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A Day and a Night in New York   

Garrick Theatre, (8/30/1898 - 10/22/1898)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Aug 30, 1898    
Closing Date: Oct 22, 1898 Total Performances: 54

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: In and around the National Theatre


Production Staff
Produced by Charles H. Hoyt and Frank McKee
Libretto by Charles H. Hoyt; Music by Richard Stahl, Safford Waters, William Devere, Henri Christine and Charles Zimmerman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Safford Waters, William Devere, J. L. Gilbert, H. A. Barr and Edmund Vance Cooke; Featuring songs by J. L. Gilbert and Mason Gill; Musical Director: Charles Zimmerman
Staged by Charles H. Hoyt; Choreographed by Thomas Evans
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Clairiesse Agnew
Iona Brougham
Lew Bloom
The Clean Man
stage doorkeeper
Jane Cooper
Fuchsia
Hart's wife
Robert Cowan
Will Hammer
carpenter
W. H. Currie
Routt Booker
Manager, National Theatre, New York
William Devere
Lyonn Hart
Commander U.S. Navy, retired
Thomas Evans
N. Gage Chipps
stage manager
Louise Gunning
Annette Winner
who gets an engagement
Otis Harlan
Marble Hart
Hart's son
Jules Jordan
Dewing Munkittrick
Alma Kramer
Sue Brett
Mae Lowery
Ada Marr
known professionally as Mlle. Bawn Touraine
Sidney Mansfield
Servus Wright
Booker's servant
Nellie O'Neil
Fay Kerr
Grace Rutter
Rhoda Race
Hattie Williams
Lura Mann
Edward Wonn
Savage Noyes
Hart's uncle
Otto B. Packingham
who doesn't get an engagement
Charles Zimmerman
Handel Schwein
musical director

ACT 1
Dutch Comedians
(music by Richard Stahl; lyrics by Charles H. Hoyt)
Ladies from France
(music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters)
Can You Forget?
(music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters)
ACT 2 Sung By
Jolly Old Tar
(music by William Devere; lyrics by William Devere)
Love Is a Spell
(music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters)
Robin Adair Annette Winner
(My Bonnie, Sweet Bonnie, the) Maid of Dundee
(music by J. L. Gilbert; lyrics by J. L. Gilbert)
Annette Winner
She Used to Take Me on Her Knee
(music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters)
ACT 3 Sung By
I Want to Be a Soldier
(music by Mason Gill; lyrics by H. A. Barr)
Lura Mann
The Languid Man
(music by Richard Stahl; lyrics by Edmund Vance Cooke)
Marble Hart
Lucy, Tell Me I'm Your Beau
(music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters)
Marble Hart
He Had His Rabbit's Foot with Him
(music by William Devere; lyrics by William Devere)
Marble Hart
(As Long as It) Pleases the Ladies
(music by Richard Stahl; lyrics by Charles H. Hoyt)
Marble Hart