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Sybil   

 
Liberty Theatre, (1/10/1916 - 6/03/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 10, 1916    
Closing Date: Jun 03, 1916 Total Performances: 168

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Grand Hotel and the Governor's Palace in Russia



Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman, Inc.
Music by Victor Jacobi; Book by Max Brody and Franz Martos; American Version by Harry Graham and Harry B. Smith; Musical Director: Harold Vicars; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Harry Graham; Additional music by John Golden; Additional lyrics by John Golden and Joseph Cawthorn
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Musical Staging by Jack Mason and Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company, Henri Bendel, Inc. and Dazian
Cast
Edith AllenChorus
Stewart BairdCaptain Paul Petrow
Dorothy BanksChorus
Marna BlanchardChorus
Donald BrianThe Grand Duke Constantine
Alice CarringtonChorus
Joseph CawthornOtto Spreckles
Frances CerattChorus
Gene ColeChorus
Clyde CrawfordA Schoolmaster
William DoyleChorus
Clara EckstromChorus
Kathleen EdwardsChorus
Leona FrancisChorus
Marie FrancisChorus
William Francis, Jr.Lieutenant Koyander
Joseph FullerChorus
Maisie GayMargot
Walter GilbertCaptain Dologow
Lenora GreenwoodChorus
Russell GriswoldChorus
Charles HampdenBortschakow
Jackson HinesCaptain Milowski
William L. HobartChorus
Owen JonesChorus
Charles KampChorus
Frank KennyChorus
William KennyChorus
Arthur KuglerChorus
Cynthia LathamChorus
Mrs. Crighton
Lillian LavonneChorus
Charles LesterLieutenant Zelenoy
Kathleen LindleyChorus
Clarence LutzChorus
George MackThe Governor of Bomsk
Eunice MacKayChorus
Frank MarkhamCossack Officer
Chorus
Robert MarkwellMr. Crighton
Emily MonteChorus
Millie MurrayChorus
Yetla NicolChorus
Prudence O'SheaChorus
Lester OstranderChorus
Goldier ReddingChorus
Helen RintelenChorus
Katherine RodgersChorus
George RossChorus
Julia SandersonSybil Renaud
Eleanor ScottChorus
Cissie SewellDance Specialty
Frank SnyderChorus
Master StatzesPage Boy
Helen TrainerChorus
Joseph V. TullarChorus
A. von BereghyChorus
Louise WardChorus
George WhartonSecond Waiter
Chorus
Josephine WhittellThe Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna
Dorice WingroveChorus
Edward C. YeagerFirst Waiter
Chorus
music by Victor Jacobi; lyrics by Harry Graham and Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Politeness Pays, or All Hearts With a Keen Curiosity BurnBortschakow
At a Grand HotelMargot and Otto Spreckles
Letter DuetSybil Renaud and Captain Paul Petrow
Good AdviceSybil Renaud and Otto Spreckles
The Colonel of the Crimson HussarsSybil Renaud and Chorus
Sybil, Sybil! Your Highness, I Should Say
ACT 2 Sung By
We're Feeling OvercomeChorus
A Cup of TeaMargot
Lift Your Eyes to MineSybil Renaud, The Grand Duke Constantine and Chorus
Following the DrumMargot and Chorus
Love May Be a MysterySybil Renaud and The Grand Duke Constantine
I Can Dance with Everybody But My Wife
(music by John Golden; lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn and John Golden)
Otto Spreckles
I Like the BoysSybil Renaud and Chorus
My Wife! Good Heavens!
ACT 3 Sung By
Goodnight, goodnightChorus
Two Can Play at That GameSybil Renaud, The Grand Duchess Anna Pavlovna, The Grand Duke Constantine and Captain Paul Petrow
Girls, You Are Such Wonderful ThingsThe Grand Duke Constantine and Ladies
When Cupid CallsSybil Renaud, The Grand Duke Constantine and Otto Spreckles