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Shubert Theatre, (5/29/1916 - Closing date unknown)
Astor Theatre, (7/10/1916 - 8/12/1916)
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Opening Date: May 29, 1916    
Closing Date: Aug 12, 1916 Total Performances: 88

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: A department store in London and the Jardin de Paris at Hammersmith

Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by E. Ray Goetz and Bert Grant; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Based on a libretto for the musical "The Girl Behind the Counter" by Edgar Smith; Musical Director: Frank E. Tours; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler
Staged by Frank McCormack; Choreographed by Jack Mason
Costume Design by Orange Manufacturing Company and Mme. Kahn; Scenic Design by Edward Sundquist and P. Dodd Ackerman
Henry BergmanDudley Cheatham
Inez BorreroChorus
Nan J. BrennanMrs. Crossleigh Shoppington
Lew BriceThe Honorable Bertie Epsom
Betty BrownChorus
Maida BurkaChorus
Cecile CarterChorus
Adele ChristyChorus
Kenneth ChristyChorus
Gladys ClarkSusie Scraggs
James ClarkChorus
Louise ClarkMitzi Gossard
Faun ConwayChorus
Al CooperChorus
Jock DonnellyChorus
Kitty DonnellyChorus
DoraldinaHawaiian Dancer
Gladys DupellChorus
Martha ErlichMrs. M. Whittington
Marguerite FarrellMillie Mostyn
Lew M. FieldsHenry Schniff
Alice FischerMrs. Henry Schniff
Dorothy FlamChorus
Perle GermondeChorus
Mabel GoddingChorus
Bessie GrayChorus
Harriet GustinChorus
Betty HamiltonChorus
Laura HamiltonNinette Valois
Fannie HasbrouckMaggie
Ethel HobartChorus
Maud HomerChorus
May HomerChorus
Charles JudelsHenri Duval
Mildred KeenanChorus
William KinleyChorus
Dorothy LeedsChorus
Beth LydyWinnie Willoughby
Kitty MahoneyChorus
Violet MarsdenChorus
Bobbie McCormackChorus
Joseph McGurganChorus
Frances MinkChorus
Charles MitchellWillard Fitzcorbett
Frances MorrisChorus
Selma MorrisChorus
Lotta MorseChorus
Walter MozeeChorus
George O'DonnellChorus
Gwendolyn PardueChorus
Violet PardueChorus
Virginia RichardsonMiss Billings
Edna RochelleChorus
Ethel RosebudChorus
Jean RussellChorus
Betty ShannonChorus
Esther ShannonChorus
James A. SmithChorus
Nancy SmithChorus
Trixie SmithChorus
Esther SolonChorus
Lionel SpencerChorus
Hortense TaylorChorus
Virginia TaylorChorus
John Charles ThomasCharles Chetwynd
Ernest TorrenceLord Augustus Gushington
Peggy TrevorChorus
Alice Van RykerChorus
Margaret VingutChorus
Lolita WhitmoreChorus
music by E. Ray Goetz and Bert Grant; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Keep Up the PaceEnsemble
Step This WayHenri Duval and Chorus
Romany (When the Sun Goes Down in Romany)
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Susie Scraggs and Dudley Cheatham
The Heart of the Golden WestCharles Chetwynd
Kelly (If I Knock the 'L' Out of Kelly)
(lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young)
Millie Mostyn and Chorus
You Ought To Go to ParisNinette Valois and Rumbo and the High Steppers
Won't You Buy?Winnie Willoughby and Charles Chetwynd
ACT 2 Sung By
FrivolityEight High Steppers
Love Me at Twilight
(lyrics by Joe Young and William Jerome)
Winnie Willoughby and Chorus
I've Got a Sweet Tooth (Bothering Me)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Susie Scraggs and Dudley Cheatham
Cairo (When You Drop Off at Cairo, Illinois)
(music by Cliff Hess and E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Cliff Hess and E. Ray Goetz)
Millie Mostyn and Chorus
By the Sad Luana ShoreSusie Scraggs, Dudley Cheatham and Chorus
All for YouWinnie Willoughby and Charles Chetwynd