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Three Twins   

Closed at Herald Square due to a fire
Herald Square Theatre, (6/15/1908 - 12/22/1908)
Majestic Theatre, (1/18/1909 - 3/20/1909)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Jun 15, 1908    
Closing Date: Mar 20, 1909 Total Performances: 289

Category: Musical, Play, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: On the beach at Sea View; Reception room of Dr. Hartman's sanitarium

Production Staff
Produced by Joseph M. Gaites
Music by Karl Hoschna; Book by Charles Dickson; Based on the farce "Incog." by Mrs. R. Pacheco; Lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach; Lyrics for "(The) Yama Yama Man" by Collin Davis; Musical Director: DeWitt C. Coolman
Staged by Gus Sohlke
Scenic Design by P. Dodd Ackerman; Costume Design by Orange Manufacturing Company
Martin BrownNed Maryland
in love with Isabel
Clifton CrawfordTom Stanhope
his father's son
Willard CurtissHarry Winters
Molly's expected bridegroom
Bessie McCoyMolly Sommers
always happy
Alice YorkeKate Armitage
Tom's sweetheart
Ida AdamsSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Joseph AllenGeneral Stanhope
a martyr to dyspepsia
Daisy AppeltBathing Girl
Jessica BergSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Florence BlakeSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Anna Boyd
Marjorie Cogan
Harry CollinsTennis Boy
Hattie DeVonSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Rae DixonBathing Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Mabel ElmoreBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Helen FalconerBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Connie FarberRichard Winters
Dick's son
Boating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Irene FarberBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Ethel FawcettBathing Girl
Charles FitzTennis Boy
W. J. FordTennis Boy
Laura GaynelleBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Ernest GeyerTennis Boy
Viola GrantBathing Girl
Walter JenkinsTennis Boy
Joseph KaufmanDick Winters
somewhat nervous
Frances KennedyMrs. Dick Winters
a cheerful weeper
Blanche LaMasneyBathing Girl
Lillian Lawson
Dixie LeighBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Bessie LeonardBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
T. C. MacMahonTennis Boy
Florrie MadisonBathing Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
George MansfieldTennis Boy
W.J. McCarthyDr. Siegfried Hartman
Jo. McIntyreBessie Winters
Dick's daughter
Boating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
C. McKinleyTennis Boy
Irene McLaughlinSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Tom McMahonMatthew
an attendant
Eva MullBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Alice PackardBathing Girl
Theresa PowersSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
George RossTennis Boy
S. SommervilleTennis Boy
Clara StantonSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Virginia SteinhardtSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Jessie StonerSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Richard Taber
Stella Tracy
Mona TriesteSummer Girl
Boo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
Sanitarium Visitor
Florence WillardIsabel Howard
the General's ward
Hazel WilliamsBoating Boy
Yama Yama Girl
Blanche WilsonBoo Hoo Tee Hee Girl
music by Karl Hoschna; lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Summer PastimesChorus
Over ThereTom Stanhope (his father's son)
Good Night, SweetheartTom Stanhope (his father's son) and Kate Armitage (Tom's sweetheart)
Boo-Hoo-Tee-HeeMrs. Dick Winters (a cheerful weeper), Molly Sommers (always happy) and Girls
Cuddle Up a Little Closer, Lovey MineKate Armitage (Tom's sweetheart) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
At a ReceptionTom Stanhope (his father's son)
Little Miss Up-to-DateNed Maryland (in love with Isabel) and Isabel Howard (the General's ward)
The Hypnotic KissTom Stanhope (his father's son) and Molly Sommers (always happy)
The (Little) Girl Up ThereKate Armitage (Tom's sweetheart)
(The) Yama Yama Man
(lyrics by Collin Davis)
Molly Sommers (always happy) and Yama yama Girls