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The Night Boat   

Liberty Theatre , (2/02/1920 - 10/30/1920)
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Opening Date:Feb 02, 1920   
Closing Date:Oct 30, 1920 Total Performances:313

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: At the White's, the Night Boat, and at the De Costa's

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Jerome Kern; Book by Anne Caldwell; Lyrics by Anne Caldwell; Based on a farce by Alexandre Bisson; Musical Director: Victor Baravelle; Music orchestrated by Frank Saddler; Additional lyrics by Frank Craven, C.M.S. McLellan, Bob Cole, William Jerome, Bert Hanlon, Benny Ryan, George M. Cohan and Paul Dresser; Additional music by George M. Cohan, Paul Dresser, Harry Tierney, James Monaco, J. Rosamond Johnson and Ivan Caryll
Staged by Fred G. Latham; Musical Staging by Ned Wayburn
Costume Design by O'Kane Conwell
Geraldine Alexander Alice
Agnes Allen Ensemble
Phoebe Appleton Ensemble
Marie Benedict Ensemble
Angel Cansino Dance Specialty
Eduardo Cansino Dance Specialty
Janet Carleton Ensemble
Irving Carpenter A Workman
Marie Cavanagh Ensemble
Arline Chase Betty
Cecile Conway Ensemble
Evelyn Conway Ensemble
Lillian Kemble Cooper Dora de Costa
Peggy Craven Ensemble
Lola Curtis Ensemble
Daisy Daniels Ensemble
Isabel Falconer Little Miss Jazz
Mrs. John Findlay Mrs. de Costa
Gene Fleming Ensemble
Babz Fowler Ensemble
Helen Gates Ensemble
Louise Groody Barbara
Betty Hope Hale Florence de Costa
John E. Hazzard Bob White
Stella Hoban Mrs. Hazel White
Dorothy Hollis Ensemble
Beatrice Hughes Ensemble
Jack Hughes Ensemble
Gordon Kyle Ensemble
Lois Leigh Susan
Mar LeRoy Ensemble
Paul Lester Ensemble
Adah Lewis Mrs. Maxim
Jeanette MacDonald Ensemble
Raymond Moore Ensemble
Ralph O'Brien Ensemble
Evelyn Plumador Ensemble
Marie Reagen Minnie
Frank Rowan Ensemble
John Scannell Inspector Dempsey
Lydia Scott Polly
Mildred Sinclair Ensemble
Hal Skelly Freddie Ides
Daniel Sparks Ensemble
Ernest Torrence Captain Robert Whilte
Kay Tudor Ensemble
Bunny Wendell Jane
Hansford Wilson The Steward
Irene Wilson Ensemble
music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Anne Caldwell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Some Fine Day Barbara and Ensemble
Whose Baby Are You? Barbara and Freddie Ides
Left All Alone Again Blues Mrs. Hazel White and Ensemble
Good Night Boat
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell and Frank Craven)
Bob White, Mrs. Hazel White, Barbara, Freddie Ides, Mrs. Maxim and Ensemble
I'd Like a Lighthouse Barbara and Freddie Ides
ACT 2Sung By
Catskills, Hello Ensemble
Don't You Want to Take Me? Barbara and Freddie Ides
I Love the Lassies (I Love Them All) Captain Robert Whilte, Betty, Susan, Jane, Alice , Molly and Ensemble
The Quadalquiver Dance Specialty
(By the) Saskatchewan (from THE PINK LADY)
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by C.M.S. McLellan)
On the Banks of the Wabash (Far Away)
(music by Paul Dresser; lyrics by Paul Dresser)
Congo Love Song (from NANCY BROWN)
(music by J. Rosamond Johnson; lyrics by Bob Cole)
Row, Row, Row (from ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1912)
(music by James Monaco; lyrics by William Jerome)
Down by the Erie (from HELLO, BROADWAY)
(music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan)
M-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i (from ZIEGFELD'S MIDNIGHT REVUE, 1916)
(music by Harry Tierney; lyrics by Bert Hanlon and Benny Ryan)
Good Night Boat (Reprise)
(lyrics by Anne Caldwell and Frank Craven)
ACT 3Sung By
A Heart for Sale Barbara and Boys
Girls Are Like a Rainbow Freddie Ides, Betty, Susan, Molly, Jane and Chorus