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Paris By Night   

Madison Square Roof Garden, (7/02/1904 - 8/13/1904)
Murray Hill Theatre, (8/28/1905 - circa. 9/1905)
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Opening Date: Jul 02, 1904    
Closing Date: Sep 1905 Total Performances: 59

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: The Garden Cafe of the Hotel Bon Bon in Paris, France

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph M. Weber and Rush
Book by Harry B. Marshall; Musical Director: Robert W. Edwards; Music by Alfred Solman; Lyrics by Harry B. Marshall; Additional music by Robert W. Edwards, Harry B. Marshall, Linda Bloodgood, Egbert Van Alstyne, Joseph Nathan, Harry Von Tilzer, Harry Armstrong and Julius Adler; Featuring songs with lyrics by John E. Hazzard, Estella Acres, Harry Williams, Joan Haden, Andrew B. Sterling and James Morrison
Staged by Sol Fields
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Bertha Dowling
Naomi Arnold
Evaline Madison
Sylvia Beecher
Marguerita Hottomoleo
Adrian Bellvue
Mons. Roulette
Grace Bond
Mlle. Danbere
Mabelle Bonner
Mlle. Pierrot
Hugh Cameron
Steve Hickey
Julia Cook
Mlle. La Miro
Julia Curtis
Mlle. Yvette
Alberta Davis
Mlle. Vigneau
Fleurette De Mar
Cissy Footlytes
Bertha Dowling
Helene Drew
Lotta Amsterdam
Louise Egener
Mlle. Susette
Minnie Egener
Mlle. DuBarry
Frank C. Evans
Mons. Le Blanc
George Fields
Linnet Fiske
Lillian Knickerbocker
Edyth Forrest
Anna Manhattan
Cassius Freeborn
J. Jeffries Fitzcorbett
May Guyer
Mlle. La Purrell
Toma Hanlon
Magnolia Goldstein
Madge Lawrence
Mme. Bon Bon
Frank McCullough
Mons. Germaine
Margaret Messinger
Virginia Casino
George H. Nagel
Mons. Pallaten
W. R. Paschel
Mons. La Pierre
Purnell Pratt
Harold Vere de Vere Cushman
Charles Robinson

Ceretta Ross
Mlle. Adelaide
Mae Sheridan
Mazie Sharp
Edgar Temple
Richard Congood
Henry Vogel
Orlof Sleuthski
Edith Warren
Mlle. Marie
Ben Welch
Isaac Goldstein
Maude Wynne
Florence Victoria
music by Alfred Solman; lyrics by Harry B. Marshall
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
In Gay Paree
(music by Robert W. Edwards)
Maudie Mme. Bon Bon and Chorus
Waltz, Waltz, Waltz
(music by Linda Bloodgood; lyrics by John E. Hazzard)
Cissy Footlytes, Magnolia Goldstein, Orlof Sleuthski, Isaac Goldstein and Chorus
Dear Old Broadway
(music by Harry B. Marshall)
Richard Congood and Chorus
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Cissy Footlytes and Chorus
In Sweet Love Land
(lyrics by Joan Haden)
Richard Congood and Chorus
The Convival Girl
(music by Robert W. Edwards)
Cissy Footlytes
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
(music by Robert W. Edwards and Alfred Solman)
Marguerita Hottomoleo and Chorus
The Convival Girl
(music by Robert W. Edwards)
Magnolia Goldstein, Orlof Sleuthski and Isaac Goldstein
Sweet Rose of Mexico Mme. Bon Bon
I Loves You, Lady, 'Deed I Do
(music by Joseph Nathan; lyrics by Joseph Nathan)
Mme. Bon Bon, Cissy Footlytes, Marguerita Hottomoleo, Orlof Sleuthski, Isaac Goldstein and Harold Vere de Vere Cushman
Paris By Night
(music by Robert W. Edwards)
ACT 2 Sung By
The Boulevardiers
(music by Harry B. Marshall)
Turn Those Eyes Away
(lyrics by Estella Acres)
Richard Congood
Louise Schmidt
(music by Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling)
Orlof Sleuthski and Chorus
Follow the Crowd (on a Sunday)
(music by Harry Armstrong; lyrics by James Morrison)
Marguerita Hottomoleo and Chorus
The Girl with the Changeable Eyes
(lyrics by Estella Acres)
Magnolia Goldstein
That Horrid Mosquito Mme. Bon Bon and Chorus
The U.S. Volunteers
(music by Julius Adler)
Magnolia Goldstein and Chorus