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Casino Theatre, (2/11/1909 - 9/25/1909)
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Opening Date: Feb 11, 1909    
Closing Date: Sep 25, 1909 Total Performances: 236

Category: Musical, Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Havana, Cuba

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Leslie Stuart; Book by George Grossmith, Jr. and Graham Hill; Revised by James T. Powers; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and George Arthurs; Musical Director: Clarence Rogerson
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin
Eva Davenport
His sister, a "revoloutionista"
Edith Decker
His niece
Ernest Lambart
Don Adolpho
His son, fresh from an English University
Harold Vizard
Senator Bombito Del Campo
Mayor of Havana
Gladys Alexander
Lady of Havana
George Allison
Gentleman of Havana
Percy Ames
Reginald Brown
Steward on Jackson's yacht "The Wasp"
Freda Braun
Lady of Havana
Jack Brese
Gentleman of Havana
Lorraine Bright
Cigarette Girl
Mildred Bright
Cigarette Girl
Helen Broderick
Lady of Havana
Isabel Cannar
Cigar Girl
Erminie Clark
Newspaper Beauty
Glen Conner
Employee of Bombito
Bombito's Clerk
Elsa Croxton
Newspaper Beauty
Isabelle Daintry
Cigar Girl
Libbian Diamond
Cigarette Girl
Irma Dixon
Cigar Girl
Mildred Dupree
Cigar Girl
Ruth Elton
Cigar Girl
Agnes Faulkner

Lillie Feuhrer
Robert Feuhrer
Dolly Filly
Newspaper Beauty
Joseph Galton
Senor Patigo
One of the cause
Alfred Gerrard
Bombito's Clerk
Suzette Gordon
Cigarette Girl
Bertram Grassby
A gallant in love with Consuelo
Carolyn Green
Newspaper Beauty
Daisy Green
A cigarette girl
Alexander Groves
Cuban Soldier
Irwin Harding
Bombito's Clerk
Ernest Hare
Employee of Bambito
Philip Haring
Cuban Soldier
Marion Hartman
Lady of Havana
Natalie Harvey
Cigar Girl
Irene Hawley
Newspaper Beauty
Violet Hopkins
A flower girl
Viola Kellogg
a cigarette girl
Senora Donna Junenez
A fortune teller
Edith Kelly
A newspaper beauty from Pensacola
Newspaper Beauty
Jack Leonard
Cuban Soldier
Sylvia Loti
Cigar Girl
Harry MacDonough
Cuban Soldier
Geraldine Malone
The stenographer at Bombitos establishment
Albert Massour
Cuban Soldier
Cecelia Mayo
Newspaper Beauty
Jeanne McPherson
Cigar Girl
Arthur McSorley
Gentleman of Havana
Julia Mills
Newspaper Beauty
Emily Monte
Lady of Havana
Mary Murillo
Cigarette Girl
Harold Nelson
Gentleman of Havana
Patsy O'Connor
Cigarette Girl
Clara Palmer
A cigar vendor
Joseph Phillips
DePeyster Jackson
An American yacht owner on a cruise to Cuba
William Phillips
Frank Van Dusen
His friend
James T. Powers
Samuel Nix
William Pruette
Diego de la Concha
Superintendant at Bombitos establishment
Elsie Raymond
Cigarette Girl
Eugene Roder
Cuban Soldier
Adelaide Rossmi
Cigarette Girl
Bess Ryan
Lady of Havana
Millburry Ryder
Cuban Soldier
Mona Sartoris
Cigarette Girl
Dorothy Sayce
Cigar Girl
George Skillman
Cuban Soldier
Harry Sulkin
Gentleman of Havana
Ted Sullivan
Employee of Bambito
Harold Watson
Gentleman of Havana
Mabel Weeks
a Cigarette girl
Jack Wellekens
Bombito's Clerk
Arthur Whitman
Cuban Soldier
Hazel Williams
Cigar Girl
music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Adrian Ross and George Arthurs
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
'Tis Noon of Tropic Day Chorus
The Yacht Pepita, Lolita, Tita, Senator Bombito Del Campo, Hilario and Alejandro
My Husband Anita
I'm a Cuban Girl Consuelo
Hello People Don Adolpho
I'm a Cuban Girl Chorus
Hello People Newspaper Girlies
The Girl with the Yellow Roses
ACT 2 Sung By
The Sun is Down and Over the Town Diego de la Concha
Zara Diego de la Concha
My (Little) Deutscher Girl (My Little Deitscher Girl)
(music by Frank Leonard; lyrics by Frank Leonard)
Samuel Nix and Chorus
On the Shores of Sheepshead Bay Samuel Nix and Anita
Cupid's Telephone Don Adolpho and Newspaper Girlies
Welcome to the Lovely Bride to Be
ACT 3 Sung By
Way Down in Pensacola
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
DePeyster Jackson, Gladys and Chorus
How Did the Little Bird Know That? Samuel Nix and Senora Donna Junenez
Would You Like to Motor with Mater? Don Adolpho, Anita, Newspaper Girlies and Escorts