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Liberty Theatre, (10/28/1918 - 1/18/1919)
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Opening Date: Oct 28, 1918    
Closing Date: Jan 18, 1919 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A Play with Music in Three Acts
Setting: New York City and Boston

Production Staff
Produced by John Cort
Book by Catherine Chisholm Cushing; Music by Rudolf Friml; Lyrics by Catherine Chisholm Cushing; Based on the play "A Widow by Proxy" by Catherine Chisholm Cushing; Musical Director: Milan Roder
Staged by Clifford Brooke; Choreographed by Bert French
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Harry Collins and Mme. Kerner; Miss Painter's costumes by Mary Blackburne
Sibylla Bowhan
Dancing Class
Alexander Clark
Alexander Galloway
James Joseph Dunn
Vera Dunn
Ring Bearer
Ursula Ellsworth
Mrs. Saphronica Pennington
Curtis Karpe
Elsie Lawson
Emilie Lea
Joseph Lertora
Lieutenant "Dick" Pennington
C. Balfour Lloyd
Rose McEntire

Jean Merode
Dancing Class
Eleanor Painter
Glorianna Grey
Goldier Redding
Dancing Class
Marion Sitgreaves
Miss Angelica Pennington
Dancing Class
Dorothy South
Dolores Pennington
Marguerite St. Clair
Kate Stout
Dancing Class
Ergotti Twins
Gilbert Wells
Ralph Whitehead
Jonathan Pennington
Josephine Whittell
Therese, Ltd.
ACT 1 Sung By
The Dancing Lesson Dolores Pennington and Dancing Class
Frocks and Frills Therese, Ltd. and "Midinette"
Just a Little Laughter Glorianna Grey
Nenette and Rintintin Dolores Pennington, Nenette and Rintintin
When a Girl Lieutenant "Dick" Pennington
ACT 2 Sung By
Why Don't You Speak for Yourself, John? Glorianna Grey and Dancing Class
Dance of the Servants Robbins and Maids
Love, Love (Love! Love! Love! Glorianna Grey and Lieutenant "Dick" Pennington
Toodle 'oo! Jessica and Dancing Class
ACT 3 Sung By
Chianti Jessica and Porters