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The Canary   

Globe Theatre, (11/04/1918 - 3/15/1919)
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Opening Date: Nov 04, 1918    
Closing Date: Mar 15, 1919 Total Performances: 152

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A Musical Comedy in Three Acts
Setting: Trimmer's Antique Shop, Dr. Dippy's Sanitorium, and Ned's Party

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham
Music by Ivan Caryll and Irving Berlin; Based on the French by Georges Berr and Louis Verneuil; Book by Harry B. Smith; Based on a novel by Frederic Mauzens; Musical Director: Harold Vicars; Additional music by Jerome Kern, William B. Kernell and Harry Tierney; Additional lyrics by Harry Clarke, P. G. Wodehouse, Anne Caldwell, Richard Fechheimer, Benjamin Hapgood Burt and Clifton Crawford
Directed by Frederick G. Latham and Edward Royce
Scenic Design by Joseph Urban; Costume Design by Schneider-Anderson Company, Brooks Costume Company, Dowling and Griffiths and Gladys Monkhouse
Isabel AdamsChorus
Sidney AyresChorus
Edna BatesMrs. Beasley
Kay BeachChorus
Wilmer BentleyRico
Florence BruceChorus
Martine BurnleyChorus
Joseph CawthornTimothy
Evelyn ConwayChorus
Sheila CourtneyChorus
Peggy DanaChorus
Evelyn Des RochesChorus
Harland DixonFleece
James DoyleDodge
Dorothy DuncanChorus
Maude EburneMary Ellen
George EganA Minister
Peggy EleanorChorus
Doris FaithfulEugenie
Elsie GordonChorus
Pauline HallChorus
Sam B. HardyNed Randolph
Dorothy HarriganChorus
Louis HarrisonDr. Dippy
Helen LovettChorus
George MackMr. Trimmer
Albertine MarloweChorus
Lorraine NelsonChorus
Marietta O'BrienChorus
Lester OstranderChorus
Mary PhilipsChorus
Peg RaymondChorus
Corinth Rice
Muriel RileyChorus
Julia SandersonJulie
Mona SartorisChorus
Mildred SinclairChorus
Peggy SmithChorus
Frank SnyderChorus
Elsa ThomasChorus
Clare VernonChorus
Charlotte WakefieldChorus
George WhartonChorus
Gladys WhiteChorus
Jean WhiteChorus
Lillian WhiteChorus
Peggy WilliamsChorus
Esther WorthChorus

ACT 1 Sung By
That's What Men Are For
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Mrs. Beasley and Chorus
This Is the Time
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Ned Randolph and Chorus
Love Me in the Spring
(music by William B. Kernell; lyrics by Richard Fechheimer)
Julie and Timothy
Thousands of Years Ago
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse)
Julie and Chorus
Only in Dreams
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Julie and Ned Randolph
ACT 2 Sung By
Hunting Song
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Anne Caldwell)
Julie and Chorus
You're So Beautiful
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Mary Ellen and Timothy
Take a Chance (Little Girl and Learn to Dance)
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Harry B. Smith)
Dodge, Fleece and Chorus
I Have Just One Heart (for Just One Boy)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Julie, Eugenie and Chorus
Ding Dong (from YIP, YIP, YAPHANK)
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
ACT 3 Sung By
That Little German Band
(music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Benjamin Hapgood Burt)
I Wouldn't Give That for the Man Who Couldn't Dance
(music by Irving Berlin; lyrics by Irving Berlin)
Julie, Dodge, Fleece and Chorus