MusicalBurlesqueOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Sep 24, 1903
Closing Date
May 28, 1904
Performances
165
MusicalBurlesqueOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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This production was composed of the following shows: Catherine, Looney Park, Waffles, Whoop-Dee-Doo

Theatres
Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall
(Sep 24, 1903 - Jan 30, 1904)
New Amsterdam Theatre
(May 16, 1904 - May 28, 1904)

Description
A travesty upon the play "Catherine"

Replaced Waffles, opening May 16, 1904 and closing May 28, 1904

Catherine

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway
Setting: Catherine's Garret House and the Duke's Conservatory
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Music by William T. Francis; Book by Edgar Smith; Based on "Catherine" by Henri Lavedan; Featuring songs by J. Rosamond Johnson; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
Staged by Ben Teal
Baron Frozenhard
Duchess de Coocoo
Catherine Villun
Monsieur Lowcuss
George Mantelpiece
Jeanne
Monsieur Villun
Blanche Villun
Baroness Frozenhard
Duke de Coocoo
Helene de Gristle
Freddy

Looney Park

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway
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Featuring songs by J. Rosamond Johnson; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
Mrs. Kidd
 
Johnnybostonbeans
Little Buster
The Lynx
Mr. E.Z. Mark
The Elephant
Happy Hooligan
Mrs. E.Z. Mark
The Policeman
The Admiral
The Monkey
Uncle Heinie
The Bear
Lady Bountiful
Toodles
Gloomy Gus

Waffles

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway
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Music by William T. Francis; Book by Edgar Smith
Staged by Ben Teal
Waffles
Lord Prowley
 
Certon
Croshay
Lord Ansometeeth
Captain Dedwood
Gwendolyn Congame
Mrs. Flygal
Ethel
Baroclothes
Lady Smelrose
Marie

Whoop-Dee-Doo

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Setting: The Kaiser Wilhelm Bier-haus in the environs of Paris
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Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by William T. Francis; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Featuring songs by J. Rosamond Johnson and Alfred Muller Norden; Featuring songs with lyrics by Bob Cole
Staged by Ben Teal
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Conducted by William T. Francis
Cornet Pompomstein
Nathalie
Monsieur Saisir
Captain Campsdemards
Cornet Sabrelitz
Nudelina
Kaffeline
Schnitzel
Crayonne
Fertig
Lieutenant Montmartre
Josh Kidder
Pierrepont Grimes
Geldia
Parieren
Mlle. Dumonde
Meyer Schmartgeeser
Aufgepasst
Monsieur Bonmarche
Steiner
Kanerer
Cornet Fueret
Annette
P. Dennis O'Shea
Lieutenant Bombarde
Cornet Trompette
Jeanne
Kartuffle
Gretel
Steinetta
Katrina
Pilsener Hofbrau
Gladys Snowflake
Maid Snowflake
Maulstick
Clementine
Jeanette
Marie
Palette
Vergette
Fechten
The Countess de Quartierlatin
Dauber
Salatina
Bridgeeta O'Shea
Bratwuest
Michael Suppegreentz
Gecchie
Act 1
Sung By
Hoch! Hoch! Hoch
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
The Good Old U.S.A.
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
P. Dennis O'Shea
Papa Wouldn't Care for That
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
On the Boulevard
(music by Alfred Muller Norden; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
The Countess de Quartierlatin
Rag-time in Europe
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
My Goo-goo Queen
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Paris on a Moonlight Night
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
The Flowers of Dixie Land
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole and Edgar Smith)
The Rose, the Sunflower, and the Magnolia
If I Were an Actress
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Act 2
Sung By
Down by the Ocean Strand
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
Looney Park
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
(The) Maid of Timbuctoo
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole)
After Dinner
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Chorus
(The) Maid of Timbuctoo
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole)
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