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Her Regiment   

Broadhurst Theatre, (11/12/1917 - circa. 12/1917)
Knickerbocker Theatre, (12/10/1917 - 12/29/1917)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 12, 1917    
Closing Date: Dec 29, 1917 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original
Description: An operetta in three acts
Setting: A French military encampment in Normandy, June 1914


Production Staff
Produced by Joe Weber
Book by William Le Baron; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by William Le Baron; Musical Director: Fritz Stahlberg
Staged by Fred G. Latham
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and William Castle; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company and Croyden, Ltd.
Cast
G. Arnold
Chorus
George Averill
Carabine
Chorus
George Avery
Chorus
Harry Bostock
Chorus
Donald Brian
Andre de Courcy
Norma Brown
Jeanette
Lionel Chalmers
Chorus
Hugh Chilvers
Colonel Ponstable
Phyllis Curl
Chorus
Mina Davis
Chorus
Norma Day
Chorus
Betty Diggott
Chorus
Clara Eckstrom
Chorus
Paulina French
Madame Guerriere
Beryl Gwynne
Chorus
Charles Hessong
Chorus
Josie Intropodi
Lisette Berlier
Sidney Jarvis
Eugene de Merriame
Florence Jay
Chorus
Arthur Kinney
Chorus
William J. Kline
Chorus
Elaine Landau
Chorus
Alice Leslie
Chorus
Frederick Mamatt
Sergeant Sabretache
Audrey Maple
Estelle Duvernay
Edyth Mason
Fifi
Alice Maurice
Chorus
Paul McShane
Chorus
Frank Meyers
Francois
Frank Moulan
Blanquet
Virginia O'Brien
Chorus
P. Scott Paton
Chorus
D. Peel
Chorus
J. Preslow
Chorus
Lillian Ring
Chorus
Benjamin Rogers
Chorus
Cissie Sewell
Georgette
August Shelthrope
Chorus
Jack Sparley
Chorus
Ethel Tennis
Chorus
Elizabeth Young
Chorus
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by William Le Baron
ACT 1 Sung By
You Never Can Tell How a Marriage Will Take Blanquet and Lisette Berlier
Oh, My! Andre de Courcy and Soldiers
Soldier Men Estelle Duvernay and Chorus
(A) Little Farm in Normandie Estelle Duvernay and Andre de Courcy
'Twixt Love and Duty Andre de Courcy and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
(The) American Serenade Estelle Duvernay and Chorus
Art (The Art Song) Eugene de Merriame and Girls
Some Day Estelle Duvernay and Andre de Courcy
ACT 3 Sung By
The Devil and the Deep Sea Blanquet, Lisette Berlier and Soldiers
Superlative Love Estelle Duvernay and Andre de Courcy
As the Years Roll By Blanquet
Vive la France! Andre de Courcy and Company