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The Street Singer   

American Theatre, (9/12/1904 - 9/24/1904)
West End Theatre, (10/17/1904 - 10/22/1904)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Sep 12, 1904    
Closing Date: Oct 22, 1904 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in four acts
Setting: The Van Voort Summer home on the Hudson, Violet's apartment, West 23rd Street, Erie Railroad in New York, the Isle Pine Forest in Lakewood, New Jersey, a street in New York City, and Morgan Van Voort'

Production Staff
Produced by B.E. Forrester and Harry Mittenthal
Music Adapted by Victor Colwell; Musical Director: Victor Colwell; Book by James Halleck Reid; Additional music by Ted S. Barron; Additional lyrics by Edgar Malone
Stage direction by William Deane; Choreographed by Emil Hansel
Costume Design by Van Horn and Son
Frank Baldwin
James Brown
Florence Bindley
Violet Vodray
Maud Colwell
Effie Pearl
Bigelow Cooper
Lawrence Winfield
Jeanette D'Arville
Zaza Maloney
Edna May Donohew
Prudence Villars
John F. Donovan
Thomas Jackson
Katherine Dooling
Kathleen Burns
Elizabeth Dunphy
Mazie DuBarry
Claire Grenville
Madge Westervelt
Joseph W. Herbert
Michael Dooley
Harriette Keyes
Marie Fitch
Arda La Croix
John Vodray
Guy Lewis
William Van Voort
Toby Lyons
Dr. William West
Frederick Morgan
John Murray
George Morgan
Patrick Quinn
George Pauncefort
Morgan Van Voort
Agnes Porter
Mona Mayme
M. W. Rale
Antoine Jean Xavier
Eleanor Russell
Winnie Searles
music by Victor Colwell
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Like Katy Did Marie Fitch, Mazie DuBarry, Effie Pearl, Prudence Villars, Winnie Searles and Zaza Maloney
ACT 2 Sung By
Billy (My Billy Boy)
(music by Ted S. Barron; lyrics by Edgar Malone)
Violet Vodray, Mazie DuBarry, Effie Pearl, Prudence Villars, Winnie Searles and Zaza Maloney
ACT 3 Sung By
Carmina Violet Vodray
My Dixie Lou Violet Vodray and Her Girls