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Glittering Gloria   

Daly's Theatre, (2/15/1904 - 3/05/1904)
Grand Opera House, (4/04/1904 - circa. 4/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 15, 1904    
Closing Date: Apr 1904 Total Performances: 30

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: London at the present time


Production Staff
Produced by John C. Fisher and Thomas W. Ryley
Music by Bernard Rolt; Book by Hugh Morton; Lyrics by Bernard Rolt and Hugh Morton; Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz and A. Baldwin Sloane; Featuring songs with lyrics by William Jerome and Edward S. Abeles
Cast
Marie Allen
Brenda
Percy Ames
Archie Toddleby
Jack's friend
Sybil Anderson
Rosamund
Chorus
Katherine Black
Chorus
Viola Clayton
Chorus
Belva Don Kersley
Kathleen
Gertrude Douglas
Irene
Lotta Ettinger
Chorus
Edna Farrell
Ethel
Amy Forsland
Chorus
E. Lovat Fraser
Robert Shreve
Slapton's partner
Edward Gore
Samuel Slapton
a Bond Street jeweler
Ferdinand Gottschalk
Zebedee Poskett
a rural solicitor
Olive Haskell
Chorus
John Hendy
First Porter
Flora Hengler
Herbert
"Buttons," at Coddlesmere mansions
May Hengler
Sarah
maid to Gloria
May Hopkins
Chorus
Ethel Intropodi
Chorus
Eugene O'Rourke
Mr. Griddletop
Third Assistant superintendent of luggage
Carol Oty
Chorus
Adelaide Prince
Mrs. Jack James
Jessie Radcliffe
Chorus
Phyllis Rankin
Dorothy Kenworthy
Archie's fiancée
Adele Ritchie
Gloria Grant
known as "Glittering Gloria"
Forrest Robinson
Colonel Pasquale Gallegher
from El Paso, Texas
Frieda Salber
Chorus
George A. Schiller
Algernon Entwistle
the Colonel's Secretary
Cyril Scott
Jack James
Jack's Wife
Lottie Vernon
Chorus
Marie L. Wilson
Ariadne
music by Bernard Rolt; lyrics by Bernard Rolt and Hugh Morton
(Unless otherwise noted)
Glittering Glor-i-a Gloria Grant (known as "Glittering Gloria")
Laura Bell Gloria Grant (known as "Glittering Gloria")
The Hothouse on Broadway Gloria Grant (known as "Glittering Gloria")
Saphira Jack James (Jack's Wife)
Little Mary Jack James (Jack's Wife)
Cordelia (Malone)
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Mr. Griddletop (Third Assistant superintendent of luggage)
Tell Me Why, Why, Why Archie Toddleby (Jack's friend)
Margate Sands
Susan
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Edward S. Abeles)
When I Come Out of Here
No Wedding Bells for Her Dorothy Kenworthy (Archie's fiancée)