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The Floor Walkers   

Grand Opera House, (1/29/1900 - 2/03/1900)
Grand Opera House, (1/14/1901 - circa. 1/1901)
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Opening Date: Jan 29, 1900    
Closing Date: Jan 1901 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A Charity Bazaar and the House of the Millionaires' Club

Production Staff
Produced by E. D. Stair
Music by Herbert Dillea; Musical Director: Herbert Dillea; Additional lyrics by Arthur Gillespie
Langtry AshtonEva Ready
Hattie BernardMrs. Waldorf-Castoria
Hazel BurroughsSue Brett
J. E. CainI.N. Hand
Josephine ComstockChicago Ladies Quartette
Lucy DalyFifi Castoria
Margaret Daly VokesAsk Me
John W. EarlyDr. Kelly
Sadie L. FarleyChicago Ladies Quartette
May GardinerMay Towle
Grace GordenMay Shine
Annie HillRosie O'Grady
Bertha HollenbeckChicago Ladies Quartette
Belle LorraineCora Fay
Leslie LylePearl
Valerie MontagueMinnie Apolis
William MorrisCold Feet
Louis PowersWill E. Doo
Alice M. RaymondChicago Ladies Quartette
Hazel SelkirkVera Vane
George SidneyIsy Mark
Kittie StevensBelle O'Dell
Maude TaylorStella Star
Harry ThorntonAdam Shame
Gertrude TysonTop Not
Harry VokesLord Harold Poorpay
Hap WardLord Percy Hardup
Evelyn WarenIna Minnitt
Adeline WeeksIma Winner
Lettie WestMay Due
Will WestJ. Doyle Smart
Nat WixonA Club Mann
music by Herbert Dillea
ACT 1 Sung By
The Charity BazaarChorus
Conversation DanceLord Percy Hardup, Lord Harold Poorpay, Fifi Castoria and Ask Me
Tommy Was a Bad, Bad BoyLord Percy Hardup and Company
I Shall Have to Tell It to Albert, Prince of WalesFifi Castoria and Company
The Mick Who Sent the PickMen
Mah ButterflyFifi Castoria and Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Hush Thee, Now, My BabeMrs. Waldorf-Castoria, Eva Ready, Cora Fay, Dr. Kelly, Adam Shame and Will E. Doo
Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Dr. Kelly and Company
Percy and Harold
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Lord Percy Hardup and Lord Harold Poorpay
We Heard What You Said
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Lord Percy Hardup, Lord Harold Poorpay and Ask Me
The Sousa Girl
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Fifi Castoria and Chorus