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By the Sad Sea Waves   

 
Herald Square Theatre , (2/28/1899 - 4/08/1899)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Feb 28, 1899   
Closing Date:Apr 08, 1899 Total Performances:47

Category: Musical, Comedy, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Finishville Habit-Cure Santiarium


Production Staff
Produced by Dunne and Ryley
Libretto by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger; Music by Gustav Luders; Musical Director: Gustav Luders; Featuring songs by J. Sherrie Mathews, Harry Bulger, Barney Fagan, George A. Nichols, Leslie Stuart and Josie DeWitt
Staged by Barney Fagan
Scenic Design by Lamphier and Buhler, Chicago; Costume Design by Ned Wayburn
Cast
Harry Bulger Boston Budge
the answer to an advertisement
Josie DeWitt Faith Grace
daughter of the Judge
Gilbert Gregory Professor Wagner Flat
a musician playing for a place
John Phillips
who imagines he is Sousa
Nellie Hawthorne Charity Grace
daughter of the Judge
Rose Melville Sis Hopkins
an heiress to ills imaginary
Julia Ralph Miss Lavinia Primmer
school mistress of Finishville Academy
Lizzie Sanger Hope Grace
daughter of the Judge
J. Sherrie Mathews Palmer Coin
sleight of hand and strong of nerve
Ned Wayburn General Smiles
good for a laugh; a soldier who thinks he thinks
Will West Algernon Campwell
the Colonel's son
Bessie Bruno Effie Greenway
Helen Budd Naomi North
William Butters Earl E. Frost
ice man
Sara Carr Susie Short
Bessie Challenger Vera White
Lulu Cosgrove Daisy Dresser
Lizzie Creese Winnie Western
J. Doctor Jimmie Gun
a continuous burglar by permission
Gordon Eldrid Dodge Bell
a waiter
Lottie Ettinger Georgie Greenwall
Agnes Gildea Glory Christian
Estelle Hamilton J. Wood Winham
Benjamin Hopkins Yank M. Inn
a policeman, also a club man
Van Huntington Van Winkle
sleep-walker
Charles Jacklin Sharpley Hunt
detective, finds them out when they are in
Eva Leslie Babette
who has a bad habit of forming habits
Mattie Lill Tillie Tallman
W.H. Macart Professor Vaulter Barr
instructor of athletics and talk designer
Sis Hopkins
an heiress to ills imaginary
Sandy McDermott J. Pullem
a policeman with badge
Belle Miller Billie Deux
Gus Murtimer Colonel Campwell
fond of America and other things
May Norton Rennie Redpath
Mabel Rother Viola Ramedell
Robert Vernon Judge Grace
who has patience with his patients
Carrie Vincent Sousie Southern
Agnes Wayburn Effie Eastman
she of the wedding breakfast eye
Margaret Yorke Phila Glass
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
In Dear Old London Algernon Campwell (the Colonel's son) and Chorus
Operatic Most Emphatic Company
ACT 2Sung By
Calisthenic Song and Dance
(music by Barney Fagan)
Palmer Coin (sleight of hand and strong of nerve), Babette (who has a bad habit of forming habits) and Ladies of the Seminary
Bell Chorus
(music by Josie DeWitt)
Ladies of the Seminary
Buttercups and Daisies
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Palmer Coin (sleight of hand and strong of nerve), Boston Budge (the answer to an advertisement), General Smiles (good for a laugh; a soldier who thinks he thinks), Professor Vaulter Barr (instructor of athletics and talk designer), Colonel Campwell (fond of America and other things), Professor Wagner Flat (a musician playing for a place) and Company
Honolulu Lady
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Charity Grace (daughter of the Judge), Faith Grace (daughter of the Judge) and Ladies
I've Waited, Honey Waited Long for You
(music by George A. Nichols; lyrics by George A. Nichols)
Sis Hopkins (an heiress to ills imaginary) and Algernon Campwell (the Colonel's son)
Yankee Banners
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Palmer Coin (sleight of hand and strong of nerve), Boston Budge (the answer to an advertisement) and Company
ACT 3Sung By
The Military Model
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Algernon Campwell (the Colonel's son), Charity Grace (daughter of the Judge), Faith Grace (daughter of the Judge) and Ladies
The Willow Pattern Plate
(music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Charity Grace (daughter of the Judge)
Fiddle and I
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Faith Grace (daughter of the Judge)
La-Par Micado
(music by J. Sherrie Mathews and Harry Bulger)
Algernon Campwell (the Colonel's son) and Ladies