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The Girls of Gottenberg   

 
Knickerbocker Theatre, (9/02/1908 - 11/28/1908)
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Opening Date: Sep 02, 1908    
Closing Date: Nov 28, 1908 Total Performances: 103

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Rottenberg and Gottenberg



Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; Book by L. E. Berman and George Grossmith, Jr.; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood; Featuring songs by W.T. Francis and Jerome Kern; Featuring songs with lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr. and Lionel Monckton; Lyrics for "Clementine" by J. B. Loughrey; Lyrics for "Freda" by M. E. Rourke; Featuring "Here's to the Girl" by Will R. Anderson; Lyrics for "I Can't Say That You're the Only One" by C.H. Bovill; Lyrics for "Queenie (Was There) with Her Hair in a Braid" by John L. Hazzard; Orchestra under the direction of W.T. Francis
Staged by J. A. E. Malone
Cast
James BlakeleyMax Moddelkopf
Ernest CossartColonel Finkhausen
Blue Hussars
Louise DresserClementine
the Burgomaster's daughter
Edward GarvieBurgomaster
John E. HazzardBrittbottl
Sergeant of Hussars
Lionel MacKinderOtto
Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim
Wallace McCutcheonAlbrecht
Captain of Dragoons
Warwick WellingtonFritz
Blue Hussars
Herman BrandPrivate Schmidt
Blue Hussars
Louise BrunnelleKatrina
the only girl in Rottenberg
Ross CliffordGeneral the Margrave of Saxe-Nierstein
Ridgwell CullumFranz
Blue Hussars
M. GrantWaiter
Mabel HollinsMinna
Captain of College
Edith KellyLucille
maid to Elsa
Adelaide KornauLina
head of the Borussia
Sarony LambertKannenbier
an innkeeper
Mary LeeEva
head of the Saxonia Corps
M. LeechWaiter
Guy MaingyCorporal Riethen
Blue Hussars
Molly McGrathAnna
head of the Pomerania Corps
Gertie MillarMitzi
the Innkeeper's daughter
Overton MoyleHerman
Blue Hussars
Hazel NeasonKathie
R.R. NeillAdolf
town clerk
Clara PittFreda
head of Alemannia Corps
Grace RiopelHana
Esther RobinsonBetti Berncastler
the Doctor's daughter
Henry VincentCarl
Blue Hussars
Ethel VivianHilda
Grace WalshBarbara Briefmark
the Postmaster's daughter
Theodore WaltersPoliceman
music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Adrian Ross and Basil Hood
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
The Only GirlFritz (Blue Hussars)
Off to GottenbergOtto (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim), Herman (Blue Hussars) and Carl (Blue Hussars)
Girls of GottenbergMinna (Captain of College)
Clementine
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by J. B. Loughrey)
Clementine (the Burgomaster's daughter)
What Is It?Chorus
A Glass of Beer (The Beer Girl)
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Mitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter)
Otto of Roses
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Otto (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim)
The Titsy Bitsy GirlMitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter) and Max Moddelkopf
Freda
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Elsa (the General's daughter)
ACT 2 Sung By
Here's to the Girl
(music by Will R. Anderson; lyrics by Will R. Anderson)
Fritz (Blue Hussars)
Always Come Back to YouOtto (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim) and Lucille (maid to Elsa)
(Do You Know) Mr. Schneider
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton and George Grossmith, Jr.)
Mitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter)
Birds in the TreesClementine (the Burgomaster's daughter) and Max Moddelkopf
Sprechen sie Deutsch (Mein Herr?)Mitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter), Max Moddelkopf and Otto (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim)
I Can't Say That You're The Only One
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by C.H. Bovill)
Otto (Prince of Saxe-Hildesheim) and Elsa (the General's daughter)
(Two Little) Sausages
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Mitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter) and Max Moddelkopf
Queenie (Was There) with Her Hair in a Braid
(music by W.T. Francis; lyrics by John L. Hazzard)
Clementine (the Burgomaster's daughter)
Berlin (on the Spree)Mitzi (the Innkeeper's daughter)