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The Silver Slipper   

Broadway Theatre, (10/27/1902 - 3/14/1903)
Grand Opera House, (8/31/1903 - circa. 9/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 27, 1902    
Closing Date: Sep 1903 Total Performances: 168

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The College of Sir Victor Shallamar, Planet Venus, Neuilly Fair, France, and Paris, France

Production Staff
Produced by John C. Fisher
Music by Leslie Stuart; Book by Owen Hall; Lyrics by W. H. Risque; Book adapted by Clay M. Greene; Musical Director: Arthur Weld; Additional music by Arthur Weld, Landon Ronald and Ivan Caryll; Additional lyrics by Leslie Stuart, Charles H. Taylor, George Rollitt and Percy Greenbank
Staged by James Francis; Assistant Director: Harry Burcher
Costume Design by Charles Alias; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert
Marie Allen
John Ardizone
Sam Bernard
Henry Bismarck Henschs
Edith Blair
Cynthia Grey
Harry Burcher
Roland Western
Dollie Corke
Mai De Villiers
The Queen of Venus
Gertrude Douglas
Susan Drake
Snitz Edwards
Sir Victor Shallamar
Atherton B. Furlong
Douglas Wharton
Mackenzie Gordon
Donald Gregor
Daisy Greene
Beatrice Grenville
Benjamin Hapgood Burt
Algernon Hepworth
Frances Hill
Minnie Lomas
Sadie Hollister
Jennie Vercker
Edna Wallace Hopper
Rebecca Kaufman
Lillie Lawton
Sallie Lomax
Louise Lonsdale
Maisie Brooks
Rose Martin
W. H. Pringle
Fred Rollins
Marjorie Relyea
Helen Royton
Josie Sadler
Belle Jimper
Cyril Scott
Berkeley Shallamar
Jack Taylor
Harry Powler
Maggie Taylor
Maud Thomas
Ella Hatfield
Alice Toland
Clarita Vidal
Mary Estelle
Margaret Walker
Fred Walsh
Claude Coucher
Janice Wynne

music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by W. H. Risque
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Invocation of Venus
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
The Queen of Venus and Female Chorus
A Glimpse Stella and Venus Chorus
ACT 1 Sung By
To-night's the Night Sir Victor Shallamar and Chorus
Fun on a Motor
(music by Landon Ronald; lyrics by George Rollitt)
Berkeley Shallamar and Chorus
Two Eyes of Blue
(lyrics by Charles H. Taylor)
Donald Gregor
If I Were a Girl Instead
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
ACT 2 Sung By
The Baby with the Dimple and the Smile Wrenne and Female Chorus
The Detrimental Man
(lyrics by Charles H. Taylor)
Berkeley Shallamar and Chorus
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Wrenne and Berkeley Shallamar
If Hearts But Knew
(music by Arthur Weld)
The Queen of Venus and Donald Gregor
Come Little Girl
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Dione, Cleo, Ira, Astria, Lydia, Judicia, Roland Western, Harry Powler, Algernon Hepworth, Claude Coucher, Fred Rollins and Douglas Wharton
Because I Love You Dear Donald Gregor
Tessie, You Are the Only, Only, Only (Replaced "Because I Love You Dear" during run) Donald Gregor
Four and Twenty Little Men Wrenne and 24 Men
(lyrics by Charles H. Taylor)
Belle Jimper and Chorus