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The Old Town   

Globe Theatre, (1/10/1910 - 6/04/1910)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 10, 1910    
Closing Date: Jun 04, 1910 Total Performances: 166

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: St. Augustine and the Old Town, California


Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Gustav Luders; Book by George Ade; Lyrics by George Ade; Featuring songs by Alfred G. Robyn, Arthur Pryor and Terry Sherman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Thomas T. Railey, Vincent Bryan and Bob Adams; Musical Director: Arthur Pryor
Staged by Ben Teal
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Wilhelm and Will R. Barnes
Cast
May Ainsworth
Chorus
Morris Avery
Chorus
Veronique Banner
Chorus
Alice Belga
Gwendolyn Hemenway
a Suffragette
Dorothy Bertrand
Chorus
Nat M. Bowes
Chorus
Gene Cole
Chorus
Claude Cooper
Donald MacGookin
a Scotch Tourist
Allene Crater
Ernestine Bilwether
Bilwether's Ambitious Wife
Grace Crowley
Chorus
Verna Dalton
Chorus
Albert Dempsey
Chorus
Margaret Denver
Rosalie Band
Doing What She Can
Charles F. Dodge
Chorus
Clementine Dundas
Janet Spangle
Helping to Spend the Money
Constance Eastman
A Vision
May Ellison
Chorus
Fred Emerson
Chorus
Helen Falconer
Chorus
Dorothy Gibson
Chorus
Claude Gillingwater
The Hon. Dike Bilwether
a recent Millionaire
Nathalie Green
Serepta Wallace Kitts
a Suffragette
R. H. Greenlaw
Chorus
Josephine Harriman
Chorus
Anice Harris
Chorus
Elizabeth Hawman
Chorus
Louise Hawman
Chorus
John Hendricks
Jim Flanders
a Politician
Flo Hengler
Caroline Bristow
Mrs. Bilwether's Niece
May Hengler
Diana Bristow
Mrs. Bilwether's Niece
May Hopkins
Marie Swift
Helping to Spend the Money
Jeanette Joen
Chorus
Ethel Johnson
Gustiana Jimpsen
a Swedish Maid
Shirley Kellogg
Ethel Trotter
a Social Security
Fawnie Smith
a Suffragette
C. L. Kelly
Chorus
Virginia Kendall
Chorus
Reba Kent
Chorus
Arthur Kuesta
Chorus
Lyndon Law
W. Darrell Gimpley
Self-confessed Genius
Mazie Leroy
Chorus
Beatrice Liddell
Chorus
Harry Lillford
Mortimer
a Servant
Dorothy Marlowe
Chorus
Louis Mason
Chorus
W.J. McCarthy
Lieutenant Ott Von Up de Graff
Mountain Climber
Seppie McNeil
Chorus
Evelyn Meredith
Chorus
Julia Meredith
Chorus
Charles Mitchell
Jubal Dunkbury
Sheriff
David Montgomery
Archibald Hawkins
Baxter's Manager
Fred Perine
Angus Dumfries
a Scotch Tourist
Nancy Poole
Chorus
Vivian Prichard
Chorus
Ed. Reader
Chorus
Eloise Reed
Sylvia Luggs
Helping to Spend the Money
Genevieve Reed
Florence Etherington
Helping to Spend the Money
Ada Robertson
Chorus
Harold Russell
Monsieur DeVaux
a Wire Walker
Fred Stone
Henry Clay Baxter
Citified Country Boy
Regina Stone
Chorus
Ethel Tanguay
Chorus
Frank Turner
Chorus
Florence Walton
Chorus
Blanche West
Chorus
Effie Wheeler
Chorus
Mack Whiting
Chorus
Anita Yonge
Chorus
Gladys Zell
Chorus
Violet Zell
Chorus
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by George Ade
(Unless otherwise noted)
The Man Who Will Not Love Back
Queen of the One-Ring Show
The Noovo Riche
Electric Signs
When I Would Think of You Archibald Hawkins (Baxter's Manager), Henry Clay Baxter (Citified Country Boy), Caroline Bristow (Mrs. Bilwether's Niece) and Diana Bristow (Mrs. Bilwether's Niece)
What Man Dare Say
Weak Little Woman
Keep Your Whip in Your Hand
My Japanee
The Militant Suffrage Song
Minnesota
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Thomas T. Railey)
A Popular Song
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Thomas T. Railey)
Travel, Travel, Little Star
(music by Arthur Pryor; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Henry Clay Baxter (Citified Country Boy) and Archibald Hawkins (Baxter's Manager)
Goodbye, Christina Swanson
(music by Terry Sherman; lyrics by Bob Adams)
   
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