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A Broken Idol   

Herald Square Theatre, (8/16/1909 - 9/18/1909)
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Opening Date: Aug 16, 1909    
Closing Date: Sep 18, 1909 Total Performances: 40

Category: Musical, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California

Production Staff
Produced by F. C. Whitney
Music by Egbert Van Alstyne; Book by Hal Stephens; Lyrics by Harry Williams; Additional music by Jean Schwartz; Musical Director: Fred Eustice
Directed by Gus Sohlke
Scenic Design by D. Frank Dodge; Costume Design by Lord and Taylor and Frank Hayden
David AndradaLord Dunby
Ethel ArisChorus
Bertee BeaumontChorus
Isabel BerclayChorus
Joseph A. BinghamChorus
Marjorie CoganChorus
Lawrence ComerSun Lee Loo
Connie FarberChorus
Irene FarberChorus
Franklin FosterChorus
Laura GaynelleChorus
Billie GrantChorus
Laura GueriteMlle. Marie De Deau
Otis HarlanDoc Whatt
Lillian HazelChorus
Fred HillOfficer Jenkins
Otto HoffmanJ. Ely Muddleford
Forrest HuffJack Mason
Grace La RueChorus
Marie LamarChorus
Lee LeontineChorus
Gypsy MooneyChorus
Carrie E. PerkinsMrs. Lucretia Muddleford
George RichardsSilas Pugsley
Gertrude RutlandChorus
Maxwell SargentHenry
Margie StilesServant Girl
Olivette TreMayneChorus
Jerome Van NordenChorus
Agnes VarsChorus
Madge VoeSing Wee
Ethel WhiteChorus
Violet WintersChorus
Millie WoodsChorus
Alice YorkeMarion Pugsley
music by ; lyrics by Harry Williams
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
CuredDoc Whatt and Boys
(A Little) China DollMarion Pugsley, Dutch Soldiers and China Dolls
MarieMlle. Marie De Deau and Viviandiers
Love Makes the World Go RoundDoc Whatt, Marion Pugsley, Jack Mason and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Happy Days
(music by Jean Schwartz)
(That's the) Sign of the Honeymoon
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Marion Pugsley and Jack Mason
Bobbing Up and Down
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Lord Dunby
Poor Old Dad in New York for the Summer
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Marion Pugsley, J. Ely Muddleford, Mrs. Lucretia Muddleford and Bathing Girls
Yankee Land
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Mlle. Marie De Deau and Chorus
(music by Jean Schwartz)
Doc Whatt and Girls