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Miss Manhattan   

Wallack's Theatre, (3/23/1897 - Closing date unknown)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 23, 1897    
Closing Date: Closing date unknown Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Dream, in Three Acts

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Theodore Moss
Produced by Thomas D. Van Osten
Book by George V. Hobart; Music by F. Puehringer and Herman Perlet
Directed by Max Freeman
F. Anderson
a waiter
W. Ward Beam
Captain Snapman
May Stevens Boyesen
Maggie Fitzsimmons
the champion housemaid
Paul B. Brackett
Conway Leighlow
Helen Byron
Hattie Harlem
Marjorie's friend
William Cameron
'Chollie' Knickerbocker
F.D. Carr
Irving Playce
James Clarenz
M.E. Phisto
Lillie Collins
Bessie Broadway
Regina Collins
Clara Clinton
Reuben Fax
'Father' Nicholas Knickerbocker
Adele Francis
Miss Span-Wrestler
Maud Francis
Lieutenant Shol Der Strap
in charge of Squadron A
Mamie Gilroy
Marjorie Manhattan
Al Holbrook
Ephraim Washington Hytes
John Keefe
Greene S. Grass
an old friend
Maud Le Roy
Second Lieutenant Una Forme
in charge of Squadron A
Master McTernan
A.B. Ummell
Inez Mecusker
Grace Goulet-Reims
a Prince of the Arions
Frankie Peterson
Anna Geld
Grace Pierrepont
Lillian Rustling
Andrew Powers
DeWolf Stopper
James Powers
Chauncey De Peach
William Powers
Senator Plattsee
Genevieve Reynolds
Mrs. Vanastorgool
Marjorie's aunt
Elmer T. Ritchie
Kuttynge Kornes
Budd Ross
a bootblack
Everett Rest
a weary one
H.G. Vernon
Bun Kojames
Estelle Vincent
Miss Krewgle Krewgle
Harry Watson
another bootblack
Patrolman Pynche
an official
Helen Welch
Captain Ep. Paulet
in charge of Squadron A
John Young
Dodge Kay-Belkars