MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
May 03, 1915
Closing Date
Jun 19, 1915
Performances
56
MusicalComedyOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Casino Theatre
(May 03, 1915 - Jun 19, 1915)

Description
A musical in two acts

Setting
The summer residence of the Cascadiers in Aix Les Bains and the house of the Pontgirards a year later

Produced by John Cort
Book adapted by William M. Hough; Music by Jean Gilbert and Victor Hallender; Lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; Original German libretto "Die moderne Eva" by Georg Okonkowsky and A. Schonfeld; Musical Director: Ben Jerome; Music orchestrated by Charles F. Miller; Additional music by Jean Gilbert, Victor Holländer, Ben Jerome, Jerome Kern and Otto Motzan; Additional lyrics by Charles Brown, William M. Hough, Stanley Murphy and Harry B. Smith
Choreographed by Julian Alfred
Costume Design by William H. Matthews
Secretary
Dickey Rutherford
Count Castell-Vajour
Baroness de la Roche Taille
Marguerite
Justin Pontgirard
International Dancer
Renee Cascadier
Madame Niniche-Cascadier
Casimir Cascadier
International Dancer
Minister
Camille Cascadier
Ponette
music by Jean Gilbert and Victor Holländer; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
The Song of the Sirens
Ensemble
That's the Lesson I'm Teaching to You
Baroness de la Roche Taille and Sirens
I'm Waiting for You
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Renee Cascadier, Justin Pontgirard and Chorus
Good-Bye, Everybody
(music by Jean Gilbert; lyrics by Will M. Hough)
Camille Cascadier and International Dancer
When Love Comes Stealing In
Renee Cascadier and Chorus
When the Madame Goes Away
(music by Ben M. Jerome)
Casimir Cascadier and Chorus
Act 2
Sung By
Won't You Smile?
Baroness de la Roche Taille, Renee Cascadier and Chorus
A Quiet Evening at Home
(music by Ben M. Jerome)
Justin Pontgirard
Keep Moving
(music by Otto Motzan; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt and Stanley Murphy)
Casimir Cascadier and Chorus
Excuse Me? Certainly!
(music by Victor Holländer; lyrics by Charles Brown)
Camille Cascadier, Dickey Rutherford and Count Castell-Vajour
Is the Girl You Married Still the Girl You Love?
(music by Victor Holländer; lyrics by Will M. Hough)
Renee Cascadier and Chorus
Good-Bye, Everybody
(music by Jean Gilbert; lyrics by Will M. Hough)
Entire Company
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