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Chin Chin   
A Modern Aladdin

Globe Theatre, (10/20/1914 - 7/03/1915)
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Opening Date: Oct 20, 1914    
Closing Date: Jul 03, 1915 Total Performances: 295

Category: Musical, Fantasy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts, 7 scenes.
Setting: The Toy Bazaar, the Tea Shop, the Palace Terrace, outside the Dressing Tent, and inside the Circus

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside; Music by Ivan Caryll; Lyrics by Anne Caldwell and James O'Dea; Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn
Staged by R.H. Burnside; Ballet Master: Signor Luigi Albertieri
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Wilhelm
Company Manager: Arthur Houghton
Stage Manager: Charles Mast
Charles T. AldrichAbanazar
Helen FalconerViolet Bond
R. E. GrahamCornelius Bond
David MontgomeryChin Hop Lo
The Widow
Zelma RawlstonWidow Twankey
Douglas StevensonAladdin
Fred A. StoneGendarme
Mlle. Fallosffski
Chin Hop Hi
Belle StoryGoddess of the Lamp
Hilda AllisonEnsemble
Grace BeaumontEnsemble
Marjorie BentleySilver Ray
Anna BerryEnsemble
Julia BerryEnsemble
Sarah BerryEnsemble
Claire BertrandEnsemble
R C BoschEnsemble
The BreensThe Four Bears
Bessie BurchEnsemble
Olive CarrEnsemble
Cecile ConwayEnsemble
Evelyn ConwayLittle Lee Toy
Martin CoxEnsemble
Andrea CressonEnsemble
Lola CurtisMoon Blossom
Marion DaviesEnsemble
Roger DavisEnsemble
Juliette DaySen-Sen
Rose DouglasEnsemble
Helen EllsworthEnsemble
Isabel FalconerEnsemble
Anna FordEnsemble
Joseph GormleyEnsemble
Marjorie GrahamEnsemble
Jack HagnerEnsemble
Charles Hast
Edgar Lee HayLi-Dragon Face
Esther HerrickEnsemble
J. F. JohnsonEnsemble
Irene KearneyEnsemble
Marie KennedyEnsemble
Arthur KuestaEnsemble
Harriet LeidyEnsemble
Mazie LeroyEnsemble
Lorayne LeslieCherry Bloom
Hazel LewisLotus Leaf
Selma MantellEnsemble
Charles MastRing Master
Agnes McCarthyLittle Wing Wu
Loretta McDonaldEnsemble
Victoria MeyersEnsemble
Vivian MorrisonEnsemble
Margaret ONeilEnsemble
Marion O'NeilEnsemble
Peter PageEnsemble
H S PalmerEnsemble
George PhelpsLittle Lee Toy
Cassie QualtersEnsemble
Tot QualtersSpring Flower
E H RandallEnsemble
Eugene RevereTzu Yung
Lillian RiceHoneysuckle
Dorothy RichardsonEnsemble
Mildred RichardsonSpirit of New Year
Harold RussellEnsemble
Lydia ScottEnsemble
Harry SilveyEnsemble
Dorothy St. ClairEnsemble
Eleanor St. ClairPoppy Bud
Marguerite St. ClairEnsemble
Josephine TaylorEnsemble
Betty WalesEnsemble
Helen WardEnsemble
Janet WollenburgEnsemble
Violet ZellFan-Tan

ACT 1 Sung By
Quaint ToysEnsemble
Shopping in the OrientSen-Sen and Tzu Yung
The Chinese HoneymoonChin Hop Lo and Chin Hop Hi
Goodbye Girls, I'm Through
(lyrics by John Golden)
Chipper China Chaps (The Pekin Patrol)Ensemble
Goodbye Girls, I'm Through
(lyrics by John Golden)
Blossom Girls
Go Gar Sig Gong-JueChin Hop Hi and Chin Hop Lo
In an Oriental WayEnsemble
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Goddess of the Lamp
(Ragtime) Temple Bells
(lyrics by James O'Dea)
ACT 2 Sung By
Will o' the WispSilver Ray and Ensemble
Wedding Gifts of SilverEnsemble
The Grey Dove
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Goddess of the Lamp
Love MoonAladdin and Violet Bond
Little Deeds of KindnessGoddess of the Lamp
It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary
(music by Jack Judge; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Chin Hop Lo and Chin Hop Hi
Chin-Chin (Open Your Heart and Let Me In) (Finale)
(music by Jack Judge; lyrics by A. Seymour Brown)