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The Bohea-man's Girl   

Returned to the Olympic 11/10/1845 and revived at the Olympic 11/29/1849
Olympic Theatre, (3/11/1845 - 4/25/1845)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Mar 11, 1845    
Closing Date: Apr 25, 1845 Total Performances: 20

Category: Musical, Burlesque, One Act, Original, Broadway
Description: A Local Burlesque in One Act, 2 Scenes

Production Staff
Produced by William Mitchell
Written by B.A. Baker; Music arranged by George Loder
Stage Arrangements by William Mitchell
Scenic Design by Mr. Bengough; Machinery by Mr. Burns
Properties: Mr. Roberts
Mr. BleekerMr. Oldschool
a liberal minded man
Mr. ClarkRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Benedict DeBarMr. Harniem
a retired tea merchant
Mr. DennisonThady
an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery
Mrs. DunnRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. EverardHoopincough
a Ragpicker Chieftain
Mrs. EverardRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mrs. IsherwoodRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. LeeRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. LevereM.P.
of the New Police
John NickinsonMrs. Quin
Landlady of the "Hotel de Ragpickers"
Mrs. PhillipsRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mrs. PrayRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. ReaJake Jenkins
Miss RobertsBuder
a very careless nurse
Mr. RobertsRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. RosenthalRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mrs. SelwynRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Mr. SmithRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.
Emma TaylorArline, a fine specimen of young Harlem
Mary TaylorArline
twelve years older and supposed to be the same individual
Charles Melton WalcotFloorstain
Mr. Harniem's hopeful nephew
Mrs. WebbRagpicker/Visitor/Roulette Man/Thimble Rig/etc.

Hurrah for Bowery TeaNeighbors
Through all my lifeMr. Harniem (a retired tea merchant)
Bless the Bohea-Man's NameNeighbors
'Tis Sad to Leave a Business GrandThady (an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery)
Thus we pick up in the StreetRagpickers
Good gracious! Is any one NearFloorstain (Mr. Harniem's hopeful nephew)
I Dreamt I had Money to Buy a ShawlArline, a fine specimen of young Harlem
That scratch upon thy NoseThady (an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery) and Arline, a fine specimen of young Harlem
Ragpickers AttendArline, a fine specimen of young Harlem, Mrs. Quin (Landlady of the "Hotel de Ragpickers"), Hoopincough (a Ragpicker Chieftain) and Chorus
Now I'm Dear Thady's BrideArline, a fine specimen of young Harlem and Ragpickers
Bad luck, I've lost my ThadMrs. Quin (Landlady of the "Hotel de Ragpickers")
This is the Place for FunCitizens
SongArline, a fine specimen of young Harlem
When e'er I on the Canvas lookMr. Harniem (a retired tea merchant)
Once I knew a Pretty GirlHoopincough (a Ragpicker Chieftain)
When other GentsThady (an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery)
Fly thro' the Window with meThady (an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery), Arline, a fine specimen of young Harlem and Hoopincough (a Ragpicker Chieftain)
A Store in the BoweryThady (an exiled tea merchant from the Bowery)
FinaleAll the Characters