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The Girl from Montmartre   

Criterion Theatre, (8/05/1912 - 9/28/1912)
Grand Opera House, (4/07/1913 - 4/1913)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Aug 05, 1912    
Closing Date: Apr 1913 Total Performances: 72

Category: Play, Farce, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A Farce with Music in three acts, 5 scenes
Setting: Paris and Touraine, France


Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Book by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith; Music by Henri Bereny; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith; Adapted from the French farce "La Dame de chez Maxim" by Georges Feydeau; Based on a French operette 'Das Madel von Montmarte' by Rudolph Schanzer; Additional music by Jerome D. Kern, Howard Talbot, Lionel Monckton and Franz Wagner; Additional lyrics by M. E. Rourke, Clifford Harris, Arthur Wimperis, John Golden and Percy Greenbank; Musical Director: Harold Vicars
Staged by Thomas Reynolds
Costume Design by Lord and Taylor and Kurtman; Scenic Design by Homer Emens
Cast
Marion Abbott
Gabrielle
Dr. Petypon's wife
Grace Beaumont
Chorus
Natalie Burr
Chorus
Audrey Burton
Chorus
Richard Carle
Dr. Petypon
Alice Carrington
Mme. Ottalie
Frances Carter
Chorus
George T. Chance
Baron de Granelle
Maud Clare
Chorus
Katherine Daly
Chorus
William Danforth
Dr. Brumage
Lillian Davis
Chorus
Louise Donovan
Mme. Hautignol
Clara Eckstrom
Mme. King
Merceita Esmonde
Mme. Sauverel
Dolly Filly
Chorus
Hazel Flint
Chorus
Mary Gilmore
Baroness de Granelle
Jeanette Greene
Chorus
John Hamilton
Monsieur Sauverel
Al Hart
General Petypon
Dr. Petypon's uncle
Viola Harty
Chorus
Bertha Holly
Duchess de Valmonte
Ida Howe
Chorus
Percy F. Leach
Abbe
Lela Lee
Mme. Vautier
Helene Lucas
Chorus
George Lydecker
Lieutenant Corignon
George R. Lynch
Footman
Moya Mannering
Clementine
Dr. Petypon's niece
Marion Miller
Chorus
Alan Mudie
Andre
Ralph Nairn
Etienne
Dr. Petypon's servant
Lennox Pawle
Loulou
Duchess de Valmonte's son
Lillian Rice
Chorus
Marie Rose
Chorus
Cissie Sewell
Chorus
May Sheldon
Chorus
Joseph C. Smith
Dance Specialty
Geraldine Taylor
Chorus
Hazel Troutman
Mme. Veron
Dai Turgeon
Mme. De Claux
Angie Weimers
Chorus
Hattie Williams
Praline
Trixie Wilson
Dance Specialty
music by Henri Bereny; lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Serenade Dr. Brumage, Etienne (Dr. Petypon's servant) and Servants
Bohemia
(music by Jerome Kern)
Praline
Ghost Quintette Praline, Dr. Petypon, Gabrielle (Dr. Petypon's wife), Dr. Brumage and Etienne (Dr. Petypon's servant)
Half-Past Two
(music by Howard Talbot; lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Arthur Wimperis)
Andre and Clementine (Dr. Petypon's niece)
Don't Turn My Picture to the Wall
(music by Jerome Kern)
Praline and Lieutenant Corignon
ACT 2 Sung By
Something Like This
(music by Franz Wagner)
Praline, Andre and Clementine (Dr. Petypon's niece)
Hoopla, Father Doesn't Care
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Praline, Chorus and Sextette
I've Taken Such a Fancy to You
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Clifford Harris)
Dr. Petypon
I'll Be True to You Andre and Clementine (Dr. Petypon's niece)
Vienna Roll Ensemble
Love Will Win
(music by Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis)
Lieutenant Corignon and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
Oh Doctor Mme. Hautignol, Mme. De Claux, Mme. Vautier, Mme. Ottalie, Mme. Veron, Mme. King, Dancers and Monsieur Sauverel
One of the Boys Loulou (Duchess de Valmonte's son)
Popsey Wopsey Dr. Petypon, Praline and General Petypon (Dr. Petypon's uncle)
Ooo-ooo Lena
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by John Golden)
Praline
   
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