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Come Along   

Nora Bayes Theatre , (4/08/1919 - circa. 5/1919)
39th Street Theatre , (5/12/1919 - 5/17/1919)
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Opening Date:Apr 08, 1919   
Closing Date:May 17, 1919 Total Performances:47

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and two acts
Setting: New York City and Alsace, France in 1918

Production Staff
Produced by Marne Productions, Inc.
Music by John L. Nelson; Book by Bide Dudley; Lyrics by John L. Nelson; Additional lyrics by Bide Dudley and Blanche Merrill; Additional music by Fred Watson and Blanche Merrill; Musical Director: Milan Roder
Staged by Edward Royce; Choreographed by Jack Mason; Produced under the direction of Frank Jackson
Scenic Design by Homer Emens, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange; Costume Design by William H. Matthews, Milgrims, Lucille, H. R. Mallinson and Brooks Costume Company
Louis Alter Ensemble
Edward Bailey Charles Williams
Dorothy Beattie Ensemble
Anna Best Ensemble
Ellen Best Private Louise Brown
Jessica Brown Specialty Dances
Betty Burch Ensemble
Marcelle Carroll Madelon
Billy Clark Private Jeff Scroggins
Marguerite Daniels Ensemble
Dan Dawson Sergeant Chauncey Holmes
Patsie De Forest Peggy Penny
Grace Evans Ensemble
Paul Frawley Tom McManus
John Holden Colonel Mitchell, S.A.
Ethel Du Fre Houston Mrs. Crosby
Allen Kearns Private Peanuts Barker
Julie Kelety Mme. Juliet
Ellen King Private Jane Miller
Margery Lytle Alouette
Marian Lytle Cuckoo
Connie Madison Corporal Sue Taylor
Rose Maynard Ensemble
Robert Milasch Algerian
Hazel Morgan Ensemble
Joe Page Ensemble
Ernest E. Pollock General Baker, A.E.F.
Regina Richards Barbara Benton
Irving Rose John Phillips
Merrill Ross Ensemble
Emma Smith Ensemble
Charles Stanton Frank Marshall
Harry Tighe Jim Doolittle
May Weston Ensemble
music by John L. Nelson; lyrics by John L. Nelson
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
(It's a) Long Long Time (Before Pay Day Comes 'Round) Sergeant Chauncey Holmes and Male Chorus
Rolling de Bones at Coblenz on de Rhine
(lyrics by Bide Dudley)
Private Jeff Scroggins and Male Chorus
Doughnuts for Doughboys
(lyrics by Bide Dudley)
Mrs. Crosby, Jim Doolittle and Sergeant Chauncey Holmes
Yankee Land Private Peanuts Barker and Ensemble
(She's) Salvation Sal
(music by Fred Watson; lyrics by Bide Dudley)
Barbara Benton and Salvation Army Girls
Gas (Mask)
(lyrics by Bide Dudley)
Private Peanuts Barker and Ensemble
When They're Beautiful Jim Doolittle and Motor Corps Girls
When You Are Happy Barbara Benton, Tom McManus and Ensemble
Mother Dear Tom McManus
ACT 2Sung By
Cuckoo Madelon and Ensemble
K.P. Private Peanuts Barker and Ensemble
Big Drum, Little Drum
(lyrics by Bide Dudley)
Barbara Benton and Jim Doolittle
Thoughts Barbara Benton and Tom McManus
But You Can't Believe Them
(music by Blanche Merrill; lyrics by Blanche Merrill)
Peggy Penny and Private Peanuts Barker
Big Offenseive Jim Doolittle and Madelon