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Miss Jack   

Herald Square Theatre, (9/04/1911 - 9/16/1911)
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Opening Date: Sep 04, 1911    
Closing Date: Sep 16, 1911 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Any college town at the present time

Production Staff
Produced by Ben Sangor
Music by William Frederick Peters; Book by Mark E. Swan; Lyrics by Mark E. Swan; Musical Director: William Frederick Peters
Staged by Lewis Morton; Choreographed by Bothwell Browne
Costume Design by Bothwell Browne; Scenic Design by H. Robert Law
Rose Beaudet
Marcie Brook
Gladys Breston
Grace Pendleton
Bothwell Browne
Jack Hayward
Harry Browne
Julia Carle
Yvette Lascelles
James B. Carson
Otto Von Hertz
Kalene Carter
Alice Benton
Grace Conklin
Charlotte Corbett
Marietta Montgomery
Hazel Cox
Olive Brook
Billie Francis
Bessie McGregor
Edna Garrick
Nettie Hamilton
Nora Hamilton
Kathryn Hurst
Kitty Severance
Jonathan Keefe
Silas Bean
Bernice McCabe
May McCabe
Eudora Marshall
Annie Ray
Evelyn Raymond
Genevieve Castleton
Suzanne Rocamora
Nellie Trevor
Bessie Sessions
Dolores Mendoza
Carl Stall
Chucky Berton
Claire Tiegen
Inez Calthorpe
Olive Ulrich
Evelyn Stanley
Mabel VyVan
Carrie Watts
Helene Weimer
Billie Wilburn
Viola Williams
Nora Fitzgerald
Ernest F. Young
Bob Marshall
ACT 1 Sung By
If You Could Fancy Me Bob Marshall, Nellie Trevor and Girls
Visions of Love Evelyn Stanley and Girls
(Old) Deacon Pettigue Silas Bean and Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
This Is No Place for a Good Little Girl Nellie Trevor
The Fencing Girl Jack Hayward and Seminary Girls
The English Language Otto Von Hertz and Girls
Slumbertown Evelyn Stanley and Girls
ACT 3 Sung By
Good-Bye, Little Girl Olive Brook and Actresses
That's Peculiar, Isn't It? Very Bob Marshall and Girls
There Really Isn't Any More to Tell Nellie Trevor, Otto Von Hertz and Silas Bean
(Song of) The Skylark Evelyn Stanley
The Serpent of the Nile Jack Hayward