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The Rogers Brothers in London   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/07/1903 - 10/31/1903)
Harlem Opera House, (11/23/1903 - circa. 11/1903)
Grand Opera House, (12/28/1903 - circa. 1/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 07, 1903    
Closing Date: Jan 1904 Total Performances: 80

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Aboard a steamship and London


Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Max Hoffman, Sr. and Melville Ellis; Book by John J. McNally; Lyrics by George V. Hobart and Edward Gardenier; Musical Director: Max Hoffman, Sr.
Staged by Herbert Gresham and Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Ernest Gros and Ernest Albert; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Cast
Neva Aymar
Evelyn Birmingham
Helen Barrett
Ensemble
Jean Baxter
Ensemble
Vinnie Bradcome
Ensemble
Frances Bradford
Ensemble
Harry Brown
Mike Dugan
William J. Cale
Barney Barnegat
Florence Carrette
Ensemble
James Cherry
Tom Helper
Josephine Clairmont
Ensemble
Lillian Coleman
Marie Patricia
Minerva Courtney
Claire Harte
Joseph Coyne
Harold Harvey
Julia Eastman
Mabel Strong
M. Melville Ellis
Lord Harry Hartford
Frances Folsom
Ensemble
Lee Harrison
Will Conn
Lillie Hart
Ensemble
Davida Hawthorne
Ensemble
Abby Hyatt
Ensemble
Bessie Leyland
Ensemble
Pauline Montreau
Ensemble
George Austin Moore
Charley Cortright
Ole Norman
Captain of the Kronprinz Wilhelm
Carrie Reynolds
Rosie Lotte
Gus Rogers
Ferdinand Falls
Max Rogers
August Furst
Isabelle Scott
Ensemble
Sue Stuart
Peggy Prued
J. S. Thompson
Welter Waite
William Torpey
Dick Decker
Frances Tyson
Dorothy Dorchester
Nettie Uart
Ensemble
Estelle Wilmott
Ensemble
May B. Wood
Mrs. Finch

ACT 1 Sung By
Going Home
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by George V. Hobart and Edward Gardenier)
Chorus
On a Starlight Night
(music by Melville Ellis; lyrics by Edward Gardenier)
Rosie Lotte, Charley Cortright and Full Chorus
Queen of the Bungalow
(music by Max Rogers and Gus Rogers; lyrics by Edward Gardenier)
Ferdinand Falls, August Furst and Evelyn Birmingham
You'll Dream of Me
(music by Melville Ellis; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
Marie Patricia
ACT 2 Sung By
King Edward's Subjects
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
Chorus
The American Beauty
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by George V. Hobart and Edward Gardenier)
Charley Cortright and Chorus
Mr. Breezy
(music by Melville Ellis; lyrics by Edward Gardenier)
Ferdinand Falls, August Furst, Rosie Lotte, Evelyn Birmingham, Peggy Prued, Dorothy Dorchester, Claire Harte and Mabel Strong
By the Sycamo Tree
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
Marie Patricia and Charley Cortright
The Coster's 'Oliday
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
ACT 3 Sung By
Shopping
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by Edward Gardenier)
Chorus
It's Awfully Hard to Shop
(music by Melville Ellis; lyrics by George V. Hobart)
Harold Harvey and Chorus
In Gay New York
(music by Max Hoffmann; lyrics by Edward Gardenier)
Will Conn and Chorus
Say You'll Be a Friend of Mine
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Ferdinand Falls and August Furst