble
Marah VivianAnna
Michael WagmarEnsemble
Leafy WalkerEnsemble
Billie WardEnsemble
Marjory WardEnsemble
Dorothy WebbRosa
Lori's maid
Edythe WhitneyEnsemble
Alice YorkeLori
Hans Zifler's Wife
music by Franz Lehar; lyrics by Harold Atteridge and Paul M. Potter
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Love's Fairy TalesRosa (Lori's maid) and Franz (Zifler's secretary)
There's Always a Girl Who is WaitingCaptain Adhemar and Girls
The Temporary WidowLori (Hans Zifler's Wife), Hans Zifler (Courier of the agency), Rosa (Lori's maid) and Franz (Zifler's secretary)
The Vale of DreamingLori (Hans Zifler's Wife) and Hans Zifler (Courier of the agency)
When You're TravelingHans Zifler (Courier of the agency) and Girls
Tootsie WootsieSidonie (A flirtatious bride) and Wendelin (A country bridegroom)
Man Is Faithful Till He's CaughtLori (Hans Zifler's Wife) and Baron Pickford (English Director of Pickford Tourist Agency)
VengeanceLori (Hans Zifler's Wife), Rosa (Lori's maid) and Baron Pickford (English Director of Pickford Tourist Agency)
Paris, Oh Festive LandTourists
ACT 2 Sung By
The Poor CadetsBallet Girls
Rose of YesterdayColette (Instructress of ballet school)
Kisses That I Have MissedColette (Instructress of ballet school) and Captain Adhemar
Tempo Di GavotteScholars
LullabyColette (Instructress of ballet school)
Woman of TemperamentLori (Hans Zifler's Wife), Colette (Instructress of ballet school) and Hans Zifler (Courier of the agency)
To LondonCompany
ACT 3 Sung By
All in a Little DanceOlivia (Proprietress of the Germanium Inn) and Maids
Hello, Hello
(music by Al W. Brown)
Sidonie (A flirtatious bride) and Wendelin (A country bridegroom)
Love's Flower Is Always BloomingLori (Hans Zifler's Wife), Colette (Instructress of ballet school) and Olivia (Proprietress of the Germanium Inn)
We Are FreeLori (Hans Zifler's Wife), Colette (Instructress of ballet school), Olivia (Proprietress of the Germanium Inn), Hans Zifler (Courier of the agency), Captain Adhemar and Baron Pickford (English Director of Pickford Tourist Agency)
Cupids SoldiersCompany