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West End Theatre , (10/23/1905 - 10/28/1905)
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre , (10/30/1905 - 11/04/1905)
American Theatre , (3/26/1906 - 3/31/1906)
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Opening Date:Oct 23, 1905   
Closing Date:Mar 31, 1906 Total Performances:24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Three Acts
Setting: Act 1: A Bowery Concert Hall; Act 2: A Street in Chinatown; Act 3: The Hotel Astor Roof Garden.
Comments: Also played at the Metropolis Theatre November 11-18, 1905 for 9 performances and at the Yorkville Theatre May 14-21, 1906 for 9 performances

Production Staff
Produced by Hurtig and Seamon Comic Players
Book by Willard Holcomb and Loney Haskell; Lyrics by Willard Holcomb and Loney Haskell; Music by Albert Von Tilzer; Musical Director: Clifford W. Meech
Staged by Jules Hurtig; Musical numbers and ensembles arranged by Charles Nevins
Scenic Design by Charles Brothers; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes; Electrical effects by Kleigl Brothers
Clara Austin Libbie Wurst
a sister act
Jennie Austin Wienie Wurst
a sister act
Teddy Burns Knox Knox
a knocker from Knoxville
Ida Emerson Miss Vanderclip
an heiress
Cliff Gordon Baron Heinrich von Essigs
working as a waiter
Vinnie Henshaw Muzzy Liz
the belle of the Bowery
Charles Howard Ikey Skinalski
with political aspirations
Charles Nevins Rag Time Jimmy
a Bowery bartender
May Ward Birdie Flip
the red soubrette
Graclyn Whitehouse Gwendolyn Westside
Miss Vanderclip's chum
Ethel Adams Miss Lenox
Libbie Barry Miss Manhattan
Lillian Barton Dancer
Miss Park
Libbie Bell Miss Columbus
Lavender Byers Dancer
Marion Campbell Miss Washington
Belle Carlton Miss Astor
Josephine Carr Miss Savoy
Gertrude Carter Miss Gilsey
Alice Chadwick Dancer
Miss West End
Florence Chadwick Dancer
Fred Clifton Mr. McCreery
D.F. Crossman Will Vanderslip
too wealthy to work
Clarabel Davis Miss Breslin
Lydia Franklin Dancer
Miss First
Myra Franklin Dancer
Georgia Fransioli The Rummager
queen of the pipe slaves
Elsie Gillen Dancer
Elsie Gilliland Miss Riverside
Howard Griffith Mr. Altman
Loney Haskell Mock Duck
a Mongolian Diplomat
Herbert Henry Mr. Hearn
Henriette Herbert Miss Hoffman
Marion Hunnewell Miss Malborough
Florence Jeffries Miss Madison
Julia Kidder Showgirl
Flo Kimball Miss Bartholdi
Stella Kline Dancer
Blanche Landers Miss Astoria
Carrie Landers Miss Waldorf
Maude Landers Miss Imperial
George Lloyd Mr. Sachs
Josie Melville Dancer
Miss St. Nicholas
Etta Mintz Dancer
Miss Lexington
Josephine Moore Miss Waverly
Kitty Morgan Dancer
Miss Lafayette
Frank Nagle Baron Ludwig von Essigs
Heinrich's brother
George Nevins Mr. Macy
L.B. Sachs Headwaiter
imported for Hotel Astor
Richard Schuyler Mr. Ehlrich
Lillian Shaw Rosa Rosetta
an Italian flower girl
Margaret Sloan Miss St. Regis
Lucille Tallier Miss Holland
Tell Taylor Cumming Swift
a theatrical manager
Harry Ward Patrolman Casey
an East Side Policeman
Lizzie Ward Miss Sturtevant
Carrie Wilson Dancer
Miss Amasterdam
music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Willard Holcomb and Loney Haskell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Rosa Rosetta
(lyrics by Earle C. Jones)
Rosa Rosetta (an Italian flower girl) and Chorus
I'd Like to See It Baron Heinrich von Essigs (working as a waiter)
Down to Delaware Birdie Flip (the red soubrette)
Come Down, Ma' Evening Star Gwendolyn Westside (Miss Vanderclip's chum) and Show Girls
Lulu Knox Knox (a knocker from Knoxville), Libbie Wurst (a sister act) and Wienie Wurst (a sister act)
Have You Seen My Henry Brown Rosa Rosetta (an Italian flower girl)
(It's) New York Town for Mine Miss Vanderclip (an heiress), Gwendolyn Westside (Miss Vanderclip's chum), Rag Time Jimmy (a Bowery bartender) and Company
ACT 2Sung By
Lasso Lassie Rag Time Jimmy (a Bowery bartender), Libbie Wurst (a sister act) and Chorus
Be Polite
(lyrics by Junie McCree)
The Rummager (queen of the pipe slaves )
Chinese Finale Entire Company
ACT 3Sung By
The Moon Has His Eyes on You
(lyrics by Billy Johnson)
Miss Vanderclip (an heiress) and Cumming Swift (a theatrical manager)
Beauty Lane
(lyrics by Junie McCree)
Rag Time Jimmy (a Bowery bartender) and Birdie Flip (the red soubrette)