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The Only Girl   

 
39th Street Theatre , (11/02/1914 - Closing date unknown)
Lyric Theatre , (11/16/1914 - 6/05/1915)
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Opening Date:Nov 02, 1914   
Closing Date:Jun 05, 1915 Total Performances:240

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Living Room of Kimbrough's Apartment, New York City.


Production Staff
Produced by Joe Weber
Book by Henry Blossom; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Based on the play 'Our Wives' by Frank Mandel and Helen Kraft; Adapted from the German "Jugendfreunde" by Ludwig Fulda; Music orchestrated by Victor Herbert; Musical Director: Robert Hood Bowers
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by Joseph C. Smith
Scenic Design by Dodge and Castle; Ladies dresses by Henri Bendel, Inc.
Cast
Richard Bartlett Sylvester Martin
Corksey, a Broker
Wilda Bennett Ruth Wilson
a Composer
Jeanne Darys Renee
Friend of Patsy
John Findlay Saunders
Kimbrough's Valet
Thurston Hall Alan Kimbrough
Kim, a Librettist
Jane Hilbert Viola
Friend of Patsy
Louise Kelley Birdie Martin
Corksey's Wife
Marjorie Oviatt Violet
Friend of Patsy
Jed Prouty John Ayer
Fresh, a Lawyer
Estelle Richmond Ruby
Friend of Patsy
Adele Rowland Patricia La Montrose
Patsy, A Soubrette
Gladys Schultz Pearle
Friend of Patsy
Claire Standish Paula
Friend of Patsy
Ernest Torrence Andrew McMurray
Bunkie, a Painter
Vivian Wessell Jane McMurray
Bunkie's Wife
Josephine Whittell Margaret Ayer
Fresh's Wife
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Henry Blossom
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
The More I See of Others, Dear, the Better I Love You Patricia La Montrose (Patsy, A Soubrette)
When You're Away Ruth Wilson (a Composer)
Be Happy, Boys, Tonight Alan Kimbrough (Kim, a Librettist), Andrew McMurray (Bunkie, a Painter), John Ayer (Fresh, a Lawyer) and Sylvester Martin (Corksey, a Broker)
The Compact Ruth Wilson (a Composer) and Alan Kimbrough (Kim, a Librettist)
ACT 2Sung By
Personality Patricia La Montrose (Patsy, A Soubrette) and Friends
Antoinette Renee (Friend of Patsy)
Here's to the Land We Love, Boys Alan Kimbrough (Kim, a Librettist), Patricia La Montrose (Patsy, A Soubrette) and Friends
Tell It All Over Again Jane McMurray (Bunkie's Wife)
Connubial Bliss Andrew McMurray (Bunkie, a Painter), John Ayer (Fresh, a Lawyer), Sylvester Martin (Corksey, a Broker), Jane McMurray (Bunkie's Wife), Margaret Ayer (Fresh's Wife) and Birdie Martin (Corksey's Wife)
ACT 3Sung By
Here's How Patricia La Montrose (Patsy, A Soubrette) and Chorus
You Have to Have a Part to Make a Hit Patricia La Montrose (Patsy, A Soubrette) and Friends
When Your Ankle Wears the Ball and Chain
(lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
John Ayer (Fresh, a Lawyer), Andrew McMurray (Bunkie, a Painter) and Sylvester Martin (Corksey, a Broker)
Equal Rights (Why Should We Stay at Home and Sew) Margaret Ayer (Fresh's Wife), Jane McMurray (Bunkie's Wife) and Birdie Martin (Corksey's Wife)
You're the Only One for Me Ruth Wilson (a Composer) and Alan Kimbrough (Kim, a Librettist)