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The Errand Boy   

Haverly's 14th Street Theatre, (10/31/1904 - 11/05/1904)
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Opening Date: Oct 31, 1904    
Closing Date: Nov 05, 1904 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Opera House, George's Mills, New Hampshire, Hemlock's Grocery Store and Hotel

Production Staff
Produced by Sam H. Harris, Al Woods and P. H. Sullivan
Book by George Totten Smith; Musical Director: Edwin L. Walker; Featuring songs with lyrics by Edward P Moran
Production Supervised by Sam Marion
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by Mme. Freisinger and Thomas McIlvaine
M. J. Anderson
Bo Nagel
William Arcall
Dura Chase
Novelty Comedy Four
Rose Beaumont
Gloriana Bird
Clem Bevins
Pinkerton Pinch
May Bishop
Mrs. Sawyer
Florence Brooks
Jersuha Pickens
Maud Cecil
Segaro Garcio
W.S. Cetti
Noah Kidhart
Novelty Comedy Four
Charles Clovet
Austin Russell
Marguerite Cogan
Trixy Tirl
Dave Coogan
Wilber Young
Helena DaNourie
Jessie Joy
Dave Davis
Billy Carter
Abbot Davison
MacCullough Muggs
Sylvia Diamond
Lillie Laugh
Frank C. Evans
Silas Hemlock
Ida Gerard
Manuel Alvorez
Rose Gilday
Senor Pesacos
Amy Gillette
Senor Lopez
Edith Hart
Sally Hemlock
William S. Hart
R.T.D. Boggs
Lola Hilton
Sally Singer
Francis King
Carlos Pedro
Blanche Latell
Becky Skinner
William Lawrence
Orlando Boyce
Novelty Comedy Four
May Lloyd
Tessie Tease
Marcia Loraine
Adamio Patto
Joe Mack
Kerry Baggage
Agnes Marsh
Winnie Wink
Lillian Marsh
Kitty Kick
J. A. Mullen
Luther Chase
Pauline Pearl
Daisy Dance
Kitty Pope
Sadie Smile
Charles Saxon
Sam Sellars
E. R. Scrimshaw
Tracy Colby
Frankie Seymour
Don Pediero
Lizzie Southwalk
Rosario Contraro
Richard Stubbs
Sweat Perkins
Florinne Sweetman
May B. Wright
Mark Tomsen
Henry Stickney
Novelty Comedy Four
Billie B. Van
Patsy Bolivar
Gladys Walker
Alonzo Dorez
Stella Warner
Carrie Chirp
Nettie Wheeler
Bessie Blush
W. E. Whitehall
Bert Martin

ACT 1 Sung By
The Painters and the Rube Novelty Comedy Four, Bert Martin, Tracy Colby, Luther Chase and Bo Nagel
The Greatest Show on Earth MacCullough Muggs and Chorus
Gloriana Gloriana Bird and Chorus
Patsy Bolivar (from THE JERSEY LILY) Patsy Bolivar and Chorus
Girly, Girly (from HOITY TOITY)
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Gloriana Bird and Sam Sellars
Say, Sal Patsy Bolivar, Sally Hemlock and Chorus
Spain, Beautiful Spain Gloriana Bird, Patsy Bolivar and Chorus
The Katydid (the Cricket and the Frog) (from NANCY BROWN)
(music by James Weldon Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole)
Sally Hemlock, MacCullough Muggs, Silas Hemlock and May B. Wright
The Battle of the Daisies and the Ferns Gloriana Bird and Entire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Mary Canary (from THE WIZARD OF OZ)
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Gloriana Bird and Full Chorus
(Poor) Robinson Crusoe
(music by Seymour Furth; lyrics by Edward P Moran)
Patsy Bolivar and Chorus
Isn't It Lovely to Be on the Stage Gloriana Bird and Patsy Bolivar