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The Voice of McConnell   

 
Manhattan Opera House , (12/25/1918 - 1/18/1919)
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Opening Date:Dec 25, 1918   
Closing Date:Jan 18, 1919 Total Performances:30

Category: Play, Comedy, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: A New York Hotel and the McNamara home


Production Staff
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Written by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Musical Director: George Lydwig; Additional music by Ernest R. Ball, Chauncey Olcott, Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders; Additional lyrics by Rida Johnson Young and Richard W. Pascoe
Directed by Sam Forrest and George M. Cohan
Cast
Constance Beaumar Miss Collinsby
Alice Chapin Mrs. Dwight McNamara
Roy Cochrane Hendricks
Harold De Becker Douglas Graham
Bert Dunlap Mr. Smithers
Edward Fielding J. Austin Severard
Agnes Gildea Miss Hemingway
Fletcher Harvey Mr. Jackson
Mae Jennings Miss Drake
Guest
Gilda Leary Evelyn McNamara
Edna Leslie Miss Giles
Elsie Lyding Susan
Wilda Maria Moore Miss Embree
Edward O'Connor Barry
Chauncey Olcott Tom O'Connell
Ruth Price Guest
Miss Copeland
Arthur Shields Bell Boy
Guest
Richard Tabor Harry McNamara
David V. Wall Mr. Sullivan
H. P. Woodley Waiter
music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

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