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The Peasant Girl   

44th Street Theatre, (3/02/1915 - 6/05/1915)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 02, 1915    
Closing Date: Jun 05, 1915 Total Performances: 111

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Castle of Count Baranski

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.); Produced in association with F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest
Book adapted by Edgar Smith; Music by Oskar Nedbal; Lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and Harold Atteridge; Original Viennese Book "Polenblut" by Leo Stein; Additional music by Rudolf Friml and Clifton Crawford; Additional lyrics by Clifton Crawford; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Staged by J. C. Huffman and J. H. Benrimo; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Scenic Design by Ackerman Brothers; Costume Design by Melville Ellis
Miss AlexanderEnsemble
Mr. AllisonEnsemble
Blanch BabbittDoris
Anna BergBabette
Miss BerryEnsemble
Lucille BlairBaroness Petroffski
Miss BoydEnsemble
Francis J. BoylePan Jan Zaremba
Miss BrightEnsemble
Miss BrownEnsemble
Miss CedarEnsemble
Florence ChallengerEnsemble
Miss ClaytonEnsemble
Clifton CrawfordBronio Von Popiel
Maude CrockettEnsemble
Mr CroftEnsemble
Miss DavidsonMargot
Marjorie DaytonEnsemble
Patsy De ForrestEnsemble
Miss EhilidEnsemble
Miss EsteyEnsemble
Harold EvertsEnsemble
Ida EvonToinette
Mr FestEnsemble
Miss FloodVioletta
Miss P. FranklinEnsemble
Miss. GordonMarcel
Charles GuidonVon Gorski
Miss HallEnsemble
Edith Kingdon HallorCountess Napolska
M. HamiltonEnsemble
Ernest HareVon Mirski
Josephine HarrimanEnsemble
Miss HarrisonMellina
Stanley HenryVon Senovica
Miss HornEnsemble
Ethel HoustonJadwiga Pawlowa
M. KesslerEnsemble
Miss KlineEnsemble
Karen KrischnerFraulein Drygalska
Miss LampeEnsemble
Miss LawlorEnsemble
Mr. LeeEnsemble
Leola LuceyAngelique
Henry MackWlatek
Miss MauryEnsemble
Mr. MillerEnsemble
Miss MitchellEnsemble
Lucine PaulaEnsemble
Miss PerleEnsemble
Frances PritchardCeleste
Miss RayeEnsemble
Miss ReynoldsEnsemble
Sol SinglustEnsemble
Bertha SipleEnsemble
Mr. SmithEnsemble
Miss SpencerEnsemble
Miss StallmanEnsemble
Miss SuttonEnsemble
Miss TaylorEnsemble
John Charles ThomasCount Bolo Baranski
Emma TrentiniHelena
Mr WagnerEnsemble
Mr WarrenEnsemble
Miss WatsonEnsemble
Constance WernerEnsemble
Miss. WolfEnsemble
Letty YorkeWanda Kwadinskaja
music by Oskar Nedbal; lyrics by Herbert Reynolds and Harold Atteridge
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Advice to the YoungCountess Napolska, Jadwiga Pawlowa, Pan Jan Zaremba and Von Mirski
WandaWanda Kwadinskaja and Chorus
One and OnlyBronio Von Popiel and Count Bolo Baranski
The Best Waltz of AllWanda Kwadinskaja and Count Bolo Baranski
Love Is the ReasonHelena
Love Is Like a Butterfly
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Bronio Von Popiel and Celeste
On to ConquerHelena, Bronio Von Popiel, Count Bolo Baranski and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
A Game of CardsMale Chorus
Native WomenCount Bolo Baranski and Male Chorus
Childhood LessonsHelena and Bronio Von Popiel
The Flame of Love
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Helena and Count Bolo Baranski
The Heart of the Rose
(music by Rudolf Friml)
The GypsyCeleste and Chorus
Love's Awakening
(music by Rudolf Friml and Oskar Nedbal)
Helena, Count Bolo Baranski, Von Mirski, Wanda Kwadinskaja, Jadwiga Pawlowa, Pan Jan Zaremba and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
After the Rain-Sunshine
(music by Rudolf Friml)
Mary Had a Lamb
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Bronio Von Popiel, Celeste and Chorus