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The Rogers Brothers in Paris   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (9/05/1904 - Closing date unknown)
Liberty Theatre, (10/10/1904 - 11/12/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 05, 1904    
Closing Date: Nov 12, 1904 Total Performances: 144

Category: Musical, Farce, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris and St. Louis


Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Max Hoffman, Sr.; Book by John J. McNally; Lyrics by George V. Hobart and Edward Gardenier; Musical Director: Max Hoffman, Sr.
Staged by Herbert Gresham; Musical Staging by Ned Wayburn
Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Scenic Design by Ernest Gros
Cast
Stella Adams
Chorus
Polly Allison
Chorus
Daisy Ashton
Chorus
Marjorie Blair
Chorus
Vinnie Bradcome
Chorus
Helen Brookes
Chorus
Florence Carrette
Chorus
Richard Cochrane
Chorus
Josephine Cohan
Marjorie Kelliher
Lillie Collins
Chorus
John Conroy
P. Sarsfield Kelliher
Gladys Crawford
Chorus
Vinnie Danvers
Chorus
Bessie De Voie
Clairette Soule
Helen DeMond
Chorus
Julia Eastman
Chorus
Monte Elmo
Chorus
Ida Evon
Chorus
Warren Fabian
Chorus
L. B. (Louis) Foley
Leo
Florence Folsom
Chorus
Grace Grindell
Chorus
Lily Hart
Chorus
Davida Hawthorne
Chorus
Dorothy Hunting
Emilie Lamson
Joseph Kane
Justin Little
Bessie Kyle
Chorus
May Lawrence
Chorus
Rosita Lawrence
Chorus
Bessie Leyland
Chorus
May Luby
Chorus
Gertrude Merrill
Chorus
Helen Miller
Chorus
Pauline Montreau
Chorus
George Austin Moore
George Hamilton Dodge
Maud Napier
Chorus
Fred Niblo
Walter Lee Leonard
Emily Nice
Rene Renaud
Pearl Perry
Chorus
Gus Rogers
Rudolph Kahn
Max Rogers
Adolph Finkleleiner
Lillie Ruby
Chorus
Amy Scott
Chorus
Lottie Sennett
Chorus
Willie Torpey
Francois
Doris Townsend
Chorus
Hattie Van Buren
Chorus
Frank C. Young
Pierre Gorot
music by Max Hoffman, Sr.; lyrics by George V. Hobart and Edward Gardenier
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Soldier Boy Emilie Lamson and Chorus
Belle of the Silvery Nile Rudolph Kahn, Adolph Finkleleiner and Ladies' Ensemble
Yankee Land Rudolph Kahn, Adolph Finkleleiner and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Quarreling Coachmen Men's Ensemble
McNabb! (Who Drives the Cab) P. Sarsfield Kelliher and Coachmen
Society Marjorie Kelliher
The American Minstrels in Paris Clairette Soule and Pierre Gorot
By the Old Oak Tree (By the Sycamore Tree) Emilie Lamson and George Hamilton Dodge
ACT 3 Sung By
Kindness Leo and Animals
Pretty Polly George Hamilton Dodge
The Village Maid
(lyrics by Max Hoffman, Sr.)
Rudolph Kahn, Adolph Finkleleiner and Marjorie Kelliher