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His Honor the Mayor   

 
New York Theatre, (5/28/1906 - Closing date unknown)
Wallack's Theatre, (7/30/1906 - 8/25/1906)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 28, 1906    
Closing Date: Aug 25, 1906 Total Performances: 104

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Courtyard of Hotel LaCarte, Paris; The Isle of Margitszeget; Ice Palace, Buda Pesth



Production Staff
Produced by Alfred E. Aarons
Music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons; Additional music by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields; Book by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner; Additional lyrics by Gus Edwards and Cobb and Shields; Lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner
Staged by J. S. Murray
Cast
Marion AlexanderChorus
Grace AndrewsChorus
John BeltonChorus
Rose BergChorus
Ella BernardChorus
Rose BirdChorus
W. W. Black"Reddy" Samson
a cowboy
Leon BotsfordChorus
Josef
waiter at LaCarte's Hotel
Julia BurnsChorus
Jessie CameronChorus
Jessie CarrChorus
Camille DarntonChorus
Lilly DeGrasseChorus
Nellie DeGrasseChorus
Arthur Earnest"Jack" Thayer
Prebble's chum
E.R. EdwardsChorus
Archie FalkChorus
Bessie FennellChorus
Clarence HarveyHon. Teddy Todd
Mayor of Kankakee
Elizabeth HawmanChorus
Louise HawmanChorus
Mabel HollinsDaisy
a milliner girl
Helen HowardChorus
Alice KeeseChorus
Harry KellyDeacon Flood
May's father
Beatrice LiddellChorus
Lora LiebMarjorie Vayne
Mrs. Vayne's stepdaughter
Birdice MacLaughlinChorus
Eleanor MansfieldChorus
Eva MarlowChorus
Dorothy MarloweChorus
Eva MarshChorus
Kitty MarshChorus
Madelyn MarshallMay Flood
Florence MayChorus
Seppie McNeilChorus
Edward MelandyChorus
J. S. MurrayR. LaCarte
manager of LaCarte's Hotel
Anna NelsonChorus
Fletcher NortonT. Chesterfield Prebble
an Anglicized native of Kankakee
Kitty ParksChorus
Hal PearsonChorus
Dauber Brush
Isobel PlunkettChorus
Carrie PoltzChorus
John H. PrattCaptain Rudolph Zitzky
of the Royal Hungarian Hussars
Blanche RingKatrinka
Ada RobertsonChorus
Charles RobinsonChorus
Lois TaborMrs. Vayne
a young widow
Catherine TannerLieutenant Schnipp
of the Royal Hungarian Hussars
Chorus
Jessie ThompsonChorus
Ocia ThompsonChorus
Helen TurnerChorus
E. E. Van RensselaerSolomon Syphonstein
a Parisian marriage-broker
Fred WaltonChorus
Marion WhitneyChorus
music by Julian Edwards and Alfred E. Aarons; lyrics by Charles J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Flower SongMarjorie Vayne (Mrs. Vayne's stepdaughter)
The Dainty MillinersDaisy (a milliner girl) and Pony Ballet
The Little Girl from IllinoisDaisy (a milliner girl) and Ponies
Come Take a Skate with Me
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by R.A. Browne)
Katrinka and R. LaCarte (manager of LaCarte's Hotel)
The Mayor of KankakeeHon. Teddy Todd (Mayor of Kankakee) and Chorus
I'll Travel the Links with YouHon. Teddy Todd (Mayor of Kankakee) and Chorus
The Land You Left BehindSextette
(She's All My Own) Mary Ann"Jack" Thayer (Prebble's chum) and Chorus
Call Around on SundayPonies
ACT 2 Sung By
Sweet TokayCaptain Rudolph Zitzky (of the Royal Hungarian Hussars) and Chorus
Military WillieT. Chesterfield Prebble (an Anglicized native of Kankakee) and Chorus
Magyar MaidKatrinka and Captain Rudolph Zitzky (of the Royal Hungarian Hussars)
A Little Girl Like MeDaisy (a milliner girl) and Chorus
Waltz Around Again, Willie ('Round-'Round-'Round)
(music by Ren Shields; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Daisy (a milliner girl)