MusicalRomanceOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 07, 1917
Closing Date
Nov 17, 1917
Performances
14
MusicalRomanceOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
Casino Theatre
(Nov 07, 1917 - Nov 17, 1917)

Description
A musical in three acts

Setting
Prideaux Hall and Lord Verney's lodgings

Book by Otto Hauerbach; Music by Rudolf Friml; Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach; Based on the play "Sweet Kitty Bellairs" by David Belasco; based on the novel by Edgerton Castle; Musical Director: William P. Axt
Staged by Edward Royce
Scenic Design by Theodore Reisig; Costume Design by Harry Collins; Miss Nielsen's gowns by Mme. Julie
Ensemble
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Mallow
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Colonel Kimby McFinton
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Lady Bab Flyte
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Captain Dennis O'Hara
Lady Julia Standish
Lady Beaufort
Lieutenant Lord Verney
Ensemble
Sir Jasper Standish
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Kitty Bellairs
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Colonel the Honorable Henry Villiers
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Captain Spicer
music by Rudolf Friml; lyrics by Otto Harbach
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Dear Bath
Ensemble
My Father's Sword
Lieutenant Lord Verney, Colonel the Honorable Henry Villiers and Officers
Kitty Darlin'
Captain Dennis O'Hara and Ensemble
Love's Own Call
Kitty Bellairs and Ensemble
Am I to Blame?
Captain Spicer, Sir Jasper Standish and Kitty Bellairs
You're Plenty of a Lady as You Are
Lydie and Mallow
You'll See
Kitty Bellairs, Lady Julia Standish and Ladies
When She Gives Him a Shamrock Bloom
Kitty Bellairs and Ensemble
Act 2
Sung By
Kitty Darlin' (Reprise)
Lieutenant Lord Verney
Noah
(lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Colonel the Honorable Henry Villiers and Officers
Peggy's Leg
(lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Officers
Just We Two
Lieutenant Lord Verney and Kitty Bellairs
Act 3
Sung By
The Ball of the Fifty-First
Ensemble
Spread the News
Lady Bab Flyte and Ladies
Dear Old Dublin
(lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Captain Dennis O'Hara, Colonel Kimby McFinton and Officers
I Want a Man Who's Gentle
Lady Bab Flyte, Captain Spicer, Sir Jasper Standish and Ensemble
'Twas Pretense
Kitty Bellairs, Lieutenant Lord Verney and Ensemble
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