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The Mayor of Tokio   

New York Theatre, (12/04/1905 - 1/13/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Dec 04, 1905    
Closing Date: Jan 13, 1906 Total Performances: 50

Category: Musical, Farce, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in two acts
Setting: Tokio, Japan

Production Staff
Produced by Richard Carle
Music by William Frederick Peters; Book by Richard Carle; Lyrics by Richard Carle; Musical Director: Alfred Moulton; Featuring songs with lyrics by Robert I. Beecher, James R. Montague and Arthur Burrows
Staged by Richard Carle; Dances arranged by: Adolph Neuberger
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge and Thomas Bradley; Costume Design by Mme. E.S. Freisinger and Ena Welch
Lucille AdamsSailor Lady
A Peanut
Edwin BakerNikko
Inez BauerA Peanut
Sailor Lady
George BoguesYachtman
Helen BrandonSailor Lady
A Peanut
Jess CaineTanake
Clarence CaldrenYachtman
Richard CarleMarcus Orlando Kidder
Rollo CarnegieThe Ostrich
Laura CastleGeisha
Dancing Girl
Yachting Girl
Minerva CourtneyBirdie Talcum
J.W. CunninghamYachtman
Jeannette DespresGeisha
Sailor Lady
Bert DodsworthGeisha
Dancing Girl
Sailor Lady
Lillian DohertyKimono
Maid of Honor
Marjorie ElliottYachting Girl
John FlynnYachtman
Fred FrearKow Tow
Jane GrantSailor Lady
Cecil GrayGeisha
Alice GreyGeisha
Dancing Girl
Sailor Lady
Jane GriffithGeisha
Yachting Girl
Dancing Girl
Effie HamiltonYachting Girl
Ross HarveyYachtman
Adele HertraisSailor Lady
Harry IrwinYachtman
Emma JanvierMadame Stitch
Daisy JohnstoneDancing Girl
A Peanut
Sailor Lady
Florence JonesSailor Lady
Dancing Girl
Robert LaidlawYachtman
Sylvain LangloisGeneral Satake
Ida LindDancing Girl
Sailor Lady
Ethel LloydToma
Maid of Honor
Beatrice MackA Peanut
Sailor Lady
Violet MackGeisha
Yachting Girl
Jo Smith MarbaIvan Orfulitch
Hortense MazuretteOloto San
Lillian McCeneySailor Lady
Dancing Girl
Florence MeigsYachting Girl
Ada MitchellYamo
Maid of Honor
Irene O'DonnellSailor Lady
A Peanut
William H. PlattAwaki
Olive RobertsA Peanut
Sailor Lady
William RockRusty
Adele RowlandBetsy Lincoln
Marie SalisburyA Peanut
Sailor Lady
Harry W. SmithYachtman
Adelaide ThompsonYachting Girl
Madge VincentChub
A Peanut
Albert WellerstedtJulian Lincoln
Florence WillardeYlang Ylang
Maid of Honor
music by William Frederick Peters; lyrics by Richard Carle
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Bridal SongCompany
TokioBetsy Lincoln and Chorus
Conspirators Are WeGeneral Satake and Ivan Orfulitch
Welcome, OlotoYlang Ylang, Kimono, Toma and Yamo
Pity My Pitiful Plight
(lyrics by Arthur Burrows)
Oloto San and Chorus
Cheer Up EverybodyMarcus Orlando Kidder, Madame Stitch, Rusty, Birdie Talcum and The Peanuts
Entrance of Kow Tow
(lyrics by Robert I. Beecher)
The Mayor of TokioKow Tow and Chorus
A Comic Opera CapsuleBetsy Lincoln and Marcus Orlando Kidder
Kidder's ReceptionChorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Festival of Mourning
(lyrics by James R. Montague and Robert I. Beecher)
Cruising HomeMarcus Orlando Kidder, Kow Tow and Rusty
(The) Silver Sea of LoveOloto San and Julian Lincoln
When Ocean Breezes Blow
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Betsy Lincoln and Chorus
(lyrics by Arthur Gillespie)
Marcus Orlando Kidder
Is Marriage a Failure?Kow Tow and Madame Stitch
I Like You
(lyrics by Richard Carle, Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner)
Marcus Orlando Kidder and Chorus
La Dance Blanche et NoireRusty, Birdie Talcum and The Peanuts