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The Girl Question   

Wallack's Theatre, (8/03/1908 - 8/29/1908)
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Opening Date: Aug 03, 1908    
Closing Date: Aug 29, 1908 Total Performances: 32

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Times Square, New York

Production Staff
Produced by Askin-Singer Company
Book by Will M. Hough and Frank Adams; Music by Joseph E. Howard; Lyrics by Will M. Hough and Frank Adams; Music for "The Old Buck and Wing" with Hilding Anderson
Directed by George F. Marion
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Eaves and Leavitt and Grossman
Isabel D'Armond
Elsie Davis
the cashier
Jack Henderson
Harold Sears
Junie McCree
Con Ryan
the head waiter
Georgie Drew Mendum
"Jo" Forster
a waitress
Helen Royton
Mrs. Jessie Sears
Lester Brown
"Kid" Hennessey
a prize fighter
Dan Bruce
A Reporter
William Davis
Jake Schwartzberger
a delicatessen dealer
Lew Fuller
"Skinny" Jones
President of the Steel Workers' Union
Carl H. George
Baron Max von Tesmar
Harry Hanlon
"Bud" McGinty
a plumber
Edwin Maynard
T.P.G. Sears
a magnate
J. D. Miller
A Bailiff
George Morgan
Morgan and McGarry
Solo Dancing
music by Joseph E. Howard; lyrics by Frank Adams and Will M. Hough
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Be Sweet to Me, Kid Con Ryan, Elsie Davis and Chorus
Waltz with Me 'Till I'm Dreamy Mrs. Jessie Sears and Chorus
There Is No Place Like Home Elsie Davis and Chorus
College Days Harold Sears and Male Chorus
The Girl You Dream About Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
The Old Buck and Wing
(music by Hilding Anderson and Joseph E. Howard)
Con Ryan and Chorus
I Like to Have You Call Me Honey Elsie Davis and Broilers
When Eyes Like Yours Look into Eyes Like Mine Harold Sears and Elsie Davis
It's Bye-Bye, Pal Mrs. Jessie Sears and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
I Hate to Work on Mondays Clerks, Stenographers, Post Card Kiddies, etc.
Do Something Con Ryan