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Casino Theatre, (7/18/1910 - 9/17/1910)
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Opening Date: Jul 18, 1910    
Closing Date: Sep 17, 1910 Total Performances: 72

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: Mt. Parnassus and New York City

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and Lew M. Fields
Music by Jean Schwartz; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by William Jerome; Additional music by Albert Von Tilzer, Ted Snyder, Melville Ellis, Melville Gideon and Louis A. Hirsch; Additional lyrics by Edward Madden, Junie McCree and Irving Berlin; Musical Director: Oscar Radin
Staged by William J. Wilson
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by Lee Lash & Co.
Adelaide & HughesSpecial Dancing Feature
Ricca AllenMrs. Shark
George AndersonApollo
Leota ArmitageChorus
Lillian BarnettChorus
Edna BatesChorus
Anna BergChorus
Irving BerlinEntertainer at the Cafe d'Lobster
Ammie BerryChorus
Betty BestChorus
Martin BrownErato
Sara CarrChorus
James B. CarsonIsadore Schlameil
Emma CarusMelpomene
Bertha CaruthersChorus
Sylvia ClarkeLucius
Edward CutlerChorus
Lillian DarlingtonChorus
Mae DealyMrs. Shopleigh
Ray DodgeChorus
George Lushington
Edna DodsworthChorus
May DonahueMrs. Bumpkin
Florence DouglasChorus
Helen EdwardsChorus
Marie FloodMrs. Shirkflat
Gene FoxcroftChu Gum
Eddie FoyMomus
Lillian GayChorus
Phyllis GordonThalia
Jack HagnerChorus
Frances HallidayChorus
Patsy HamiltonChorus
Ernest HareVicius
Officer Casey
Martha HinesChorus
Henry HoltSing Hi
Thea HowardChorus
Ada HowellChorus
Morien HubenChorus
Maude InglesbyChorus
Susie KerwinChorus
Ida KramerChorus
Irma La PierreChorus
Margaret LanghorneChorus
Betty LavalliereChorus
George LymanChorus
Harry MacDonoughNabba
Henry White
Jean Garcon
Adele MarieChorus
Blanche MarrChorus
Blanche MellChorus
Peggy MerrittGenus
Marguerite MeyersChorus
Robert MillikenDutch McGee
Willie Run
An Umpire
Nat Nazarro, Jr.
Gloria PierceMazie Malborough
Harry PotterChorus
Frederick PowellGeorge Bumpkin
Frankie RiceChorus
Agnes RichterChorus
Harold A. RobeGilligan
Hans RobertHarry Soakem
Bunco Bill
Mathilde RodriguezChorus
Beatrice RoseChorus
Milbury RyderChorus
Oscar SchwartzChorus
Ted SnyderEntertainer at the Cafe d'Lobster
Marguerite St. ClairPythagoras
Melissa Ten EyckFan Tan
Jane WarringtonChorus
Anna WheatonMiss Frite
Vida WhitmoreTerpischore
Eva WilliamsLazia
Jesse WillinghamChorus
Jessica WorthCaliope
Vivian Bumpkin
Dorothy WrightChorus
music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I Am MelpomeneMelpomene, Thalia and Terpischore
Have a Smile with MomusMomus
Go On Your MissionApollo, Melpomene, Thalia and Momus
Come Down to Earth, (My Dearie)Apollo and Thalia
I Want a Lot of Girlie GirliesApollo and Ensemble
(I'm) The Ghost of KellyMomus
The Pretty Little Girl InsideErato and Terpischore
(In) 1861
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Junie McCree)
The Gathering of the Clans/(Everybody Is) Bagpipe Crazy
ACT 2 Sung By
The Spanish Fandango RagErato, Terpischore and Bunco Bill
(Sweet) Italian Love/(Oh,) That Beautiful Rag
(music by Ted Snyder; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Entertainers at the Cafe d'Lobster
Chocolate Soldier
In ChinatownVicius and Ensemble
The Dope Fiend
(music by Melville Ellis)
Erato and Fan Tan
(I'm) The LilyMomus
Mary Ann
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Junie McCree)
Melpomene and Ensemble
The Ticket SpeculatorsHarry Soakem and Ensemble
The Military GlideMiss Frite and Ensemble
(My Operatic) Samson and DelilahMelpomene and Ensemble
When Sist' Tetrazin' Met Cousin Carus
(music by Louis A. Hirsch and Melville Gideon; lyrics by Edward Madden)