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Murray Hill Theatre, (9/14/1903 - 11/28/1903)
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Opening Date: Sep 14, 1903    
Closing Date: Nov 28, 1903 Total Performances: 90

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Merryall Roadhouse, Nancy Delaney's farmhouse, Gilmartin & Co. poolroom, and the New Waldorf Lodging House


Production Staff
Produced by Liebler & Co.
Written by Edward Harrigan; Lyrics by Edward Harrigan; Music by George Braham; Music arranged by George Braham; Musical Director: George Braham
Staged by Edward Harrigan
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange
Cast
Edward Harrigan
Owney Gilmartin
Will Berkes
Third Waiter
Ida Braham
Minnie
Will H. Bray
Syd Slaughter
F. Bond Burke
Major Allison
Dan Collyer
Alonzo Bileover
James H. Corbley
Michael Quigley
Sogee Mike
Joseph Davis
Choo Foo
Toddy Tingle
Maurice Drew

Lillie Eldridge
Dorcas Moffitt
Jane Elton
Lizzie Lutz
Harry Fisher
August Rhinehart
Gilbert Fitzgerald
Winnie Merryall
Addie Gibbons
Myrtle Pinkham
William S. Gill
Beau Marshall
Fred Johnson
Fourth Waiter
Elizabeth King
Mamie Delaney
Maude Knowlton
Dixie Merryall
George Lambert
Beppo
Margaret Manning
Mrs. Choo Foo
Adelaide Manola
Helene
Dave McCall
First Waiter
James McCullough
Peter Hochady
George Merritt
Philo Pinkham
Arthur O'Keefe
"Hiny" Muller
George E. Pierce
Eliza Bluepoint
F. Ryan
Second Waiter
Georgie Snyder
Cigarettes
Joseph Sparks
Emma Holdup
Jennie Stewart
Country Girl
George L. Stout
Royal Moffit
Bob Blinker
W. Watson
Maggie Nugent
Ada Wild
Paula
Louie Wild
Betty Prig
Jay Wilson
Al Singleton
Annie Yeamans
Nancy Delaney
Jennie Yeamans
Susie
music by George Braham; lyrics by Edward Harrigan
Oh, What's the Use? Lizzie Lutz
Limerick's Running Yet Owney Gilmartin
When Mamie, Sweet Mamie's a Bride Owney Gilmartin
The Fringe of Society Susie
A Coon Will Follow a Band Alonzo Bileover and Emma Holdup
Lulu's Honeymoon Helene