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The Belle of Mayfair   

 
Daly's Theatre , (12/03/1906 - 3/30/1907)
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Opening Date:Dec 03, 1906   
Closing Date:Mar 30, 1907 Total Performances:140

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A Bazaar in a private park and drawing-room in Sir John Caldicott's house


Production Staff
Produced by Thomas W. Ryley
Music by Leslie Stuart; Book by Charles H. E. Brookfield and Cosmo Hamilton; Featuring songs with lyrics by William Caine
Directed by Harry B. Burcher
Scenic Design by Young Brothers & Boss Co.; Gowns by: John Wanamaker; Modern clothes by: Ritchie Harnden
Conducted by Antonio DeNovellis
Cast
Trestell Ayres Guest
Edith Barr Little Bud
Stella Beardsley Lady Peter Robinson
Irene Bentley H.S.H. Princess Carl of Ehbreneitstein
Viola Bowers Stall-holder
Harry B. Burcher The Earl of Mount Highgate
Richard F. Carroll Sir John Chaldicott, Bart, M.P.
Clare Cascelles Lady Hayward
Bessie Clayton The Belle of Mayfair
Gene Cole Stall-holder
J. Costellanos Bandmaster
Ethel Davis Little Bud
J. Davis Guest
Richard Davis Guest
Lillian Earle Stall-holder
Rose Eaton Little Bud
Roselle Esposit Cupid
Maud Faulkland Stall-holder
Hattie Forsythe Lady Lucille
W. Freeman Bramley
Honore French The Countess of Mount Highgate
Florence Gardner Stall-holder
Jack Gardner Hugh Meredith
William Griffin Guest
Walter Grover Guest
May Hobson Lady Jay
Harry Hoffmann Guest
Harry Husk Guest
Dorothy Hutchinson Little Bud
Alice Knowlton Stall-holder
Myrtle Lawton Stall-holder
Caroline Lee Stall-holder
Christie MacDonald Julia
Eula Mannering Stall-holder
Beulah Martin Stall-holder
Ignacio Martinetti Comte de Perrier
Sadie Miner Stall-holder
J. Louis Mintz Sir George Cheatham, K.C.
Palmyre Monnett Stall-holder
Arthur Nestor Guest
Cyril Offage Charlie Goodyer
Jennie Opie Lady Chaldicott
Joseph Parsons Guest
Eleanor Pendleton Lady Paquin
Bessie Penn Stall-holder
Grace Russell Little Bud
Margaret Rutledge Lady Louise
Florence Saville Stall-holder
Frank W. Shea Simpson
J. Sidney Guest
Valeska Suratt Duchess of Dunmow
Alice Tallant Stall-holder
Beatrix Tuite-Dalton Stall-holder
Ethel Vivian Little Bud
Effie Wheeler Little Bud
Van Rensselaer Wheeler Honorable Raymond Finchley
Annabelle Whitford Lady Violet Gussop
Elizabeth Whitney Lady Swan
Rose Winter Lady Edgar
Pierre Young Guest
music by Leslie Stuart; lyrics by Charles H. E. Brookfield and Cosmo Hamilton
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Bells in the Morning
(lyrics by William Caine)
The Belle of Mayfair
I'm a Military Man
(lyrics by William Caine)
The Earl of Mount Highgate
Eight Little Debutantes Are We
(lyrics by William Caine)
Debutantes
I'm a Duchess
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
Duchess of Dunmow
In Gay Mayfair
(lyrics by William Caine)
Julia
Welcome to Princess
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
Chorus
Said I to Myself
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
H.S.H. Princess Carl of Ehbreneitstein
Where You Go Will I Go
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
Julia
Come to St. George's
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Julia, H.S.H. Princess Carl of Ehbreneitstein, Honorable Raymond Finchley and Hugh Meredith
Finale
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
My Lady Fair Stall-holder and Chorus
My Little Girl is a Shy Little Girl
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
The Belle of Mayfair and Comte de Perrier
Hello, Come Along Girls
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Hugh Meredith, Debutantes and Little Buds
We've Come from Court
(lyrics by Basil Hood)
Julia, H.S.H. Princess Carl of Ehbreneitstein, Lady Chaldicott, Comte de Perrier, Sir George Cheatham, K.C. and Guests
And the Weeping Willow Wept
(lyrics by George Arthurs)
H.S.H. Princess Carl of Ehbreneitstein
The Little Girl at the Sweet Shop Julia
What Makes the Woman?
(lyrics by George Arthurs)
Honorable Raymond Finchley
Why Do They Call Me a Gibson Girl
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Duchess of Dunmow, The Earl of Mount Highgate and Debutantes
I Know a Girl
(lyrics by Leslie Stuart)
Honorable Raymond Finchley, Hugh Meredith, Comte de Perrier, The Earl of Mount Highgate and Sir John Chaldicott, Bart, M.P.
Come to St. George's (Finale) Chorus