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Breaking Into Society   

West End Theatre, (10/02/1905 - 10/07/1905)
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre, (11/04/1905 - 11/09/1905)
American Theatre, (4/30/1906 - 5/05/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 02, 1905    
Closing Date: May 05, 1906 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Farce in Three Acts
Setting: Act 1: A Public Square on the East Side; Act 2: The Fancy Dress Ball at the Montague House, Riverside Drive. A year later; Act 3: The Lawn of Montague House
Comments: In spring 1906, played at Metropolis Theatre for 8 perfs. and Yorkville Theatre for 8 perfs.

Production Staff
Book by Lee Arthur and Robert B. Smith; Music by Gus Edwards; Additional music by Leo Edwards; Lyrics by Gus Edwards and Robert B. Smith
Directed by Percy G. Williams
Clara Morton
Aileen O'Donovan
Major's daughter
Kate Morton
Margaret O'Donovan
Major's wife
Paul Morton
Jack Montague
Sam Morton
Major Mike O'Donovan
Ford Sterling
Conreid Hammerschmidt
Grace Belmont
Trixie Gibson
Mildred Claire
Miss Depeyster
James Cooper
August Montague
Edward Cutler
Echlin P. Gayer
Reginald Carlyle
Rita Gray
Tessie Burns
Violet Hart
Miss Harrie
Harry Hearn
Sergeant Clark
Adelaide Kornay
Miss Van Mott
Emma Lamoine
Maggie Casey
Arthur Lee
Cornelius Lembach
Howard Ordway
John H. Smiley
Mafia Dinamito
E.D.W. Tannehill
Paul Train
music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Gus Edwards and Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
The Bashful Chappie
Columbia's Colleen
The Daughter of the Regiment
(music by Gus Edwards and Leo Edwards)
If Women Had Their Way
I'm the Boy
Jolly Yourself Along
Marriage Game
My Senorita
Ping Pong
(music by Gus Edwards and Leo Edwards)
Standing Pat
(music by Gus Edwards and Leo Edwards)
That's What the Papers Say
Ting-a-Ling-a-Ling Ping Pong
Up and Down the Boardwalk