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Marcelle   

 
Casino Theatre, (10/01/1908 - 11/28/1908)
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Opening Date: Oct 01, 1908    
Closing Date: Nov 28, 1908 Total Performances: 68

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Setting: In and around Castle Berghof in Germany, near the French border



Production Staff
Produced by Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Inc.
Book by Frank S. Pixley; Lyrics by Frank S. Pixley; Music by Gustav Luders; Musical Director: Clarence Rogerson
Staged by Frank Smithson; Dances directed by David Bennett
Scenery built by George Williams; Costume Design by Melville Ellis
Cast
George Boniface, Jr.Klug
a lawyer, friend of Karl
Herbert CawthorneHerr Schwindle
burgomaster of Berghof
Jess DandyBaron von Berghof
hereditary proprietor of the Berghof estates
Louise GunningMarcelle
a Parisian actress
Henry NormanDumm
cellar master of Castle Berghof
Frank RushworthLieutenant Karl von Berghof
The Baron's nephew in the German Army
Lawrence Wheat"Bud" Wilson
from Kalamazoo, an "innocent abroad"
Mae AllenAmerican Girl
Leona AndersonMrs. Darlington
preceptess of a young ladies' seminary
Florence ArkellAmerican Girl
David BennettCorporal Frisch
of the Schwindle Corps
Nettie BlackBaroness von Berghof
Bessie CarretteDancer
Della ConnorDancer
Marion FordMitzi
Elsa's maid
Dancer
Edith GirvanLucille
Marcelle's maid
Lucille JardonDancer
Eileen KearneyAmerican Girl
Margarite McDonaldAmerican Girl
Robert O'ConnorPierre
a Parisian painter
Nan ParkhurstAmerican Girl
Bertha PerlDancer
George ReedFritz
Mae RollinsAmerican Girl
Elsa RyanFraulein Elsa von Berghof
The Baron's adopted daughter
Bessie SkeerDancer
Irene SpencerDancer
Ollie StewartDancer
Louise TozierAmerican Girl
music by Gustav Luders; lyrics by Frank S. Pixley
ACT 1 Sung By
Drink and Be Jolly To-DayDumm (cellar master of Castle Berghof)
It's Not the Proper ThingMrs. Darlington (preceptess of a young ladies' seminary) and American Girls
Love, the MagicianFraulein Elsa von Berghof (The Baron's adopted daughter)
Kalamazoo"Bud" Wilson (from Kalamazoo, an "innocent abroad") and Chorus
The Schwindle CorpsHerr Schwindle (burgomaster of Berghof) and Chorus
Mary's Little Lamb (My Little Lamb)"Bud" Wilson (from Kalamazoo, an "innocent abroad") and Fraulein Elsa von Berghof (The Baron's adopted daughter)
My Own PareeMarcelle (a Parisian actress)
Once in a WhileLieutenant Karl von Berghof (The Baron's nephew in the German Army)
The Soldier BoyChorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Forget ItEnsemble
Good EveningChorus
Something (Is Always Going Wrong)Baron von Berghof (hereditary proprietor of the Berghof estates)
Cupid- Sly Little Rascal"Bud" Wilson (from Kalamazoo, an "innocent abroad") and Fraulein Elsa von Berghof (The Baron's adopted daughter)
Far, Far Away (Memories Fond and True)Marcelle (a Parisian actress)
Battle Song (To Live and Die a Soldier Bold)Lieutenant Karl von Berghof (The Baron's nephew in the German Army)
The Message of the Red, Red RoseMarcelle (a Parisian actress) and Lieutenant Karl von Berghof (The Baron's nephew in the German Army)