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Sergeant Brue   

Knickerbocker Theatre, (4/24/1905 - 7/01/1905)
Knickerbocker Theatre, (8/14/1905 - 9/02/1905)
Grand Opera House, (3/26/1906 - circa. 3/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Apr 24, 1905    
Closing Date: Mar 1906 Total Performances: 101

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Michael Brue's hairdressing salon, the Green Park Hotel, Crawlborough Street Police Court, and a house in Berkeley Square

Production Staff
Produced by Charles B. Dillingham; Produced by arrangement with Klaw & Erlanger
Lyrics by Owen Hall and D. K. Stevens; Book by Owen Hall; Music by Liza Lehman; Additional lyrics by William Jerome, Paul West, Fred Murray, Clare Kummer, D. K. Stevens, Anne Caldwell, P. G. Wodehouse, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Frank Leo and Dave Reed, Jr.; Additional music by Jean Schwartz, Clare Kummer, D. K. Stevens, James O'Dea, George Brevard, John W. Bratton, Benjamin Hapgood Burt, Frank Leo, Frederick Rosse and Dave Reed, Jr.; Musical Director: Watty Hydes
Staged by Herbert Gresham
Scenic Design by Richard Marston; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
David BennettCaptain Bay
Nace BonvilleMatthew Habbishom
Greta BurdickMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Irene CameronMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Louise ClairMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Gilbert ClaytonMr. Crank
Mary ClaytonMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Della ConnorMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Sally DalyPippins
Frank DanielsSergeant Brue
Madge DawsonMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Olive DayMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Sallie FisherAurora Brue
Anna FitzhughMabel Widgett
Louis FitzroyHaddon Wallis
Ida GabrielleDot
Aileen GoodwinMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Alfred HickmanMichael Brue
Leavitt JamesBill Nokes
Clara Bell JeromeDaisy
Florence LathamMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Claire LeslieMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
George LestocqPercy Proctor
Harry MacDonoughCrookie Scrubbs
Nellie MayneMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Leslie MayoBridget
Myrtle McGrainMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Walter PercivalGerald Treherne
Cissie RaynorMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Dollie ReadMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
James ReanyInspector Gorringe
Blanche RingLady Bickenhall
Vivienne RussellMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Elphye SnowdenMember of Lady Bickenhall's Committee
Lawrence WheatRev. John Lamb
music by Liza Lehman; lyrics by Owen Hall
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Saturday After Two
(music by D. K. Stevens; lyrics by D. K. Stevens)
Lady Bickenhall
Sergeant Brue
(music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Paul West)
(All in the) Line of Duty
(music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Paul West)
(music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Paul West)
Daisy and Sergeant Brue
My Irish Molly O
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Lady Bickenhall
A Message from the Land of Love
(music by Dave Reed, Jr.; lyrics by Dave Reed, Jr.)
Mabel Widgett
Our EmporiumChorus
Young Man in a ShopMichael Brue and Chorus
Saturday Afternoon
(music by James O'Dea; lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Lady Bickenhall and Chorus
A Cup of TeaAurora Brue and Gerald Treherne
I'm a Sergeant of PoliceSergeant Brue and Company
Hail to the Piccadilly HeroCompany
ACT 2 Sung By
We Have DinedChorus
Old Man Shea
(music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Sergeant Brue and Company
Put Me in My Little Cell
(music by Frederick Rosse; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Crookie Scrubbs, Rev. John Lamb and Captain Bay
Welcome Mr. Brue
(music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
Let Me Sing
(music by Frank Leo; lyrics by Frank Leo)
Sergeant Brue and Company
LancersSergeant Brue and Company
Oh, Help!Company
ACT 3 Sung By
Hail to the MagistrateChorus
Zoological PartyChorus
I Was Born on a Friday
(music by George Brevard; lyrics by Fred Murray)
Sergeant Brue
(music by Clare Kummer; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Lady Bickenhall and Chorus
Sweet Anastasia Brady
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Aurora Brue and Company