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Mlle. Modiste   

Jolson's 59th Street Theatre, (10/07/1929 - 10/1929)
Casino Theatre, (10/21/1929 - 11/16/1929)
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Opening Date: Oct 07, 1929    
Closing Date: Nov 16, 1929 Total Performances: 48

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts and three scenes
Setting: Paris, France. One year time span between Act I and Act II.

Production Staff
Produced by Jolson Theatre Musical Comedy Company
Music by Victor Herbert; Book by Henry Blossom; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Musical Director: Louis Kroll
Staged by Milton Aborn; Choreographed by Albertina Rasch
Costume Design by Tams and Rose Mandel
Grace AldenEnsemble
Amy AlexanderEnsemble
Frank AlexanderEnsemble
Flavia ArcaroMme. Cecile
proprietress of a Parisian hat shop
Edith ArtleyFanchette
Mme. Cecile's daughter
Frances BavielloBebe
dancer at Folies Bergere
Marion BlauEnsemble
Marjorie BoothEnsemble
Evelyn BrownEnsemble
William BurbankEnsemble
Arthur BurckleyGaston
an artist, Mme. Cecile's son
Maude CarletonEnsemble
James CarlinEnsemble
Florence CaselleNanette
Mme. Cecile's daughter
Emma CurtisEnsemble
Lee DalyFrancois
porter at Mme. Cecile's
Louis DiamondEnsemble
William EllisEnsemble
Elizabeth FlanniganEnsemble
Sally GalbreaithEnsemble
Milton GallagherEnsemble
Ida GoodrichEnsemble
Wee GriffinEnsemble
Marie GrimaldiPremier Danseuse
Peggy GuilbertEnsemble
Ione HaalsEnsemble
Helen HeldEnsemble
Betty HinesEnsemble
Ralph HoytEnsemble
Lucyle KeelingMarie Louise de Bouvray
Etienne's sister
Harry KnabenshueEnsemble
George KoenigEnsemble
Anna KoonsEnsemble
Florine LacluyzeEnsemble
Florence Lamorer'eEnsemble
Mary LeavittEnsemble
Ethel LynneEnsemble
Theresa MastersEnsemble
William J. McCarthyGeneral Le Marquis de Villefranche
Nell McCormickEnsemble
Eileen McGannEnsemble
Bert MelroseEnsemble
Bernice MershonMrs. Hiram Bent
Eleanor MeyerEnsemble
Roy MillerEnsemble
Gertrude NobleEnsemble
Helen PetrieEnsemble
Dolly PierceEnsemble
Detmar PoppenHenri de Bouvray
Comte de St. Mar
Richard PowellHiram Bent
an American millionaire
Robert RhodesCapt. Etienne de Bouvray
Comte de St. Mar's nephew
Bernie SagerEnsemble
Pearl SaundersEnsemble
Fritzi ScheffFifi
Ruth SharpeEnsemble
Blanche ShockEnsemble
Helen SmytheEnsemble
Alexander StockEnsemble
Cecelia StockdaleEnsemble
Edward TaylorEnsemble
Roland TudorLieut. Rene La Motte
engaged to Marie Louise
Dorothy WadleighEnsemble
Lillian WallaceEnsemble
Jane WaltersEnsemble
Adeline WhiteEnsemble
Homer WrightEnsemble
Bronek WrobleskiEnsemble
Francesco YannelliEnsemble
Hobson YoungEnsemble
Meredith YoungEnsemble
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
Furs and Feathers, Buckles and BowsFanchette (Mme. Cecile's daughter), Nanette (Mme. Cecile's daughter) and Girls
When the Cat's Away the Mice Will PlayFanchette (Mme. Cecile's daughter), Nanette (Mme. Cecile's daughter) and Mme. Cecile (proprietress of a Parisian hat shop)
The Time, the Place and the GirlCapt. Etienne de Bouvray (Comte de St. Mar's nephew) and Chorus
If I Were on the Stage (Kiss Me Again)Fifi
Love Me, Love My DogGaston (an artist, Mme. Cecile's son)
Hats Make the WomanFifi and Female Chorus
FinaleEntire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
I Want What I Want When I Want ItHenri de Bouvray (Comte de St. Mar)
Ze English LanguageGaston (an artist, Mme. Cecile's son)
The Mascot of the Troop (Mascot of the Moon)Fifi and Male Ensemble
The Dear Little Girl Who is GoodLieut. Rene La Motte (engaged to Marie Louise) and Female Ensemble
The Keokuk Culture ClubMrs. Hiram Bent and Ensemble
The Nightingale and the StarFifi
FinaleEntire Company