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Fiddle-dee-dee   

This production was composed of the following shows:

Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall, (9/06/1900 - 4/20/1901)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 06, 1900    
Closing Date: Apr 20, 1901 Total Performances: 262

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two scenes
Comments: Quo Vass Iss? closed on October, 17, 1900 after 48 performances. Arizona opened on October 18, 1900 and closed December 19, 1900 after 73 performances. Exhibit II opened December 20, 1900 and closed April 20, 1901 after 141 performances.



Fiddle-dee-dee

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway

Setting: Rue de Paris at the Exposition and the Swiss Village at the exposition

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John Stromberg
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
George Ali
Leo
Eva Allen
Ensemble
Josephine Allen
Fantine
Merrie Andrews
Ensemble
Cora Appleby
Ensemble
Florence Bell
Ensemble
Gladys Canby
Ensemble
Bessie Clayton
Specialty Dancer
Florence Deshone
Ensemble
Genevieve Dolaro
Asbury Sands
Florence Dressler
Fourchette
Blondie Dyer
Ensemble
Marie Early
Ensemble
Lotta Fellows
Ensemble
Lew M. Fields
Rudolf Bungstarter
Mazie Follette
Fandango
Ensemble
Virginia Foltz
Budd Carmichael
Basbleu
Charles Fostelle
Birdie McSorley
Olive Green
Ensemble
Dappy Grey
J. Withers Belton
Ben Hapgood
Ingambe
Lillian Heckler
Wilton Warmington
Leona Hilbon
Dodge Carr
Duryea Starchleigh
DeWolf Hopper
Hoffman Barr
Violet Jewell
Ensemble
Seguedilla
John T. Kelly
Ignatius McSorley
May Kissam
Ensemble
Phyllis La Fond
Bolero
Ensemble
Bonnie Maginn
Mariette
Nestor Puffer
May McKenzie
Cinqcentime
Goldie Mohr
Nervie Tartington
Charley Horseleigh
Harold T. Morey
Pourboire
May Page
Ensemble
Grace Pierrepont
Ensemble
Garta
Ilma Pratt
Ensemble
Torchon
Inez Ray
Ensemble
Jessie Richmond
Madison Parks
Belle Robinson
Googoo
Cachuca
Lillian Russell
Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook
Dottie Ryder
Ensemble
Margaret Sayer
Bilkarine
Clara Selden
Ensemble
Mae Sherwood
Sterling Kane
Ensemble
Myra Smith
Allez
Georgia Stewart
Ensemble
Nata Stromberg
Forrest Holmes
Fay Templeton
La Belle Zara
Poney Upton
Ensemble
Irene Vera
Frizette
Vernie Wadsworth
Claremont Riverside
Carrie Waite
Ensemble
Mazie Walzinger
Ensemble
David Warfield
Shadrach Leschinski
Joseph M. Weber
Michael Krautknuckle
Rhoda Wheeler
Ensemble
Carrie Willis
Valencienne

Quo Vass Iss?

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway

Setting: The public gardens in Rome adjoining the palace of Zero, the residence of Petrolius, and the Arena

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John Stromberg; A burlesque of "Quo Vadis" by Stanislaus Stange; From the novel by Henry Sienkiewicz
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
George Ali
Sparrus Copus
Eva Allen
Peddlus Potatus
Josephine Allen
Popcornea
Florence Bell
Jabba
Lew M. Fields
Smallus
Mazie Follette
Pumpia
Virginia Foltz
Bogus Extrus
Ben Hapgood
Infamous Touchus
Leona Hilbon
Chirpnos
DeWolf Hopper
Petrolius
Violet Jewell
Deodorus
John T. Kelly
Zero
Phyllis La Fond
Rubba
Bonnie Maginn
Spoonice
Goldie Mohr
Acta
Harold T. Morey
Tickelritus
Punctus Tireas
Grace Pierrepont
Porus Plasta
Ilma Pratt
Catapilla
Inez Ray
Slashus
Belle Robinson
Numonia
Charles J. Ross
Marcus Finishus
Margaret Sayer
Starvus
Clara Selden
Plexus
Mae Sherwood
Duflikus Tumatus
Myra Smith
Stabba
Georgia Stewart
Killa
Fay Templeton
Lythia
David Warfield
Hilo
Joseph M. Weber
Fursus
Carrie Willis
Quininius Malarius
Marie Worthington
Solus

Arizona

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John Stromberg; A burlesque on the play by Augustus Thomas
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Madge Adae
Chorus
George Ali
Ham Song
Eva Allen
Chorus
Nettie Barton
Chorus
Florence Bell
Pupa Chihuahua
Edna Birch
Chorus
Lew M. Fields
Sergeant Killer
Mazie Follette
Cherokee Kid
Virginia Foltz
Lieutenant Frolic
Charles Fostelle
Mrs. Cannedbeef
Mamie Gould
Chorus
Dappy Grey
Chorus
Grace Heckler
Chorus
Lillian Heckler
Chorus
Leona Hilbon
Montezuma Matt
DeWolf Hopper
Henry Cannedbeef
Violet Jewell
Hi Roper
Ethel Jewett
Chorus
John T. Kelly
Colonel Bunjam
Phyllis La Fond
Lariat Luke
Bonnie Maginn
Lieutenant Stung
Carrie May
Antonia Alamo
May McKenzie
Juan Sombrero
Goldie Mohr
Alkali Bill
Harold T. Morey
Doctor Felon
Grace Pierrepont
Apache Charley
Ilma Pratt
Miss MacCrullers
Jessie Richmond
Chorus
Belle Robinson
El Paseo Pete
Charles J. Ross
Lieutenant Tention
Lillian Russell
Sarsaparilla
Margaret Sayer
Buck Saddler
Mae Sherwood
Pop Gunner
Myra Smith
Durango Colorado
Georgia Stewart
Chiaca Tamale
Fay Templeton
Bonita
Vernie Wadsworth
Chorus
David Warfield
Captain Hogman
George P. Watson
Pony Mustango
Joseph M. Weber
Lena Killer

Exhibit II

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway

Setting: The grounds of a Villa near Paris, occupied by Hoffman Barr

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John Stromberg
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Madge Adae
Lady Westbury
George Ali
Tipit
Alice Curtis
Cortland
Genevieve Dolaro
Charley Horseleigh
Lew M. Fields
Rudolf Bungstarter
Virginia Foltz
Madison Parks
Minnie Garretty
Bleeker
Sissie Garretty
Essex
Allie Gilbert
Dossie
Miss Emery
Mamie Gould
Chilton
Dappy Grey
Claremont Riverside
Ben Hapgood
Ingambe
Grace Heckler
Hammersley
Lillian Heckler
Miss Cutter
Leona Hilbon
Dodge Carr
DeWolf Hopper
The Gay Lord Quex
Violet Jewell
Miss Rosaline
John T. Kelly
Ignatius McSorley
Bonnie Maginn
Flossie
Baron Holdfaste
May McKenzie
Asbury Sands
Harold T. Morey
Pourboire
Grace Pierrepont
Lady Syosset
Ilma Pratt
Miss Brummell
Inez Ray
Lady Lowbridge
Jessie Richmond
Lady Hempstead
Belle Robinson
Bossie
Miss Fyles
Ruth Rollins
Miss Towle
Lillian Russell
Mrs. Meadowbrook
Margaret Sayer
Duchess of Prude
Mae Sherwood
Sterling Kane
Fay Templeton
Sophy Fullgally
Irene Vera
Countess of Elmhurst
Vernie Wadsworth
Chomondley
David Warfield
Shadrach Leschinski
Joseph M. Weber
Michael Krautknuckle
Fritz Williams
Prince Victor Constasntine
music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith
ACT 1 Sung By
Come One, Come All, and See the Sights
The Tips of Gay Paree Ignatius McSorley
Nothing Doing Hoffman Barr
I Sigh for a Change Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook
Comic Opera Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook and Hoffman Barr
Je ne le comprends pas
Ma Blushin' Rosie, Ma Posie Sweet La Belle Zara and Ensemble
Fiddle-dee-dee-March Specialty Dancer
Swiss Warble and Dance Ensemble
Come Back, My Honey Boy, to Me Mrs. Waldorf Meadowbrook
ACT 2 Sung By
We Are Citizens of Rome Chorus
Signor Gazamma Petrolius and Ensemble
(Come) Fetch Your Baby Home Lythia and Ensemble
Beautiful Arizona Henry Cannedbeef
Uncle Sam's Boys in Blue Chorus
Puff Puff
The Latest Cure for Ennui Chorus
That's About the Size of It The Gay Lord Quex
I'm a Respectable Working Girl Sophy Fullgally
Tell Us, Pretty Ladies
Fads Mrs. Meadowbrook