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Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall , (9/05/1901 - 4/19/1902)
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Opening Date:Sep 05, 1901   
Closing Date:Apr 19, 1902 Total Performances:259

Category: Musical, Burlesque, Original, Broadway
Description: A burlesque in two acts


Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: John Stromberg
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Cast
Madge Adea Albia
George Ali Baron Barbon
Eva Allen Paddington Harrow
Sam Bernard Frederich Schnitzel
Edna Birch Rufe Rayser
Carrie Bowman Cord Barber
May Bradley Viennanetta
Pauline Bradley Sevilla
Mona Desmond Burnsby
Libbian Diamond Cambridge Backbeigh
Genevieve Dolaro Tony Singer
Florence Dressler Singeton
Lew M. Fields Herman Kaffekuchen
Virginia Foltz Scorchleigh
Scheffield Schooley
Mayme Gehrue Petrolia
Ella Gilroy Boylston Tremont
Lee Harrison Reuben Hunter
Grace Heckler Kloy Sonay
Lillian Heckler Shaki Fan
DeWolf Hopper General Steele
Katherine Howland Cecil Langham
John T. Kelly King Kazoo
Bonnie Maginn Zuzuki
Sprite
May McKenzie Canby Hurd
Annie Miller Chu Chu Gum
Doris Mitchell Kane Rush
Goldie Mohr Glucosa
Estelle Moyer Coffeea
Nagasaki
Gertrude Moyer Ki Owta
Cornea
Ilma Pratt Bosphora
Inez Ray Tokia
Belle Robinson Nicotina
Lillian Russell Lady Grafter
Margaret Sayres Fifi Rougepaynt
Battersea Parks
Dora Senac Parisetta
Mae Sherwood Grosvenor Rhodes
Dodge Chapelle
Myra Smith Kensington Earlscourt
Nata Stromberg Miss Freeport
Fay Templeton Cho-Cho San
Vernie Wadsworth Flitterly
Joseph M. Weber Philip Sauerbraten
Fritz Williams Harvard Yale
Elizabeth Young Mothmiller
Production Staff
Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Music by John Stromberg; A burlesque of "Diplomacy" by Victorien Sardou; Used by permission of Charles Frohman and T. Henry French
Cast
George Ali Antoine
Sam Bernard Julian Beauclerc
Lew M. Fields Henry Beauclerc
DeWolf Hopper Countess Zicka
John T. Kelly Baron Stein
Augustus Smith Policeman
Fay Templeton Dora
Joseph M. Weber Count Orloff
Production Staff
A burlesque on "A Message From Mars" by Richard Ganthony
Cast
Madge Adea Goldie Buck
George Ali A Trolley Victim
Aimee Angeles Cella
Sam Bernard A Policeman
Edna Birch A Bootblack
Carrie Bowman Phil Cliquot
Fanny Dupre Carrie Loader
Lew M. Fields A Tramp
Ella Gilroy Etta Lott
Lee Harrison An Ambulance Surgeon
A Waiter
Grace Heckler Moet Chandon
Bena Hoffman Dryden Monopole
Mollie Hoffman Willie Heidseick
DeWolf Hopper An A.D.T. Man from Mars
Katherine Howland Perry Jouet
John T. Kelly Aunt Martha
Bonnie Maginn A Beggar Woman
May McKenzie Dodge Ruinart
Doris Mitchell Daisy Drinker
Goldie Mohr A Newsboy
Ilma Pratt Vera Fuller
Inez Ray Lythia Waters
Belle Robinson A Chorus Girl
Dora Senac Meta Follows
Mae Sherwood Harry Pommery
Fay Templeton Minnie
Joseph M. Weber Mr. Dizzy
Fritz Williams Horrid Sparker
Elizabeth Young Georgie H. Mumm
Production Staff
Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Music by John Stromberg; A burlesque of "The Girl and the Judge" by Clyde Fitch
Cast
Eva Allen Jewell Winner
Frankie Bailey Vera Shapeleigh
Sam Bernard Mrs. Broom
Bessie Clayton Dance Specialty
Fanny Dupre Neva Ketchum
Lew M. Fields Mrs. Tankton
Lee Harrison Chin
DeWolf Hopper Judge Charges
Violet Jewell Leda March
John T. Kelly Tankton
Bonnie Maginn Broom
Beulah Martin Ona Brougham
Abie Rose Mikey Hockenstein
Mae Sherwood Daisy Stringer
Fay Templeton Winifred Tankton
Joseph M. Weber Mrs. Hockenstein
Fritz Williams Mrs. Charges
Production Staff
Lyrics by Edgar Smith; Book by Edgar Smith; Music by John Stromberg; A burlesque of "DuBarry" by David Belasco; Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz; Featuring songs with lyrics by William Jerome
Cast
Frankie Bailey Metoo
Sam Bernard Louis Quince
Genevieve Dolaro A Gypsy Hag
Fanny Dupre Another Page
Lew M. Fields Dennis
Lee Harrison Duc de Richleon
Lina Hilbon Duchesse d'Eggbouillon
John T. Kelly Duc de Brickbat
Bonnie Maginn Sophie
May McKenzie A Page
Goldie Mohr Marie Antoinit
Belle Robinson Duchesse de Cheesey
Augustus Smith A Clarinet Player
Fay Templeton Jeanette d'Aubarabair
later La DuHurry
Joseph M. Weber Gussie de Brickbat
Fritz Williams Comte Bluejeans DuHurry

Depleurisy
ACT 1Sung By
Beautiful Monte Carlo
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
King of Kazoo of Kakaroo
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
King Kazoo
Poor Little Fluttering Moths
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Lady Grafter
I'm an American Billionaire
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
General Steele
My Japanese Cherry Blossom
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Cho-Cho-San
When Two (Little) Hearts Are One
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
General Steele and Lady Grafter
De Pullman Porters' Ball
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Harvard Yale
Gold! Gold! Gold!
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Lady Grafter, Countess Zicka and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Under the Elms at Old New Haven
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Ensemble
As On Moonlit Waves We Ride
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Lady Grafter and Ensemble
Mary Black
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Cho-Cho-San
The Curl and the Judge
ACT 3Sung By
Down the Line
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Winifred Tankton
We Are Three Perfect Ladies
(music by John Stromberg; lyrics by Edgar Smith)
Mrs. Hockenstein, Mrs. Tankton and Mrs. Broom
DuHurry
ACT 4Sung By
When Mr. Shakespeare Comes to Town
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)