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His Honor the Mayor   

New York Theatre, (5/28/1906 - Closing date unknown)
Wallack's Theatre, (7/30/1906 - 8/25/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 28, 1906    
Closing Date: Aug 25, 1906 Total Performances: 104

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Courtyard of Hotel LaCarte, Paris; The Isle of Margitszeget; Ice Palace, Buda Pesth


Production Staff
Produced by Alfred E. Aarons
Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons; Additional music by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields; Book by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner; Additional lyrics by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields; Lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner
Staged by J. S. Murray
Cast
Marion Alexander
Chorus
Grace Andrews
Chorus
John Belton
Chorus
Rose Berg
Chorus
Ella Bernard
Chorus
Rose Bird
Chorus
W. W. Black
"Reddy" Samson
a cowboy
Leon Botsford
Chorus
Josef
waiter at LaCarte's Hotel
Julia Burns
Chorus
Jessie Cameron
Chorus
Jessie Carr
Chorus
Camille Darnton
Chorus
Lilly DeGrasse
Chorus
Nellie DeGrasse
Chorus
Arthur Earnest
"Jack" Thayer
Prebble's chum
E.R. Edwards
Chorus
Archie Falk
Chorus
Bessie Fennell
Chorus
Clarence Harvey
Hon. Teddy Todd
Mayor of Kankakee
Elizabeth Hawman
Chorus
Louise Hawman
Chorus
Mabel Hollins
Daisy
a milliner girl
Helen Howard
Chorus
Alice Keese
Chorus
Harry Kelly
Deacon Flood
May's father
Beatrice Liddell
Chorus
Lora Lieb
Marjorie Vayne
Mrs. Vayne's stepdaughter
Birdice MacLaughlin
Chorus
Eleanor Mansfield
Chorus
Eva Marlow
Chorus
Dorothy Marlowe
Chorus
Eva Marsh
Chorus
Kitty Marsh
Chorus
Madelyn Marshall
May Flood
Florence May
Chorus
Seppie McNeil
Chorus
Edward Melandy
Chorus
J. S. Murray
R. LaCarte
manager of LaCarte's Hotel
Anna Nelson
Chorus
Fletcher Norton
T. Chesterfield Prebble
an Anglicized native of Kankakee
Kitty Parks
Chorus
Hal Pearson
Chorus
Dauber Brush
Isobel Plunkett
Chorus
Carrie Poltz
Chorus
John H. Pratt
Captain Rudolph Zitzky
of the Royal Hungarian Hussars
Blanche Ring
Katrinka
Ada Robertson
Chorus
Charles Robinson
Chorus
Lois Tabor
Mrs. Vayne
a young widow
Catherine Tanner
Lieutenant Schnipp
of the Royal Hungarian Hussars
Chorus
Jessie Thompson
Chorus
Ocia Thompson
Chorus
Helen Turner
Chorus
E. E. Van Rensselaer
Solomon Syphonstein
a Parisian marriage-broker
Fred Walton
Chorus
Marion Whitney
Chorus
music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons; lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Flower Song Marjorie Vayne (Mrs. Vayne's stepdaughter)
The Dainty Milliners Daisy (a milliner girl) and Pony Ballet
The Little Girl from Illinois Daisy (a milliner girl) and Ponies
Come Take a Skate with Me
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by R.A. Browne)
Katrinka and R. LaCarte (manager of LaCarte's Hotel)
The Mayor of Kankakee Hon. Teddy Todd (Mayor of Kankakee) and Chorus
I'll Travel the Links with You Hon. Teddy Todd (Mayor of Kankakee) and Chorus
The Land You Left Behind Sextette
(She's All My Own) Mary Ann "Jack" Thayer (Prebble's chum) and Chorus
Call Around on Sunday Ponies
ACT 2 Sung By
Sweet Tokay Captain Rudolph Zitzky (of the Royal Hungarian Hussars) and Chorus
Military Willie T. Chesterfield Prebble (an Anglicized native of Kankakee) and Chorus
Magyar Maid Katrinka and Captain Rudolph Zitzky (of the Royal Hungarian Hussars)
A Little Girl Like Me Daisy (a milliner girl) and Chorus
Waltz Around Again, Willie ('Round-'Round-'Round)
(music by Ren Shields; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Daisy (a milliner girl)