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The World's Fair     or, Columbia in the Clouds

Brougham's Lyceum Theatre, (2/10/1851 - 3/06/1851)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Feb 10, 1851    
Closing Date: Mar 06, 1851 Total Performances: 20

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: An original, aboriginal, logical and mythological, opposite and apporistic anonymosity in One Act.

Production Staff
Produced by John Brougham
Musical Director: George Loder
Stage Manager: Henry Lynne
Mr. Baker
a dark Knight
Mrs. W.R. Blake
Juno Februalia
the Oxeyed spouse of Jove, a bit of a bully
Mr. Bristoll
a Son of Apollo, the first regular Practitioner Licensed to Kill
John Brougham
the original Don Joveanni, an uncontroverted Pagan of very doubtful repute
Mr. Dunn
God of Music and Phisic, Inventor Derogatory Type
Mr. Gaylor
Founder of the "Smith" family, and originator of "Old Sledge"
Julia Gould
the winged footman of Olympus, Star of Wall street, patron of pickpockets
Mr. Hunt
Herr Hercules
the King of Clubs, a Deuce of a Fellow, and a very strong trump
Mr. Leach
Bacchus Lyceus
conductor and professor of Geology
Fred Lyster
a professed pugilist and great expounder of the "Hyer" law
Mr. Saurien
a "Fishmonger," Ruler of the Ocean, and a "heavy swell" occasionally
Mary Taylor
a democratic and access-ible genius, liable to be "hailed" by everybody
Miss E. Taylor
Jove's cupbearer, "a heavenly body," although not in the solar system
Mr. Thompson
a Knave of Hearts, a Court Card

Oh this dolce far niente
I Love To See a Red, Red Nose Apollo
I'm Columbia, understand Columbia
When I first saw Parodi Columbia
A Horn, a Horn Bacchus Lyceus