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Twirly Whirly   

Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall, (9/11/1902 - 4/11/1903)
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Opening Date: Sep 11, 1902    
Closing Date: Apr 11, 1903 Total Performances: 247

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Mrs. Stockson Bond's Castle near Seville


Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by William T. Francis and John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith and Robert B. Smith; Musical Director: William T. Francis; Additional music by John T. Kelly; Additional lyrics by John T. Kelly and Wilton Lackaye
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Eva Allen
Nevers Ober
Louise Allen
Mary MacPain
Will Archie
Walker Tighe
Hanki Panki Poo
Frankie Bailey
Don Carrara
Mabel Barrison
Henri
Eugenie Bashford
Pikastringa
Charles A. Bigelow
Ebeneezer Doolittle
Edna Birch
Senor Dogeaquicca
Grace Bishop
Villa Atwater
Carrie Bowman
Senorita Adagio
Edith Caine
Wagner Recker
Mamie Chapin
Reuben Skinner
Mattie Chapin
Cunningham Goode
Bessie Clayton
Specialty
William Collier
Bob Upton
Peter F. Dailey
Buck Winger
Lillian Diamond
Malden Mayer
Peggy Donaldson
Mrs. Parke Ryder
Lew M. Fields
Meyer Ausgaaben
Virginia Foltz
Don Muskeeta
Carolyn Fostelle
Senor Climafensa
Emily Francis
Senor Runafasti
Lillian Harris
Donna Gazabo
May Harris
Will Knott
Jean Hassall
Stryker Carr
Ollie Hatfield
Tode Holmas
Grace Heckler
Lazilofer
Bena Hoffman
Cummings Low
Mollie Hoffman
Waldorf Bragg
Katherine Howland
Senor Jumpigooda
Ethel Jewett
Sue Ayres
John T. Kelly
Roger McCracken
Eleanor Kendall
Fuller Dewar
Anna Leslie
Senora Fricadillo
May Leslie
Senora Andante
Frankie Loeb
Senor Wavaraggi
Agnes Lynn
Plunkageeta
Mabel Lynn
Don Cheroota
May MacKenzie
Don Guavajelli
Bonnie Maginn
Lieutenant Connyngtower
Eva Merrill
Jay Mariner
Anna Miller
Lotta Munn
Estelle Moyer
Pirouetta
Gertie Moyer
Paseula
Ilma Pratt
Donna Vetta
Annie Revere
Senor Stabbatatauro
Lillian Russell
Mrs. Stockson Bond
Laura Senac
Tremuloso
Winnie Siegrist
Chase Kidd
Gertrude Taylor
Mrs. Colton Stryker
Fay Templeton
Maude Moraine
Vernie Wadsworth
Senor Spunkiflagga
Joseph M. Weber
Michael Schlaatz
Elizabeth Young
Cortright Lamb

ACT 1 Sung By
Ping Pong
(music by John Stromberg and W.T. Francis; lyrics by Robert B. Smith)
Ensemble
Romeo
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ebeneezer Doolittle
Strike Out, McCracken
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Roger McCracken
In Stage Land
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Bob Upton and Mary MacPain
The Long Green
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Robert B. Smith)
Mrs. Stockson Bond
Kit
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Bob Upton
The Vaudeville King
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Buck Winger
Susie Woosie
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Buck Winger
Priscilla
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Robert B. Smith and Edgar Smith)
Specialty
ACT 2 Sung By
A Buenna Senorita Am I
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Dream One Dream of Me
(music by John Stromberg and W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Tell Us, Jolly Sailors
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Michael Schlaatz, Meyer Ausgaaben, Buck Winger, Bob Upton, Lieutenant Connyngtower, Henri, Pirouetta and Paseula
After Dinner
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
Come Down, My Evenin' Star
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Robert B. Smith)
Mrs. Stockson Bond
My Intimate Friend
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by Wilton Lackaye)
Maude Moraine
Big Pound Cake
(music by John T. Kelly; lyrics by John T. Kelly)
Michael Schlaatz, Meyer Ausgaaben, Buck Winger and Bob Upton