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Sons of Ham   

Grand Opera House, (4/29/1901 - 5/04/1901)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 29, 1901    
Closing Date: May 04, 1901 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Comedy, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Swampville, Tennessee

Production Staff
Produced by Jules Hurtig and Harry Seamon
Book by Jesse A. Shipp and Stephen B. Cassin; Music by Bert Williams and George Walker; Lyrics by Bert Williams and George Walker; Additional music by R.C. MacPherson, Esterman and James Brymm; Additional lyrics by Tom Lemonier, Esterman and James Brymm
Staged by Jesse A. Shipp
James Burris
Ed. Chappell
Joseph Simkins
W.H. Chappelle

Arthur Coates
Richard Connors
Joshua Pipes
Abbie Mitchell Cook

Anna E. Cook
Dinah Patterson
Will Marion Cook

Maggie Davis
Fred Douglas
Willie Wataboy
Sheppard H. Edmonds

Florence Ellsworth
Samantha Johnson
Mamie Emerson
Clara Freeman
Patsy Patterson
Pauline Freeman
Nellie Glenn
Pete Hampton
Hampton J.J. Flam
George Harris

Lavine Jones
Alice Mackey
James McDonald

Charles H. Moore

Will Murray

George W. Pickett
Joe Jenkins
John C. Pittman

Maggie Rector

Mamie Rector
Arthur Reese
Aniesta Babdola
Ollie Reese
Jenarusha Hassambad
Jennie Scheper
Jesse A. Shipp
Professor Switchen
Fred W. Simpson

Frank Sutton
Aida Overton Walker
Caroline Jenkins
George Walker
Harty Lafter
Estelle Ware

Odessa Warren
G. W. Washington
Ben Jenkins
Nellie Wells
Bert Williams
Tobias Wormwood
Lottie Williams
Gabb Slangtry
Marie Williams
Fannie Winfred
Henry Winfred
music by Reynold Williams and George Walker; lyrics by Bert Williams and George Walker
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
(Royal) Sons of Ham
(music by R.C. MacPherson; lyrics by Tom Lemonier)
Hampton J.J. Flam and Chorus
When the Corn Is Waving Patsy Patterson and Quartette
Sparkling Ruby Caroline Jenkins
Health Exercise Patsy Patterson and Fluffy
Dinah Mariah and Chorus
My Little Zulu Babe
(music by Esterman and James Brymm; lyrics by Esterman and James Brymm)
Tobias Wormwood, Harty Lafter and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Cairo Ensemble
When the Heart is Young
Fortune-Telling Coon Tobias Wormwood
She's Getting More Like White Folks Every Day Tobias Wormwood
Blackville Strutters Harty Lafter