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Little Miss Charity   

Belmont Theatre, (9/02/1920 - 11/06/1920)
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Opening Date: Sep 02, 1920    
Closing Date: Nov 06, 1920 Total Performances: 77

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Exterior of Angel Butterfield's Country Home; Offices of the Butterfield Society.

Production Staff
Produced by Richard G. Herndon
Music by S. R. Henry and M. Savin; Book by Edward Clark; Lyrics by Edward Clark; Based on a farce by Edward Clark; Based on a short story by Edgar S. Franklin; Musical Director: Gus Salzer; Music orchestrated by M. Savin and Arthur Lange
Directed by Alfred Hickman and C.A. DeLima; Musical Staging by Sammy Lee
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company and Finchley
Grace Bonney
Helen Fleming
Juanita Fletcher
Angel Butterfield
Victoria Gardner
Marjorie Gateson
Amy Shirley
Amata Grassi
James Healy
Marcia Joy
Betty Mack
Charles Mansfield
Ruth Mansfield
Jere McAuliffe
Mortimer Gayling
Beth Meakins
Frank Moulan
"Fingers" Clay
Alias Rev. Dr. Clayton
Eddie Pierce
Mildred Quinn
Frederick Raymond
"Dickey" Foster
Alias J. Robert Fulton
Edna Shaw
Miss Wheeler
Lauretta Stanley
Jacques Stone
Henry Vincent
Bernard Wells
Woodruff Porter
Lillian White
Lucille Williams
music by M. Savin and S. R. Henry; lyrics by Edward Clark
ACT 1 Sung By
Little Miss Charity Applicants
That Certain Something Amy Shirley and "Fingers" Clay
Little Miss Charity (Reprise) "Dickey" Foster
Step Inside Angel Butterfield, Miss Wheeler and Girls
That Certain Something (Reprise) Angel Butterfield and Ensemble
Crinoline Girl Angel Butterfield, Miss Wheeler and Girls
I Think So, Too "Dickey" Foster, Angel Butterfield, Miss Wheeler, Mortimer Gayling and Woodruff Porter
Revenge Amy Shirley and "Fingers" Clay
ACT 2 Sung By
A Woman's Touch Angel Butterfield, Miss Wheeler, Amy Shirley and Ensemble
Eyes of Youth "Dickey" Foster, Angel Butterfield and Ensemble
Poor Workingman Amy Shirley, "Fingers" Clay and "Dickey" Foster
Angel Town "Dickey" Foster and Entire Company
When Loves Comes to Your Heart Angel Butterfield and "Dickey" Foster
When Loves Comes to Your Heart (Reprise)
Dance Me Around Amy Shirley and Ensemble