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Mam'selle Napoleon   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (12/08/1903 - 1/16/1904)
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Opening Date: Dec 08, 1903    
Closing Date: Jan 16, 1904 Total Performances: 43

Category: Musical, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Comedie Francaise, in 1803, the Lake at the Chateau de Compiegne, the Grand Opera House in Paris in 1809, the wood at Dauphine, and the ambush at the mill


Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Gustav Luders; Based on the French original by Jean Richepin; Book adapted by Joseph W. Herbert; Lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert; Musical Director: Herman Perlet
Directed by Joseph W. Herbert
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert
Cast
Elsie Baird
Mlle. Contat
Karl Becca
An Old Financier
Henry Bergman
Fouche Duc D'Otrante
Harry M. Blake
Talma
Constant
Reginald Carrington
Choupille
Mathilde Cottrelly
Mme. Phillipard
J. S. Dunlevy
Roustan
Franz Ebert
Ecrevisse
Edna Goodrich
Mme. Recamier
Edward Gore
David
Anna Held
Mademoiselle Mars
Joseph W. Herbert
Miche
Robert Hickman
Le Marechal Le Febvre
The Marquis d'Estizac
Arthur Lawrence
Napoleon
Bessie McCoy
Dancer
Nellie McCoy
Dancer
Frank Moulan
Flute
Edythe Moyer
Madame Sans-Gene
J. S. Northern
Joachim Murat
Billie Norton
Flora
Fletcher Norton
The Abbe Delille
Adelaide Orton
Mlle. Raucourt
Sim Pulen
The Marechal Ney
Alfred Pyke
A Young Elegant
Nina Randall
Duchess d'Abrante
Frank Rushworth
Noel Gilot
Max Sharpe
The Emperor of Russia
Howard Stevens
The Emperor of Austria
E. A. Tester
Commissaire of Police
Francklyn Wallace
Ducis
Richard Wallace
The Viscount Maureiul
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert
ACT 1 Sung By
The Stage and Fashion Hand in Hand Chorus
Life Is Not an Airy Bubble Miche
Hit Enormous Chorus
The Language of Love Mademoiselle Mars
Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Laces Mademoiselle Mars, Flora, Mme. Phillipard, Noel Gilot and Choupille
The Cockatoo and the Chimpanzee Mademoiselle Mars
I Love You Then as Now Mademoiselle Mars and Noel Gilot
The Art of Stimulation/Queen of the Comedie Francaise Mademoiselle Mars and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Nymphs and Satyr Fantasia Mythologique
Too-Whoo Mme. Phillipard, Miche and Flute
Le Lion et la Souris Mademoiselle Mars
ACT 3 Sung By
Long Live Folly Chorus
The Brave Soldier Boy Military Girls, Joachim Murat and Talma
Out with the Boys Miche and Ensemble
The Rigodon Ensemble
The a la Mode Girl Mademoiselle Mars and Ensemble
The Two Dolls and the Glory of France Mademoiselle Mars and Ensemble
The Song of the Grenadier Noel Gilot and Grenadiers
On to Paris Ensemble