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Ruggles of Red Gap   

Fulton Theatre, (12/25/1915 - 1/22/1916)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 25, 1915    
Closing Date: Jan 22, 1916 Total Performances: 33

Category: Play, Comedy, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in four acts
Setting: Paris and Red Gap

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Written by Harrison Rhodes; Music by Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics by Harold Atteridge; Based on a story by Harry Leon Wilson
Staged by J. H. Benrimo
Costume Design by The Shubert Costuming Company
Louis Arno
Mr. Henry P. Hartman
Kitty Berg
A Girl Helper
Viola Bowers
Miss Beryl Mae Watson
James Boyle
Ed Perkins
Frederick Burton
Mr. Egbert Floud
Louise Closser Hale
Mrs. Floud
Adelaide Cumming
Mrs. Judge Ballard
Lucile Dalberg
Mrs. Charles Belknap-Jackson
Philip Dunning
Marion Fuller
Mrs. Henry P. Hartman
Francis Gaillard
A Cabman
Billy Groves
First French Soldier
John Hamilton
Proprietor of Booth
Minnie Hart
Girl Selling Songs
Ray Hartley
A Girl Helper
George Hassell
The Honorable George Van-Baseingwell
Alma Hawly
A Messenger from Cravat Dealer's
Ralph Herz
Alfred Ruggles
Jobyna Howland
Mrs. Kenner
Irving Jackson
Messenger from High-Life Tailor
John Kelly
Waiter at Hotel Castiglione
Dickie Kendall
A Messenger from the Shirtmaker's
Harriet Kneitel
Street Singer
Arthur Laceby
The Earl of Brinstead
James C. Malaidy
Senator James Knox Floud
Leslie Marion
Mrs. Elmer J. Brown
Austin Miller
Post Card Seller
Harold Nelson
Hat Boy at the United States Grill
Grace Newton
Mrs. Dawson
Caroline Oden
Miss Frances Coolbrith
Frederick Osborne
Manager of Hotel Castiglione
Homer Potts
Second French Soldier
Lynn Pratt
Mr. Charles Belknap-Jackson
Jessie Ralph
Mrs. Pettingill
Adrian Rosely
Waiter at "Au Rendezvous des Cochers Fideles"
Fred W. Strong
Jeff Tuttle
Gus Verace
A Barber
Marie Vernon
Flower Girl
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