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Hodge, Podge & Co.   

Hoyt's Theatre, (10/23/1900 - 12/22/1900)
Grand Opera House, (4/22/1901 - circa. 4/1901)
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Opening Date: Oct 23, 1900    
Closing Date: Apr 1901 Total Performances: 81

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical comedy in three acts
Setting: Howlinghurst-on-the-Hudson

Production Staff
Produced by Frank McKee
Music by John W. Bratton and Harry Pleon; Adapted from the German by George V. Hobart; Lyrics by Walter Ford; Interpolated numbers by Dave Reed, Gus Edwards, Herman Perlot, Harry T. MacConnell and Robert B. Smith; Musical Director: Herman Perlot; Additional lyrics by George V. Hobart, Harry Pleon and Paul Dresser; Additional music by Paul Dresser
Directed by R. A. Roberts
Scenic Design by Arthur Voegtlin; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Lea Amrose
Gertrude Arden
Frankie Bailey
Sheeza Dream
George W. Barnum
Hiram Hodge
Gussie Bertrand
Marguerite Binford
A Bugler
May Blanchard
William Broderick
Don Antonio d'Careera Cararra
Mabel Cameron
Helen Cheston
Ainshee Grayt
Peter F. Dailey
Rudolf Roastemsum
Mae Edwards
Lottie Ettinger
Mamie Forbes
Marquita Tarantara
Guessah Genn
Edward Garvie
L. Hyde
Marion Harland
Lillian Harris
Kitty Harvey
Jennie Hawley
Carmenita Hodge
Winnie Kramer
Georgie Lawrence
Minnie Rausmittem
Maude LeMonde
Sarah LeMonde
Amy Lesser
Evangeline Hodge
Christie MacDonald
Priscilla Hodge
Stephen Maley
Philip Podge
Alice May
Corinne Mayo
Josie Nagle
Robert S. Pigott
Christopher Chinchilla
Mary E. Post
Bessie Seymour
Lawrence Sheehan
A. Poze
Maud Sloane
Martha Steyne
William Strong
Captain Kaufcatchem
Muriel Ulmer
Frances Wilson
Eulalia Lee
Charles Winters
William Plantes
Edward Wonn
Ledger d'Main
music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Walter Ford
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Springtime Bells Priscilla Hodge and Full Chorus
My Sunflower Sue Rudolf Roastemsum
A Billet Doux
(lyrics by Walter Ford and George V. Hobart)
Rudolf Roastemsum, Priscilla Hodge and Evangeline Hodge
Mine, All Mine Priscilla Hodge
A Soldier of Love Am I Don Antonio d'Careera Cararra
Away to the Links Full Chorus
My Gay Golf Girl Priscilla Hodge
I'm a Scion of the House of Highball Rudolf Roastemsum, Company and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Modest Model Maidens We Chorus
You're Altogether Model Girls Rudolf Roastemsum and Chorus
You Never Can Tell What a Kiss Will Do Rudolf Roastemsum and Priscilla Hodge
Good Night Carmenita Hodge
What a Funny Story
(music by Herman Perlet)
Priscilla Hodge, Carmenita Hodge, Evangeline Hodge, Don Antonio d'Careera Cararra and Christopher Chinchilla
'E Didn't Seem to Know Just Wot to Soy
(music by Harry Pleon; lyrics by Harry Pleon)
Priscilla Hodge and Rudolf Roastemsum
Cindy (I Dreams of You)
(music by Dave Reed; lyrics by Dave Reed)
Rudolf Roastemsum, Priscilla Hodge, Full Company and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
The Blue and the Gray, or A Mother's Gift to Her Country
(music by Paul Dresser; lyrics by Paul Dresser)
I love You Babe, and You Love Me
(music by Harry T. MacConnell; lyrics by Robert B. Smith)
Rudolf Roastemsum and Priscilla Hodge
The Town Folks Will Be Pleased L. Hyde and Minnie Rausmittem
My Charcoal Charmer
(music by Gus Edwards)
Rudolf Roastemsum and Full Chorus
Dream Days of Seville Don Antonio d'Careera Cararra and Carmenita Hodge