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The Dairymaids   

Criterion Theatre, (8/26/1907 - 11/16/1907)
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Opening Date: Aug 26, 1907    
Closing Date: Nov 16, 1907 Total Performances: 86

Category: Musical, Farce, Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Act I: Lady Brudenell's Model Diary, at Hindstead. Act II: Gymnasium at Miss Pyechase's Academy.


Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Paul A. Rubens and Frank E. Tours; Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis; Book by Alexander M. Thompson and Robert Courtneidge; Featuring songs by Jerome Kern; Featuring songs with lyrics by M. E. Rourke; Featuring "It's Naughty to Be Kissed" by William T. Francis and J. B. Loughrey; Music and lyrics for "Quarrel Duet" with J. J. Montague; Featuring "Down the Strand" by E.G. McLellan and Bernard Rolt; Featuring "Barcelona" by Eustace Baynes, James W. Tate and Vernon Roy; Featuring "Oh, Mr. Brown" by Harry Von Tilzer and Andrew B. Sterling; Featuring "Dat Friend of Mine" by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams; Featuring "In the Twi-Twi-Twilight" by Herman E. Darewski, Jr. and Charles Wilmot; Musical Director: William T. Francis
Dances arranged by Adolph Neuberger; Staged by A.E. Dodson
Costumes by The Mrs. Osborn Company and Dazian; Settings by Ernest Gros
Cast
George Gregory
Sam Brudenell
Lady Brudenell's nephew
Donald Hall
Captain Fred Leverton
Thelma Raye
Helene
Peggy and Winifred's half-sister
Julia Sanderson
Peggy
a dairymaid
Huntley Wright
Joe Mivens
A. B., Servant to Dr. O'Byrne
Bessie De Voie
Winifred
Peggy's sister
Edna Dodsworth
Mag
Dairymaid
Emily Francis
Miss Penelope Pyechase
of Pyechase Academy
May Gerson
Gertie
Schoolgirl
Dorothy Gibson
Rosie
Schoolgirl
Enid Gibson
Sandow Girl
Flossie Hope
Eliza
a maid of all work at Pyechase's
Lanford Kirby
Frank Brudenell
Lady Brudenell's nephew
John Laughlin

Lillian LeRoy
Sandow Girl
Maude LeRoy
Sandow Girl
Rose Leslie
Sandow Girl
Grace Lindsay
Sandow Girl
Hatty Lorraine
Sandow Girl
Clarence Lutz

Minna Martrit
Cecilia
Schoolgirl
Beatrice McKay
Daisy
Farm Hand
Isabelle Meyers
Bessie
Schoolgirl
Hazel Neason
Betty
Farm Hand
Eugene O'Rourke
Dr. O'Byrne
Ruby Ray
Lady Brudenell
Frieda Weigold
Jenny
Dairymaid
Florence Wilson
Joan
Farm Hand
Wilma Wood
Nancy
Dairymaid
May Yerby
Sandow Girl

ACT 1 Sung By
Home Again
(music by Frank E. Tours; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
It's Naughty to Be Kissed
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by J. B. Loughrey)
Peggy (a dairymaid)
(I Must Have) A Lot of Girls All 'Round Me
(music by Frank E. Tours; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Joe Mivens (A. B., Servant to Dr. O'Byrne)
I've a Million Reasons Why I Love You
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
How the Wind Blows
(music by Frank E. Tours; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Lazyland
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Tinker, Tailor
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Peggy (a dairymaid) and Male Chorus
Poaching
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Joe Mivens (A. B., Servant to Dr. O'Byrne)
ACT 2 Sung By
Gymnasium Chorus
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Hello, Little Stanger
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Winifred (Peggy's sister)
(Never Marry a Girl with) Cold Feet
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
(The) Sandow Girl
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Peggy (a dairymaid)
(Let's All Go) Down the Strand
(music by E.G. McLellan and Bernard Rolt; lyrics by E.G. McLellan and Bernard Rolt)
Mary McGee
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Dr. O'Byrne
(In) Barcelona
(music by James W. Tate; lyrics by Eustace Baynes and Vernon Roy)
Oh, Mr. Brown
(music by Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling)
Dat Friend of Mine
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne and Harry Williams; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
I'd Like to Meet Your Father
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Peggy (a dairymaid) and Frank Brudenell (Lady Brudenell's nephew)
Good Night
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
In the Twi-Twi-Twilight
(music by Charles Wilmot and Herman Darewski; lyrics by Charles Wilmot and Herman Darewski)
   
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