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The Man Who Owns Broadway   

New York Theatre, (10/11/1909 - 1/29/1910)
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Opening Date: Oct 11, 1909    
Closing Date: Jan 29, 1910 Total Performances: 128

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: New York City

Production Staff
Produced by Cohan & Harris
Book by George M. Cohan; Lyrics by George M. Cohan; Music by George M. Cohan; Based on the play "Popularity" by George M. Cohan; Music arranged by Charles J. Gebest; Musical Director: Karl Weixelbaum
Staged by George M. Cohan
Ladies' costumes from Klaw and Erlanger's Costume Company; Men's clothes from Max Marx; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert, Edward G. Unitt and Joseph Wickes
Ernest BandEnsemble
George BarberEnsemble
Grace BeaumontEnsemble
Beatrice BertrandEnsemble
Irma BertrandEnsemble
Marie CaldwellEnsemble
William CodyEnsemble
Johnny DaleEnsemble
Leonard DaviesEnsemble
Lulu DaviesEnsemble
Trixie DeWittEnsemble
Martin EnwrightEnsemble
W. J. FordHarry Hathaway
a young sport
Stanley FordeAnthony Bridwell
a multi-millionaire
Edythe GilbertEnsemble
Harry GloverEnsemble
Frances GordonEdith Wilson
Tom's sweetheart
John GordonEnsemble
Mary GordonEnsemble
Ralph HarlowDetective
Murry HarrisEnsemble
Maudie HeathEnsemble
Raymond HitchcockSydey Lyons
a Broadway star
William HobbisEnsemble
Mollie HoffmanEnsemble
William HoveyEnsemble
Catherine HowlandEnsemble
Rokey JohnsonEnsemble
Curt KarpeCaptain at Martin's
Armand KingStarter
Mabel LeichmanEnsemble
Paula LeslieEnsemble
Rose LeslieEnsemble
Lora LiebCaroline Curtis
a villainess
Sadie LivermooreEnsemble
Marguerite LoveridgeEnsemble
Bonnie LuzonEnsemble
George LydeckerGeorge Burnham
a villain
Eddie LynnEnsemble
Ethel LytleEnsemble
Eva MarshEnsemble
Paul McShaneEnsemble
Mary MoonEnsemble
Maude MorrisAnna
a maid
Dottie MoyerEnsemble
Irene MoyerEnsemble
Frances RossEnsemble
Thomas ShieldsSpecial Officer
Polly StanleyEnsemble
Leland SternsEnsemble
Mark SullivanAndrews
a butler
Bill Robinson
Lyons' manager
Edythe ThorneEnsemble
Charles L. TuckerEnsemble
Edward WeinbergEnsemble
Scott WelshTom Bridwell
Anthony Bridwell's son
Emily WilsonEnsemble
Elizabeth YoungEnsemble
Flora ZabelleSylvia Bridwell
Anthony Bridwell's daughter
music by George M. Cohan; lyrics by George M. Cohan
ACT 1 Sung By
My Daughter Is Wed to a Friend of MineEnsemble
I've Always Been a Good Old SportAnthony Bridwell (a multi-millionaire) and Male Chorus
I'm In Love with One of the StarsSylvia Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's daughter) and Chorus
Secrets of the Household (When a Servant Learns a Secret)Servants
The Man Who Owns BroadwaySydey Lyons (a Broadway star) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
You'd Think You Were in ParisEnsemble
Love Will Make or Break a ManEdith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart) and Chorus
(There's) Something About a UniformCaroline Curtis (a villainess) and Chorus
Ona Hundred Different ShipsSydey Lyons (a Broadway star) and Company
I'm All O.K. with K. & E. (I'm O.K. with K. and O.)Bill Robinson (Lyons' manager) and Company
A Nice Little Plot for a PlaySydey Lyons (a Broadway star), Tom Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's son), Sylvia Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's daughter) and Edith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart)
ACT 3 Sung By
In the Waldorf HallsDetective and Chorus
I'll Go the Route for You (I'll Go the Route with You)Tom Bridwell (Anthony Bridwell's son) and Edith Wilson (Tom's sweetheart)
March of the King's AmazonsChorus
Why They Made Him KingSydey Lyons (a Broadway star)