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Casino Theatre, (1/06/1908 - 2/01/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 06, 1908    
Closing Date: Feb 01, 1908 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A bungalow on the seashore

Production Staff
Produced by Thomas W. Ryley
Music by Safford Waters; Book by Irvin S. Cobb; Lyrics by Safford Waters; Orchestra under the direction of Frank Palma; Additional lyrics by Paul West, Carolyn Wells, Wallace Irwin, Vincent Rose and Ted Snyder
Staged by Al M. Holbrook
Gowns by Whitmore and Lyden; Japanese costumes by A. W. Tams; Uniforms by Warnock Uniform Company; Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt, Homer Emens and Young Brothers & Boss Co.
Percy Ames
Monty Beauchamp
an American clubman
Alice Fischer
Nan Livingston
a New York widow
Vera Michelena
Polly Rivers
an American girl
Joseph Miron
Tecumseh J. Carter
U.S. Secretary of War
Walter Percival
Jack Carter
Carter's son
William Rock
Owney McGehee
a refugee from Forty-Second Street
Margaret Rutledge
Hon. Miss Gwyndolin Hillary-Hoops
a British heiress
Belle Ashlyn
Miss Owna Panhard
W. W. Benedict
Y. Hyson
Aimee Berry
Master Paducah
Robert Buchannan
S. Whitbait
Sam Burns
Little Bumps
case-hardened sailor
Charles Butler
a chauffeur
Margaret Calvert
a maid
Lillian Carleton
Miss Holland Howes
Bertha Carlisle
Tea Girl
Margaret Cobb
Miss Effie Vessant
William Cohan
F. Periwinkle
Grace Conklin
Master Topeka
R.F. Cushing
H. Toast
Beatrix Doane
Tea Girl
C. W. Emerson
O. Stilton
Grace Emmons
Master Keokuk
May Faulkner
Miss Mercedes Carr
W. S. Freeman
William Harrison
H.M.S. Troublesome
Maude Fulton
Macy Bloomingdale Saks
of Sixth Avenue
Alice Gray
Tea Girl
Trudie Hatch
Tea Girl
Helen Heilman
Tea Girl
F. W. Holmes
T. Marmalade
B. Crumpets
Jeanette Horton
Miss Astor Court
Helen Howell
Tea Girl
Harry Husk
a light-weight Japanese wrestler
Florence Jennings
Master Tacoma
Reba Kent
Tea Girl
Ethel Lawrence
Master Wheeling
O.H. McCartney
G. Whelks
George S. McCone
Big Bumps
case-hardened sailor
J.F. McDonough
J. Muffins
Lillian McMillan
Tea Girl
Madge Melborne
Miss Knicker Bocker
D. W. Merket
Hi Low
a poor conversationalist
Edna Merrill
Tea Girl
Ione Montgomery
Master Savannah
Eleanor Pendleton
Miss Newport Hitt
Katherine Peters
Tea Girl
Adelaide Rankin
Tea Girl
May Reid
Tea Girl
Madeline Rellis
Tea Girl
DeG. Robinson
A. Bivalve
Grace Russell
Master Mobile
Billie Sterrett
Tea Girl
Violet Von Nichols
Tea Girl
Kitty Walden
Tea Girl
Jean Ward
Master Duluth
Rose Winter
Miss Claire Mont
music by Safford Waters; lyrics by Safford Waters
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
In Old Japan Chorus
The Dear Old Story Polly Rivers (an American girl) and Chorus
A Little Japan Lady Polly Rivers (an American girl) and Kitty (a maid)
Her Baggage Was Checked for Troy Jack Carter (Carter's son) and Monty Beauchamp (an American clubman)
One, Two, Three All Over (Down and Out)
(lyrics by Paul West)
Owney McGehee (a refugee from Forty-Second Street)
(Love Is) My Matrimonial Bon-Bon Jack Carter (Carter's son) and Polly Rivers (an American girl)
The Girl Behind the Man Behind the Gun William Harrison (H.M.S. Troublesome) and Chorus
The Girls of Every Land/Miss Yankee Doodle
(lyrics by Carolyn Wells)
Hi Yah Owney McGehee (a refugee from Forty-Second Street) and Chorus
Ambassador of Peace Tecumseh J. Carter (U.S. Secretary of War) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
For a Girl Can Love a Sailor
(lyrics by Wallace Irwin)
The Island of Love Jack Carter (Carter's son)
When I've Made Up My Mind to a Thing Tecumseh J. Carter (U.S. Secretary of War)
I've Been Discharged by Them All
(lyrics by Paul West)
Macy Bloomingdale Saks (of Sixth Avenue)
The Butterfly and the Rose Jack Carter (Carter's son), Polly Rivers (an American girl) and Hi Low (a poor conversationalist)
Entrance of Meouma Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Boo Ra Boo Kitty (a maid) and Chorus
Flirtation Debutantes and Diplomats
Love Is Victor Jack Carter (Carter's son), Polly Rivers (an American girl) and Tecumseh J. Carter (U.S. Secretary of War)
I Walked Around
(lyrics by Ted Snyder and Vincent Rose)
Tecumseh J. Carter (U.S. Secretary of War), Owney McGehee (a refugee from Forty-Second Street), Nan Livingston (a New York widow), Macy Bloomingdale Saks (of Sixth Avenue) and Wilkinson (a chauffeur)
I'd Guess You
(lyrics by Carolyn Wells)
Owney McGehee (a refugee from Forty-Second Street) and Macy Bloomingdale Saks (of Sixth Avenue)