MusicalComedy ExtravaganzaOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Sep 25, 1905
Closing Date
Jan 20, 1906
Performances
33
MusicalComedy ExtravaganzaOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

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Theatres
American Theatre
(Sep 25, 1905 - Sep 30, 1905)
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre
(Nov 20, 1905 - Nov 25, 1905)
West End Theatre
(Nov 27, 1905 - Dec 02, 1905)
American Theatre
(Jan 15, 1906 - Jan 20, 1906)

Description
A Musical Concoction (Musical Comedy Extravaganza) in Two Acts

Setting
Act 1: Parade Grounds, West Point; Act 2: President's Court, Port O'Domingo

Comments
Played at the Metropolis Theatre for 8 perfs. and returned to the American for 8 additional perfs.

Produced by A. H. Woods
Book by Aaron Hoffman and Harry Williams; Lyrics by Aaron Hoffman and Harry Williams; Music by Egbert Van Alstyne; Musical Director: Melville Brown; Featuring songs by Max S. Witte; Featuring songs with lyrics by George H. Broadhurst
Produced under the direction of A. H. Woods and Will N. Drew; Musical numbers staged by Gertrude Hoffman
Tom
Late Flipper Brothers Circus
Colonel Bluff
commander U.S.A.
Senorito Richarado
Spanish Spy
Mrs. Ella Noyes
a widow
Lieutenant Manley
second in command, U.S.A.
Dick
Late Flipper Brothers Circus
Harry
Late Flipper Brothers Circus
Showgirl
Don Garcia
President of the Port O'Domingo
Yearling
The Great Mogul
 
Cadet and Turk
Cadet and Turk
Yearling
Showgirl
Lillian Bluff
Colonel's daughter
Yearling
Yearling
Yearling
Yearling
Cadet and Turk
Yearling
Yearling
Yearling
Showgirl
Malto
Spanish Spy disguised as musician
Showgirl
Showgirl
Yearling
Showgirl
Carson
a waiter
 
Cadet and Turk
Yearling
Cadet and Turk
I'm a Trailer
Yearling
Gallic
Spanish Spy disguised as musician
Cadet and Turk
Reverse
Spanish Spy disguised as musician
Cadet and Turk
Yearling
Yearling
Yearling
Showgirl
Yearling
Showgirl
Congo
the President's servant
Cadet and Turk
music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Aaron Hoffman and Harry Williams
(Unless otherwise noted)
Act 1
Sung By
At West Point
Company
Be My Girl
Lillian Bluff and Lieutenant Manley
Nicodemus
(music by Max S. Witte; lyrics by George H. Broadhurst)
Lillian Bluff, Tom, Dick and Harry
My Nightingale
Senorito Richarado and Chorus
Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown
Lillian Bluff
(Down in) Lovers' Lane
Mrs. Ella Noyes and Chorus
Fight Them Like Your Dear Old Dad
Lieutenant Manley , Tom, Dick, Harry and Company
Act 2
Sung By
Because He Wears That Hat
Don Garcia and Chorus
I Forgot the Rhyme
Tom, Dick and Harry
Bonita Cachelti
Senorito Richarado and Chorus
Cholly
Lillian Bluff and Chorus
Professor and His Pupil
Tom and Dick
Back to U.S.A.
Tom, Dick, Harry and Entire Company
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