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Coming Thro' The Rye   

 
Herald Square Theatre, (1/09/1906 - 2/10/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jan 09, 1906    
Closing Date: Feb 10, 1906 Total Performances: 34

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Satiretta in Two Acts
Setting: Act 1: The temporary studio of Vandyke Brown, in Mrs. Kobb's mansion at Newport; Act 2: At the Newport Casino.



Production Staff
Produced under the personal supervision of George V. Hobart and Will J. Block; Produced by Will J. Block Amusement Company
Book by George V. Hobart; Lyrics by George V. Hobart; Music by A. Baldwin Sloane and J. Sebastian Hiller; Orchestra under the direction of Paul Schindler; Additional music by Bob Adams and Paul Schindler; Additional lyrics by Sam M. Lewis
Stage under the direction of Lewis Hooper; Dances arranged by Joseph C. Smith
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Cast
Nena BlakeBossie Claude
the cowgirl
Frank DoaneLord Battersbee
the Englishman
Alice FisherMrs. Kobb
the capitalist
William Riley HatchWilliam Cactus Claude
the cowboy
Georgia KellyDiana Conway Black
the magazine writer
Dan McAvoyIppy Ipstein
the tailor
John ParkVandyke Brown
the artist
Amelia StoneLoleta
the model
Bertha BehanGee Gee Girl
Bertha BlakePrimrose Bank
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Paul CaseVan Toodle
a rounder
Agnes DasmarLily White
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Daisy DeanGee Gee Girl
Constance FarberGee Gee Girl
Irene FarberGee Gee Girl
Allen K. FosterFlip
the valet
Harry K. FrancisVan Tweedle
a rounder
Bessie Evelyn GibsonDaisy Field
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Percival JenningsAugustus Petro
the magazine writer
Ethel KirkpatrickPinky Lawson
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Florence MartinRosy Day
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Janet McDonaldGee Gee Girl
Maud MillsPoppy Tulips
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Gee Gee Girl
May MurrayGee Gee Girl
Natalie OlcottPansy Potts
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Esther PetrineGee Gee Girl
Florence RandickViolet Hughes
A Sweet Bouquet of Newport's Flora of Fashion
Joseph StandishCountess Christiana
the imposter
Alice SullivanGee Gee Girl
Charles SwayneEaglefeather
the indian
Louis E. Wagner Van Toddle
a rounder
Burt WestonMacon Spayce
the press agent
music by A. Baldwin Sloane and J. Sebastian Hiller; lyrics by George V. Hobart
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Opening ChorusEnsemble
Whoa, BillWilliam Cactus Claude (the cowboy) and Chorus
When in LoveLord Battersbee (the Englishman)
(I Love You) Because You Are You, (Dear) Vandyke Brown (the artist)
Mother, Pin a Rose on Me
(music by Bob Adams and Paul Schindler; lyrics by Bob Adams and Sam M. Lewis)
Ippy Ipstein (the tailor)
My Little Canoe (In My Canoe)
(music by Ted Snyder; lyrics by Edward Rose)
Loleta (the model) and Chorus
FinaleEnsemble
ACT 2 Sung By
I Don't Want to Be a SailorMacon Spayce (the press agent) and Chorus
Spoontime
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Addison Burkhardt)
Vandyke Brown (the artist) and Loleta (the model)
My Broncho BoyBossie Claude (the cowgirl) and Chorus
They are Waiting (There) For Me
(music by Dave Lewis; lyrics by Dave Lewis)
Ippy Ipstein (the tailor)
FijiLoleta (the model) and Chorus
The SandmanBossie Claude (the cowgirl) and Chorus
FinaleEnsemble