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The Geisha   

44th Street Theatre, (3/27/1913 - 5/10/1913)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Mar 27, 1913    
Closing Date: May 10, 1913 Total Performances: 52

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: House of Ten Thousand Joys; Chrysanthemum Féte in the Palm Garden.


Production Staff
Produced by Arthur Hammerstein and Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Owen Hall; Music by Sidney Jones; Lyrics by Harry Greenbank; Musical Director: Gaetano Merola
Directed by Edwin T. Emery
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by Theodore Reisig
Cast
Lina Abarbanell
Miss Molly Seamore
Edward Agnini
Ensemble
Anna Ailion
Koko San
Attendant
S. Annisman
Ensemble
Helen Baird
Ensemble
Alice Baldwin
O Kiku San
Chrysanthemum
Blanche Barnes
Ensemble
Fred Bradbury
Ensemble
Grace Bradford
Miss Marie Worthington
Jane Burdett
Miss Mabel Grant
Georgia Caine
Juliette Diamont
Irene Cassini
Nami
Wave of the Sea
Louise Chanfrau
Ensemble
Nellie Chick
Ensemble
Gladys Coleman
Ensemble
Marjorie Cummer
Ensemble
Jeanne Daws
Ensemble
Max Dorfman
Ensemble
Suzanne Douglas
Reto San
Attendant
Harry Erschof
Ensemble
Alice Evanston
Ensemble
Nelliw Ford
Saki San
Attendant
Carl Gantvoort
Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax
Officer of the HMS Turtle
Pauline Hall
Lady Constance Wynne
Robert Harberson
Ensemble
Olga Harting
O Kinkoto San
Golden Harp
Jack Howard
Ensemble
Hortense Ireland
Ensemble
Nel Jenkins
Ensemble
Charles King
Dick Cunningham
Officer of the HMS Turtle
Jessie Lewis
Ensemble
Ruby Lewis
Ensemble
Austina Mason
Ensemble
Alberta Masters
Ensemble
A. A. McCurdy
Ensemble
Birdice McLaughlin
Ensemble
Zetta Metchik
A Mana San
Blossom
Blanche Netta
Ensemble
Lillian Norton
Ensemble
Eugene Podget
Ensemble
Frank Pollock
Captain Katana
James T. Powers
Wun Hi
Proprietor of the Tea House
Cecil Reynard
Tommy Stanley
Officer of the HMS Turtle
Velma Roberts
Ensemble
Eugene Roder
Churia
Coolie of the Rickshaw
Amelia Rose
Hanna San
Attendant
Harry Sachs
Ensemble
Emily Saunders
Ensemble
Sol Singlust
Ensemble
Arthur Spencer
Ensemble
Arthur Stapleton
Ensemble
Edwin Stevens
The Marquis Imari
Ted Sullivan
Ensemble
Edith Thayer
Geisha
Little Violet
Marion Thompson
Ensemble
Lucy Todd
Ensemble
Florence Topham
Miss Ethel Hurst
W. Wagman
Ensemble
Frank Wayne
Ensemble
Nat Webster
Ensemble
Elsie Weller
Ensemble
Elizabeth West
Ensemble
Ed Wheelahan
Ensemble
May Whitney
Ensemble
George Williams
Takemini
Grace Williams
Ensemble
Bert Young
Arthur Brownville
Alice Zeppilli
O Mimosa San
music by Sidney Jones; lyrics by Harry Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Happy Japan Chorus
Here they come Chorus and Officers
Jack's the boy
(music by Lionel Monckton)
Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax and Officers
The dear little Jappy-Jap-Jappy Dick Cunningham
The Amorous Goldfish O Mimosa San
The Kissing O Mimosa San and Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax
If you will come to tea O Mimosa San and Chorus
Lamentation (Oh, will they sell our master up) Chorus and Geishas
We're going to call on the Marquis Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax, Dick Cunningham, Officers, Geishas and Chorus
The Toy Miss Molly Seamore and Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax
A Geisha's Life O Mimosa San
Attention, pray! Takemini, The Marquis Imari, Lieutenant Katasna, Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax and Chorus
Chivalry Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax and Chorus
Chon Kina Miss Molly Seamore and Chorus
Thought of staying too long Principals and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Day born of love Chorus
The Toy Monkey
(music by Lionel Monckton)
Miss Molly Seamore and Chorus
Ching-a-ring-a-ree Juliette Diamont and Wun Hi
Geisha are we Four Geishas, Officers, Dick Cunningham and English Girls
Star of my soul Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax
If that's not love-what is? Juliette Diamont
With splendor auspicious Geishas
Chin, Chin, Chinaman Wun Hi and Chorus
Love! Love! Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax and Chorus
Hey-diddle-diddle! when man is in love Dick Cunningham and Chorus
The Interfering Parrot Miss Molly Seamore and Chorus
Before our eyes Ensemble