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Love's Young Dream   

 
Daly's Theatre , (9/17/1879 - 9/29/1879)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 17, 1879   
Closing Date:Sep 29, 1879 Total Performances:13

Category: Musical, One Act, Operetta, Comedy, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Book by Joseph Francis; Music by Edward Mollenhauer
Directed by Augustin Daly
Cast
Production Staff
Music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; Written by Olive Logan Sykes; Lyrics by Fred Williams
Directed by Augustin Daly
Cast

ACT 1Sung By
I Am the Champion Swimmer
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
Ben Boulgate
The Continong
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
Ben Boulgate
The Truth
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter
The Ambassador's Wooing
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter
ACT 2Sung By
Crutch and Toothpick
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter
Lalla Rookh
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter
Who Loves Must Dare
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter and Ben Boulgate
ACT 3Sung By
The Muddle Puddle Brakeman
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
Ben Boulgate
Twixt You and Me
(music by Charles Le Cocq, Edward Mollenhauer, Meyer Lutz and DeBrille; lyrics by Fred Williams)
The Hon. Mrs. Peter Porter