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The Top o' th' World   

Majestic Theatre, (10/19/1907 - circa. 2/03/1908)
Casino Theatre, (2/03/1908 - 2/22/1908)
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Opening Date: Oct 19, 1907    
Closing Date: Feb 22, 1908 Total Performances: 156

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Original, Broadway
Setting: Kris Kringle's work shop in Xmas Land; A Pass in the Mountains; Palace of Aurora Borealis

Production Staff
Produced by J. M. Allison
Music by Manuel Klein and Anne Caldwell; Book by Mark E. Swan; Lyrics by James O'Dea; Featuring songs with lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert; Musical Director: Albert Krausse
Choreographed by William Rock and Signor Luigi Albertieri; Staged by Frank Smithson
Scenic Design by Frank Platzer and D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Archie Gunn
Harry FairleighShellman
a balloonist
Anna LaughlinKokomo
an Eskimo belle
Giorgio MajeroniJack Frost
King of the North Wind
John McVeighWestinghouse Morse
a hustling inventor
George W. MonroeAurora Borealis
Queen of the North
Nell AdamsIce Guard
Julian AlfredGnome
Harry AliGnome
The One Girl
Rudolph AllenGnome
Ralph AustinThe Candy Kid
an Arctic Practical Joker
Fred BaileyJack in the Box
a Wonderful Toy
Carolyn BarberIce Guard
The One Girl
Jean BarnetteMarionette Doll
Russell BassettKris Kringle
the Toymaker
Susanne BoydIce Guard
Jud. BradyGnome
Virginia CalvertThe One Girl
Marionette Doll
George CampbellGnome
Kathleen CliffordMaida
a little girl who wants to grow up
Dorothy CooperIce Maiden
Wellington CrossGnome
Vivian DanversMarionette Doll
The One Girl
Margaret DeBohmarGrenadier
Ice Maiden
The One Girl
Nita DermondIce Maiden
Helen DesmondIce Guard
Sam DiamondGnome
Roger DolanKankakee
an Eskimo chief
Tempe EvansIce Guard
Anna FordSnow Boy
Marionette Doll
The One Girl
Bessie FranklinBilly
an apprentice of Kris Kringle
John GibbonsGnome
Elsie GilbertSunny Jim
The One Girl
Virginia GuestGrenadier
Ice Maiden
Ruth HartmanGrenadier
Ice Maiden
Henriette HerbertIce Guard
Arthur HillThe Friendly Bear
a Stretch of Imagination
Dorothy HoneyMarionette Doll
The One Girl
Marjorie JordanIce Guard
The One Girl
Dixie KirtlandThe One Girl
Aida KleinMarionette Doll
The One Girl
Jane LorasIce Maiden
Alice MarkGrenadier
Ice Maiden
Robert MerrimanGnome
Lucille MonroeIce Guard
Helene MontrosePrince Tinymite
Mary MooneyIce Guard
The One Girl
Ida MordauntIce Guard
Mabel MordauntTyrolean
The One Girl
Edith NewmanGrenadier
Ice Maiden
Bobbie NolanThe One Girl
Chief of Police
Artie PrattGnome
Jane QuirkGrenadier
Florrie RoyceCollo
The One Girl
Fred SteinmanGnome
Carl TaxwoodGnome
Benjamin TiemanGnome
Simeon TomarsGnome
Nettie UartIce Guard
Daisy VirginiaTyrolean
The One Girl
Frost King
Jane WardIce Guard
The One Girl
Blanche WayneStalacta
an Ice Vestal
Grace WhiteleyGrenadier
Ice Maiden
Madora WilliamsMarionette Doll
The One Girl
music by Manuel Klein and Anne Caldwell; lyrics by James O'Dea
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
O'er the SnowsEskimo Kiddies and Gnomes
Busy Mr. BeeKokomo (an Eskimo belle) and Westinghouse Morse (a hustling inventor)
How'd You Like to Be My Bow-Wow-Wow?Kiddies and Collies
Where Fate Shall GuideShellman (a balloonist)
Riddle-Ma-ReeMaida (a little girl who wants to grow up), Jack Frost (King of the North Wind) and The Candy Kid (an Arctic Practical Joker)
Hail to AuroraChorus
Aurora from Aurora, IllinoisAurora Borealis (Queen of the North)
Hand Me Out a LaughAurora Borealis (Queen of the North), Jack in the Box (a Wonderful Toy) and The Candy Kid (an Arctic Practical Joker)
Why Don't YouKokomo (an Eskimo belle)
My DollsEntire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Yankee Doodle YarnsJack in the Box (a Wonderful Toy) and The Candy Kid (an Arctic Practical Joker)
Cupid and You and I
(lyrics by Manuel Klein)
Maida (a little girl who wants to grow up) and Shellman (a balloonist)
Little Brown HenKokomo (an Eskimo belle) and Westinghouse Morse (a hustling inventor)
(Sailing in a) Sea-going Hack
(lyrics by Joseph W. Herbert)
Aurora Borealis (Queen of the North) and Chorus
My Shaggy Old Polar BearMaida (a little girl who wants to grow up) and The Friendly Bear (a Stretch of Imagination)
The One GirlAffinities and Divinities
Side By SideKokomo (an Eskimo belle) and Company