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The Supper Club   

 
New York Winter Garden Theatre , (12/23/1901 - 1/25/1902)
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Opening Date:Dec 23, 1901   
Closing Date:Jan 25, 1902 Total Performances:40

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Dingtuttle's home and The Supper Club in New York


Production Staff
Produced by The Sire Brothers
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane, Mae Anwerda Sloane, J. Rosamond Johnson, Robert Cole, Ben Jerome, William Penn, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards; Book by Sydney Rosenfeld; Lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, A. Baldwin Sloane, Mae Anwerda Sloane, J. Rosamond Johnson, Robert Cole, Ben Jerome, William Penn, Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards; Musical Director: Genaro Saldierna
Staged by Lionel E. Laurence
Scenic Design by St. John Lewis; Costume Design by Will Barnes
Cast
Adele Archer Nettie
the Marquis' daughter
Chorus
Eugenie Bashford Mrs. Knightly
Lillian Bond Chorus
Donald Brian Castor Beane
Bess' lover
Richard Brown Old Beane
father of Castor
Florence Carlisle Chorus
Alexander Clarke The Marquis de Castalenne
Toby Claude Nan
youngest daughter of Dingtuttle
Virginia Earle Mrs. Winifred Darling Smith
President of the Progressive Dames
Nina Farrington Mrs. Flighty
Mazie Follette Chorus
John Ford Tom
butler at the Supper Club
Maude Francis Chorus
George Fuller Golden Master of Ceremonies
Boss Thomas
a noted politician
Effie Hamilton Lettie
the Marquis' daughter
Chorus
Al Hart Ichabod Bender
a grafter
Stuart Hyatt John
butler
Stella Kenny Chorus
Leon Kohlman
Lionel E. Laurence Bert Hopkins
a fashionable dentist
Adah Lewis Kate
Dingtuttle's oldest daughter, married to hopkins
Gertrude Lewis Mrs. Springhtly
Grace Maitland Chorus
Junie McCree The Dummy
Vera Morris Mrs. Golightly
Natalie Olcott Chorus
Eugene O'Rourke Chief William
a noted politician
Ethel Perry Chorus
John W. Ransone Boss Richard
a noted politician
Grace Rogers Chorus
Josie Sadler Louise
chambermaid
Thomas Q. Seabrooke Pop Dingtuttle
who has risen from the ranks
The DeRigney Sisters Singing Trio
Jessie Thompson Chorus
Maude Williams Bess
daughter of Dingtuttle
Oriska Worden Hettie
the Marquis' daughter
Chorus
Bessie Wynn Chorus

When the Band Plays Ragtime
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Robert Cole)
Don't Butt In
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Robert Cole)
The Maiden with the Dreamy Eyes
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Robert Cole)
Pop Dingtuttle (who has risen from the ranks)