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The Babes and the Baron   

Lyric Theatre, (12/25/1905 - 1/27/1906)
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Opening Date: Dec 25, 1905    
Closing Date: Jan 27, 1906 Total Performances: 45

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Nottingham

Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.) and John C. Fisher
Music by H. E. Haines; Written by A. M. Thompson and Robert Courtneidge; Lyrics by Charles M. Taylor; Additional lyrics by Robert B. Smith, Junie McCree and Arthur Weld; Additional music by Arthur Weld; Featuring songs by Alfred Solman and F. R. Babcock
Directed by R.H. Burnside and J. Paul Callam
Scenic Design by T. Holmes, R.C. McCleery, E. H. Ryan, Philip Howden and Stafford Hall; Costume Design by Wilhelm
Conducted by Arthur Weld
Will ArchieCharlie
Carrie BehrLena Pickles
Vera CameronLittle John
Lillian ColemanCinderella
Adele CoxCissie
Edward CravenThe Dude
Gertrude DouglasDorothy
Lillian EnglishThe Fairy God Mother
Eddie GarvieThe Cowardly Policeman
Florence GuiseClorinda
Margaret KingAllan A'Dale
Maude LambertRobin Hood
Alfred LatellTouser
Marie LeuyllemnPhyllis
James C. MarloweJack Tuff
Junie McCreeThe Baron
alias Bill Burke
David RogersChinaman
Florence TrevillionThysbie
Margaret Von KeeseDorcas
Fred WaltonThe Toy Soldier
Mildred WardeRoyal Messenger
Louis WesleyBill Ruff
Mabel WilburWill Scarlet
music by H. E. Haines; lyrics by Charles M. Taylor
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
(It's a) Jolly Good Thing To Be AliveLena Pickles, Cissie and Charlie
An Outlaw Bold
(music by Arthur Weld; lyrics by Arthur Weld)
Robin Hood and Chorus
Robin Hood's ArrestEnsemble
I Didn't Mean No Harm
(music by J. Fred Helf)
The English BowEnsemble
The Firefly and the Rose
(music by Nat D. Mann)
Cinderella and Chorus
I Would Like to Be Your Pal
(lyrics by Junie McCree)
The Baron (alias Bill Burke), Lena Pickles and Chorus
How D'Ye Do?
(music by F. R. Babcock; lyrics by F. R. Babcock)
Robin Hood and Cinderella
March of the Toys
(music by Jerome D. Kern)
The Music of the Band
(music by Dan Lipton; lyrics by Raymond Browne)
ACT 2 Sung By
Tailor's DummyCinderella and Chorus
Milo (You're Just My Style-O)
(music by Alfred Solman; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
The Baron (alias Bill Burke) and Chorus
Knock Wood
(music by Raymond Hubbell)
The Baron (alias Bill Burke), Jack Tuff and Bill Ruff
(By) The Light of the Honeymoon (or Kiss Me and Say You'll Be Mine)
(music by Anne Caldwell; lyrics by James O'Dea)
Robin Hood and Chorus
If I But Dared
(music by Nat D. Mann)
Robin Hood
Gee, But This Is a Lonesome Town
(music by Billy Gaston; lyrics by Billy Gaston)
The Cowardly Policeman
Think It Over
(music by Alfred E. Aarons)
The Baron (alias Bill Burke), The Cowardly Policeman, Jack Tuff and Bill Ruff