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School Days   
Gus Edwards' Kids in a Young Musical Play

 
Circle Theatre , (9/14/1908 - 10/10/1908)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Sep 14, 1908   
Closing Date:Oct 10, 1908 Total Performances:32

Category: Musical, Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: The School Yard; The School Room; Lotta's Home on the Hudson


Production Staff
Produced by Gus Edwards
Book by Aaron Hoffman; Music by Gus Edwards; Lyrics by Edward Gardenier and Gus Edwards; Featuring songs with lyrics by Vincent Bryan; Lyrics for "Sunbonnet Sue" by Will D. Cobb; Based on the "School Days" vaudeville sketch by Gus Edwards
Staged by Ned Wayburn; Direction of Jeff D. Bernstein
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Castel-Bert and Browning, King, and Company
Cast
Milfred Berrick Biff Dugan
from the East Side
John Hines Timmy
Hold-up Twin
Gregory Kelly Johnny Boston Beans
Webster-on-a-Bridge
Joe Keno Tommy Tatters
tattered and torn
Gypsy Mooney Sassy Little
very sassy
Dancing Devil
Herman Timberg Izzy Levi
greenhorn, just over
Jeannette Alpine Lizzie Brown
she lisps
Dancing Devil
Webster Aurimenia Singing Boy
Nat Baker Tony
the florist
M. Bargalla Dancing Boy
Miss Carlyle Dancing Devil
Miss Clark Graduate
Hazel Cox Miss Take
our teacher
Miss Crawford Graduate
Miss Edwards Graduate
Miss Elaine Dancing Devil
Harry Evans Captain Bugham
one of the finest
Dancing Boy
Berenice Faye Lotta Gold
very rich
Miss Gilbert Graduate
M. Golden Dancing Boy
Miss Greene Graduate
Miss Gurkin Graduate
Miss Irving Dancing Devil
Miss Jeanette Dancing Devil
Jesse Keppler Van Cortland Perry
dead swell
M. Kessler Dancing Boy
M. Klein Singing Boy
Miss Kuba Graduate
Lorraine Lester Little Dot
of the Paper Hat Brigade
M. Levine Singing Boy
Agnes Lynn Freshy Buttinsky
a nosey little thing
M. Mackler Dancing Boy
M. Marion Singing Boy
Miss Miller Graduate
M. Moss Singing Boy
Daniel Murphy Carl Dachshund
brought up under the bureau
Miss Noack Dancing Devil
M. O'Donnell Dancing Boy
M. Price Singing Boy
Janet Priest Nonnie
anonymous
Isador Rabino Jimmy
Hold-up Twin
Miss Russell Graduate
Harry Siedel Pat Kelly
the grocer
M. Starr Dancing Boy
Frank Timberg Singing Boy
Carolyn Waide Sunbonnet Sue
very popular
Etta Wainman Dancing Devil
Ethel Wayne Ima Lemon
she stutters
M. Weston Dancing Boy
Mr. White Singing Boy
Ethlyn Wilmont Hazel Nutty
very nutty
Graduate
M. Zinnaman Dancing Boy
music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Gus Edwards and Edward Gardenier
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

ACT 1Sung By
Childhood's Happiest Moments Chorus
The Fighting Kid Biff Dugan (from the East Side) and Chorus
Going to Fight the Indians Timmy (Hold-up Twin), Chorus and Jimmy (Hold-up Twin)
Katie Gray Nonnie (anonymous) and Chorus
When I'm an American Citizen Izzy Levi (greenhorn, just over)
You're Just the Boy For Me Izzy Levi (greenhorn, just over), Nonnie (anonymous) and Boys
It Takes the Cop to Cop the Girls
(lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Captain Bugham (one of the finest) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
My Country 'tis of Thee Ensemble
The Calendar of Love Freshy Buttinsky (a nosey little thing), Biff Dugan (from the East Side) and Chorus
Sunbonnet Sue (When I Was a Kid So High)
(lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Sunbonnet Sue (very popular) and Chorus
Little Tittle Tattle (Tale) Freshy Buttinsky (a nosey little thing), Tommy Tatters (tattered and torn) and Chorus
Get on the Merry Go Ride Biff Dugan (from the East Side), Izzy Levi (greenhorn, just over), Nonnie (anonymous), Ima Lemon (she stutters), Tommy Tatters (tattered and torn), Freshy Buttinsky (a nosey little thing) and Chorus
ACT 3Sung By
Maybe It's a Bear
(lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Miss Take (our teacher), Babies and Chorus
Everybody's Going to the Devil in New York Izzy Levi (greenhorn, just over) and Dancing Devils
You Have Me Tommy Tatters (tattered and torn) and Freshy Buttinsky (a nosey little thing)
My Old Lady Izzy Levi (greenhorn, just over), Nonnie (anonymous) and Boys' Quartette
The Paper Hat Brigade
(lyrics by Vincent Bryan)
Little Dot (of the Paper Hat Brigade), Band and Chorus
School Days (When We Were a Couple of Kids) Entire Company