MusicalFantasy Farce SpectacleOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Dec 26, 1904
Closing Date
Jan 28, 1905
MusicalFantasy Farce SpectacleOriginalBroadway


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West End Theatre
(Dec 26, 1904 - Dec 31, 1904)
American Theatre
(Jan 16, 1905 - Jan 28, 1905)

A musical in three acts

Seattle, a yacht en route to the Klondyke, and Dawson City

Produced by Jules Hurtig and Harry Seamon
Book by Willard Holcomb; Music by Max Hoffman, Sr.; Lyrics by Vincent Bryan; Musical Director: Will Scheffler
Directed by Jules Hurtig; Choreographed by Gertrude Hoffman
Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
U. Kahn
Seattle Sal
Costa Rolla
Marjory Gold
Dusty Dawson
Con. Conn
Willie Rolla
Dallas Texas
Alta California
Fort Issimo
Silka Sam
Augusta Georgia
Victoria Columbia
Red Flagg
Hon. Hiram Rolla
All Egro
Winnie Pegg
Adelaide Australia
Lord Storm
Della Ware
Siwash Pete
Bill Brakes
Klondyke Charley
Cissy Butte
Sassy Butte
Helena Montana
Pian Issimo
Vera Hartburn
Toronto Ontario
Mode Rato
music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by Vincent Bryan
Act 1
Sung By
All Aboard
Entire Chorus
The Self-Made Man
Costa Rolla, Marjory Gold, Willie Rolla and Hon. Hiram Rolla
The Worst Woman on the Stage
Vera Hartburn
Good Night, Evangeline
Seattle Sal, U. Kahn, Dusty Dawson and Con. Conn
Henry Dinkelspiel
Willie Rolla, Costa Rolla and Marjory Gold
The Football Girls
U. Kahn, Dusty Dawson, Con. Conn, Seattle Sal, Costa Rolla, Marjory Gold and Entire Company
Act 2
Sung By
Over the Moonlit Sea
Vera Hartburn and Willie Rolla
Aber Nit
U. Kahn, Dusty Dawson and Con. Conn
My Bonita Conchita
Seattle Sal and Chorus
The Professor and His Pupil
U. Kahn and Dusty Dawson
Song of Nations
Costa Rolla, Seattle Sal, Vera Hartburn, U. Kahn, Dusty Dawson, Con. Conn and Entire Company
Act 3
Sung By
In (the) Dear Old Fatherland
Willie Rolla and Company
Harry, Harry, (Won't You Marry Me?)
Seattle Sal and Chorus
My Yukon Belle
Costa Rolla

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