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West End Theatre, (2/24/1908 - 2/29/1908)
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Opening Date: Feb 24, 1908    
Closing Date: Feb 29, 1908 Total Performances: 8

Category: Play, Play with music, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: Long Island City and Riverside Drive, New York

Production Staff
Musical Director: Leon Polachek; Written by George V. Hobart; Featuring "I (Would) Still Love You" by C. W. Murphy and Harry Castling; Featuring "Since Arrah Wanna Married Barney Carney" by Theodore M. Morse and Jack Drislane; Featuring "I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark" by Harry Williams and Egbert Van Alstyne
Stage direction by Charley Grapewin
General Manager: John P. Daly
Clara MortonDolly Donahue
Kate MortonMrs. Donahue
Paul MortonDanny Donahue
Sam MortonDaniel Donahue
a contractor
Lexie ClarkeEdan Hyde
American Ladies' Quartette
Jeanne EdwardsGladys Howard
American Ladies' Quartette
Margaret FlavinMrs. Fitzhugh
who minds everybody's business
Tony HartProfessor Bauerschmidt
a music teacher
Ernest MackVecchio Giovani
a padrone
Butler MandevilleJohn Flint
a money shark
a servant
Frank SheenEgbert Penrose
not himself!
Marion SherwoodGladiolus Montgomery
in employ of Flint
May ThompsonGuinevere
the cook
Edyth WarnerGertrude Fitzgerald
American Ladies' Quartette
Agnes WilliamsonMarie Lusardi
American Ladies' Quartette

I (Would) Still Love You
(music by C. W. Murphy; lyrics by Harry Castling)
Dolly Donahue
Christine SwansonDanny Donahue
Since Arrah Wanna Married Barney Carney
(music by Theodore M. Morse; lyrics by Jack Drislane)
Dolly Donahue
I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark (from A KNIGHT FOR A DAY)
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Dolly Donahue
Too a roi-oor a Loi-aDolly Donahue