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Zig-Zag Alley   

Star Theatre, (1/19/1903 - 1/24/1903)
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Opening Date: Jan 19, 1903    
Closing Date: Jan 24, 1903 Total Performances: 8

Category: Musical, Farce, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Zig-Zag Alley, the new underground station, Pennsylvania Railroad in New York, and the Board Walk at Atlantic City

Production Staff
Produced by W.E. Flack and Walter Floyd
Written by James Gorman; Incidental music by Karl Weixelbaum; Additional numbers by Bob Cole, Henry Carey, J. Rosamond Johnson and Andy Louis
Staged by James Gorman
Orient AnsonHazel Wood
Sol BloomSpecialty
Anna CasselleIda Simmonds
John ChurchPatrick Duffy
George DempseyHardly Abel
Louise DempseyMrs. Donahue
Lillian DeSchoenEffie Brown
Ben T. DillonMichael Moriarty
Doty and BrillSpecialty
Grace EllisonNellie Jackson
James FarleyJohnny Wise
Nettie FrederickSadie Ryan
Harry KammererCregan
Charles KennebelWillie Yell
Frank KennebelMelancholy Ike
Josephine LeslieMay Snow
Emma LipmanMabel Vane
Frank MarkeyDregan
Andrew O'NeillTerrence Moriarty
Goff PhillipsIsaac Goldstein
Lizzie PurcelleDaisy Deen
Frank RiceAdam On
Elsinore RichmondKittie Reed
Allen SchrockClarence Heavysides
Ella ShieldsAnnie Goldstein
Lillie SiegerMargery Lovestock
Ella StuartMaude Dunn
Mabel WareHelen Morris
Irene YoungSally
Happy ZarrowMajor Slack
Jolly ZebColonel Slick
music by Karl Weixelbaum
(Unless otherwise noted)

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Queen of the AlleyMrs. Donahue, Ida Simmonds and Hazel Wood
When I'm an AldermanMichael Moriarty and Company
Sally in Our Alley (from SALLY IN OUR ALLEY)
(music by Henry Carey; lyrics by Henry Carey)
Terrence Moriarty
Under the Bamboo Tree (from SALLY IN OUR ALLEY)
(music by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
Daisy Deen
The Italian Organ Grinder
(lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
Terrence Moriarty
Off for Atlantic City
(lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
The Girl with the Banjo Eyes
(lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
Johnny Wise and Annie Goldstein
Sunny Afternoon
(lyrics by Bob Cole and J. Rosamond Johnson)
Terrence Moriarty
Pinky Panky Poo (from THE DEFENDER)
(music by Andy Louis; lyrics by Andy Louis)
Specialty and Company
The Southern Nightingale
(lyrics by Andy Louis)
Annie Goldstein
We Are Four Actors
(lyrics by Andy Louis)
Colonel Slick, Major Slack, Michael Moriarty and Isaac Goldstein
Is It Love
(lyrics by Andy Louis)
Specialty and Terrence Moriarty
Dreaming on the Ohio
(lyrics by Andy Louis)
Specialty, Terrence Moriarty and Company
Kitty Kitty
(lyrics by Andy Louis)
Michael Moriarty