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The Governor's Son   

Aerial Gardens , (6/04/1906 - 8/25/1906)
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Opening Date:Jun 04, 1906   
Closing Date:Aug 25, 1906 Total Performances:75

Category: Musical, Farce, Revival
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Vacation Inn

Production Staff
Produced by Sam H. Harris
Music by George M. Cohan; Book by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Music arranged and orchestrated under the direction of Charles J. Gebest
Staged by George M. Cohan and Herbert Gresham
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company
George M. Cohan Algy Wheelock
Helen F. Cohan Mrs. Benjamin Curtis
Jerry J. Cohan Benjamin Curtis
John Conroy Martin McGovern
Rose Green Emerald Green
William Keogh Honorable Theodore Wheelock
Ethel Levey Mrs. Dickie Dickson
Frank McNish Webster
Cleveland I. Nicholson Johnson
Nat Royster Messenger Boy
Truly Shattuck Mrs. Franklin-Jones-Berrymore
Julius Tannen Dicky Dickson
Jack Webster Bill Swift
music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan
ACT 1Sung By
Push Me Along in My Pushcart Chorus
(The) Mysterious Maid Mrs. Franklin-Jones-Berrymore and Chorus
If Bill Gillette Could Only See Me Now Dicky Dickson
Governor of the State Honorable Theodore Wheelock and Chorus
The Story of the Wedding March Mrs. Dickie Dickson and Algy Wheelock
I Want My Rag Time Algy Wheelock and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
I Love Everyone in This, Wide, Wide World Mrs. Franklin-Jones-Berrymore and Chorus
Never Breathe a Word of This to Mother Honorable Theodore Wheelock and Algy Wheelock
The Governor's Son Algy Wheelock and Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
Night Time Mrs. Dickie Dickson
Nothing New Beneath the Sun Algy Wheelock
(The) Soldiers of the Stage Company