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The Pleasure Seekers   

Winter Garden Theatre, (11/03/1913 - 1/03/1914)
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Opening Date: Nov 03, 1913    
Closing Date: Jan 03, 1914 Total Performances: 72

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: The Ritz-Carlton in New York, Switzerland, and Paris


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by E. Ray Goetz; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Musical Director: Oscar Radin; Featuring songs by Bert Grant and Maurice Abrahams; Featuring songs with lyrics by Henry Williams, Joe Young, Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie
Staged by William J. Wilson
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin; Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy and William Henry Matthews
Cast
Blanche Barnes
Chorus
Fred Barnes
Chorus
Rita Bates
Chorus
Arthur Beach
Chorus
Fred Beakman
Chorus
Marie Berdean
Chorus
George Borowsky
Chorus
Victor Bozart
Chorus
Edna Britton
Chorus
Bermah Brokaw
Chorus
Charles Butler
Chorus
Hugh Cameron
Isaac Googenheimer
George Bliffkins
Kittie Carpenter
Chorus
Adele Clarke
Chorus
Nona Clifford
Chorus
James Coer
Chorus
Marjorie Cogan
Chorus
Harry Cooper
Isidore Eisenstein
Ruth Copeley
Chorus
Florence Cripps
Chorus
Sally Daly
Maria Bliffkins
Florence Dean
Chorus
Paul DeMonde
Chorus
Violet DeVon
Chorus
Robert Dillon
Chorus
Irma Dixon
Chorus
Thomas Doolan
Chorus
Bernard Edwards
Chorus
Lillian Elliot
Chorus
Maud Estee
Chorus
Virginia Evans
Limousine Panhard
Grace Falk
Chorus
Walter Fiske
Chorus
Alice Fitch
Chorus
M. Foltz
Chorus
Olive Forgo
Chorus
Shirley Forsythe
Chorus
May Francis
Chorus
Myrtle Gilbert
Marcelline
Irwin Gruhl
Chorus
Lillian Harris
Chorus
Ruth Harris
Chorus
Laura Hastings
Chorus
Thomas Hawmer
Chorus
Lillian Heim
Chorus
Bess Hoban
Chorus
Margaret Hoban
Chorus
Ada Holt
Chorus
Dorothy Jardon
M'lle Marcelle
Minna Kaufman
Chorus
Mazie Keane
Chorus
Ben Kinngoff
Chorus
Eric Krebs
Chorus
Dorothy Landers
Chorus
Mabel Landers
Chorus
Maud Le Roy
Chorus
Daisy Lovell
Chorus
Ara Martin
Chorus
Flo May
Vera
Norah May
Chorus
Will McElhenny
Chorus
Joe McGrath
Chorus
Roger McKenna
Chorus
Jay Melville
Chorus
Charles Miller
Chorus
Harriet Miller
Chorus
Sherman Miller
Chorus
Minnie Monroe
Chorus
William Montgomery
Heine Brobschloff
Edna Moore
Chorus
Florence Moore
Violet Bliffkins
May Morrell
Chorus
Howard Murrell
Chorus
Mary Murrell
Chorus
Bobby North
Max Rosenberg
Gertrude O'Conner
Chorus
Marie Olcott
Chorus
Helen Paine
Chorus
Edith Parfrey
Chorus
Marie Parton
Chorus
Maude Powell
Chorus
Mary Purcell
Chorus
August Reese
Chorus
Joe Rogers
Chorus
Max Rogers
Heinrich Brobschloff
Myrtle Ross
Chorus
Annie Russell
Chorus
Milton Silby
Chorus
William Snyder
Chorus
Philip Sohlke
Chorus
Alice Statten
Chorus
Daisy Statton
Chorus
Harry Stephenson
Chorus
Thomas Stevens
Chorus
Ed Stokes
Chorus
Lu Taylor
Chorus
Lew Turner
Chorus
Gustave Wargans
Chorus
Frank Wayne
Chorus
John Weldon
Chorus
George White
Jack Hemingway
William Wilson
Chorus
Elizabeth Young
Chorus
music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Levi Is a Grand Old Name Max Rosenberg, Isidore Eisenstein and Chorus
Follow the Midnight Girl
(music by Bert Grant and E. Ray Goetz)
M'lle Marcelle and Chorus
Don't Blame It All on Broadway
(music by Bert Grant; lyrics by Henry Williams and Joe Young)
Jack Hemingway and Heine Brobschloff
They're on Their Honeymoon Chorus
My Arverne Rose
(music by Bert Grant)
Isidore Eisenstein and Chorus
Give Me Something in a Uniform of Blue Violet Bliffkins and Chorus
I Have a Little Chalet in the Valley
(music by Bert Grant and E. Ray Goetz)
Heinrich Brobschloff, Max Rosenberg, Marcelline and Vera
Ski Song Jack Hemingway and Chorus
Switzerland
The Alpine Girl
(music by Bert Grant)
Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
There's a Lot of Pretty Little Things in Paris Jack Hemingway, Marcelline and Chorus
Get Out and Get Under
(music by Maurice Abrahams; lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie)
Max Rosenberg
Une Nuit Paris Ensemble
The Serpentine Limousine Panhard, Jack Hemingway and Chorus
Faust Up to Date M'lle Marcelle, Max Rosenberg and Isidore Eisenstein
(At That Bully) Wooly Wild West Show
(music by Maurice Abrahams; lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie)
Violet Bliffkins and Heine Brobschloff
Love Me in a Viennese Melody M'lle Marcelle and Chorus