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Miss Pocahontas   

Lyric Theatre, (10/28/1907 - 11/09/1907)
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Opening Date: Oct 28, 1907    
Closing Date: Nov 09, 1907 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Jamestown; a more or less primeval Forest; a Made-to-Order City in Modern Somewhere


Production Staff
Produced by R. L. Giffen
Music by Dan J. Sullivan, Augustus Barratt and Carl Willimore; Book by R. A. Barnet and R. Melville Baker; Lyrics by R. Melville Baker; Music orchestrated by Albert M. Kanrich; Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry H. Luther
Staged by R. A. Barnet
Cast
Harold Crane
Soan-Ge-Ta-Ha
Blanche Deyo
Jane Rolfe
Marie Dupuis
Pocahontas
George Fox
John Rolfe
Walter Jones
Captain John Smith
George Le Soir
Pow-Ha-Tan
Anna McNabb
Kee-Kee-Kee-Wan-Da-See
Neil McNeil
Mighty Medicine Man
The Nichols Sisters
Black Face Specialty
Lester Allen
Bridegroom
Loraine Bernard
O-Pee-Chee
Messenger Boy
Gladys Eagan
Ne-Ne-Moo-Sha
Daniel Hall
Contractor McLaughlin
L. N. Lawson
Man-Who-Soaked-Father
Jean Millar
Splinter-in-his-Foot
John O'Hanlon
Not Afraid of-a-Lunch
John Peachey
Freckled-Thunder-Cloud
Nathan Rees

J. E. Scott
Deep-Voice-in-His Chest
Marie Terry
Questiona Plim
C. Vandiver
Panting-Pants-of-the-Panther
Emilie Wellington
Shaw-Shaw
Violet Zell
Wah-Wah-Tay-See
Bride
music by Dan J. Sullivan, Augustus Barratt and Carl Willimore; lyrics by R. Melville Baker
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
If Things Were Only Different Captain John Smith
Up, Up, Help a Fellow Up Jane Rolfe
Every Little Bit Captain John Smith, Mighty Medicine Man, Pow-Ha-Tan and Kee-Kee-Kee-Wan-Da-See
What Remarkable Things Captain John Smith, Mighty Medicine Man, Pow-Ha-Tan and Kee-Kee-Kee-Wan-Da-See
ACT 2 Sung By
Twang of My Rusty Bow
(lyrics by Harry H. Luther)
Soan-Ge-Ta-Ha
A Papoose Lullaby (Mama, Do Not Leave Your Papoose)
Won't You Say Yes (to Me)? Pocahontas and Male Octet
In a Dory
(lyrics by Harry H. Luther)
   
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