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Herald Square Theatre, (10/07/1901 - 11/30/1901)
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Opening Date: Oct 07, 1901    
Closing Date: Nov 30, 1901 Total Performances: 64

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: London and Worcestershire

Production Staff
Produced by George W. Lederer
Music by Ludwig Englander; Book by Glen MacDonough; Lyrics by George V. Hobart; Musical Director: Selle Simonson; Featuring songs by Jackson Gouraud; Featuring songs with lyrics by George Sidney
Staged by George W. Lederer
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Ernest Albert; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Jessie Banks
Kathryn Bartlett
Rose Beaumont
Sallie Waters
Gertrude Blanke
William Cameron
Alkali Ike
Marguerite Clark
Mary Lamb
Idalene Cotton
Olga Patoff
Dan Daly
Upson Downes
Isabel D'Armond
Mildred De Vere
Belva Don Kersley
Virginia Earle
Olive Green
Thomas Evans
Bryton Beach
Geraldine Fair
Frank Farrington
Herr Fitzenstatts
James A. Furey
Bobby Bobbett
William Gould
Lorenzo Lenz
Powers Gouraud
G. Reginald Dobbs
Nell Gwenn
Ethel Jewett
Pauline Karmen
Anna Laughlin
Lottie Lee
William Lavine
Dr. Kerr
Nick Long
Paul Patoff
Tessie Mooney
Florence Parker
Carrie E. Perkins
Jennie O'Jones
Ruby Reid
George A. Schiller
De Long Green
Vernie Snyder
Frank Tannehill
Fred Titus
R. Witherington Bobbs
Edwin Wilson

music by Ludwig Englander; lyrics by George V. Hobart
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Keb, Sir? Want a Keb?
(music by Arthur Weld)
Upson Downes
Russia, the Fatherland Olga Patoff and Paul Patoff
When You Sail for Paris in the Spring
(music by Jackson Gouraud)
Olive Green
Strolling in Society Olive Green, Upson Downes, De Long Green and Lorenzo Lenz
The Kodak Girl Sallie Waters, Lorenzo Lenz and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Honolulu Lu
(music by Emil Bierman; lyrics by George Totten Smith)
Lottie Lee, Alkali Ike and Chorus
Take Me Back to Herald Square Upson Downes
And the Band Began to Play Olive Green and Chorus
There's a Lobster Left for Me Sallie Waters
Oh! Fudge!
(music by Paul Schindler; lyrics by George Sidney)
Upson Downes
The Gossip Song Olive Green and Male Chorus
Is Old Man's 'At Won't Fir 'Im/ Three Women to Every Man Lorenzo Lenz
(Ragtime Girl), Dat's All
(music by Will Marion Cook)
Sallie Waters, Mary Lamb, Lottie Lee and Chorus
If I Should Say Good-bye Olive Green and Upson Downes