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A Female Drummer   

Star Theatre, (12/26/1898 - 12/31/1898)
Grand Opera House, (1/23/1899 - circa. 1/1899)
Star Theatre, (2/20/1899 - circa. 3/1899)
Grand Opera House, (5/01/1899 - circa. 5/1899)
Manhattan Theatre, (5/08/1899 - circa. 5/22/1899)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 26, 1898    
Closing Date: May 22, 1899 Total Performances: 56

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Smooth, Sil & Co.
Comments: Re-opened February 20, 1899 at the Star for 16 additional performances.

Production Staff
Produced by Charles E. Blaney
Libretto by Charles E. Blaney; Music by Frank David; Lyrics by Frank David
Marie AllenKid Gloves
Johnstone BennettHaza Bargain
The Baby
Gwendolin Dugan
Tong Morton
Maudie Pearl
Stella BorlandLieutenant Hobson
Caroline BoyerCaptain Sigsbee
Charles BurkeMr. Buyer
Eugene CanfieldUptown Downs
W. B. CollinsImperial Quartette
Oscar FigmanCorset Staye
Hattie GreeneMiss Pettie Coat
Grace HarleyPinkie Ribbons
Eva HolbrookCaptain Clark
Mary HughesCaptain Schley
Charles LaVallayMr. Stiff
Minnie LeeCaptain Sampson
Sadie MinerMeery Notes
Annabel NivensReddie Maid
Della NivensLieutenant Wainwright
Mabel NivensSilkie Stockings
Nellie O'NeilCarrie Nash
G. W. PickettImperial Quartette
Philip PortlockImperial Quartette
Beatrice ReinhardtFlorence Silk
Hattie Flowers
George RichardsWood B. Smooth
Georgia RushMiss Cashmore
Lacie Challies
Helena SalingerMrs. Wood B. Smooth
Sadie SpencerBaby Blue
Gus StetsonBarkeeper
Willis P. SweatnamSuper Stitious
Maud TerrissCaptain Philips
W. H. TuckerImperial Quartette
Bertha WhitneyRose Color
Antonio WilliamsFinas Silk
music by Frank David; lyrics by Frank David
ACT 1 Sung By
Monday and TuesdaySalesladies
A Female DrummerHaza Bargain and Chorus
Hannah Jackson GreeneCarrie Nash, Wood B. Smooth and Uptown Downs
ACT 2 Sung By
In the Department StoreEnsemble
The Salesladies' Annual BallCarrie Nash and Company
The Singing ModelsLieutenant Wainwright and Captain Sigsbee
Burlesque TrioFlorence Silk, Wood B. Smooth and Uptown Downs
ACT 3 Sung By
Dandy Waiters of the Golden LightSuper Stitious and Imperial Quartette
You Ain't One, Two, ThreeImperial Quartette
The Swellest ThingCorset Staye and Chorus
Pinkey, My DarlingHaza Bargain
My Own Best LoveHaza Bargain
A Terpsichorean TrifleHaza Bargain
Kitty MoreCarrie Nash and Uptown Downs