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George Washington, Jr.   

Herald Square Theatre , (2/12/1906 - 4/21/1906)
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Opening Date:Feb 12, 1906   
Closing Date:Apr 21, 1906 Total Performances:81

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Mt. Vernon, Washington, D.C., and Rhode Island

Production Staff
Produced by Sam H. Harris
Music by George M. Cohan; Book by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Music arranged by Charles J. Gebest
Staged by George M. Cohan
Scenic Design by John H. Young and Ernest Albert; Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson
Conducted by Charles J. Gebest
Samuel Avedon Drums
Joseph Butin Mandolin and Guitar Quartette
George M. Cohan George Belgrave
Helen F. Cohan Mrs. Stebbins
Jerry J. Cohan James Belgrave
John Kauffman Hotel Clerk
Joseph Leslie McFadden
Joseph Levere Colonel Williams
Ethel Levey Dolly Johnson
William Leyle Colonel Browne
Frank McNish Bell boy
Superintendent Dodge
Harry Montgomery Eaton Ham
Lee Myers Porter
Cleveland Nicholson Lord Rothburt
Walter Olcott Page
Eugene O'Rourke William Hopkins
Margie Rhodes Telephone Operator
Mr. Rostain Mandolin and Guitar Quartette
Truly Shattuck Evelyn Rothburt
Earl C. Stanley Colonel Greene
Mr. Tipaldi Mandolin and Guitar Quartette
Mr. Whitlaw Mandolin and Guitar Quartette
John Willard Colonel Pincus
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