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When Johnny Comes Marching Home   

 
New York Theatre, (12/16/1902 - 2/14/1903)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 16, 1902    
Closing Date: Feb 14, 1903 Total Performances: 71

Category: Musical, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts and four scenes
Setting: General Allen's Heaquarters, Cordelia's Birthday party, Felix Graham's Plantation, on the banks of the Mississippi, and the encampment of the Federal Army



music by Julian Edwards; lyrics by
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I Could Waltz On Forever With YouAmelia Thropp, Cordelia Allen, Major George Buckle, Major Geoffry Martin, Major William Walker and Chorus
(Twas Down in the) Garden of Eden)Cordelia Allen and Major Geoffry Martin
My Own United StatesColonel John Graham
Just Marry the Man and Be MerryMrs. Constance Pemberton, Amelia Thropp, Susan Graham, Major George Buckle, Major William Walker and Chorus
When Our Lips in Kisses MetMrs. Constance Pemberton and General William Allen
FairylandKate Pemberton and Chorus
Who Knows?Kate Pemberton and Colonel John Graham
While You're ThinkingCordelia Allen and Female Chorus
The Suwanee River
(music by Stephen Foster; lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Kate Pemberton, Mrs. Constance Pemberton, Robert Pemberton, Colonel John Graham and General William Allen
ACT 2 Sung By
Ma Honeysuckle Gal (My Honeysuckle Girl)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Uncle Tom and Chorus
Love's Night
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Kate Pemberton and Colonel John Graham
Spring, Sweet Spring
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Kate Pemberton
(Katie,) My Southern Rose
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Colonel John Graham
Good Day, Yankees
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Amelia Thropp, Susan Graham, Major Geoffry Martin, Major William Walker and Chorus
Years Touch Not the Heart
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Mrs. Constance Pemberton
ACT 3 Sung By
Flag of My Country
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Colonel John Graham and Chorus
But They Didn't (Did He, No, He Didn't)
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Cordelia Allen and Female Chorus
The Drums
(lyrics by Stephen Foster)
Kate Pemberton, Mrs. Constance Pemberton, Cordelia Allen, Colonel John Graham, General William Allen and Chorus