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The Grand Mogul   

New Amsterdam Theatre, (3/25/1907 - 4/27/1907)
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Opening Date: Mar 25, 1907    
Closing Date: Apr 27, 1907 Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Honolulu in 1898, the Grand Mogul's Palace on the Island of Inde

Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Music by Gustav Luders; Book by Frank S. Pixley; Lyrics by Frank S. Pixley
Directed by Herbert Gresham
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Manager: Edwin Price
Lewis AllenChorus
Maud Lillian BerriRuth Walker
daughter of Governor Walker
Helen BertrandChorus
A. Seymour BrownHannibal
colored body servant to Governor Walker
the Mogul's prime minister
Evelyn CarltonChorus
Laura ClementFuzzywudge
the Mogul's wife
John DunsmureHon. Josephus Walker
Provisional Governor of Hawaii
The Grand Mogul
ruler of the Island of Inde
Margaret EmersonChorus
James FrostickChorus
Daisy GreenChorus
May GundermanChorus
Lucy HarrisonChorus
Frank LaSalleChorus
W.H. MaacartLofty Baldwin
an aeronaut with soaring ambitions
Louis MasonChorus
Sager MidgleyProfessor Muggs
F.R.G.S., travelling in the interest of science
B. MiltonChorus
George MooreLieutenant-Commander Newton
in command of U.S. Gunboat Cleveland
Eugene MoulanYu Li
celestial assistant to Baldwin
Frank MoulanG. Washington Barker
a former circus side-show man
Sol RosenChorus
Elsa RyanDolly Muggs
daughter of Professor Muggs
Edith St. ClairLola
a half-caste Kanaka girl
Babe StanleyChorus
Lillian SterlingChorus
Isabelle StrangeChorus
Abe StrizikChorus
Pauline ThorneMiddy
messenger to Newton
J. V. TullarOfficer of the Guards
Aimee WilliamsChorus
Edith WilliamsChorus
J. R. WilliamsJack Marlin
skipper of the schooner Kate Flyaway
Norine WilliamsChorus
George WilsonChorus
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by Frank S. Pixley
ACT 1 Sung By
HonoluluLola (a half-caste Kanaka girl)
AnnexationThe Grand Mogul (ruler of the Island of Inde)
Help YourselfHannibal (colored body servant to Governor Walker)
The Circus BandG. Washington Barker (a former circus side-show man) and Chorus
Aloha (I Love You)Mixed Chorus
The Land Which My Heart Calls HomeDouble Male Quartette
My Hula-Hula GirlG. Washington Barker (a former circus side-show man), Lola (a half-caste Kanaka girl), Chorus of Hula Dancers and Kanakas
ACT 2 Sung By
The LotusLola (a half-caste Kanaka girl) and Lotus Buds
The Military ManRuth Walker (daughter of Governor Walker) and Male Chorus
Cupid's Private CodeDolly Muggs (daughter of Professor Muggs) and Male Chorus
Nestle By My SideG. Washington Barker (a former circus side-show man), Ruth Walker (daughter of Governor Walker) and Full Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
The Good Old-Fashioned WayG. Washington Barker (a former circus side-show man)
Cheer UpLotus Buds
(Love Is) Not for a DayRuth Walker (daughter of Governor Walker)