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The Lady from Lane's   

Lyric Theatre , (8/19/1907 - circa. 9/19/1907)
Casino Theatre , (9/19/1907 - 9/28/1907)
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Opening Date:Aug 19, 1907   
Closing Date:Sep 28, 1907 Total Performances:47

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Act I: Parlor of Hotel at Old Point Comfort, Virginia. Act II: Sun Parlor in same hotel. Act III: the parade grounds at Fortress Monroe

Production Staff
Produced by Broadhurst & Currie
Music by Gustav Kerker; Lyrics by George Broadhurst; Book by George Broadhurst; Featuring "My Old Rocking Chair" by George Spink
Produced under the stage direction of Thomas Wise; Musical numbers under the direction of Lewis Hooper
Settings by D. Frank Dodge, Frank E. Gates and E. A. Morange; Costume Design by Mlle. Frederica DeWolfe and Mood
Orchestra under the direction of Herman Perlet
Percy Bronson Arthur Gilbert
Seabright's nephew
Robert Peyton Carter Wayland Clingstone
one of the boys of long ago
Ida Hawley Florence Gilbert
Seabright's niece
Walter Percival Lieutenant King
stationed at Fortress Monroe
Truly Shattuck Adelaide Forster
(The Lady) from Lane's detective agency
Thomas Wise Singleton Seabright
who assumes the name of Bassett
William Barrows Front
who runs the hotel
Marie Barry Cashier
John Brander Henry Andrews
a policeman
Irene Chandler Telephone Girl
Edna Clark Telephone Girl
Helen Courtney Telephone Girl
Mrs. E.A. Eberle Arabella Clingstone
an appropriated angel
Margaret Fealy Cashier
Anna Hall Typewriter
Mary Harris Cashier
Frank Kelley Johnson
a fearless detective
Virginia Laurance Telephone Girl
Georgie Lawrence Mamie Morris
Miss Gilbert's maid
Myrtle Lawton Cashier
Arthur Lichty Bell-Boy
Irene Love Telephone Girl
John Meagher Porter
Charles Melville Bell-Boy
Beula Montroise Telephone Girl
J. W. Murphy Porter
Julie Newell Typewriter
Alice Packard Typewriter
Lucille Parrish Typewriter
Eleanor Russell Typewriter
Harold Russell Porter
Georgie Sage Telephone Girl
Mabel Shepherd Cashier
Edith Sladden Typewriter
Georgia Snyder Cashier
Polly Stanley Cashier
Gertrude Taylor Cashier
Frank Unger William Darrow
a policeman
Lionel Walsh Lord Choppentott
Dorothy Watson Typewriter
Charles Wedlake Bell-Boy
Joseph Wells Porter
Florence Westervelt Telephone Girl
Edith Williams Telephone Girl
Frank Williams Bell-Boy
music by Gustav Kerker; lyrics by George Broadhurst
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Take a Maid Florence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Arthur Gilbert (Seabright's nephew)
That Really Was a Lovely Place for Me Mamie Morris (Miss Gilbert's maid)
It Takes a Woman to Catch a Man Adelaide Forster ((The Lady) from Lane's detective agency)
(Rock-Rock-Rock Let Me Rock in) My Old Rocking Chair
(music by George Spink; lyrics by George Spink)
Singleton Seabright (who assumes the name of Bassett) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
I Met My Love in a Restaurant Lieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe) and Chorus
I Never Do It Now Wayland Clingstone (one of the boys of long ago), Arthur Gilbert (Seabright's nephew) and Front (who runs the hotel)
You, Just You Florence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Chorus
Story Book Days Lieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe)
(The) Correspondence School Mamie Morris (Miss Gilbert's maid)
ACT 3Sung By
Ladies' Day Parade Lieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe) and Chorus
Woman, Lovely Woman Singleton Seabright (who assumes the name of Bassett)
The Sweetest Words That E'er Were Said Florence Gilbert (Seabright's niece) and Lieutenant King (stationed at Fortress Monroe)