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Peggy from Paris   

Wallack's Theatre, (9/10/1903 - 11/21/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 10, 1903    
Closing Date: Nov 21, 1903 Total Performances: 85

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and two acts
Setting: Hickory Creek and Chicago, Illinois


Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Book by George Ade; Music by William Lorraine; Lyrics by George Ade; Featuring songs with lyrics by Harry B. Marshall
Staged by George Marion
Scenic Design by Walter Burridge and Edward La Moss
Cast
Dan Baker
Walt Quackenbush
M. Hommard
Guelma L. Baker
Lutie Plummer
George A. Beane
Montague Fish
Harry Benham
Lem Harvey
Chorus
George F. Bennett
Dickey Drexel
Georgia Caine
Peggy Plummer
Cyril Chadwick
Chorus
Blanche Collette
Chorus
Arthur Deagon
Reginald Hickey
Goodwal Dickerman
Hon Japez Flanders
Olga Fredericks
Chorus
Blanche Gilson
Mrs. Tuft-Hunter
Alice Hageman
Mrs. Montague Fish
Helen Hale
Lilly Ann Lynch
Olivette Haynes
Tessie Higgins
Chorus
Louise Jansen
Chorus
Carolyn Lilja
Chorus
Anita Marik
Chorus
Paul Nicholson
Cicero J. Grampis
E.H. O'Connor
M. Folies-Bergere
Jim Peasley
John P. Park
Alexander Nerveen
Esta Reed
Mrs. Homer Ketcham
Chorus
George Richards
Captain Alonzo Plummer
Josie Sadler
Sophie Blatz
music by William Lorraine; lyrics by George Ade
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Happy, Happy Illinois
Highfalutin Music
Old Fashioned Songs
The (Regular) Limited Train
We Are the Principals Chorus
(We're True to the) College Days
Art
(My) Emmaleen
The Girl Who Comes in From the West
Welcome
Gay Fleurette
ACT 2 Sung By
When He's Not Near
The Little Tip
Chappies' Song
Autograph Girls' Song
Henny Sophie Blatz
Henny
(My) Emmaleen
Here's Happy Days to You Ensemble
Come Little Chic
Imported, Yes We Are
Lil, I Like You
I Left My Heart in Dixie
(lyrics by Harry B. Marshall)