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The Fair Co-ed   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (2/01/1909 - 4/25/1909)
Criterion Theatre, (4/26/1909 - 5/29/1909)
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Opening Date: Feb 01, 1909    
Closing Date: May 29, 1909 Total Performances: 136

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Bright Hall and the Armory and Drill Hall, Bingham College

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Gustav Luders; Book by George Ade; Lyrics by George Ade; Orchestra under the direction of Robert Hood Bowers
Play staged by Fred G. Latham; Dances arranged by William Rock
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Elsie DeWolfe
Harry Clarke
Squab Dingle
Elsie Janis
Cynthia Bright
the only co-ed
Sydney Jarvis
Wellington Reed
'78, an old grad
Arthur Stanford
Davy Dickerson
almost a senior
Inez Bauer
Angelina Baxter
of Red Wing, Minnesota
Stewart Belknap
A Sergeant
Leila Benton
Town Girl/Visitor
Jeanette D'Arville
Town Girl/Visitor
E. Mae Davis
Town Girl/Visitor
Bella Desmond
Town Girl/Visitor
Louise Donovan
Town Girl/Visitor
Constance Eastman
Hazel Pinkham
of Worcester, Massachusetts
Clara Eckstrom
Town Girl/Visitor
May Fields
Town Girl/Visitor
Edgar Halstead
Josephus Cadwallader
professor of psychology
Bena Hoffman
Town Girl/Visitor
Bessie Holbrook
Town Girl/Visitor
Leavitt James
Grouch Hubbard
president of Woman's Haters' League
Daisy Johnstone
Town Girl/Visitor
Josie Karlin
Town Girl/Visitor
Florence Major
Town Girl/Visitor
Donald McLaren
Captain Peacock
a military star
Birdice McLaughlin
Town Girl/Visitor
Marion Mills
Byrdie Wheeler
of Boise, Idaho
Bertha Morrelle
Town Girl/Visitor
Lillian Nicholson
Town Girl/Visitor
James Reaney
Bob Chester
an athletic star
Fanny Robertson
Town Girl/Visitor
Ella Rock
Town Girl/Visitor
Bessie Skeer
Town Girl/Visitor
Elsie Steele
Magnolia Curtis
of Jackson, Mississippi
H. David Todd
Ernest Grubb
a scholarship star
Lionel Walsh
Freddie Carrington
a society star
Effie Wheeler
Town Girl/Visitor
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by George Ade
The College Military
I'll Dream of That Sweet Co-Ed
ACT 2 Sung By
(Sing Hey for) The Chaperon Squab Dingle and Girls
Leave It to the Boys in the Navy
Please Don't Keep Me Waiting
(The) Day of the Game Wellington Reed and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
An Isle of the Philippines
A Little Girl That's Wise Angelina Baxter and Squab Dingle