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The Florist Shop   

Liberty Theatre, (8/09/1909 - circa. 9/1909)
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Opening Date: Aug 09, 1909    
Closing Date: Sep 1909 Total Performances: 40

Category: Play, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A Farce in three acts
Setting: The apartment of Clarence Perkins, Mme. Claudine's Innovation Florist Shop, and Richard Baxter's Bachelor Apartment in New York

Production Staff
House Manager: Klaw & Erlanger
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Written by Oliver Herford; Based on "Gluck bei Frauen" by Alexander Engel and Julius Horst; Musical Director: Max Schmidt; Featuring songs by Emmerich Kalman, Ethelbert Nevin, Edmund Eysler and Melville Gideon
Directed by George Marion
Scenic Design by Walter Burridge
Business Manager: W. H. Wright
Stage Manager: Harry Child; Assistant Stage Mgr: Claude Heckinger
Gabrielle Bacot
Mrs. Jones
Herbaceous Widow
Charles J. Ball
Anna L. Bates
Josiah's wife
Frank L. Chandler
C. A. Chandos
Second Workman
Louisa Drew
Irene Baxter
Another bride
Richard F. Freeman
Josiah Perkins
Angelica's uncle
Doyle Glass
Claude Heckinger
Third Workman
John Hines
Michael Angelo
Errand boy for Mme. Benoit
Marion Lorne
Angelica Perkins
A bride
Gwendolyn Lowry
Shopgirl at Madame Benoit's
Nina Morris
Claudine Benoit
Proprietress of the Innovation Florist Shop
Adelaide Orton
Lady's maid to Mrs. Perkins
Dorothy Parker
Mrs. Brown
Herbaceous Widow
Nelly Roland
Shopgirl at Madame Benoit's
Tovell Smith
First Workman
Richard Sterling
Richard Baxter
Irene's husband
John Thomas
Rev. Cadwalder Cope
Richard's uncle
Briella Tocab
Janitor's Wife
Corene Uzzell
A manicure
Lionel Walsh
Clarence Perkins
Angelica's husband
C. Wellesley
Butler in Richard Baxter's Bachelor Apts
Georgiana Wilson
Mrs. Robinson
Herbaceous Widow

Gay Hussars
(music by Emmerich Kalman)
(music by Ethelbert Nevin)
At a Country Dance
Ange D'Amour
My Poney Boy
Love Cure
(music by Edmund Eysler)
Yankianna Rag
(music by Melville Gideon)