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The Girl from Kay's   

Herald Square Theatre, (11/02/1903 - 5/28/1904)
Herald Square Theatre, (8/18/1904 - 9/03/1904)
Grand Opera House, (3/20/1905 - circa. 3/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 02, 1903    
Closing Date: Mar 1905 Total Performances: 231

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Chalmers' Flat, Grand Hotel, Flacton-on-Sea and the Savoy Restaurant

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman and George Edwardes
Music by Ivan Caryll; Additional numbers by Clare Kummer, Maurice J. Stonehill, Paul Rubens, Adrian Ross, Claude Aveling, J. Hickory Wood, Howard Talbot, Percy Greenbank, Bernard Rolt, Cecil Cook, Ernest Bucalossi and A. D. Cammeyer; Book by Owen Hall; Musical Director: Gus Salzer
Costume Design by The Mrs. Osborn Company; Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt, Homer Emens and Ernest Gros
Elise Barney
Hilda French
Sam Bernard
Max Hoggenheimer
Vera Cameron
Mabel Donald
Mabel Clarke
Joan Ely
Harry Davenport
Harry Gordon
Paul Decker
Belva Don Kersley
Olive Manton
Marie Doro
Nancy Lowley
Teddie DuCoe
Rhoda Cantaur
Grace Dudley
Elsie Ferguson
Clara Butler
Grace Freeman
Nora Chalmers
Maude Granger
Mrs. Chalmers
Homer Granville
Theodore Quench
May Harding
Leonore Harris
Mary Methuen
Emil Heusel
Ernest Lambart
The Hon. Percy Fitzthistle
Maurice Lavigne
Archie Pembridge
Margaret Malcolm
Ella Winton
Sadie Peters
Cora Paget
Lillian Seville
Gertrude Sarum
Winchell Smith
George R. Sprague
Mr. Chalmers
Olive Ullrich
Maud Ebor
Hattie Williams
Winnie Harborough
Blanche Wood

ACT 1 Sung By
Bride's Song (As I came up the aisle)
(music by Bernard Rolt; lyrics by Bernard Rolt)
Nora Chalmers and Chorus
(music by Cecil Cook; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Ellen and Bridesmaids
Bonnet Shop
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Winnie Harborough
Matilda and the Builder
(music by Ernest Bucalossi; lyrics by J. Hickory Wood)
Harry Gordon
ACT 2 Sung By
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Harry Gordon and Nora Chalmers
Customers at Kay's
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Winnie Harborough and Chorus
Bob and Me
(music by Howard Talbot; lyrics by Claude Aveling)
Ellen and Chorus
(music by Clare Kummer; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Pierrot Quartette
Smiling Sambo
(music by Howard Talbot; lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Nancy Lowley and Chorus
My Little Love Bird
(music by Maurice J. Stonehill; lyrics by Maurice J. Stonehill)
Winnie Harborough
I Don't Care
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens)
Harry Gordon
ACT 3 Sung By
Make It Up
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Claude Aveling)
Winnie Harborough and Harry Gordon
(music by Clare Kummer; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Max Hoggenheimer
A High Old Time
(music by A. D. Cammeyer; lyrics by Claude Aveling)
Harry Gordon and Chorus
Birthday Party Song
(music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
The Hon. Percy Fitzthistle, Nancy Lowley, Frank and Ellen
Mrs. Hoggenheimer of Park Lane
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Winnie Harborough and Max Hoggenheimer