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Let George Do It   

 
West End Theatre , (4/22/1912 - circa. 4/28/1912)
Manhattan Opera House , (4/29/1912 - 5/04/1912)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Apr 22, 1912   
Closing Date:May 04, 1912 Total Performances:17

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Billy Brush's studio, Along the Highway, The Jolly Jail, and Tulip Inn in Tulip Town.


Production Staff
Produced by The Leffler-Bratton Co.
Book by Aaron Hoffman; Music by Nathaniel D. Ayer and Paul West; Based on the drawings of George McManus; Musical Director: Eugene Salzer; Lyrics by Paul West and Nathaniel D. Ayer; Featuring songs by George W. Meyer and William Cahill; Featuring songs with lyrics by William Cahill, A. Seymour Brown, Joe Goodwin and Jack Bratton
Staged by Al Holbrook
Cast
Isabelle Arbor Miss Hamilton
Girl in High Society
I. Arbuckle Spike
Tillie's brother
Ivan Arbuckle Will Pinchem
a policeman(honest)
Murray Bernard A. Tuffold Knutt
uncle of Dr. Knutt
Vera Burt Dancing Darling
Tom Burton I. Seldom Ketchum
a detective who seldom does
Florence Campbell Miss Ward
Girl in High Society
Francis Campbell Miss Mars
Girl in High Society
Bessie Clay Miss Beechey
Girl in High Society
Helen Coyran Dancing Darling
Columbia DeShield Miss Rogers
Girl in High Society
James Dubois Georges Georges
an excitable Frenchman
Julia Grant Dancing Darling
Grace Howard Dancing Darling
Iva Irby Helen Merritt
in love with Billy Brush
Matt Kennedy Claxton Horn
his mechanician
Russell Lennon Billy Brush
an artist with ambitions
George P. Murphy George George
janitor of the Artists' Apartments
Fay C. Peterson Gus Gasoline
a chauffeur
J. H. Prescott Noah Tipp
head waiter at Tulip Inn
Goldier Redding Miss Atwood
Girl in High Society
Jennie Reiser Miss Graham-White
Girl in High Society
Peggy Rich Dancing Darling
W. H. Rupert Wanta Tipp
another waiter
Frederica Smith Dancing Darling
Leona Stephens Tillie Ticker
a telegraph operator at Hotel Astor
Mildred Stevens Miss Curtis
Girl in High Society
Anna Trainer Dancing Darling
Lottie Wesner Dancing Darling
Arthur Wilson X. Press
transfer man
Mildred Wood Mrs. Georges Georges
an automobile enthusiast
Abbott Worthley Dr. Theopholus Knutt
a young New York physician
Minthorne Worthley Hazel May
a Newport society bud
music by Paul West and Nathaniel D. Ayer; lyrics by Paul West and Nathaniel D. Ayer
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
We've Painted All the Morning Artists, Models, and Chorus
Helen's Hat Billy Brush (an artist with ambitions), Helen Merritt (in love with Billy Brush) and Chorus
Spoony Words Dr. Theopholus Knutt (a young New York physician) and Hazel May (a Newport society bud)
I'd Rather Go to Jail George George (janitor of the Artists' Apartments)
Waltz Me (Up) to the Altar, Waiter Tillie Ticker (a telegraph operator at Hotel Astor)
Night Time's the Right Time to Spoon with the Girl You Love
(music by George W. Meyer; lyrics by Joe Goodwin and Jack Bratton)
Helen Merritt (in love with Billy Brush) and Billy Brush (an artist with ambitions)
The Gum Shoe Man Tillie Ticker (a telegraph operator at Hotel Astor) and Small Folks
ACT 2Sung By
Two Lips Are Waiting in Tulip Town Helen Merritt (in love with Billy Brush) and Chorus
The Band Came Back
(lyrics by A. Seymour Brown)
George George (janitor of the Artists' Apartments)
The Dramatic Rag Tillie Ticker (a telegraph operator at Hotel Astor), Georges Georges (an excitable Frenchman) and Chorus
Confidence George George (janitor of the Artists' Apartments) and Girls
Don't You Ever Think About Me, Dearie?
(music by William Cahill; lyrics by William Cahill)
Dr. Theopholus Knutt (a young New York physician) and Hazel May (a Newport society bud)
In a Bungalow for Two Helen Merritt (in love with Billy Brush), Billy Brush (an artist with ambitions) and Chorus