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The Highwayman   

44th Street Theatre, (5/02/1917 - 5/19/1917)
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Opening Date: May 02, 1917    
Closing Date: May 19, 1917 Total Performances: 22

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: In and around York Road and Beverley Manor

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Reginald De Koven; Featuring songs with lyrics by Leontine Stanfield; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith
Staged by Edward P. Temple
Scenic Design by H Robert Law Studios and P. Dodd Ackerman Studios; Costume Design by Adler Costume Company
Conducted by Frank Tours
Adrienne LuletteChorus
William AnismanChorus
Sam AshCaptain Rodney
Al BaronChorus
Lillian BeaudettChorus
Irma BertrandChorus
Margela BoudreauChorus
Harry BulgerConstables
Harry Bulger, Jr.Chorus
Lawrence CameronLieutenant Lovelace
Lee CampbellChorus
A. CarboneConstables
Marins CarboneChorus
Osborne ClemsonSir John Hawkdust
Harry CoombsChorus
Richard CoombsAn Old Soldier
Rose CooperChorus
Ellen CraneChorus
Lydia CraneChorus
Billie DavenportChorus
Norma DayChorus
Jefferson De AngelisConstables
Cleo DeschampsChorus
Evelyn DeverellChorus
Gladys DupellChorus
Louise DupontChorus
Mynna EsteyChorus
Grace FjordeLady Pamela
Stanley FordeSir Godfrey Beverley
Vera FrommChorus
Mildred GarrisonChorus
Rose GibsonChorus
Churchill GoarChorus
Dorothy HartigChorus
Marfant HavenChorus
Dorothy HellisChorus
Bess HobanChorus
Marjorie HowardChorus
Barton IsbollChorus
Mae JironChorus
Dave KleinChorus
Clara KoenigesChorus
Samuel LadermanChorus
Nita LamdridChorus
Martin LiberfeldChorus
Ruth MalcomChorus
Janet MarshChorus
Billie MartellsChorus
Bettie MartinChorus
Zetta MetchikChorus
Lloyd MontgomeryChorus
Will MontgomeryConstables
J. Sylvester Murray
James MurrayLord Kilkenny
Landlord Jarvey
Ann PageChorus
Constance PaultonChorus
William PlummerChorus
Olive ProuserChorus
Bertha PyleChorus
Arthur RidellChorus
Harold RollandChorus
H. RollandsConstables
George RoveChorus
John SeatonChorus
Lawrence SmithChorus
Bianca SoroyaLady Constance Sinclair
Felicia SpragueChorus
Barbara StedmanChorus
Fred SteinmanChorus
Herman SteinmanChorus
John Charles ThomasDick Fitzgerald
Joseph TierneyChorus
Joseph TonerChorus
Florence VinsonChorus
Teddy WebbToby Winkle
Pearl WeberChorus
Ben WellsChorus
Jean WellsChorus
Letty YorkeDoll Primrose
music by Reginald De Koven; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Bread, Cheese and KissesDoll Primrose and Toby Winkle
Marching AwayLieutenant Lovelace
The HighwaymanDick Fitzgerald and Chorus
In London TownLady Pamela, Sir Godfrey Beverley, Toby Winkle, Doll Primrose and Chorus
Vive La BagatelleLady Constance Sinclair
Gretna GreenCaptain Rodney
ACT 2 Sung By
Kitty O'BrienDick Fitzgerald
The Farmer and the ScarecrowToby Winkle, Constable Foxy Quiller and Chorus
Do You Remember Love?Lady Constance Sinclair and Dick Fitzgerald
Gipsy SongConstable Foxy Quiller and Constables
ACT 3 Sung By
While the Four Winds BlowCaptain Rodney
For This
(lyrics by Leontine Stanfield)
Lady Constance Sinclair
On the TrackConstable Foxy Quiller and Constables
Farewell to the King's HighwayDick Fitzgerald