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The Liberty Belles   

Hoyt's Theatre , (9/30/1901 - 12/28/1901)
Grand Opera House , (1/19/1902 - circa. 1/1902)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 30, 1901   
Closing Date:Jan 1902 Total Performances:112

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The Dormitory of a young ladies' seminary, the cooking school of the Liberty Belles, and a Florida hotel

Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Additional music by John W. Bratton, Clifton Crawford, Aimee Lachaume, Harry Von Tilzer, A. Baldwin Sloane, Louis F. Gottschalk, William J. Accooe and Mae Anwerda Sloane; Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Musical Director: Aimee Lachaume; Additional lyrics by George V. Hobart, Walter Ford, Irving Claxton and Clifton Crawford
Staged by Herbert Gresham
Scenic Design by Ernest Albert; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Edith Barr Ethel Love
Bobby Burns Dora Van Ness
Etta Butler Margery Lee
Nat K. Cafferty McFadden
Crissie Carlysle Mrs. Dr. Sprowl
Pauline Chase Kathleen Gay
Harry Davenport Jack Everleigh
Lotta Faust Geraldine Fair
Teresa Corsini
Elsie Ferguson Maria Morris
Harry Gilfoil Uncle Jasper Pennyfeather
Augusta Glose Virginia Dean
Edna Hunter Daisy Field
Violet Jewell Laura Carroll
Grace Kimball Edith May
Dorothy Lester Ruth Leslie
Helene Lucas Juana Gomez
D. Mack Lumsden Peterson
Esther Lyons Celia Brown
J.C. Marlowe Captain Hiram Ketcham
Louise Middleton Elaine Tennyson
Sandol Milliken Dorothy Grey
Marie Murphy Omyama San
Edward Pooley Thomas
Katherine Roberts Priscilla Penn
John Slavin Phil Fullerton
Laura Stone Ada Randolph
Marie Tuohey Gladys Somers
Margaret Walker Mildred Ross
L. D. Wharton Kiley
lyrics by Harry B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Supper Chorus
(music by Aimee Lachaume)
A Lesson with a Fan
A Billet-Doux (from HODGE, PODGE & COMPANY)
(music by John W. Bratton and Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by George V. Hobart and Walter Ford)
To Marry a Millionaire Virginia Dean
A Little Child Like Me
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane)
Jack O'Lantern (The Great Will-o'-the-Wisp Song
(music by Mae Anwerda Sloane)
Margery Lee
ACT 2Sung By
Shopping (Song of Spring Fashions)
(music by Mae Anwerda Sloane)
Spring Hat
(music by A. Baldwin Sloane)
Daisy Field, Mildred Ross, Ada Randolph and Chorus
(The Song of a) Yankee Tar
(music by Louis F. Gottschalk; lyrics by Irving Claxton)
Captain Hiram Ketcham and Chorus
De Trop
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Jack Everleigh and Ensemble
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Phil Fullerton
ACT 3Sung By
In Florida
(music by Louis F. Gottschalk)
(I'd Like to Be) A Gunner in the Navy
(music by William J. Accooe)
Jack Everleigh and Ensemble
An Ethiopian Essence
(music by Aimee Lachaume)
Phil Fullerton and Chorus