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Nancy Brown   

Bijou Theatre, (2/16/1903 - 5/16/1903)
Grand Opera House, (10/26/1903 - circa. 11/1903)
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Opening Date: Feb 16, 1903    
Closing Date: Nov 1903 Total Performances: 112

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A public square in Ballyhoo and a room in the Palace

Production Staff
Produced by Daniel V. Arthur
Music by Henry K. Hadley; Book by George H. Broadhurst and Frederic Ranken; Lyrics by George H. Broadhurst and Frederic Ranken; Musical Director: George P. Towle; Featuring songs by Max S. Witte, J. Rosamond Johnson, Louis G. Munz and Eugene Ellsworth; Featuring songs with lyrics by Eugene Ellsworth, Bob Cole, James Weldon Johnson and Aaron Hoffman
Staged by Frank Smithson
Scenic Design by Frank E. Gates and E. A. Morange; Costume Design by Caroline Seidle
Adele ArcherMaud
Ada BartlettEnsemble
George BebanCount Fromage de Brie
Anna BennettEnsemble
Judith BeroldeThe Princess Barboo
Minna BlackmanEnsemble
Henry BordenEnsemble
May BordleyEnsemble
Evelyn BotsfordStrolling Minstrel
Aline BoydNara
Alice BrownEnsemble
Harry BrownSocrates Finis
Harry BurgessStrolling Minstrel
Marie CahillNancy Brown
Grace CameronMuriel
Ethel CarrollEnsemble
Lita CastelloZuzu
Gertrude CochraneEnsemble
Daniel CorseEnsemble
Elizabeth Cumming Ensemble
Helen CurzonRena
Philip DaleEnsemble
Frank DearduffThe Grand Duke of Drinkamutchsky
Gertrude DoremusEnsemble
Gladys EarlcottEnsemble
Louise EgenerEnsemble
Julie FentonEnsemble
Maud FrancisGwendolen
Florence FrenchEnsemble
Mabel GardnerEnsemble
Al GrantNoah Little
Farron GrayEnsemble
Jennie HardyEnsemble
Sadie HarrisEnsemble
John HavensLord Worcestershire
Alfred HickmanVenderhyphen Jenks
Agnes HintonEnsemble
Adelaide HowlandEnsemble
Margaret JohnsonEnsemble
Elizabeth KingEnsemble
Alice KnowltonTutu
Helen LathropTulu
Eva LewisEnsemble
Ella MannEnsemble
Leslie MayoSally
W. W. MeehanEnsemble
Edythe MoyerAlice
Jean NewcombeMrs. John Jenks
T. R. O'BrianEnsemble
Ruby PaineGracie
Albert ParrMara Mustapha
Mlle. ProtoThe Dancer
Estelle RogersEnsemble
V. A. RoseEnsemble
Maud SloaneSadie
Madison SmithHullybaloo
Mason SmithEnsemble
Edwin StevensMuley Mustapha
Rose StevensEnsemble
Maude StillmanEnsemble
Isabelle StuartEnsemble
Beth TitusEnsemble
G. M. ValeEnsemble
Henry VogelBaron Sauerbraten
music by Henry K. Hadley; lyrics by Frederic Ranken and George H. Broadhurst
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Strange, Odd, QueerCount Fromage de Brie, Baron Sauerbraten, Lord Worcestershire and The Grand Duke of Drinkamutchsky
It Is a Most Disagreeable Thing to DoMuley Mustapha and Ensemble
You Can't Fool All the People (All the Time)Nancy Brown
American, Oh, Girls?The Heiresses
The Little Bird Told Me SoVenderhyphen Jenks and Muriel
(The) Katydid, the Cricket and the Frog
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by James Weldon Johnson and Bob Cole)
Nancy Brown, Muley Mustapha and Noah Little
The Glow-worm and the Moth
(music by Max S. Witte)
Nancy Brown and Ensemble
Red, White and Blue GirlCompany
ACT 2 Sung By
Two Eyes
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by James Weldon Johnson)
The Melancholy Marshmallow
(music by Louis G. Munz; lyrics by Aaron Hoffman)
Nancy Brown
I'm Glad I'm Not Methusalem
(music by Eugene Ellsworth; lyrics by Eugene Ellsworth)
Socrates Finis, Muley Mustapha and Noah Little
Cupid's Ramble
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by James Weldon Johnson and Bob Cole)
Nancy Brown, Venderhyphen Jenks and Heiresses
The Military BandMara Mustapha and Company