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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)
First Preview: Total Previews:
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
Cast
Langtry Ashton Eva Ready
Hattie Bernard Mrs. Waldorf-Castoria
Hazel Burroughs Sue Brett
J. E. Cain I.N. Hand
Josephine Comstock Chicago Ladies Quartette
Lucy Daly Fifi Castoria
Margaret Daly Vokes Ask Me
John W. Early Dr. Kelly
Sadie L. Farley Chicago Ladies Quartette
May Gardiner May Towle
Grace Gorden May Shine
Annie Hill Rosie O'Grady
Bertha Hollenbeck Chicago Ladies Quartette
Belle Lorraine Cora Fay
Leslie Lyle Pearl
Valerie Montague Minnie Apolis
William Morris Cold Feet
Louis Powers Will E. Doo
Alice M. Raymond Chicago Ladies Quartette
Hazel Selkirk Vera Vane
George Sidney Isy Mark
Kittie Stevens Belle O'Dell
Maude Taylor Stella Star
Harry Thornton Adam Shame
Gertrude Tyson Top Not
Harry Vokes Lord Harold Poorpay
Hap Ward Lord Percy Hardup
Evelyn Waren Ina Minnitt
Adeline Weeks Ima Winner
Lettie West May Due
Will West J. Doyle Smart
Nat Wixon A Club Mann
music by Herbert Dillea
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
The Charity Bazaar Chorus
Conversation Dance Lord Percy Hardup, Lord Harold Poorpay, Fifi Castoria and Ask Me
Tommy Was a Bad, Bad Boy Lord Percy Hardup and Company
I Shall Have to Tell It to Albert, Prince of Wales Fifi Castoria and Company
The Mick Who Sent the Pick Men
Mah Butterfly Fifi Castoria and Company
ACT 2Sung By
Bohemia Chorus
Hush Thee, Now, My Babe Mrs. 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 Lord Percy Hardup and Lord Harold Poorpay
We Heard What You Said Lord Percy Hardup, Lord Harold Poorpay and Ask Me
The Sousa Girl Fifi Castoria and Chorus