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A Chinese Honeymoon   

Casino Theatre, (6/02/1902 - 4/25/1903)
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Opening Date: Jun 02, 1902    
Closing Date: Apr 25, 1903 Total Performances: 364

Category: Musical, Comedy, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: China at the present time

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. Shubert, Sam Nixon and J. Fred Zimmerman
Music by Howard Talbot and George Dee; Book by George Dance; Lyrics by George Dance; Additional music by Jean Schwartz and Ernie Woodville; Additional numbers by William Jerome; Musical Director: Gustav Kerker; Music orchestrated by Gustav Kerker; Additional lyrics by H. Adams
Directed by Gerald Coventry
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Aimee Angeles
Mi Mi
Edith Barr
Sing Sing
Katie Barry
Fi Fi
William Burress
Chippie Chop
Helen Dixey
Nonie Dore
Pauline Elliott
Mae Fellon
Mabel Gribbon
Sylvia Lisle
Adelaide Phillips
Aline Potter
William Pruette
Hi Lung
Aline Redmond
Adele Ritchie
Mrs. Pineapple
Thomas Q. Seabrooke
Mr. Samuel Pineapple
Edwin Stevens
Hang Chow
Amelia Stone
Soo Soo
Nella Webb
Yen Yen
Van Rensselaer Wheeler
Tom Hatherton
Genevieve Whitlock
Annie Yeamans
Mrs. Brown
music by Howard Talbot; lyrics by George Dance
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
In Yland-Ylang Ensemble
Roly-Poly Hi Lung
A Paper Fan Soo Soo
The Emperor Hang Chow
A Chinese Honeymoon Mr. Samuel Pineapple and Mrs. Pineapple
The a la Girl Mrs. Pineapple
Nursery Rhymes
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Yen Yen, Mrs. Brown, Fi Fi, Mr. Samuel Pineapple and Tom Hatherton
The Twiddley Bits
(music by Ernie Woodville; lyrics by H. Adams and George Dance)
Fi Fi
A Royal Honeymoon Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
With Weary Hearts Chorus
I Want to Be a Lidy
(music by George Dee)
Fi Fi
Dolly with a Dimple on Her Chin
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Alfred Murray)
Mrs. Pineapple
Welcome, Official Mother-in-Law Chorus
Tidbits from the Plays Mi Mi and Hi Lung
Martha Spanks the Grand Pianner Fi Fi
He Is the Bridegroom