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A Contented Woman    A Sketch of the Fair Sex in Politics

Hoyt's Theatre, (1/04/1897 - 2/20/1897)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 04, 1897    
Closing Date: Feb 20, 1897 Total Performances: 56

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and about the house of Benton Holme, in a fashionable quarter of Denver, Colorado.

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Produced by Charles H. Hoyt and Frank McKee
Written by Charles H. Hoyt; Music by Richard Stahl
Directed by Charles H. Hoyt
Settings by Arthur Voegtlin
William H. Currie
Benton Holme
rich and politically ambitious
Amy Ames
Aunt Jim
an earnest advocate of Woman's suffrage
F. Baldwin
E. Quinn Holder
Mrs. Ebbsmith's coachman
Frank Baldwin
Independent Voter
Will H. Bray
Vandyke Beard
Holme's butler
Eleanor Falk
Mary Peet
lady's maid
Edward Garvie
Phil Boyles
bar keeper
Gus Henessey
Boyle Dowle
prize fighter
Frank J. Keenan
Brighton Betts
gambling saloon
Frank Lane
Cutting Hintz
Benton's bachelor brother-in-law
Emma Lewis
Etta Bird
parlor maid
Jean McIlmoyne
Dandy Trotter
Marie Millard
Rose Bud
Sarah Miskel
Benton's sister
Caroline Miskel-Hoyt
Grace Holme
Adelaide Ober
Mrs. Watson Chin
a strong-minded friend of Jim
George Ober
Uncle Todie
Jim's other half - better or worse as you choose
Edna Pettie
Calliope Ayres
a girl friend of Grace
Rose Snyder
Miss Helen Wrangell
a strong-minded friend of Jim
May Stuart
Dodge Carr
Grace Thorne
Mrs. Ebbsmith
considered notorious
music by Richard Stahl; lyrics by Richard Stahl
(Unless otherwise noted)
The Next President's Goin' to be a Coon Vandyke Beard
We're Goin' to Have a Barbecue Vandyke Beard
Caroline (March)
Do You Want to Hear the Rest?
(lyrics by Charles H. Hoyt)
Cutting Hintz
War Song Ladies' Campaign Club
Dainty Saintly Erica
(music by Eugene Ellsworth; lyrics by Eugene Ellsworth)
Grace Holme