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The Little Host   

Herald Square Theatre, (12/26/1898 - 1/14/1899)
Harlem Opera House, (1/16/1899 - circa. 1/1899)
Grand Opera House, (3/13/1899 - circa. 3/1899)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1898    
Closing Date: Mar 1899 Total Performances: 37

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Jack Dashinton's bachelor apartments on Fifth Avenue in New York City and Josiah Dashington's country residnce at Dedbudy-on-the Hudson

Production Staff
Produced by Della Fox
Libretto by Edgar Smith and Louis DeLange; Music by William T. Francis and Thomas Chilvers; Musical Director: William T. Francis; Featuring songs by Herman Perlet; Featuring songs with lyrics by Aubrey Boucicault
Production staged by Max Freeman; Choreographed by John C. Slavin
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Walter Burridge
Wilford Arling
Dodge Taylor
Adella Barker
Aunt Jane Hawkins
Norma Bell
Edith Eddington
Annie Black
Mazie Spanker
H. D. Blakemore
Mabel Bouton
Susie Jones
Lettie Bryan
Ollie Armstrong
Edith Burbank
Mamie Mangen
Bert Carter
Bob Upperton
Hugh Chilvers
Jack Dashington
Hattie Clark
Bessie Brownhill
Caroline Cook
Harriet Henderson
Beatrice Darlington
Flossie Flitterby
Daisy Dwyer
Rosie Redpath
Della Fox
Margery Dazzle
Emily Francis
Mrs. Dashington
R. E. Graham
Josiah Dashington, Sr.
Lou Harlow
Beatrice Bennington
Alice Johnson
Olympia Longacre
Jessie Jordan
Minnie Mingle
Frank Kelly
Fuller Boozeby
Emma Levy
Daisy Dandler
Florine Murray
Dottie Lightfoot
Kitty Nugent
Gertie Gertby
Eugene O'Rourke
William Reilly
Harry Rigby
Dick Hammersley
Mabel Seymour
Lottie Longhouse
John C. Slavin
Herr Einesang
Charles Wallace
Charles Horsley

I Wouldn't Be a Lady If I Could
(music by Herman Perlet; lyrics by Aubrey Boucicault)
Margery Dazzle
Honey You'se My Turtle Dove
(music by William T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Margery Dazzle