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A Knight for a Day   

Wallack's Theatre, (12/16/1907 - 5/16/1908)
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Opening Date: Dec 16, 1907    
Closing Date: May 16, 1908 Total Performances: 176

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Mme. Woodbury's Seminary for Young Ladies at Evanston; the Island of Corsica

Production Staff
Produced by B. C. Whitney
Music by Raymond Hubbell; Lyrics by Robert B. Smith; Book by Robert B. Smith; Based on "Mamselle Sallie" by Robert B. Smith; Orchestra under the direction of Paul Schindler; Lyrics for "I'd Like Another Situation Just Like That" by M. Stephen; Featuring "My Very Own" by Clare Kummer
Staged by Gus Sohlke
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Arlene Falls
Percy BronsonEmile Sheldon
a university student
Will P. CarletonMarco
a Corsican
Sallie FisherMuriel Oliver
one of Mme. Woodbury's pupils
The Original Eight Berlin Dancing MadcapsUnder-Graduates
Corsican Dancers
John SlavinJonathan Joy
a self-alleged lawyer
May VokesTillie Day
a servant lady
Sherman WadeMarceline
the seminary chef
Virginia AdamsVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
May BennettVisiting Alumnus
Claire BourneGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Bonnie BunyeaVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Arthur CallignanCorsican Bandit
Arthur CardinalCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Jane CookGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Pearl DawsonGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Harry DeBanksCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Lee DeBoldCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Otto GoffneyCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Phyllis GordonVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Gavin HarrisSir Anthony Oliver
Muriel's father
an expressman
George HeadleyCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Lottie KendallElaine
Madame Woodbury's daughter
Blanche LaMasneyGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Marcel LambVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Frances LeClairVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Harry LoomisCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Lilia LoraineGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Carl NortiCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Lillian PiperGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Harry QuinlanCollege Student
Corsican Bandit
Harold ReynoldsCollege Student
Bobbie RobertsVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
May RocheGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
Evelyn SmithVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Georgia SnyderVisiting Alumnus
Georgie SnyderCorsican Youth
Josie SylvesterVisiting Alumnus
Corsican Youth
Mayme TaylorMme. Woodbury
principal of Evanston seminary for Young Ladies
Hazel TempletonGraduate
Corsican Flower Girl
music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Robert B. Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Sweet Girl GraduateChorus
Marceline's Meat SauceMarceline (the seminary chef) and Chorus
I'd Like Another Situation Just Like That
(lyrics by M. Stephen)
Tillie Day (a servant lady)
What Fools We Mortals BeJonathan Joy (a self-alleged lawyer) and Tillie Day (a servant lady)
Life Is a See-SawMuriel Oliver (one of Mme. Woodbury's pupils), Marco (a Corsican) and Chorus
My Very Own
(music by Clare Kummer; lyrics by Clare Kummer)
Muriel Oliver (one of Mme. Woodbury's pupils)
ACT 2 Sung By
(The) Little Girl in BlueMuriel Oliver (one of Mme. Woodbury's pupils) and Jonathan Joy (a self-alleged lawyer)
The Bold BandittiMadcaps and Marceline (the seminary chef)
Hurrah, Hurrah and Hurroo for ThatJonathan Joy (a self-alleged lawyer)
I'm Afraid to Go Home in the DarkMuriel Oliver (one of Mme. Woodbury's pupils)
Whistle As You Walk Out (Whistle When You Walk Out)Jonathan Joy (a self-alleged lawyer) and Chorus