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The Auto Race    a Musical Melange and Spectacle, including a Novelty Circus and a Ballet

This production was composed of the following shows:

Hippodrome Theatre, (11/25/1907 - 5/23/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 25, 1907    
Closing Date: May 23, 1908 Total Performances: 312

Category: Musical, Ballet, Circus, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: Renamed Lady Gay's Garden Party by February 1908


The Auto Race

Category: Musical, Ballet, Circus, Spectacle, Original, Broadway

Setting: Lady Gay Spanker's Mansion and Estate

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and G. M. Anderson
Music composed and directed by Manuel Klein; Story and lyrics by Edward P. Temple
Arranged and staged by Edward P. Temple; Dances arranged by Vincenzo Romeo
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin; Costume Design by Frances Ziebarth; 'The Four Seasons' Ballet costumes by Alfredo Edel
Cast
William H. Clark
Mr. William Worthington
Lady Gay's father
Edwin A. Clarke
Mr. Dick Spanker
her husband
J. Parker Coombs
Sergeant Ruggles
Mounted Squad
Rose La Harte
Mrs. Gay Spanker
known as 'Lady Gay'
Marceline
Tony
The Head Waiter
John G. Sparks
Sergeant O'Rafferty
Foot Patrol
Margaret Townshend
The Ice Maiden
in The Four Seasons ballet
James R. Adams
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Abe Aronson
Acrobatic Waiter
James Balno
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Sam Barker
Singing Waiter
L. Blumenthal
Singing Waiter
The Six Bonsettis
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
Leo Brunswick
Acrobatic Waiter
J. Carrol
Singing Waiter
The Five Cliftons
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
H.S. Cluett
Singing Waiter
H. Dale
Singing Waiter
Otto Fenn
Acrobatic Waiter
Marie Louise Gribbin
Miss Virginia Carter
Lady Gay's cousin
The Seven Grunathos
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
Hagenbeck's Troupe of 12 Performing Elephants
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
Frank Hanson
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Nat W. Harris
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Daisy Hodgini
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
George Holland
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
The Mirza Golem Troupe of Persian Gymnasts and Acrobats
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
John Norman
Mr. Arthur Fitz Wilkins
fiance of Virginia
Marcel and Rene Philippart
Specialty act
in Novelty Circus
Clyde Powers
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Charles Ravel
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
Angelo Romeo
Acrobatic Waiter
Clown
in Novelty Circus
H. Shaw
Acrobatic Waiter
D. Sheehan
Singing Waiter
E. Vary
Singing Waiter
J. Warren
Singing Waiter

The Battle of Port Arthur

Category: Musical, History, Spectacle, Original, Broadway

Setting: At Port Arthur

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and G. M. Anderson
Book by Owen Davis; Music composed and directed by Manuel Klein
Arranged and staged by Edward P. Temple
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin
Cast
J. Parker Coombs
Colonel Ostag
of the Russian Army
William R Hawley
Captain Tonkoka
of the Japanese Army, arrested as a spy
James R. Adams
Chigi
Japanese Secret Agent
A. Barbara
Olaf
an old peasant
Sam Barker
Captain Garabedioff
Aide to Colonel Ostag
C. Caldron
Barnsky
of the Prison Guard
H. Dale
Major Yamoko
Miss M. England
Tatiana
A Soldier's Wife
John Fleming
Mounted Aide
Russian Army
Nat Harris
Wounded Soldier
Russian Army
H. Mansfield
Picket
Russian Army
Miss E. McKenzie
Riuka
Daughter of Colonel Ochigi and in love w/ Tonkoka
W. C. Moore
Lyoff
a Drunken soldier
Charles Ravel
Okopa
Charlotte Weir
Garasun
an Old Peasant
W. Williams
Mounted Messenger
Russian Army
music by Manuel Klein; lyrics by Manuel Klein and Edward P. Temple
ACT 1 Sung By
Riding in a Motor Car Mrs. Gay Spanker
Sweet is the Perfume of Summer Flowers Miss Virginia Carter
Those Days Gone By Mr. William Worthington
Starlight Maid Mr. Dick Spanker
ACT 2 Sung By
The Four Seasons Ensemble