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Shubert Theatre, (3/19/1917 - 5/12/1917)
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Opening Date: Mar 19, 1917    
Closing Date: May 12, 1917 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Opera, Romantic Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: The West Coast of Ireland during the 1798 Rebellion

Production Staff
Produced by Joe Weber
Book by Henry Blossom; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by Henry Blossom
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Choreographed by George Marion
Scenic Design by H Robert Law Studios; Set constructed by Vail Scenic Construction Co.; Lighting Design by Kliegl Brothers; Costume Design by Raymond Newton Hyde
General Manager: W. H. Oviatt
Stage Manager: Harry Crosby
Concert Master: Harold Sanford; Conducted by Arthur Kautzenbach
Properties: Henry Gebhardt
General Press Representative: Jos. H. Dillon
Louise AllenRosie Flynn
Thomas AllinsSoldier
Paulette AntoineMarie
Eileen's maid
William AttellEnsemble
Lewis AyerMyles
A Footman
W. J. BarrySoldier
Ben BerisonEnsemble
Carolyn BirchEnsemble
Eric BlockCorporal
Grace BreenEileen Mulvaney
Samice BurdetteEnsemble
Samuel CasperEnsemble
Margaret ChandlerEnsemble
Ethyl CharlesEnsemble
F. Josie ClaflinBiddy Flynn
John B. Cooke"Humpy" Grogan
Madeline CoupleEnsemble
Frank CrawfordEnsemble
Harry CrosbyLanty Hackett
Margaret CusackEnsemble
Ruth DeanEnsemble
Joseph DillonMickey O'Brien
Marie DillonEnsemble
Grace DuBoiseEnsemble
Ellis KirbyEnsemble
Greek EvansShaun Dhu
Adele FielderEnsemble
Frances FielderEnsemble
Joseph GildmanSoldier
Phyllis GillEnsemble
Edward GobberSoldier
Algernon GriegSir "Reggie" Stribling
Jack HagnerEnsemble
Wilbur HamiltonEnsemble
Fanchon HaywoodEnsemble
Francis X. HennessyPeter
The Piper
Virginia HiltonEnsemble
Martha JardenEnsemble
Suzanne JenkinsEnsemble
Michael KavannaughEnsemble
Edna MaeEnsemble
Edward MartindelColonel Lester
Susie McCrohanEnsemble
Thomas McHoughSoldier
Roger McKennaSergeant
Roy McKennaEnsemble
Charles McLoughlinSoldier
Peggy MerrittEnsemble
Este MorrisonEnsemble
H. PallSoldier
Janet ReidEnsemble
Maurice RobertsonEnsemble
Olga RollerLady Maude Estabrooke
Walter ScanlanCaptain Barry O'Day
Herbert SmithSoldier
George B. SopherSoldier
Mary StuartEnsemble
Arthur C. TennesonSoldier
Gail WebsterEnsemble
Scott WelshDinny Doyle
Beatrix YoungEnsemble
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
Free Trade and a Misty MoonShaun Dhu and Smuggler Chorus
My Little Irish RoseRosie Flynn
Ireland, My SirelandCaptain Barry O'Day
Glad, Triumphant HourCaptain Barry O'Day and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Too-re-loo-reEileen Mulvaney and Chorus
Eileen, Alanna AsthoreCaptain Barry O'Day
If Eve Had Left the Apple on the BoughSir "Reggie" Stribling
I'd Love to be a LadyDinny Doyle and Rosie Flynn
When Love Awakes!Eileen Mulvaney and Girls
Life's a Game at BestLady Maude Estabrooke and Colonel Lester
ACT 3 Sung By
In Erin's IsleLady Maude Estabrooke and Ensemble
Thine AloneEileen Mulvaney and Captain Barry O'Day
The Irish Have a Great Day TonightDinny Doyle and Male Chorus
When Ireland Stands Among the Nations of the WorldCaptain Barry O'Day and Ensemble