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It's Up To You John Henry   

Grand Opera House, (10/23/1905 - 10/28/1905)
West End Theatre, (12/18/1905 - 12/23/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 23, 1905    
Closing Date: Dec 23, 1905 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act 1: The Hotel Manhattan New York; Act 2: Dove's Nest Villa, Ruraldene, New Jersey; Act 3: Get-Off Junction on the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Production Staff
Produced by Frank Howe, Jr.
Book by George V. Hobart; Musical Director: A. Ellis
Produced under the Stage Direction of Richard F. Carroll
Anna Chance
Clara J.
"Peaches," who occupies the only furnished room in
Edward Gillespie
Bunch Jefferson
John's pal
Charles E. Grapewin
John Henry
Blanche Howard
Countess Natalie Delmonte Veccio
the real owner of Dove Nest Villa
Nat Kolb
Kid Dawson
of Vaudeville fame
Frederick Mower
Senator Peter Grant
John's Guardian
Kathryn Pearl
Alice Gray
the fiancee of John's friend Bunch
James Allen
William Gray
John's Admirer
Ruth Black
Flora Madura
who supplies John's "smokes"
C.D. Burnham
clerk at the Hotel Manhattan
Harry Crandall
Harmony Diggs
the "Sherlock" of Ruraldene
Myrtle Dale
Member of the Keep-Awake Club
Hugh H. Decker
Station Master of the C.R.R. of N.J.
John Dillon
the little furniture mover
the big furniture mover
Daisy Fair
Member of the Keep-Awake Club
Stella Hill
Member of the Keep-Awake Club
Victor Malley
Bono Bonoscari
John's pet aversion
Emma Morey
Jubilee Diggs
with social aspirations
Charles Morton
The Man Who Gets Up and Goes Out
Viginia Sanford
Member of the Keep-Awake Club
Arthur Saunders
the hotel porter
William Tammany
the bell boy
May Williams
Member of the Keep-Awake Club
Anne E. Winter
Mrs. Peter Grant
everybody's Aunt Martha

ACT 1 Sung By
An Old Time Song and Dance John Henry and Kid Dawson
Aristocratic Annie Clara J. and Girls of the Keep-Awake Club
Right in This Old Town John Henry
ACT 2 Sung By
Strolling Clara J. and John Henry
My Lonesome Louisiana Lady Clara J. and Chorus of Men
ACT 3 Sung By
The St. Cecelia Quartette Jubilee Diggs, Marietta, Countess Natalie Delmonte Veccio and Mrs. Peter Grant
A Christian Science Game of Pool John Henry