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Miss Innocence   

New York Theatre, (9/27/1909 - 10/09/1909)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 27, 1909    
Closing Date: Oct 09, 1909 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Vienna, Paris, and others


Production Staff
Produced under the stage direction of Julian Mitchell; Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Music by Ludwig Englander; Musical Director: Frank Darling
Costume Design by Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert and John H. Young
Cast
Millie Baker
Angele
"Three Weeks with You"
Charles A. Bigelow
Ezra Pettingill
"the greatest detective in the world"
Lawrence D'Orsay
Captain, The Hon. Roland Fitzmaurice Montjoy
of the First Life Guards
Frances Farr
Claire
a school girl
Alice Hegeman
Miss Sniffins
Proprietor of the School for Innocence
Anna Held
Anna
Miss Innocence
Gene Luneska
Helen Legarde
a gay Parisienne
John Reinhard
Pierre de Brissac
Lieutenant in the French Navy
Lottie Vernon
Loulou
Jean Barnette
Maid
Ballet School
John Barry
"Three Weeks with You"
Rastignac
a student
Billy Birch
Spanish Dancer
School Girl
Railway Number
Ballet School
Marjorie Bonner
Railway Number
Ballet School
"Three Weeks with You"
Spanish Dancer
School Girl
John S. Brusch
O'Brien
an American athlete
Janet Burton
Fleurette
Gertrude Dale
Zolo
Peggy Dana
Maid
Ballet School
Elinor Dayne
"Three Weeks with You"
Diane
visitor
Daisy De Vere
Ballet School
Railway Number
School Girl
Mildred De Vere
School Girl
Railway Number
Ballet School
James Doyle
Claude
Corinne Drexel
Frances
Alfred Fairbrother
Ben Hassan
an Arab
"Three Weeks with You"
Bessie Fennell
Toto
Beatrice Gladstone
Clairette
Elise Hamilton
Railway Number
School Girl
Ballet School
Artist Model
Maurice Hegeman
The Marquis de Chabert
Dr. Charcot
May Hickey
"Three Weeks with You"
Marie
School Girl
Railway Number
Ballet School
Spanish Dancer
Harry Hoffmann
"Three Weeks with You"
Vonnie Hoyt
School Girl
Railway Number
Pepita
"Hindoo Honey" Girl
Ballet School
Violet Jewell
Eugenie
visitor
"Three Weeks with You"
Ballet School
Railway Number
Marie Lamar
Celestine
visitor
Dorothy Lancaster
Zaza
Marie Lavelle
Ballet School
Premiere Danseuse
School Girl
Alice Leslie
School Girl
Rita
"Hindoo Honey" Girl
Ballet School
Frances Leslie
Spanish Dancer
School Girl
Railway Number
Lorraine Leslie
Lolo
Lionel Lozier
Prince Yogama
a Japanese
Eunice MacKay
Maxine
"Three Weeks with You"
School Girl
Selma Mantell
"Three Weeks with You"
School Girl
Railway Number
Myrtle Marsh
Gabrielle
Virginia Marshall
Flore
visitor
Bird Millman
Ballet School
School Girl
Bessie Neil
Zuzu
Dudley Oatman
A Postman
Margaret ONeil
Sadie
Charles H. Page
Walker
an American
Mae Paul
Eve
visitor
William Powers
The Duke of Pomerania
Pierre Roudil
Albert
Maitre d'hotel
Alphonse
attendant at the Hotel de Boheme
Clifford Saum
"Three Weeks with You"
A Gendarme
Schmalz
a ballet master
Max Scheck
An American
Cheridah Simpson
Ballet School
School Girl
Edward A. Smith
Hobbes
a college boy
"Three Weeks with You"
Peter Swift
Bobo
a poor relation
Marion Thompson
Yvonne
School Girl
Alice Tyson
Carita
"Hindoo Honey" Girl
Jerome Van Norden
Sergeant
John A. Young
Count Maxime
"Three Weeks with You"
music by Ludwig Englander; lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (From the Ziegfeld Follies of 1909)
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Edward Madden)
Claire (a school girl) and School Girls
I'm Learning Something Every Day
(music by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth; lyrics by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth)
Anna (Miss Innocence)
(Oh! That) Yankiana Rag
(music by Melville Gideon; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Helen Legarde (a gay Parisienne) and Company
I Have Lost My Little Brown Bear
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson and Bob Cole; lyrics by Bob Cole)
Anna (Miss Innocence)
ACT 2 Sung By
I'm Crazy When the Band Begins to Play
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Helen Legarde (a gay Parisienne) and Ballet Girls
I Wonder What's the Matter with My Eyes
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Anna (Miss Innocence)
What Kind of a Wife to Choose (What Kind of a Wife Does a Man Like Best)
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Gus Edwards)
Pierre de Brissac (Lieutenant in the French Navy)
My Cousin Caruso
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Edward Madden)
Ezra Pettingill ("the greatest detective in the world")
We Two in an Aeroplane
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Anna (Miss Innocence) and Pierre de Brissac (Lieutenant in the French Navy)
I'm Not That Kind of Girl
(music by Nat D. Ayer; lyrics by A. Seymour Brown)
Miss Sniffins (Proprietor of the School for Innocence)
Three Weeks (with You) Ensemble