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Globe Theatre, (10/03/1916 - 11/25/1916)
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Opening Date: Oct 03, 1916    
Closing Date: Nov 25, 1916 Total Performances: 63

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Beverly Home in Regent's Park, London and Bal Chinoise at Lord Playne's House

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Paul A. Rubens; Book by Frederick Lonsdale and Gladys Unger; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Paul A. Rubens; Musical Director: William Daly; Additional numbers by Ernest Steffan and Merlin Morgan; Featuring songs by Harry Tierney, Jean Schwartz, Silvio Hein and Benjamin Hapgood Burt; Featuring songs with lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Percy Greenbank, Edgar Leslie and William Jerome
Staged by Edward Royce
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Mme. Freisinger
Isabel AdamsEnsemble
Edna BatesLady Charlotte Knowles
Marie BaxterEnsemble
Marie BenedictLily
James BlackEnsemble
Marna BlanchardLady Violet Chichester
J. BrushEnsemble
Sam BurbankHillier
Ethel BurkeEnsemble
Cecile ConwayEnsemble
Florence CrippsLady Majoribanks
Master CrumptonAlf
Peggy DanaEnsemble
Marion DaviesJane
Eileen DennesEstelle
Doc DonnellyEnsemble
Dorothy DuncanEnsemble
Opal EssentEnsemble
Allen FaganCedric
Isabel FalconerEnsemble
Grace FordEnsemble
Dorothy GermaineHon. Patience Pemberton
Herbert GoffEnsemble
Dorothy HarriganEnsemble
Annette HerbertEnsemble
Joseph HerbertDuke of Crowborough
Raymond HitchcockLord D'Arcy Playne
William HolbrookEnsemble
A. HommeEnsemble
Ida HoweEnsemble
Jessie HoweEnsemble
Ron HoyerEnsemble
Rokey JohnsonEnsemble
Justine JohnstoneChicquette
Frank KellerEnsemble
Esther LeeEnsemble
Kitty LindleyEnsemble
Master LowrieDavid Playne
Lotta MorseEnsemble
Walter MozeeEnsemble
Prudence O'SheaLady Paula Colquhuoun
Peter PageAchille Jotte
Eugene RevereLathers (Tregellan)
Lillian RicePansy
Alice RobertsEnsemble
Fred RockwellEnsemble
A. RolandEnsemble
Gertrude RolandEnsemble
Joseph SantleyGerard
Mona SartorisEnsemble
Ivy SawyerBetty
Lydia ScottLady Mary Manzies
Verda ShelbergMrs. Rawlins
Eleanor St. ClairHon. Mrs. Partarlington
Mildred St. ClairEnsemble
Katherine StewartDora
Anna StoneDaisy
Virginia TaylorEnsemble
Joseph TierneyEnsemble
Henry VincentThe Hon. Victor Halifax
Bunny WendellLady Cholmondley
Jean WhiteEnsemble
Peggy WilliamsonEnsemble
Jacquelin WoodsEnsemble
Louise WorthingtonEnsemble
music by Paul A. Rubens; lyrics by Paul A. Rubens and Adrian Ross
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
High Life Down StairsButlers and Maids
The Duchess of DreamsBetty and David Playne
I Love the GirlsGerard, Chicquette, Jane and Chorus
Some Time
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by William Jerome)
Lord D'Arcy Playne
When I Am Twenty-One
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Edgar Leslie)
Gerard and Boys
ACT 2 Sung By
We've Got Some Work to DoHouse Servants
I'm Jotte, the DressmakerAchille Jotte and Midinettes
Eyes Have a Language
(music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Gerard and Girls
I Feel So HappyBetty, Lord D'Arcy Playne and Alf
On a Saturday AfternoonEstelle and David Playne
If It Were True
(music by Ernest Steffan; lyrics by Merlin Morgan)
Betty and Gerard
Here Comes the Groom
(music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Lord D'Arcy Playne
ACT 3 Sung By
Dance With Me
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Betty and Gerard
The Little HarlequinJane and Chorus