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The Silver Star   

 
New Amsterdam Theatre , (11/01/1909 - 1/08/1910)
Grand Opera House , (2/07/1910 - circa. 2/1910)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Nov 01, 1909   
Closing Date:Feb 1910 Total Performances:88

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: Paris, France and England


Production Staff
Produced by Klaw & Erlanger
Book by Harry B. Smith; Lyrics by Harry B. Smith; Music by Robert Hood Bowers, C. J. M. Glaser, Jean Schwartz, Raymond Hubbell, Al Piantadosi and Karl Hoschna; Musical Director: C. J. M. Glaser and Robert Hood Bowers
Choreographed by Julian Mitchell; Staged by Herbert Gresham; Ballets for Mlle. Genee produced under the personal direction of Alexander Genee
Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson; Mlle. Genee's costumes designed by Wilhelm; Scenic Design by Ernest Albert
Cast
Barney Bernard Mr. Wiseheimer
George Bickel Professor Alonzo Dingelblatz
Adeline Genee Viola
adopted daughter of the Professor and the Doctor
The Christmas Fairy
The Spirit of Champagne
Queen of the Floral Fete
Lee Harrison Ernest Connor
F. Stanton Heck Koffitchsky
a Russian
Emma Janvier Mrs. Vera Willing
O. C. Mack Traddles
a footman
Nellie McCoy Mary Anne
Gene Ormonde Rosa
a Gypsy Girl
J.H. Purcell The Sergeant
F. H. Stanton The Colonel
Harry Watson Doctor Algernon Hornblower
Mortimer Weldon Ned Brandon

ACT 1Sung By
Sleigh Bells May Be Wedding Bells
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Ensemble
To Bring Up a Girl
(music by Karl Hoschna; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Mary Anne, Professor Alonzo Dingelblatz and Doctor Algernon Hornblower
Dancing the Cottillion
(music by Raymond Hubbell; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Ensemble
The Cooney Spooney Dance
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Mary Anne and Doctor Algernon Hornblower
If Only I Were Santa Claus
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Professor Alonzo Dingelblatz, Doctor Algernon Hornblower and Mr. Wiseheimer
ACT 2Sung By
Carnival
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Ensemble
They're Not Doing That This Season
(music by Albert Gumble; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Mrs. Vera Willing
Franco-American Ragtime
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Mary Anne and Ensemble
(You Can Have Your 'Oh You Kids' But) It's a Loving Wife for Mine
(music by Herbert Ingraham; lyrics by Herbert Ingraham)
Doctor Algernon Hornblower, Professor Alonzo Dingelblatz and Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
Boat Race Chorus
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Ensemble
It May Be So, But I Doubt It
(music by Robert Hood Bowers; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Mrs. Vera Willing and Ensemble
A Collection of Blue Notes
(lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Professor Alonzo Dingelblatz and Doctor Algernon Hornblower
The Silver Star
(music by Albert Gumble; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Viola (adopted daughter of the Professor and the Doctor) and Company