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The Belle of London Town   

 
Lincoln Square Theatre , (1/28/1907 - 2/09/1907)
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Opening Date:Jan 28, 1907   
Closing Date:Feb 09, 1907 Total Performances:16

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in four acts
Setting: London, England


Production Staff
Produced by Messrs. Shubert (Lee and J. J.)
Music by Julian Edwards; Book by Hugh Stanislaus Stange; Lyrics by Hugh Stanislaus Stange; Musical Director: Herman Perlet
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Cast
Kathleen Clifford Betty
Camille D'Arville Lady Belinda Manners
Frank Farrington Lord Poppington
Joseph Frohoff Roger
Orville Harrold Lord Drinkwell
Hilda Hollins Lady Tattle
Giorgio Majeroni Captain Anthony Lovell
Hortense Mazurette Lady Speakill
Hal Pearson Lord Playmore
Ruth Peebles Clarissa Huntleigh
Karl Stall Sir John Manners
Edmund Stanley Prince Assam
Herman Steinman Lord Muddle
Belle Thorne Lady Airish
Arthur D. Wood Lord Plausible
music by Julian Edwards; lyrics by Stanislaus Stange
ACT 1Sung By
To Drink We Have No Fear Ensemble
The Light That Lies in Woman's Eyes
Magician Love Lady Belinda Manners
I Was Born to Rule
I Cannot Wait 'til Monday Clarissa Huntleigh and Prince Assam
They Pictured Me Like This Lady Airish
ACT 2Sung By
Let Us Gossip of the Latest Court Flirtation Ensemble
Fairy Beauty's Queen Ensemble
The Lady of Society Lady Belinda Manners
(The) Hindoo Paradise
I Should Have Been Offended If My Waist You Had Not Squeezed Clarissa Huntleigh and Prince Assam
When Fortune Smiles
ACT 3Sung By
Guardians of the House Betty and Roger
The Little Weather Vane
Drink With Me the Night Away Lady Belinda Manners
ACT 4Sung By
Love's Secret
Still the World Rolls On, On, On Lord Poppington