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The Jewel of Asia   

Criterion Theatre, (2/16/1903 - 4/11/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 16, 1903    
Closing Date: Apr 11, 1903 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Paris and Turkish Asia


Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Music by Ludwig Englander; Book by Frederic Ranken and Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Frederic Ranken and Harry B. Smith; Musical Director: Max Hirschfeld; Additional lyrics by James T. Powers and Fred F. Farrell; Additional music by Theodore M. Morse
Staged by George W. Lederer
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Ernest Albert
Cast
Rachel Booth
Mimi
Lillie Brink
Tutu
Blanche Brooks
Salali
Theresa Bryant
Zobeide
Harriet Burt
Avali
William Cameron
Mufti
Tom Collins
A Parisian Theif
Clifton Crawford
Yussuf Potiphar
Ross Dale
Second Beggar
Reine Davies
Corinne
Louise De Rigney
Wanda
Paul Decker
Anatole
Ermine Earle
Pierette
Agnes Errington
Nyanza
Ida Gabrielle
Consuelo
Zumra
Ethel Gilmore
Hatdee
Bessie Graham
Bebe
Gladys Hancock
Peroxida
Frank G. Hill
A Gendarme
Ali
Milo Joyce
First Beggar
Mildred Kearney
Delilah
E. B. Knight
Hashish
Thomas Miller
Francois
George O'Donnell
Simoon Pasha
Carrie Perkins
Hersillie
James T. Powers
Pierre Lerouge
Ella Ray
Dudu
Cecilia Rhoda
Medora
Blanche Ring
Zaidee
Yvonne Riveres
Cassia
Harry Short
Sergeant Lafitte
Mabel Slocum
Zaza
Frank Symonds
Backsheesh
Ada Verne
Peruna
Mabel Verne
Sapolia
Maude Wycherly
Babette
music by Ludwig Englander; lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Frederic Ranken
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
The nations of dear Paree Chorus
Pierre Mimi and Ensemble
Beggars' Chorus Double Sextette
Please Don't Move Pierre Lerouge and Ensemble
We Say We'll Do a Thing (and Don't Do It)
(lyrics by James T. Powers)
Pierre Lerouge
Twelve Pretty Wives from Turkey Mufti and Show Girls
The Same Old Crowd
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Fred F. Farrell)
Zaidee
I Am the Pasha Simoon Pasha
Off to Turkey Pierre Lerouge, Simoon Pasha and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Mufti! Wake thee from thy slumber Chorus
My Honey Bunch Mimi and Ensemble
I Love You, Dolly Zaidee
Oh, What's the Use? Pierre Lerouge, Simoon Pasha and Mufti
Everybody Wants to Hold the Baby (Everybody Wants to See the Baby) Pierre Lerouge and Chorus
In Dreamland Pierre Lerouge, Sergeant Lafitte and Hersillie