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Hippodrome Theatre, (8/23/1917 - 5/11/1918)
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Opening Date: Aug 23, 1917    
Closing Date: May 11, 1918 Total Performances: 456

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in three acts and 11 scenes

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by R.H. Burnside; Music by Raymond Hubbell; Lyrics by John L. Golden; Musical Director: Raymond Hubbell; Additional music by Milton Ager and Benjamin Hapgood Burt; Additional lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt and William Jerome
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Scenic Design by H. Robert Law and Mark Lawson; Costume Design by Robert McQuinn, Katherine H. Lovell, Gladys Monkhouse, William H. Matthews and Will Barnes
John Abbott

Adolph Adams

Angel Barbara

Sophye Barnard

Bart & Mallia

Aaron Beers

The Berlo Sisters

Bud Snyder Trio

Andrew Byrne

James Byrne

John J. Byrne

Bill Caress

Dan Carew

James Carty

Tommy Colton

J.P. Coombs

Kris Dahl

Johnny Davis

Marie De Young

Emma Dickson

Dippy Diers

Eugene Diers

James J. Doherty

Nellie Doner

William Dupont

Elm City Four

Stanley Ferguson

George Fleming

Robert Flynn

Mark Freeman

Joseph Frohoff

Albert Froom

George Davis Family

Phil Gilpin

Helen Gladings

John Hendricks

Arthur Hill

Ethel Hopkins

Harry Houdini

Major Johnson

Nancy Keay

Thomas Keenan

C. K. Kessler

Ladella Comiques

Emanuel List

Ethel Lorraine

Lou Lorrimer

Maude Mallia

Guadalupe Melendez

Charles Melody

Flora E. Merrill

Steve Miaco

Mirano Brothers

Rhea Norton

Matty O'Brien

Helen Osborne

Louise Owen

Billy Pandur

Power's Elephants

Charles Ravel

Bob Reano

A. Rees

Claire Rochester

Frances Roeder

Robert Rosaire

Eddie Russell

Herman Smith

May Smith

William Stanley

Myer Swirse

Henry Taylor

The Bogannys

The Brightons

The Four Amaranths

The Grigolettos

The Soltis


Fred Walton

Harry Ward

Nat M. Wills

Edward Wirth

Peter Young

music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by John L. Golden
(Unless otherwise noted)
The Blushing Bride and Groom
(music by Milton Ager; lyrics by William Jerome)
(Gee!) What a Wonderful Mate You'll Be
When Old New York Goes Dry
(music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Melody Land
My Bridal Rose
Cheep Up, 'Liza!
(Beautiful) Queen of the Nile
The Land of Liberty
Joy Town