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Globe Theatre, (1/10/1910 - 6/04/1910)

Opening Date: Jan 10, 1910
Closing Date: Jun 04, 1910
Total Performances: 166

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: St. Augustine and the Old Town, California

Opening Night Production Staff

Produced by Charles Dillingham

Music by Gustav Luders; Book by George Ade; Lyrics by George Ade; Featuring songs by Alfred G. Robyn, Arthur Pryor and Terry Sherman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Thomas T. Railey, Vincent Bryan and Bob Adams; Musical Director: Arthur Pryor

Staged by Ben Teal

Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Wilhelm and Will R. Barnes

Opening Night Cast

May AinsworthChorus
Morris AveryChorus
Veronique BannerChorus
Alice BelgaGwendolyn Hemenway
a Suffragette
Dorothy BertrandChorus
Nat M. BowesChorus
Gene ColeChorus
Claude CooperDonald MacGookin
a Scotch Tourist
Allene CraterErnestine Bilwether
Bilwether's Ambitious Wife
Grace CrowleyChorus
Verna DaltonChorus
Albert DempseyChorus
Margaret DenverRosalie Band
Doing What She Can
Charles F. DodgeChorus
Clementine DundasJanet Spangle
Helping to Spend the Money
Constance EastmanA Vision
May EllisonChorus
Fred EmersonChorus
Helen FalconerChorus
Dorothy GibsonChorus
Claude GillingwaterThe Hon. Dike Bilwether
a recent Millionaire
Nathalie GreenSerepta Wallace Kitts
a Suffragette
R. H. GreenlawChorus
Josephine HarrimanChorus
Anice HarrisChorus
Elizabeth HawmanChorus
Louise HawmanChorus
John HendricksJim Flanders
a Politician
Flo HenglerCaroline Bristow
Mrs. Bilwether's Niece
May HenglerDiana Bristow
Mrs. Bilwether's Niece
May HopkinsMarie Swift
Helping to Spend the Money
Jeanette JoenChorus
Ethel JohnsonGustiana Jimpsen
a Swedish Maid
Shirley KelloggEthel Trotter
a Social Security
Fawnie Smith
a Suffragette
C. L. KellyChorus
Virginia KendallChorus
Reba KentChorus
Arthur KuestaChorus
Lyndon LawW. Darrell Gimpley
Self-confessed Genius
Mazie LeroyChorus
Beatrice LiddellChorus
Harry LillfordMortimer
a Servant
Dorothy MarloweChorus
Louis MasonChorus
W.J. McCarthyLieutenant Ott Von Up de Graff
Mountain Climber
Seppie McNeilChorus
Evelyn MeredithChorus
Julia MeredithChorus
Charles MitchellJubal Dunkbury
David MontgomeryArchibald Hawkins
Baxter's Manager
Fred PerineAngus Dumfries
a Scotch Tourist
Nancy PooleChorus
Vivian PrichardChorus
Ed. ReaderChorus
Eloise ReedSylvia Luggs
Helping to Spend the Money
Genevieve ReedFlorence Etherington
Helping to Spend the Money
Ada RobertsonChorus
Harold RussellMonsieur DeVaux
a Wire Walker
Fred StoneHenry Clay Baxter
Citified Country Boy
Regina StoneChorus
Ethel TanguayChorus
Frank TurnerChorus
Florence WaltonChorus
Blanche WestChorus
Effie WheelerChorus
Mack WhitingChorus
Anita YongeChorus
Gladys ZellChorus
Violet ZellChorus


music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by George Ade
(Unless otherwise noted)

The Man Who Will Not Love Back
Queen of the One-Ring Show
The Noovo Riche
Electric Signs
When I Would Think of YouArchibald Hawkins (Baxter's Manager), Henry Clay Baxter (Citified Country Boy), Caroline Bristow (Mrs. Bilwether's Niece) and Diana Bristow (Mrs. Bilwether's Niece)
What Man Dare Say
Weak Little Woman
Keep Your Whip in Your Hand
My Japanee
The Militant Suffrage Song
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Thomas T. Railey )
A Popular Song
(music by Alfred G. Robyn; lyrics by Thomas T. Railey )
Travel, Travel, Little Star
(music by Arthur Pryor; lyrics by Vincent Bryan )
Henry Clay Baxter (Citified Country Boy) and Archibald Hawkins (Baxter's Manager)
Goodbye, Christina Swanson
(music by Terry Sherman; lyrics by Bob Adams )
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