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George W. Lederer's Mid-Summer Night Fancies   

This production was composed of the following shows:

Crystal Gardens, (6/22/1903 - 7/18/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jun 22, 1903    
Closing Date: Jul 18, 1903 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in seven scenes
Setting: Tokio


The Darling of the Gallery Gods

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Lyrics by Matt C. Woodward and John Gilroy; Book by George V. Hobart; Music by Ben M. Jerome; Musical Director: Max Hoffmann; Additional music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Additional lyrics by Arthur Ambrose and Arthur Lamb
Staged by George W. Lederer
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Mme. Ripley
Cast
George Ali
Mr. Black Bear
Kathryn Bartlett
Bri Ton
Frank Bernard
Tom Tumbo
Edward Bingham
Tutt Tutt
William Black
Tan Sun
Lillie Brink
Too Too San
Harry Brown
Ketch Up
William Cameron
Doggon
Emma Carus
Whoa San
Joseph Chaillee
Butt Inn
D.L. Don
Sakkookoo
Henry Dyer
Dippy Dott
Charles Edwards
Whoa Deal
Henry Elkins
No Belt
Trixie Friganza
Whoa San
James A. Furey
Pitty Pat
Wilfred Gerdes
Admiral Fatt Head
John Gilroy
Dandy Doo
Mamie Gilroy
Rosy Dawn
Frank Hill
Gum Shoo
Milo Joyce
Sir Buyup Junk
Joseph Kane
Shad Roe
Charlotte Leslay
Chorus
Helen Lucas
Foo Foo San
Junie McCree
Karl
Ollie Norman
Too Much
Theodore S. Peters
Sneek Hi
Pat Rooney
Beau Beau
Ben Schwartz
Antie Up
Elphye Snowden
Woo Woo San
Cecil Summers
Jig Jug
John Talbot
Lord Fudge
May Taylor
Goo Goo San
Fred Titus
Peep Long
Charles Wentz
Tot So
Ham Manny

The Dress Parade

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Nonsense by George V. Hobart; Music by Ben M. Jerome; Lyrics by Matt Woodward and John Gilroy; Musical Director: Max Hoffmann; Additional lyrics by Nicholas Niddle
Staged by George W. Lederer; Choreographed by Pat Rooney
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Mme. Ripley
Cast
Arthur Arthur
Snowface
Kathryn Bartlett
The Mocking Bird
John Bedini
Benoit
William Black
Mr. Pickwick
Lillie Brink
Romeo
Harry Brown
The Old Homestead
William Cameron
The Messenger from Mars
Emma Carus
The Girl with the Green Eyes
Joseph Chaillee
'Way Down East
Marguerite Clark
Dorothy
Tom Collins
The Toreador
D.L. Don
The Sultun of Sulu
Lucille Eagen
The Blonde in Black
Wilfred Gerdes
The Prince of Pilsen
John Gilroy
Jewel of Asia
Carrie Graham
Sis Hopkins
Milo Joyce
The Starbucks
Joseph Kane
Kon Kushan
Charlotte Leslay
Silver Slipper
Chorus
Daisy Lucas
Prince Charming
Junie McCree
The Earl of Pawtucket
Elphye Snowden
Juliet
May Taylor
The Sleeping Beauty
Fred Titus
The Billionaire
Charles Wentz
A Gentleman of France
music by Ben M. Jerome; lyrics by Matthew Woodward and John Gilroy
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Kiyomori
My Japanese Baby
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Arthur Ambrose)
Whoa San
If Ever You Want a Favor, Mention Me
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Arthur Ambrose)
Karl and Chorus
Oshi Dori Rosy Dawn and Chorus
Whoa San Whoa San
Omi Omai Sakkookoo
Ida Bell Whoa San, Rosy Dawn, Goo Goo San, Karl, Doggon, Dandy Doo and Sakkookoo
Mozart Lincoln Whoa San and Chorus
Solo Koko Goo Goo San, Dandy Doo, Beau Beau, Doggon and Tom Tumbo
Watch Me To-Night in the Torchlight Parade
(lyrics by Arthur Lamb)
Whoa San and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Down Where Two Lovers Sat Chorus
Ella
(lyrics by Nicholas Niddle)
Chorus
Keep on a Shining, Silvery Moon
(lyrics by Nicholas Niddle)
The Girl with the Green Eyes and Chorus
The Marriage of the Daffodil and Daisy
(lyrics by Nicholas Niddle)
Jewel of Asia, The Messenger from Mars, The Toreador, Snowface, Romeo, The Sleeping Beauty and Juliet
Willie The Girl with the Green Eyes and The Sultun of Sulu
   
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