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The Love Cure   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (9/01/1909 - 10/30/1909)
Grand Opera House, (1/03/1910 - circa. 1/1910)
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Opening Date: Sep 01, 1909    
Closing Date: Jan 1910 Total Performances: 78

Category: Musical, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Novelty Theatre and Mr. Blake's home


Production Staff
Produced by Henry W. Savage
Music by Edmund Eysler; Book by Oliver Herford; from the German of Leo Stein and Karl Lindau; Lyrics by Oliver Herford; Musical Director: Augustus Barratt
Staged by George Marion
Scenic Design by Walter Burridge; Costume Design by Madame Moore and Mme. Zimmerman; Lighting Design by Joseph Wilson
Cast
Miss Allen
Chorus
Joseph Allen
Major Vaughn
Miss Bell
Chorus
Portia Belma
Chorus
Miss Benson
Chorus
Jack Bergman
Carriage Caller
Messr. Black
Chorus
Elgie Bowen
Nellie Vaughn
Miss Burnham
Chorus
Miss Campbell
Chorus
Craig Campbell
Alfred Blake
Miss Everett
Chorus
Eva Fallon
Mildred Silliman
Fred Frear
Mr. Blake
(M) Grahay
Chorus
Miss Hart
Chorus
James Horne
James
Alice Hosmer
Mrs. Julia Silliman
Harry Hyde
Clarence Chauncey
William Kaestner
Libretto Boy
M. Kern
Chorus
Arda La Croix
The Leading Old Man
Miss Landers
Chorus
(M) McConville
Chorus
George McDermott
Manager of the Novelty Theatre
Chorus
Miltern Pollock
Stage Manager
George Pullman
Stage Doorkeeper
Jane Quirk
Chorus
Pedro Reddiman
Policeman
Madeline Rellis
Chorus
Cecelia Renard
Chorus
Blanche Rice
The Leading Old Woman
Helen Rockefeller
A Chorus Girl
Chorus
Miss E. Rogers
Chorus
Charles J. Ross
Torrelli
Henry Russell
Assistant Stage Manager
Margaret Sayre
Chorus
(M) Schnager
Chorus
Miss St. Clair
Chorus
Miss Temple
Chorus
Raymond Van Sickle
Chorus
Miss Vivian
Chorus
Grace Waldo
A Page
Chorus
Thomas J. Walsh
Mr. Silliman
Miss Wellington
Chorus
Miss West
Chorus
M. Whiting
Chorus
music by Edmund Eysler; lyrics by Oliver Herford
ACT 1 Sung By
Oh, Be Jolly Alfred Blake and Stage Johnnies
How Fair the World Alfred Blake
The Matinee Idol Torrelli and Matinee Girls
I Wonder What the Audience Would Say Nellie Vaughn
A Pretty Part for Me to Play Nellie Vaughn, Torrelli, Alfred Blake and Johnnies
ACT 2 Sung By
Gather Ye Rosebuds Opening Chorus
I Am an Indian Nellie Vaughn
Peek-a-Boo Mrs. Julia Silliman and Torrelli
When Skies Are Bright Alfred Blake and Nellie Vaughn
Love and Wine Torrelli
ACT 3 Sung By
Forget Me Not Nellie Vaughn
Cupid's March Mildred Silliman and Chorus of the Novelty Theatre
A Toast Nellie Vaughn and Ensemble
Just a Play Torrelli
   
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