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The Good Old Summertime    

 
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre, (2/08/1904 - 2/20/1904)
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Opening Date: Feb 08, 1904    
Closing Date: Feb 20, 1904 Total Performances: 17

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A seaside hotel and near a race track



Production Staff
Produced by Shea Amusement Company
Book by Ren Shields; Lyrics by Ren Shields; Music by George Evans
Staged by Frank Smithson
Costume Design by Archie Gunn
Cast
John ConroyCon Mahoney
a sporting politician
Elizabeth ElliottPickaninny
George EvansTommy Todd
a jockey
Della FreesePetty Cash
she runs for Bob
Lucy GoverAnnie Work
a maid
Marie HylandsKitty Did
one of the girls
Harlan KnightI. Doolittle
a waiter
Dorothy LaMarMurphy's Sister
Esther MarksLille Vesta
Annie MartellIma Mahoney
Con's daughter
Charles M. McDonaldMacon Goode
a bookmaker
Lee MiersVanderbilt Smith
Joe NatusSpike McGuire
ex-welterweight champion
Goff PhillipsHans Upp
a brewer
Al PriceHi Yell
race track announcer
Pearl RevereRosie Riley
from the Bowery
Charles SeagravesOarlock Bones
Scotland Yard detective
Ted SharkoffE. Z. Bet
Karl StahlBob Mahoney
Con's son
Blanche WilmotPickaninny
music by George Evans; lyrics by Ren Shields
In the Good Old Summertime
(You're) The Sweetest Flower That Grows in Tennessee
Sunday Morning When the Church Bells Ring
Tom Mahoney
America
Keep Away from Rosie
My Little JapaneeRosie Riley (from the Bowery)
When the American Eagle Screams
In the Sweet Spring Time
Don't Never Look for It Among the Irish
Just a Mile and a Half from Town
Walks
Bimbo