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The Cohan Revue of 1918   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (12/31/1917 - 3/23/1918)
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Opening Date: Dec 31, 1917    
Closing Date: Mar 23, 1918 Total Performances: 96

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts and 15 Scenes
Setting: In and around a theatre, a tailorshop and picture studio, Potash and Perlmutter's home, the music room, the slave market, the Winter Garden, Grant Mitchell's office, and the Red Cross Pavilion

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Klaw & Erlanger
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Book by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan and Irving Berlin; Lyrics by George M. Cohan and Irving Berlin; Music orchestrated by Frank Sadler; Musical Director: Charles J. Gebest
Staged by George M. Cohan; Musical Staging by Jack Mason, James Gorman and George M. Cohan
Ladies' costumes by Schneider-Anderson Company; Miss Bayes' hats and gowns designed by Lucile; Men's costumes by Eaves Costume Company; Men's modern clothes by Max Marx
Nora Bayes
Polly of the Follies
Madame Sand
Music Memory
Florence Reed
Jessica Brown
Bessie McCoy
The She Dancer
The Dancing Slave
Paul E. Burns
Charles Dow Clark
a manager
C. Bert Dunlop
Frank Tinney
John B. Dyllyn
The King's Attendant
Music Minister
Chu Chin Chow
Murry Evans
Frank Craven
Irving Fisher
the Hindoo
A Soldier Boy
Edward Gepp
Eleanor Henry
Tiger Rose
Miss Melody
Arthur Hill
A Regular Tiger
A Spanish Bull
Sydney Jarvis
Bill McDevlin
Lionel Ibbetson
Music Writer
Mitchell's Stenographer
Neil Kelly
A Newsboy
Lou Lockett
Mr. Maytime
The He Dancer
Paul Nicholson
Hitchy Koo
Jack Ibbetson
Lila Rhodes
Miss Maytime
Tanya Huber
the tailor's daughter
Miss Harmony
Lucille Romain
Miss 1918
Frederick Santley
John Paul Bart
a tailor's hand
Mr. Words
A Slave Auctioneer
Tailor-Made Mitchell
Al Stedman
Belasco's Office Boy
the Kings detective
Count Zucco
the Kings chamberlain
Music Butler
Another Minister
Fanny Stedman
Rosie Potash
Marjorie Rambeau
Phil White
Hans Wilson
Jack O'Lantern
Charles Winninger
King Leo
of Moldavia
Mitchell's Secretary
music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by George M. Cohan
(Unless otherwise noted)
(Polly) Pretty Polly
Show Me the Way
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
(music by George M. Cohan)
When Ziegfeld's Follies Hit the Town
(music by George M. Cohan)
Our Acrobatic Melodramatic Home
(music by George M. Cohan)
The Eyes of Youth See the Truth
(music by George M. Cohan)
All Dressed Up In a Tailor-Made
(music by George M. Cohan)
The Potash and Perlmutter Ball
(music by George M. Cohan)
A Man Is Only a Man
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
King of Broadway
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
The Wedding of Words and Music
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
The Gathering of the Slaves
(music by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan; lyrics by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan)
The Slave Dance
(music by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan; lyrics by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan)
A Bad Chinaman from Shanghai
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Down Where the Pumpkins Grow
(lyrics by Irving Berlin)
The Old Maid Blues
(music by David W. Guion; lyrics by Web Maddox)
Who Do You Love?
(music by Ed Moran; lyrics by James Brockmann)
Their Hearts Are Over Here
(music by George M. Cohan)
(music by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan; lyrics by Irving Berlin and George M. Cohan)