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The Sunshine Girl   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (2/03/1913 - 6/21/1913)
Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/01/1913 - 9/20/1913)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 03, 1913    
Closing Date: Sep 20, 1913 Total Performances: 181

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Port Sunshine


Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Book by Paul A. Rubens and Cecil Raleigh; Music by Paul A. Rubens; Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis and Paul A. Rubens; Musical Director: Augustus Barratt; Featuring songs by John Golden; Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn
Staged by J. A. E. Malone
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert and Homer Emens; Costume Design by Lord and Taylor and Russell Uniform Co.
Cast
Dorothy Berry
Lily
Head of Department
Irene Castle
Dance Specialty
Vernon Castle
Lord Bicester
Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker
Joseph Cawthorn
Schlump
and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land'
Eva Davenport
Mrs. Blacker
Schlump's Wife, calling herself by her maiden name
Florence Deshon
Kate
Head of Department
Dickson Elliott
Boggs
Photographer
William T. Francis Jr.
Policeman
Russell Griswold
Williams
Solicitor
Flossie Hope
Marie Silvaine
Head of the Packing Department
Irene Hopping
Sybil
Head of Department
J. J. Horwitz
Stepnyak
Manager of the Continental Department
Constance Hunt
Violet
Head of Department
Owen Jones
Flunkey
Eileen Kearney
Lady Rosabelle Merrydew
Lord Bicester's Fiancee
Harry Law
Swell
Lew Leroy
Policeman
Tom Lewis
Steve Daly
an American in the advertising department
Charles McGee
Flunkey
Alan Mudie
Vernon Blundell
E. S. Powell
Hudson
Chief Manager of the Works at Soaptown
Eleanor Rasmussen
Alice
Head of Department
Julia Sanderson
Dora Dale
Edwin Stone
Wears
Manager of the Colonial Department
Ruth Thorpe
Lady Mary
Joseph V. Tullar
Dever
Manager of the Manufacturing Department
Edward C. Yeager
Whitney
Manager of the British Department
music by Paul Rubens; lyrics by Paul Rubens and Arthur Wimperis
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
When You Want a Cake of Soap Chorus
Get a Move On Marie Silvaine (Head of the Packing Department) and Factory Girls
Josephine Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker) and Chorus
You and I Dora Dale and Vernon Blundell
(The) Kitchen Range Steve Daly (an American in the advertising department) and Mrs. Blacker (Schlump's Wife, calling herself by her maiden name)
Chorus of Welcome Ensemble
Ladies Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker) and Dora Dale
Nuts Marie Silvaine (Head of the Packing Department) and Schlump (and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land')
(A) Tiny Touch Dora Dale and Factory Girls
ACT 2 Sung By
Here's to Love Lady Mary and Chorus
The Butler Marie Silvaine (Head of the Packing Department), Mrs. Blacker (Schlump's Wife, calling herself by her maiden name), Lady Rosabelle Merrydew (Lord Bicester's Fiancee), Steve Daly (an American in the advertising department), Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker) and Schlump (and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land')
Take Me For- Dora Dale and Chorus
You Can't Play Every Instrument in the Band
(music by John Golden; lyrics by Joseph Cawthorn)
Schlump (and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land')
Little Girl, Mind How You Go Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker) and Chorus
Little Girl Dance Specialty
Who's the Boss Vernon Blundell, Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker), Steve Daly (an American in the advertising department) and Schlump (and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land')
Miss Blush Dora Dale and Chorus
In Your Defense Lord Bicester (Known as Bingo, a young stockbroker) and Schlump (and ex-four-wheeler driver, no tramping from Land')
I've Been to America Mrs. Blacker (Schlump's Wife, calling herself by her maiden name) and Chorus
(The Argentine) Tango Vernon Blundell and Dora Dale