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Mary's Lamb   

New York Theatre, (5/25/1908 - 7/18/1908)
New York Theatre, (8/24/1908 - 9/05/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: May 25, 1908    
Closing Date: Sep 05, 1908 Total Performances: 80

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: Based on the French farce "Mme. Mongodin"
Setting: Lamb's house and Alan's Studio in Haverstraw, New York

Production Staff
Produced by Richard Carle
Music by Richard Carle; Book by Richard Carle; Lyrics by Richard Carle; Orchestra under the direction of Frank Darling; Featuring "Letters" by Robert Hood Bowers; Featuring "Love Is Elusive" by H.L. Heartz
Staged by Richard Carle
Costume Design by Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company and Ena Welch
General Manager: Charles Marks
Frank H. Belcher"Bill" Blackwell
from Idaho
Richard CarleLeander Lamb
a martyr
Henrietta LeeSylvia Montrose
a retired actress
Berta MillsPhyllis Atwood
Lamb's niece
Elita Proctor OtisMary Miranda Lamb
a monarch
John B. ParkAlan Townshend
an artist
Edith St. ClairMercedes
Sylvia's maid
Abbott AdamsJudge Henry Gibson
Carmen EspinozaEdna Sydney
Winifred GilraineWeenie
a Dutch girl
Howard HallWillis Brooks
Marion MillsCelia Dale
Harry MontgomerySylvester Q. Nightingale
a servant
Herman NobleStacy Miller
Walter PaschalHorace Drummond
Evelyn RichmanLucille St. John
E. Paul SoutherGuy Whitaker
Rita StanwoodViola Fair
Ray YoungmanClyde Wetherbee
a secretary
music by Richard Carle; lyrics by Richard Carle
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Marching (from THE SPRING CHICKEN)Celia Dale (Guest), Cadets and Guests
Never Borrow TroublePhyllis Atwood (Lamb's niece) and "Bill" Blackwell (from Idaho)
Betsy's the Belle of the BathersLeander Lamb (a martyr) and Alan Townshend (an artist)
(music by Robert Hood Bowers)
Mercedes (Sylvia's maid) and Alan Townshend (an artist)
Jamais d'La VieSylvia Montrose (a retired actress) and Chorus
If No. 1 Met No. 2Leander Lamb (a martyr) and Guests
ACT 2 Sung By
My Madagascar MaidAlan Townshend (an artist) and Boys
The Modest Little ModelSylvia Montrose (a retired actress) and Models
ACT 3 Sung By
We're HollandaiseWeenie (a Dutch girl) and Dutch Girls
Love Is Elusive (from THE TENDERFOOT)
(music by H.L. Heartz)
Phyllis Atwood (Lamb's niece)
I Idolize Ida"Bill" Blackwell (from Idaho), Boys and Girls