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A Trip To Coontown    A Roaring, Racy, Rollicking Musical Comedy

Third Avenue Theatre, (4/04/1898 - 4/09/1898)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 04, 1898    
Closing Date: Apr 09, 1898 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Present time in the suburbs of New York.


Production Staff
Produced by Robert Cole and Billy Johnson
Book by Robert Cole and Billy Johnson; Music by Robert Cole and Billy Johnson; Lyrics by Robert Cole and Billy Johnson; Musical Director: William Carle
Produced under the personal supervision of Robert Cole and Billy Johnson
Stage Manager: Jesse A. Shipp
Cast
Robert Cole
Willie Wayside
(a tramp) who has seen better days
Billy Johnson
Jim Flimflammer
a bunco Steerer (confidence man)
Robert A Kelley
Silas Green Jr.
with a $5,000 pension
Jesse A. Shipp
Silas Green Jr.
His wayward son
A Sly Cop of the Coontown Police Force
Vincent Bradley
Mrs. Fannie Brown
A widow with a boarding house
George Brown
Sam
a waiter
Tom Brown
Bily Binkerton
a detective
Rube
Italian
Hebrew
Chinaman
Walter Dixon
Captain Fleetfoot
of the Gallant 54th of Massachusetts
Clara Freeman
Balinda
Pauline Freeman
Fannie Brown
Mrs. Fannie Brown's daughter
Lloyd G. Gibbs
The Black DeReske of the Coontown Opera Company
Belle King
Aminda
Marguerite Rhodes
Rotinda
Sadie Robinson
Marinda
Jim WIlson
Equilibrist
Hen Wise
Reverendly
Bill Pulaski
a razor inspector
Lena Wiser
Florinda
May Wynder
Lucinda
Flotinda
music by Billy Johnson and Robert Cole; lyrics by Billy Johnson and Robert Cole
ACT 1 Sung By
The Famous Black Moguls Captain Fleetfoot
I Hope These Few Lines Will Find Thee Well Silas Green Jr.
Old Kentucky Home Florinda
Two Bold Bad Men Willie Wayside and Jim Flimflammer
A Trip to Coontown Willie Wayside
A Trip to Coontown (Reprise) Chorus
The Czar of the Tenderloin A Sly Cop of the Coontown Police Force
The Italian Man Italian
The Christening of a Little Black Coon
The Equilibrist Equilibrist
(Play) 4-11-44 Flotinda, Rotinda, Willie Wayside and Jim Flimflammer
The Wedding of the Chinee and the Coon Willie Wayside, Jim Flimflammer, Bily Binkerton, Silas Green Jr. and Rotinda
Finale Company
ACT 2 Sung By
A Coontown Frolic - "Midnight Kisses" Company
A Collection of Characters Bily Binkerton
The Greatest Living Black Tenor The Black DeReske of the Coontown Opera Company
A Few Moments with the Prince
The Trio from Attilla, Introducing the Great Singer (Novelty)