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Star and Garter   

 
Victoria Theatre, (11/26/1900 - 12/15/1900)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Nov 26, 1900    
Closing Date: Dec 15, 1900 Total Performances: 22

Category: Musical, Farce, Vaudeville, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: A dressmaking shop, the Star and Garter Restaurant, and the Morris Park Racetrack



Production Staff
Produced by Frank McKee
Book by John J. McNally; Music by John W. Bratton; Lyrics by Walter Ford; Featuring songs by Matthew Woodward, Dave Reed, Jr., Arthur Trevelyan, Herman Perlet, Frederick V. Bowers and Charles Horwitz; Featuring songs with lyrics by Matthew Woodward, William Jerome and Dave Reed, Jr.
Staged by Ben Teal; Musical Staging by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by Joseph A. Physioc; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Lighting Design by Peter W. King
Cast
Mons. AgoustSpecialty
The Marvelous Agoust FamilySpecialty
C. H. BatesTim Fleece
William BlaisdellOtto Work
Marie CahillMadame Piquet
Thornton ColeBennett Work
Joseph CoyneWillette Work
Aimee GeraideBinnie
Otis HarlanWillie Tyre
Lionel HogarthTaylor Hede
Robert KellyTall Tout
Margaret KnightMollie Fyer
J. F. LearyJack Tippem
Margaret LeonMinnie
Carolina LockeAnnie Howe
Mae LoweryCarrie Waite
Nellie LynchLotta Goode
Nellie MurrayJennie
Florence NorwoodMaida Coup
Babette RobinsonMattie
John G. SparksTerence McCann
music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Walter Ford
(Unless otherwise noted)

After the Show
Auto-Mo-Biling
(music by Matthew Woodward; lyrics by Matthew Woodward)
Dickie the King of the Dudes
(music by Arthur Trevelyan)
Every Inch a Lady
(music by Herman Perlet; lyrics by Matthew Woodward)
(Give Me Back My) Liza
(music by Dave Reed, Jr.; lyrics by Dave Reed, Jr.)
I Wouldn't Mind a Job Like That
My Hannah Lady
(lyrics by William Jerome)
Willie Tyre
My Lady BugWillie Tyre
3:33 in the Morning
(music by Dave Reed, Jr.; lyrics by Dave Reed, Jr.)
Carrie Waite
When Sousa Leads the band
(music by Frederick V. Bowers and Charles Horwitz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Madame Piquet