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The Lady of the Slipper   
A Modern Cinderella

Globe Theatre , (10/28/1912 - 5/17/1913)
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Opening Date:Oct 28, 1912   
Closing Date:May 17, 1913 Total Performances:232

Category: Musical, Fantasy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in 3 Acts and 5 Scenes
Setting: Once upon a time in the Palaces of Baron von Nix and Prince Maximilian

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Book by Anne Caldwell and Lawrence McCarty; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by James O'Dea; Musical Director: William E. MacQuinn
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Scenic Design by Homer Emens; Costume Design by Wilhelm
David Abrahams Mouser
Edna Bates Irma
R. C. Bell Chorus
Claire Bertrand Chorus
R C Bosch Chorus
Samuel Burbank Albrecht
Emily Callen Chorus
Olive Carr Chorus
Kathleen Carroll Chorus
Marie Carroll Chorus
Vernon Castle Atzel
Evelyn Conway Chorus
Allene Crater Romneya
Mattie Cronin Chorus
Lola Curtis Chorus
Katherine Daly Chorus
Edna Dana Chorus
Joseph Donnelly Chorus
Helen Ellsworth Chorus
Phyllis Erroll Chorus
Helen Falconer Clara
Isabel Falconer Chorus
Gladys Feldman Chorus
Dolly Filly Chorus
Paul Franac Chorus
Ida Goldstein Chorus
Marie Gordon Chorus
Mazie Goss Chorus
Marjorie Graham Chorus
Lottie Grossland Chorus
Maud Grossland Chorus
Edgar Lee Hay Joseph
Marion Henry Chorus
Violet Horlock Chorus
Sadie Howard Chorus
Charles Jackson Chorus
Elsie Janis Cinderella
J. F. Johnson Chorus
Irene Kearney Chorus
Alice Keese Chorus
Nellie Kelly Chorus
Esther Lee Chorus
Lillian Lee Dollbabia
Mazie Leroy Chorus
Lydia Lopokova Premiere Danseuse
Carol Lynne Chorus
Selma Mantell Chorus
Charles Mason Baron von Nix
Agnes McCarthy Chorus
David C. Montgomery Punks
Marie Moore Chorus
Alice Moriarty Chorus
Margie Moriarty Chorus
Marion O'Neil Chorus
George Phelps Chorus
Joe Quinn Chorus
Ed Randall Matthias
Annie Ray Chorus
James Reaney Captain Ladislaw
Eugene Revere Prince Ulrich
Lillian Rice Maida
Estelle Richmond Chorus
John Roberts Chorus
Ethel Rosebud Chorus
Vivian Rushmore The Fairy Godmother
Harold Russell Louis
Helen Shea Chorus
Harry Silvey Chorus
Marguerite St. Clair Chorus
Douglas Stevenson The Crown Prince Maximilian
Anna Stone Chorus
Fred Stone Spooks
Josephine Taylor Chorus
Queenie Vassar Freakette
Marie Walsh Chorus
Helen Ward Chorus
Frank Wayne Chorus
Angie Weimers Gretchen
Bertha Williams Chorus
Florence Williams Sophia
Jeanette Wollenberg Chorus
Peggy Wood Valerie
Gladys Zell Ludovica
Adelaide Ziegler Chorus
Herbert Ziegler Chorus
Myrtle Ziegler Chorus
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by James O'Dea
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Fond of the Ladies Atzel, Sophia, Irma, Clara, Ludovica, Maida, Gretchen and Chorus
Meow! Meow! Meow! Cinderella and Mouser
Love Me Like a Real, Real Man Cinderella, Punks and Spooks
All Hallowe'en Cinderella and Kiddies
ACT 2Sung By
At the Bal Masque Dancing Girls
Princess of Far Away Cinderella, The Crown Prince Maximilian and Chorus
Them Was the Childhood Days Punks and Spooks
Youth Premiere Danseuse and Corps de Ballet
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Punks and Chorus
(A) Little Girl at Home The Crown Prince Maximilian and Cinderella
Punch Bowl Glide Spooks
The Drums of the Nations The drums of the Crown Prince, the Drums of Leipzic, of Napoleon, of Britain, of Northa America, of Young America and of Dixie
ACT 3Sung By
The Lady of the Slipper Captain Ladislaw and Chorus
Cinderella's Dream Cinderella
Put Your Best Foot Forward, Little Girl The Crown Prince Maximilian, Court Ladies and Pages
And They Lived Happily Ever Afterwards