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Tillie's Nightmare   

Herald Square Theatre, (5/05/1910 - 7/09/1910)
Manhattan Opera House, (12/18/1911 - circa. 12/1911)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 05, 1910    
Closing Date: Dec 1911 Total Performances: 85

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Skaneateles, New York, New York City, the Yacht "Tillie", Paris, and the airship "The Eagle"
Comments: Original run was 77 performances; December return engagement was 8 performances.



Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: George A. Nichols; Featuring songs by John L. Golden; Featuring songs with lyrics by John L. Golden
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by John H. Young
Cast
Theresa Allen
Chorus
Burrell Barbaretto
Smiley Bragg
a New York commercial drummer
Gertrude Barnard
Chorus
Josephine Brandell
Chorus
J. C. Breese
Chorus
May Brennan
Mrs. Jeffries Wolgast Rush
in search of a bargain
Chorus
Alleta Bridgeford

Octavia Broske
Maude Blobbs
Tillie's sister
Meta Caldwell
Chorus
Margaret Carlin
Chorus
Olive Carr
Chorus
Gladys Coleman
Chorus
Nora Cotter
Chorus
Sally Daly
Chorus
Nellie DeGrasse
Miss Johnson
in charge of perfume counter at Pettingill's
Barry Delaney
Dr. Rudolf Salve
of Bargain Ambulance Corps, at Pettingill's
Chorus
Marie Dressler
Tillie Blobbs
a boarding house drudge
Hazel Drouant
Chorus
Marie Fachionette
Miss Thompson
in charge of ribbon counter at Pettingill's
Ethel Fairbanks
Chorus
Carl Gordon
Mr. Henry Peck
of East Lemon, New Jersey
Germany
An Ambassador
George Gorman
A Broadway Policeman
Harry Frost
of the vaudeville team "Frost and Snow"
Nip
Sailor of the Yacht "Tillie"
John E. Gorman
Metropole Bill
a pickpocket
Tuck
Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's
America
An Ambassador
Robert E. Graham
Chorus
Virginia Gunther
Chorus
Joseph Hadley
Chorus
May Hanlon
Chorus
Andrew Harper
Jean
Chorus
J. Clarence Harvey
Harvey Tinker
an unappreciated inventor
Lillian Hazel
Chorus
Fred Hill
Mexico
An Ambassador
Hilda Hoffman
Chorus
Katherine Humphrey
Chorus
Marie Hurst
Chorus
Harry Laughlin
Chorus
Harriet Leidy
Chorus
Mildred Livingston
Chorus
Bernard Lyons
Italy
An Ambassador
Ethel Lytle
Chorus
Eva Marlow
Nell
Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's
Chorus
Garfield Meixner
Chorus
May Montford
Peroxia Snow
excess baggage with "Frost and Snow"
Piertro Moutalba
Russia
An Ambassador
Mazie Murray
Chorus
Horace Newman
Slim Pettingill
a small town genius with metropolitan aspirations
Edith Offurt
Chorus
Louise Orth
Chorus
Susie Pitt
Chorus
Carrie Poltz
Bell
Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's
Chorus
Florrie Poltz
Chorus
Dell
Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's
Harry Pond
Chorus
Sim Pulen
A Taxi Chauffeur
Lew Quinn
Dorset Walkingly
head floorwalker at Pettingill's
Captain Fitzpelet
of the Yacht "Tillie"
Bess Ryan
Chorus
Mina Schall
Chorus
Kathryn Schuyler
Chorus
Ernest Sharrock
Chorus
Lois Stowe
Chorus
Florence Topham
Chorus
Lottie Uart
Tillie's Mother
a voice
Mrs. Grouch
shopping for pink ribbon
Louis Von Blake
Chorus
Ralph Watson
Chorus
Arthur Whitman
Chorus
Harry Wilcox
A Newsboy
Chorus
Nellie Wilkie
Stell
Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's
Chorus
George Williams
England
An Ambassador
music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by Edgar Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl Tillie Blobbs (a boarding house drudge)
White Light Lane Ensemble
There He Goes Slim Pettingill (a small town genius with metropolitan aspirations) and Chorus
Shopping Ensemble
Every Pretty Girl Dorset Walkingly (head floorwalker at Pettingill's), Models and Chorus
Shopping Glide Dorset Walkingly (head floorwalker at Pettingill's) and Miss Thompson (in charge of ribbon counter at Pettingill's)
I Want to Bring You a Ring
(music by John L. Golden; lyrics by John L. Golden)
Smiley Bragg (a New York commercial drummer), Hello Girls and Chorus
The Wedding Rehearsal Tillie Blobbs (a boarding house drudge) and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Life Is What We Make It, After All Maude Blobbs (Tillie's sister) and Male Chorus
Shipboard Frolics Nip (Sailor of the Yacht "Tillie") and Tuck (Aaron's "Hello" Girl at Pettingill's)
Spook Dance Aaron's Dancing Dolls
Be-Bee Grisettes, Yankee Wives, Americans, Chanteuse, Bou
What I Could Do Upon the Stage Tillie Blobbs (a boarding house drudge)
Flight of the Air Ship Ensemble