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Elsie Janis and Her Gang [1919]   

George M. Cohan's Theatre , (12/01/1919 - 1/17/1920)
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Opening Date:Dec 01, 1919   
Closing Date:Jan 17, 1920 Total Performances:55

Category: Musical, Revue, Original, Broadway
Description: A revue in two acts
Setting: France and sections of Paris, Colblenz, and New York

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by William B. Kernell and B. C. Hilliam; Lyrics by Richard Fechheimer and Elsie Janis; Book by Elsie Janis; Musical Director: William Schroeder; Featuring songs by Lee S. Roberts, Shelton Brooks, Bert Grant, Dan Kildare and Albert Von Tilzer; Featuring songs with lyrics by Lew Brown, Joe Young, Clifford Grey and J. Will Callahan
Staged by Elsie Janis
Costume Design by Charles LeMaire
Ewart Allan The Jazz Band
Mary Balfour The Red Cross Nurse
Harry Berger The Jazz Band
Jack Brant The Gang
Sam Burbank The Gang
Lillian Cullen The Motor Transport Girl
Chick Deveau The Gang
Herbert Goff The Gang
Eddie Hay The Gang
Jerry Hoekstra The Gang
Elsie Janis The Gang
Henry Janswick The Gang
Howard Johnson The Jazz Band
Bill Kernell The Gang
Bradley Knoche The Gang
Charles Lawrence The Gang
Eva Le Gallienne The Parisienne
Nat Martin The Jazz Band
Norman Merleton The Jazz Band
Frank Miller The Gang
Henrietta Orville The K. of C. Girl
Bill Reardon The Gang
Edward W. Reno The Jazz Band
B. Romolo The Jazz Band
Richard Ryan The Gang
Margaret Sousa The Ambulance Service Girl
Ruth Wells The Y. M. C. A. Girl
Joe Wise The Jazz Band
music by William B. Kernell and B. C. Hilliam; lyrics by Richard Fechheimer and Elsie Janis
(Unless otherwise noted)

Let's Go
Somewhere in America
Smiles (from PASSING SHOW OF 1918)
(music by Lee S. Roberts; lyrics by J. Will Callahan)
The Darktown Strutters' Ball
(music by Shelton Brooks; lyrics by Shelton Brooks)
Along the Rocky Road to Dublin
(music by Bert Grant; lyrics by Joe Young)
The M.P. Song
In the Latin Quarter
It's My Temperament
Gee, But It's Great to Meet a Girl from Home
Just a Little Touch of Paris
I Love Them (All), Just a Little Bit (from HULLO, AMERICA!)
(music by Dan Kildare)
Apres la Guerre (from HULLO, AMERICA!)
(lyrics by B. C. Hilliam and Clifford Grey)
The Heinie Fiftette
Just a Little After Taps
Give Me the Moonlight (from HULLO, AMERICA!)
(music by Albert Von Tilzer; lyrics by Lew Brown)
When I Took My Jazz Band to the Fatherland