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My Lady   

Victoria Theatre, (2/11/1901 - 5/04/1901)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Feb 11, 1901    
Closing Date: May 04, 1901 Total Performances: 93

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris and Calais


Production Staff
Produced by A.H. Chamberlyn
Book by R. A. Barnet; Lyrics by R. A. Barnet; A burlesque of "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas, père; Music by Harry Lawson Heartz; Additional numbers by Clifton Crawford, D. K. Stevens, Edward W. Corliss and Robert G. Morse; Musical Director: Paul Schindler
Staged by Will A. McCormick; Choreographed by M. B. Gilbert
Scenic Design by William Gill; Costume Design by M. Sullivan, Boston and Dazian
Cast
Alexia Bassian
Fanchonette
Frances Belmont
Juliquet
J.H. Boyle
Bicarat
Tom Browne
Messenger Boy
Specialty
Florence Carlisle
Captain Francois
Leonora Carlisle
Cecile
Pauline Chase
Marie
Specialty
Gilbert Clayton
Ah-Those
Clifton Crawford
Arrah-Miss
Czarina
Specialty
Isabelle D'Armand
Mabelle
C. Day
Dernajoux
Gilbert De Voy
Cahuzac
Lotta Faust
George Villiers
Lillian Green
Raoul d'Artagnan
Gilbert Gregory
Pork-House
Ethel Grey
Jeanne
Violet Hollis
Anne of Austria
Jessie Jordan
Mamette
Tessie Mooney
Specialty
Annette
Ethel Moore
De Jussac
A. J. Morris
A Feeble Old Citizen of Calais
Arthur Nelstone
Henri de Rochefort
Specialty
Natalie Olcott
Captain Roche
Merri Osborne
Clearice, Countess de Winter, "Miladi"
Mlle. Proto
Mignonette
Specialty
Charles J. Ross
Cardinal Richelieu
Minner Rudolph
Bellette
G. H. Stevens
Henri
Laura Stone
Hortense
Carle Stowe
Louis XIII
Eva Tanguay
Gabrielle du Chalus
Olive Ulrich
Mimette
Dean Wilkie
Manette
G. H. Williams
Aubonn
music by Harry Lawson Heartz; lyrics by R. A. Barnet
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
A Soldier's Life is a Game of Strife Soldiers and Maidens
He's a Military 'Beaut'! Henri de Rochefort and Gabrielle du Chalus
Maids in Waiting Maids' Chorus
O'er the Sea of Dreamland Sky Anne of Austria
Ma Chere Paris Raoul d'Artagnan and Clearice, Countess de Winter, "Miladi"
The Three Musketeers Ah-Those, Pork-House, Arrah-Miss and Chorus
(My) Bobby and I Raoul d'Artagnan
Richelieu Cardinal Richelieu and Chorus
Before another act's recess Principals and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
The Good Old Days Gabrielle du Chalus, Maids-in-Waiting and Chorus
The Idol of the Day Raoul d'Artagnan, Ah-Those, Pork-House and Arrah-Miss
On the Wrong Quay Cardinal Richelieu, Henri de Rochefort and Clearice, Countess de Winter, "Miladi"
One for All, All for One!
(music by Edward W. Corliss; lyrics by Edward W. Corliss)
Raoul d'Artagnan, Anne of Austria and Chorus
Such Good Little Girls Maids-in-Waiting
Miladi!
(music by Edward W. Corliss; lyrics by Edward W. Corliss)
Raoul d'Artagnan and Chorus
When the win is no' no' ee' Principals and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
When Maggie Dooley Scrubs the Floor Clearice, Countess de Winter, "Miladi" and Chorus
I Told You So Cardinal Richelieu, Henri de Rochefort, Ah-Those, Pork-House, Arrah-Miss, Clearice, Countess de Winter, "Miladi", Anne of Austria and Specialty
My Heart Is Ever True
(music by D. K. Stevens; lyrics by D. K. Stevens)
Raoul d'Artagnan
Come Let Us Dance- Part I (Pas de Fleur Ballet)
(music by D. K. Stevens; lyrics by D. K. Stevens)
Chorus
Part II (Pas de Fleur Ballet)
(lyrics by Harry Lawson Heartz)
Chorus
Part III (Pas de Fleur Ballet)
(music by Robert G. Morse; lyrics by Robert G. Morse)
Chorus
Finale- Part IV (Pas de Fleur Ballet)
(music by Robert G. Morse; lyrics by Robert G. Morse)
Chorus
And That's What He Taught Me to Do Gabrielle du Chalus
After the Fancy Ball
The Sword Song
Simple Little Sister Mary Green
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Arrah-Miss
Our Land of Dreams
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Arrah-Miss
Automobile Song
   
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