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When Johnny Comes Marching Home   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (5/07/1917 - Closing date unknown)
Manhattan Opera House, (5/28/1917 - 6/16/1917)
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Opening Date: May 07, 1917    
Closing Date: Jun 16, 1917 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts and four scenes
Setting: General Allen's Heaquarters, Cordelia's Birthday party, Felix Graham's Plantation, on the banks of the Mississippi, and the encampment of the Federal Army

Production Staff
Produced by F. C. Whitney
Music by Julian Edwards; Book by Stanislaus Stange; Lyrics by Stanislaus Stange; Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis; Brass Band and Fife and Drum Corps. under the direction of Paul R. Doti
Book staged by Fred Bishop; Choreographed by R.H. Burnside; Entire production under the personal direction of F. C. Whitney
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, William Castle and H. Robert Law; Costume Design by E.L. Freisinger
Edward Basse
Bonnie Boyce
George Burns
Wilbur Cox
Arthur CunninghamGeneral William Allen
Maurice Darcy
Nanette Flack
Juanita Fletcher
Harrison Garrett
Elsa Garrette
Julia Gifford
Percy Parsons
Roy Raymond
Aimee Torriani
music by Julian Edwards; lyrics by
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Hurrah! Hurrah!Federal Officers
My Father Fights for Uncle SamCordelia Allen and Officers
I Could Waltz On Forever With YouCordelia Allen, Amelia Thropp, Susan Clay, Major George Buckle, Major William Walker and Officers
My Own United StatesColonel John Graham
Just Marry the Man and Be MerryMrs. Constance Pemberton and Chorus
When Our Lips in Kisses MetGeneral William Allen and Mrs. Constance Pemberton
FairylandKate Pemberton
Who Knows?Colonel John Graham and Kate Pemberton
While You're ThinkingCordelia Allen and Chorus
The Suwanee River
(music by Stephen Foster; lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Kate Pemberton, Mrs. Constance Pemberton, Robert Pemberton, General William Allen and Colonel John Graham
ACT 2 Sung By
Sing, Darkies, Sing!
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Plantation Darkies
Ma Honeysuckle Gal (My Honeysuckle Girl)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Uncle Tom and Darkies
Love's Night
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Colonel John Graham and Kate Pemberton
Really Upset (I Was Quite Upset)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Jonathan Phoenix
Spring, Sweet Spring
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Mrs. Constance Pemberton
(Katie,) My Southern Rose
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Colonel John Graham, Mrs. Constance Pemberton and Chorus
(Twas Down in the) Garden of Eden)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Major Geoffry Martin and Cordelia Allen
Years Touch Not the Heart
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Mrs. Constance Pemberton
The Spy
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Entire Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Flag of My Country
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Colonel John Graham and Chorus
But They Didn't (Did He, No, He Didn't)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Cordelia Allen and Chorus
The Drums
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)