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The Girl from Home   

 
Globe Theatre, (5/03/1920 - 5/22/1920)
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Opening Date: May 03, 1920    
Closing Date: May 22, 1920 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: The deck of the Steamship Bolivar in the Harbor of Porto Banos in the Republic of San Manana in Central America, the Hotel Del Prado, and the Consulate of the United States in Porto Banos.



Production Staff
Produced by Charles B. Dillingham
Music by Silvio Hein; Book by Frank Craven; Lyrics by Frank Craven; Musicalized from a farce by Richard Harding Davis; Musical Director: Anton Heindl
Staged by R.H. Burnside
Costume Design by O'Kane Conwell; Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge, William Castle, Tarrazona Brothers and Mark Lawson
Cast
John AllanEnsemble
William BorenEnsemble
Alma BrahamEnsemble
Sophie BrennerSister May
Jessica BrownDance Specialty
Sam BurbankLieut. Victor
William BurressGeneral Santos Campos
Gladys CaldwellLucy Sheridan
Eduardo CansinoDance Specialty
Elsa CansinoDance Specialty
Mary Ellen CapersEnsemble
Clara CarrollSister Clara
Jean CarrollEnsemble
Walter CoupeRev. Arthur Bostick
Frank CravenBrook Travers
alias "Steve Hill"
Peggy DanaEnsemble
Margarita Flora DeMayoDance Specialty
Edna FentonSister Isabelle
Marie FredericksEnsemble
Dorothy GraceEnsemble
Dorothy HaightonEnsemble
John HendricksJose Dravo
Harry KingEnsemble
Charles KirbyEnsemble
Doris LandyEnsemble
Estelle MacIntoshEnsemble
George E. MackDr. Vasquez
Russell MackCharles Hyne
Arline MasonEnsemble
Eleanor MastersSister Eleanor
Thomas MaynardEnsemble
Janet MegrewSister Mabel
Charles MitchellDuffy
Mayre MorrisEnsemble
Bonnie MurrayEnsemble
Robert NormanEnsemble
John ParksCol. John T. Bowie
Harry PierceEnsemble
Ann PoulsonEnsemble
Jed ProutySimpson
alias "Jim Dodd"
Joe QualtersEnsemble
Elizabeth ReedEnsemble
Ione RitchieEnsemble
Marie SewellSister Marie
Virginia ShelbySister Agnes
Marion SunshineMerci Hope
Jose VallhonratSenor Hoakumo
Hazel WebbEnsemble
Kathryn YatesSister Helen
Flora ZabelleSenora Juanita Arguilla
music by Silvio Hein; lyrics by Frank Craven
ACT 1 Sung By
All AshoreEnsemble
Nine Little MissionariesLucy Sheridan and Missionaries
Just Say Good-ByeMerci Hope, Charles Hyne and Ensemble
Ocean BluesCharles Hyne and Ensemble
Bit o' BreezeDance Specialty
ACT 2 Sung By
Porto BanosEnsemble
Our PresidentsJose Dravo and Ensemble
SometimeSenora Juanita Arguilla
VanityDance Specialty
MananaLucy Sheridan and Boys
The Wireless HeartMerci Hope, Charles Hyne and Ensemble
El PresidenteGeneral Santos Campos and Ensemble
I'll Be DictatorPrincipals and Chorus
ACT 3 Sung By
(It's) A Wonderful SpotBrook Travers (alias "Steve Hill") and Simpson (alias "Jim Dodd")
By the Palmist TreeLucy Sheridan
Mirimba (Marimba)Merci Hope and Charles Hyne