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The Earl and the Girl   

Casino Theatre, (11/04/1905 - 3/10/1906)
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Opening Date: Nov 04, 1905    
Closing Date: Mar 10, 1906 Total Performances: 148

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Fallowfield Arms and the manor of the Earl of Stole

Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Inc.
Music by Ivan Caryll; Book by Seymour Hicks; Lyrics by Percy Greenbank; Additional music by Jerome Kern, E. Ray Goetz, Max C. Eugene, Albert Von Tilzer, R.A. Browne, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann and William H. Penn; Musical Director: Clarence West; Additional lyrics by R.A. Browne, Arthur Gillespie, Addison Burkhardt, Paul Barnes, Edward Laska, Nat D. Mann, William H. Penn and Jerome Kern
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Costume Design by Caroline Seidle; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Ernest Albert
Organization under the personal direction of Frank L. Perley
Electrical effects by Thomas J. Cleland
Beatrice AdamsLady Geraldine
Violet AdamsLady Ethel
Louise AlexanderChorus
Marian AlexanderChorus
Madeline AndersonChorus
W. H. ArmstrongMr. Downham
a New York solicitor
Margaret Hubbard AyerChorus
Jennie BoylanChorus
Georgia CaineElphin Haye
a little school girl
Alan CampbellGeorge
Irene ChandlerChorus
Maud CrosslandChorus
Louise De RigneyLady Gussie
Roy DennisonChorus
W.H. DennyHazell
landlord of the Fallowfield Arms
J. Bernard DyllynA. Bunker Bliss
an American
Miss FitzgeraldChorus
Enid FordeLady Millicent
Eddie FoyJim Cheese
a dog trainer
Sam GoodmanChorus
Jane HallLady Gwendoline
Lillian HecklerChorus
Harold HendeeChorus
Violet HollsMiss Virginia Bliss
Katherine HylandLady Maud
Edna JeansLady Muriel
Ruth LangdonLady Violet
Lillie LawtonChorus
May LewisLady Gladys
Hazel ManchesterChorus
Albert J. MarshallChorus
Nellie McCoyDaisy Fallowfield
Victor MorleyDick Wargrave
Dudley E. OatmanBellam
John PeacheyDudley Cranbourne
Zelma RawlstonEliza Shodham
Miss RaymondChorus
Lillian RiceChorus
Templar SaxeHonorable Crew Boodle
Amelia SummervilleMrs. Shimmering Black
Grace WaltonLady Marguerite
Miss WatsonChorus
Angie WeimersChorus
Dorothy ZimmermanChorus
music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Percy Greenbank
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Sporting SongDaisy Fallowfield and Chorus
Little Lady in DistressInn Party
ShoppingDaisy Fallowfield and Inn Party Ladies
When the Right Little Girl Comes Along
(music by E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Paul Barnes)
Honorable Crew Boodle
I Would Like to Marry You
(music by Edward Laska; lyrics by Edward Laska)
Elphin Haye (a little school girl)
Mediterranean BlueDick Wargrave and Chorus
One Night OnlyDick Wargrave, Elphin Haye (a little school girl), Jim Cheese (a dog trainer) and Eliza Shodham
ACT 2 Sung By
My Southern Belle
(music by Max C. Eugene; lyrics by Jerome Kern)
Dudley Cranbourne and Chorus
The Poor Little Marionette
(music by R.A. Browne and William H. Penn; lyrics by R.A. Browne and William H. Penn)
Daisy Fallowfield
Cupid's MistakeDick Wargrave
I Want a Man Made to Order for Me
(music by Nat D. Mann; lyrics by Nat D. Mann and Arthur Gillespie)
Eliza Shodham
Won't You Change Your Name (from Miss to Mrs.)?
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Addison Burkhardt)
Jim Cheese (a dog trainer)
How Would You Like to Spoon With Me?
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Edward Laska)
Dick Wargrave, Elphin Haye (a little school girl) and Chorus
GrenadiersHonorable Crew Boodle and Chorus