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Lew Fields' 44th Street Roof Garden, (6/05/1913 - 9/06/1913)
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Opening Date: Jun 05, 1913    
Closing Date: Sep 06, 1913 Total Performances: 108

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts and ten scenes
Setting: The Around the World Tours Company, the dock, Spain, the Sierras, Holland, the Office of Florence DeForrest in 2013, Cuba, and China

Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Mark Swan; Music by E. Ray Goetz and Malvin M. Franklin; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Musical Director: DeWitt C. Coolman; Featuring songs by Irving Berlin, Jack Glogau and Joaquin Valverde; Featuring songs with lyrics by Irving Berlin and Earl Carroll
Directed by William J. Wilson and William H. Post; Musical Staging by William J. Wilson
Costume Design by Melville Ellis; Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Lighting Design by David Atchison
Zoe BarnettMarime Sinkavitch
Florence DeForrest
M. BaunChorus
Dorothy BertrandChorus
Inez BorreroChorus
Anna BreucherChorus
Florence CableChorus
M. CohanChorus
Dolly ConnollyTillie Whiteway
Patsy De ForrestChorus
Carter De HavenDick
Cyril Mahoney
Flora Parker DeHavenMary
Nellie DeGrasseNellie
Ida DoergeChorus
Lawrence D'OrsayCaptain of the ship
Edna FentonChorus
Josephine FieldsChorus
Lew M. FieldsJan Van Haan
Harold Hargreaves
Nat FieldsHook
Venita FitzhughAlice Brown
M. GilbertChorus
M. GoodsbyChorus
James GrantJones
Grace GrindellChorus
Malcolm GrinnellA Bridegroom
Joseph HadleyChorus
Elaine HallChorus
M. HamiltonChorus
Eunice HamiltonChorus
Marcia HarrisMrs. Van Haan
Arthur HartleyMr. Scoot
Margie HermanChorus
Laura HoffmanChorus
Natalie HoltCarmen
Olin HowlandFourth Mate
Eileen KreimeierChorus
Harriet LeidyChorus
(M) LuizChorus
Stephen MaleyMr. Smooth
Adelaide MasonChorus
Myrtle MayerChorus
Emily MilesChorus
Marie MiloChorus
Carrie MonroeChorus
George V. MonroeNancy Lee
Boss Mahoney
Edith OffurtChorus
Katherine PetersChorus
Will PhilbrickRussell
Alleyne PickardChorus
Elsa ReinhardtChorus
Ralph RiggsMr. Ruff
Pattie RosePoor Little Rich Girl
Hazel RosewoodChorus
(M) RushChorus
Esther RutlandChorus
Gertrude RutlandChorus
Helen StewartChorus
Albert Van SandChorus
Juan VillasanaPurser
May WillardChorus
Katherine WitchieMargot
music by E. Ray Goetz and Malvin M. Franklin; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
All AboardChorus
Good-Bye, Poor Old ManhattanTillie Whiteway and Chorus
Monkey Doodle
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Russell and Chorus
Mr. Broadway, U.S.A.Dick and Chorus
Captain KiddMr. Ruff and Chorus
Over the OceanAlice Brown and Male Chorus
Honey You Were Made for Me
(music by Jack Glogau; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Dick and Mary
(music by Joaquin Valverde)
Florence DeForrest, Mr. Scoot and Chorus
Ragtime Yodeling ManRussell and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
Tulip TimeAlice Brown and Chorus
In a Garden of Eden for TwoDick and Mary
Love Is Just the Same Old Game (In Every Land)Mary and Chorus
(My) Cubist GirlMr. Ruff, Margot, Carmen and Models
Under the China MoonFlorence DeForrest and Chorus