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The Duke of Duluth   

Majestic Theatre , (9/11/1905 - 9/30/1905)
Haverly's 14th Street Theatre , (10/09/1905 - 10/14/1905)
American Theatre , (12/04/1905 - circa. 12/1905)
West End Theatre , (1/01/1906 - 1/06/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 11, 1905   
Closing Date:Jan 06, 1906 Total Performances:48

Category: Musical, Farce, Opera, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: The land of Wot, the usual suppositious country in the usual suppositious location

Production Staff
Produced by Broadhurst & Currie
Music by Max S. Witte; Lyrics by George H. Broadhurst; Book by George H. Broadhurst; Musical Director: Max S. Witte; Featuring songs by Gertrude Hoffman; Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan
Staged by George H. Broadhurst; Choreographed by Sam Marion and Jack Mason
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, Frank E. Gates and Edward A. Morange; Costume Design by Will R. Barnes
Jeannette Allen Chorus
Josephine Arden Chorus
Hattie Arnold Princess Flirtino
Florence Bain Chorus
Carrie Baird Chorus
Edward Beck Chorus
May Blake Chorus
Eleanor Brooks Terpsio
Georgia Brooks Ballera
Catherine Call Jhansi
J. E. Campbell Chorus
Etta Carlton Chorus
Grace Cooke Chorus
Violet Curtis Chorus
Verna Dalton Chorus
C. Danielson Chorus
Edmond Danton Chorus
Vinnie Danvers Chorus
Danill Day Chorus
Goldie Daymon Chorus
Frank Dearduff The High Priest
Edith Decker Ameera
Edith Duryea Chorus
Elizabeth Elliott Chorus
Maude Elliott Chorus
Adolph Ethel Chorus
Margaret Fealy Chorus
A. G. Franklin Messenger
Robert Peyton Gibbs Guiseppi Barratta
Carolyn Green Chorus
Nick Grist Chorus
Blanche Grosjean Chorus
May Harrison Assistant to the High Priest
Stanley Hawkins Dennis O'Hara
Edgar F. Hill Chorus
W. S. Horton Chorus
Georgie Irving Chorus
Inez Jones Chorus
Edward Lawrence Chorus
Beatrice Lindsey Chorus
Margaret Love Chorus
Ada Mack Chorus
Ida Manierre Chorus
Diva Marolda Bianca
Glora Mason Chorus
George McIntosh Chorus
Madge Melbourne Chorus
Gertrude Merrill Lieutenant
M. M. Moore Chorus
Blanche Morrell Chorus
Marjorie Nevin Chorus
Lillian Nicholson Chorus
Annabel Nivens Chorus
Henry Norman Kiakka IV
John O'Donnell Chorus
Elphie Phillips Chorus
Anne Raymond Chorus
J. Richard Chorus
Carl Schell Chorus
Lillian Singleton Chorus
Bessie Stillman Chorus
Carl Taxwood Chorus
Charlotte Tillman Chorus
Lottie Wesner Chorus
Frank White Jasper Washtington Green
Muriel Wilbur Chorus
Nat M. Wills Darling Doolittle
Sadie Wyman Chorus
music by Max S. Witte; lyrics by George H. Broadhurst
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
The Land of Wot Kiakka IV and Chorus
There's One Sweetheart I'll Never Forget Dennis O'Hara
While in My Submarine Darling Doolittle and Chorus
My Dainty Dresden Shepherdess Jhansi and Dresden Girls
Zenedee Ameera and Male Chorus
The Sweetest Part of Loving is to Dream Princess Flirtino and Darling Doolittle
Nicodemus Jhansi and Chorus
If My Man Could Do It for Me Darling Doolittle and Chorus
Strenuous Darling Doolittle and Entire Company
ACT 2Sung By
My Sweet Wild Rose Ameera and Chorus
No Peach Hangs Too High for Him Then Kiakka IV
Through All Eternity Ameera and Dennis O'Hara
Rosita Darling Doolittle and Dancing Girls
(Give Me) Death or Victory Dennis O'Hara and Chorus
G.O.P. (from FANTANA)
(music by Gertrude Hoffman; lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Darling Doolittle