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The Merry Whirl   

New York Theatre, (5/30/1910 - 6/18/1910)
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Opening Date: May 30, 1910    
Closing Date: Jun 18, 1910 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: England and Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Cliff Gordon and Bobby North
Music by Leo Edwards; Book by Don Roth; Lyrics by Ed Ray; Musical Director: Aaron Binkow; Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward Madden
Directed by Julian Alfred; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Scenic Design by John H. Young and Homer Emens; Costume Design by Bush Lubin and Mme. Freisinger
Cast
Noetta Aimes

Marie Beaugarde
from the Folies Bergere
Dorothy Benton
Chorus
Jack Clendon
Chorus
James Doyle
Sikh Anagar
slave to ring
Mildred Elaine
Mlle. DeBaron
the prettiest model in Paris
Alice Emerald

May Emery
Notoslynne
Ray Gilmore
Chorus
Gracia Hammond
Jacqueline
Lew Harkins
Chorus
Catherine Holland
Chorus
Edwin Jerome
Baron de Cammembert
a French nobleman
Eleanore L'Estelle

May Florine Linden
Chorus
Florence May
Chorus
R.L. McAndrew
Chorus
Frank Moore
Snowman
Dan McCormick
Spike McCarthy's manager
James C. Morton
Clock
Spike McCarthy
an American pugilist in Paris
Walter Pearson
Lord Broke
an impecunious nobleman
Rita Redmond
Barronne De Cammembert
in love with Francoise Dubonet
Allan Reid

May Tomlinson
Chorus
Phil White
C.U. Damm
an American Millionaire
Jacques Frou Frou
proprietor Jacques Emporium
music by Leo Edwards; lyrics by Ed Ray
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Yankee Doodle Girls Lord Broke (an impecunious nobleman) and Show Girls
The Man with Money C.U. Damm (an American Millionaire)
Lima Beans Clock and Snowman
La Belle Francaise Chorus
Down Havana Way Lord Broke (an impecunious nobleman) and Chorus
I'll Be There with You Clock and Snowman
The Rose
Play, Play, Play Clock and Snowman
ACT 2 Sung By
A Model of Fashion Am I Mlle. DeBaron (the prettiest model in Paris) and Johnnies
Ring the Wedding Bells Mlle. DeBaron (the prettiest model in Paris)
When I Waltz with You Barronne De Cammembert (in love with Francoise Dubonet) and Chorus
The Paris Push Jacqueline
When the Stars Fall in Love with the Moon Barronne De Cammembert (in love with Francoise Dubonet) and Mlle. DeBaron (the prettiest model in Paris)
Strike Up a Bagpipe Tune
(lyrics by Edward Madden)
Mlle. DeBaron (the prettiest model in Paris) and Chorus
   
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