MusicalExtravaganzaRevivalBroadway
Opening Date
Mar 21, 1904
Closing Date
Nov 25, 1905
Performances
171
MusicalExtravaganzaRevivalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

The credits for this production have not yet been completed or verified.
Theatres
Majestic Theatre
(Mar 21, 1904 - May 1904)
New York Theatre
(May 02, 1904 - May 21, 1904)
Academy of Music
(Nov 07, 1904 - Dec 31, 1904)
Academy of Music
(Oct 30, 1905 - Nov 25, 1905)

This production is a return engagement of The Wizard of Oz (Jan 20, 1903 - Oct 03, 1903)

Description
A musical in three acts

Setting
A Kansas farm, Munchkinland, the road through the forest, the poppy field, the Wizard's palace, and the Borderland dividing the Kingdom of Oz from the Dominions of the Good Witch

Malvonia
 
Marcel Moreau
Chorus
 
Louis LeBeau
The Witch of the North
Chorus
Chorus
 
Chorus
Chorus
The Poppy Queen
 
Semponia
 
Pansy Lil
Remnante Saute
Cynthia Cynch
 
Gloriana Jane
Sir Dashemoff Daily
Violet Victoria
 
Chorus
 
Vera Ellen
 
Premonia
Chorus
 
Silicus
The Army of Pastoria
 
Alonzo
Chorus
Chorus
Francois Giblets
 
Chorus
Antonia
 
Chorus
 
Alberto
 
Captain of the Patrol
Tryxie Tryffle
Golfman
 
Leo
Chorus
Tommie Top
 
Chorus
 
Jean deChar
Leontine Em
 
Chorus
 
Simon Slick
Bardo
 
Gladys Ann
 
Chorus
 
Sophronia
Lavinia Loo
 
Chorus
Chorus
The Cowardly Lion
 
Diogenes
Sophocles
Chorus
Dorothy Gale
Pungue DeSert
 
Chorus
Chorus
Sir Wiley Gyle
Chorus
Mick Chopper
Brigadier General Riskitt
Chorus
 
Snow Queen
 
Claude Cliquot
The Cow named Imogene
Chorus
The Scarecrow
Alphonese Fripon
 
Chorus
Chorus
Pastoria II
Chorus
 
Aileen Nance
 
Peter Pop
Chorus
Chorus
music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
Life in Kansas
(music by Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
Niccolo's Piccolo
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Cynthia Cynch
The Tale of the Cassowary
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Cynthia Cynch
Down on the Brandywine
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Tryxie Tryffle and Pastoria II
Carrie Barry
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Glen MacDonough)
Dorothy Gale
Alas for the Man Without Brains
(music by Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
The Scarecrow
I Love You All the Time
(music by Will R. Anderson; lyrics by Will R. Anderson)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
Mary Canary
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
When You Love, Love, Love
(music by Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
The Scarecrow, Mick Chopper and Dorothy Gale
Poppy Chorus
(music by Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
Act 2
Sung By
The Tale of the Red Shirt
(music by Brackett and Medor; lyrics by Brackett and Medor)
Oz
It's Enough to Make a Perfect Lady Mad
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Cynthia Cynch
Medley: Ball of All Nations
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Connemara Christening
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Oz
Gooda-bye, Fedora
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by Harry Williams)
The Scarecrow
Wee-High and Mon
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Mick Chopper
Under a Panama
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Dorothy Gale
An Afternoon Tea
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane and Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
The Scarecrow, Mick Chopper and Dorothy Gale
Johnnie, I'll Take You
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Tryxie Tryffle
I Never Loved a Love as I Love You
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Sir Dashemoff Daily
The Nightmare
(music by James B. Mullen; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
I'd Like to Go Halves in That
(music by David C. Montgomery; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
The Scarecrow and Mick Chopper
Act 3
Sung By
The Traveler and the Pie
(music by Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
The Scarecrow
Must You
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane and Paul Tietjens; lyrics by L. Frank Baum)
Mick Chopper
The Sweetest Girl in Dixie
(music by Bob Adams; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Dorothy Gale
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