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The Burgomaster   

Manhattan Theatre , (12/31/1900 - 1/26/1901)
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Opening Date:Dec 31, 1900   
Closing Date:Jan 26, 1901 Total Performances:33

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in a prologue and two acts
Setting: New York in 1660 and today

Production Staff
Produced by The Dearborn Theatre Management
Music by Gustav Luders; Lyrics by Frank S. Pixley; Book by Frank S. Pixley; Musical Director: Gustav Luders
Directed by Thomas Ricketts
Harry Andrews Jan de Peyster
Gertrude Arden Miss Kearney
Flora Arkell Fannie Clear
Lillian Austin Violet
Henry Bird Chorus
Nellie Boyd Mannie Fair
V. L. Bray Chorus
Ralph Briggs Chorus
Dora Carrier Miss Walnut
Jeanne Caskie Mrs. Splurger
Evelyn Clemons Sunny Shine
A. L. Collis Chorus
Walter Cook Chorus
Ada Deaves The Duke
Phoebe Kummagin
Dame Stuyvesant
Henry DePack Chorus
Henry E. Dixey Peter Stuyvesant
George N. Dodge Chorus
Luella Drew Pink
Annette Duval Newsboy
Miss Chestnut
Nellie Follis Rose
Samuel Fox Chorus
Grace Gray Mignonette
Brady Grear Chorus
Eva Gunning Miss Lexington
William Riley Hatch Captain Krall
The Harlem Spider
Florence Hayes Cissy Twilight
James Henner Chorus
Raymond Hitchcock Matternix
E. Booth Talkington
Ethel Hoag Minnie Zephyr
Van Huntington Lilly
Albert Hutches Chorus
Emerony James Miss Speedway
Lena Kamp Gertie Bright
Alex Kaut Chorus
James T. Kelly Terrence Rafferty
Cecil Lane Chorus
Maude LeRoy Nellie Breeze
E. W. Lewis Foreman of the Street Gang
George Lewis Chorus
W. R. Lintol Chorus
Willard Mears Chorus
Gladys Mitchell Dahlia
May Morris Miss Beacon
DeWitt Mott Chorus
Harry Murdock Marmaduke
Josephine Newman Daisy
Ann Ott May Change
Frances Palmer Miss Olive
George A. Pringle Chorus
Beaumont Ralston Blue Feather
Sallie Randall Katrina Vanderbeck
Miss Madison
Zelma Rawlston Willie Van Astorbilt
George E Romaine Officer Clancey
Della Rosa Fern
O. P. Rupont Chorus
Alice Sweet Pansy
George Town William Haagen
Constance Vale Miss Boulevard
H. R. Webster Chorus
Joseph S. Welsh Captain Spuyten
Ruth White Lieutenant Sweetzer
Knox Wilson Doodle Van Kull
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by Frank S. Pixley
Love Can't Say No Katrina Vanderbeck and Dutch Girls
Good-Bye, New Amsterdam Captain Krall and Burgher Soldiers
(Just) Keep Cool Peter Stuyvesant
We're Civilized Now Blue Feather and Indians
The Dutch Cadets Lieutenant Sweetzer and Soldiers
I Drink from My Heart to You Captain Spuyten, Dutch Girls and Soldiers
ACT 1Sung By
We Always Work the Public-Not the Job Foreman of the Street Gang and Workingmen
The Land of Midnight Son Willie Van Astorbilt
The (Little) Soubrette Daisy and Soubrettes
Merely a Matter of Form
(In) Dear Old College Days College Boys
The Modern Gladiator The Harlem Spider and Tough Girls
The Tale of the Kangaroo Peter Stuyvesant, Willie Van Astorbilt and Ruth
The Liberty Girl
ACT 2Sung By
The Bathing Girls Daisy and Chorus
We Haven't Discovered Him Yet
I Love You Ruth
The Summer Girl
The Aristocracy
Yo Ho for a Jolly Good Sail
In Gay Paris
Reaching for the Cake Daisy and Chorus
Painting Chicago Red