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Mlle. Modiste   

Globe Theatre, (5/26/1913 - 6/14/1913)
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Opening Date: May 26, 1913    
Closing Date: Jun 14, 1913 Total Performances: 24

Category: Musical, Comedy, Opera, Revival
Description: An opera in two acts and three scenes
Setting: Paris, France. One year time span between Act I and Act II.

Production Staff
Produced by Fritzi Scheff Opera Company
Book by Henry Blossom; Music by Victor Herbert; Lyrics by Henry Blossom; Musical Director: John Lund
Staged by Fred G. Latham
Scenic Design by E. Van Ackerman; Costume Design by Adler Costume Company; Miss. Scheff's gowns by Henri Bendel, Inc.; Evening gowns by Stern Brothers
Morris AveryEnsemble
Inez BauerBebe
dancer at Folies Bergere
Florence BowersEnsemble
Annie BoyeEnsemble
Jean BraeEnsemble
Gilbert ClaytonGeneral Le Marquis de Villefranche
Bessie CottrellEnsemble
Louise DonovanEnsemble
Violet DrewEnsemble
Marjorie EdwardsEnsemble
Isabel FalconerEnsemble
Irving FinnEnsemble
Marie FrancisEnsemble
Mme. GaillardMme. Cecile
proprietress of a Parisian hat shop
Claude GillingwaterHiram Bent
an American millionaire
Andrew GuiseEnsemble
Grace HevenorEnsemble
Bertha HollyMrs. Hiram Bent
Henry HoltFrancois
porter at Mme. Cecile's
C. Morton HorneCapt. Etienne de Bouvray
Comte de St. Mar's nephew
Fred HudlerEnsemble
Henry LeoneHenri de Bouvray
Comte de St. Mar
Maude LeRoyEnsemble
Rose LeslieEnsemble
Florence MartinMarie Louise de Bouvray
Etienne's sister
Minnie MartinEnsemble
Maxie McDonaldFanchette
Mme. Cecile's daughter
Frank MeyroseEnsemble
William NauEnsemble
Robert NewmanEnsemble
Dolores ParquetteEnsemble
Homer PottsEnsemble
Ethel RobbinsEnsemble
Jack RoseEnsemble
Harold RussellEnsemble
Fritzi ScheffFifi
Lillian SmithEnsemble
Dorothy St. ClairEnsemble
Marguerite St. ClairEnsemble
Karl StallLieut. Rene La Motte
engaged to Marie Louise
Margaret VintonEnsemble
Leo WhiteGaston
an artist, Mme. Cecile's son
Charles WilliamsEnsemble
Peggy WoodNanette
Mme. Cecile's daughter
music by Victor Herbert; lyrics by Henry Blossom
ACT 1 Sung By
Furs and Feathers, Buckles and BowsFanchette (Mme. Cecile's daughter), Nanette (Mme. Cecile's daughter) and Girls
When the Cat's Away the Mice Will PlayFanchette (Mme. Cecile's daughter), Nanette (Mme. Cecile's daughter) and Mme. Cecile (proprietress of a Parisian hat shop)
The Time, the Place and the GirlCapt. Etienne de Bouvray (Comte de St. Mar's nephew) and Chorus
If I Were on the Stage (Kiss Me Again)Fifi
Love Me, Love My DogGaston (an artist, Mme. Cecile's son)
Hats Make the WomanFifi and Female Chorus
FinaleEntire Company
ACT 2 Sung By
I Want What I Want When I Want ItHenri de Bouvray (Comte de St. Mar)
Ze English LanguageGaston (an artist, Mme. Cecile's son)
The Mascot of the Troop (Mascot of the Moon)Fifi and Male Ensemble
The Dear Little Girl Who is GoodLieut. Rene La Motte (engaged to Marie Louise) and Female Ensemble
The Keokuk Culture ClubMrs. Hiram Bent and Ensemble
The Nightingale and the StarFifi
FinaleEntire Company