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The Big Stick   

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 Morton Dolly Donahue
Kate Morton Mrs. Donahue
Paul Morton Danny Donahue
Sam Morton Daniel Donahue
a contractor
Lexie Clarke Edan Hyde
American Ladies' Quartette
Jeanne Edwards Gladys Howard
American Ladies' Quartette
Margaret Flavin Mrs. Fitzhugh
who minds everybody's business
Tony Hart Professor Bauerschmidt
a music teacher
Ernest Mack Vecchio Giovani
a padrone
Butler Mandeville John Flint
a money shark
a servant
Frank Sheen Egbert Penrose
not himself!
Marion Sherwood Gladiolus Montgomery
in employ of Flint
May Thompson Guinevere
the cook
Edyth Warner Gertrude Fitzgerald
American Ladies' Quartette
Agnes Williamson Marie Lusardi
American Ladies' Quartette

I (Would) Still Love You
(music by C. W. Murphy; lyrics by Harry Castling)
Dolly Donahue
Christine Swanson Danny 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-a Dolly Donahue