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Mama's Baby Boy   

Broadway Theatre, (5/25/1912 - 6/01/1912)
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Opening Date: May 25, 1912    
Closing Date: Jun 01, 1912 Total Performances: 9

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The West's Bungalow at Huntington, Long Island.


Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Music by Hans S. Linne; Additional numbers by Will H. Becker; Book adapted by Junie McCree; Lyrics by Junie McCree; Based on the comedy "Mrs. Black is Back" by George V. Hobart; Musical Director: Hans S. Linne
Staged by George W. Lederer; Choreographed by Julian Alfred
Scenic Design by William Castle and D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Lederer's Costume Department
Cast
Bobby Barry
Jack North
Albert Hart
Professor Ivory
Will J. Kennedy
Spaff Hyman
Anna Laughlin
Celia West
Junie McCree
Lawrence McManus
Arthur McWatters
Fred West
Louise Mink
Carrie Beverly
Sallie Stembler
Ann
the cook
Grace Tyson
Helen West
Frances Alaine
Little Fawn
Katheryn Beach
Athletic girl
Fannie Bradshaw
Little Fawn
Mittie Bright
Little Fawn
Alice Clifford
Little Fawn
Marjorie Cogan
Little Fawn
Martha Dean
Athletic girl
Vera DeFord
Little Fawn
Edna Ford
Little Fawn
Lethia Gray
Athletic girl
Nettie Hamilton
Little Fawn
Lea LeLand
Athletic girl
Millie Lorraine
Little Fawn
Helen Luchs
Little Fawn
Rita Mason
Little Fawn
Cecile Mayo
Athletic girl
Minnie Monroe
Athletic girl
Lew Page
Little Fawn
Miriam Sanford
Little Fawn
Anna Sayce
Little Fawn
Betty Scott
Athletic girl
Cissie Shatten
Little Fawn
Margaret Taylor
Little Fawn
Billie West
Athletic girl
music by Hans S. Linne; lyrics by Junie McCree
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Capital H Celia West, Carrie Beverly and Fred West
White Lies, Black Lies Fred West and Helen West
The White Man's Hope Professor Ivory
Time Has Changed So Many Customs in the Last Decade Celia West
ACT 2 Sung By
Ceceilia
(music by Will H. Becker)
Celia West and Fred West
Lonegan Ann, Lawrence McManus and Spaff Hyman
The Kitchen Cabaret Special Guests
Demonstration Number Professor Ivory and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
If the Man in the Moon Would Only Speak
(music by Will H. Becker)
Celia West, Carrie Beverly, Ann, Professor Ivory, Lawrence McManus and Spaff Hyman
Hysterical Tune Helen West and Fred West
Every Coon Professor Ivory