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Our Miss Gibbs   

Knickerbocker Theatre , (8/29/1910 - 10/22/1910)
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Opening Date:Aug 29, 1910   
Closing Date:Oct 22, 1910 Total Performances:57

Category: Musical, Comedy, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: Garrod's Department Stores and a Japanese Garden at the Jap-Anglo Exhibition

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Frohman
Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton; Book by James T. Tanner; Lyrics by James T. Tanner; Musical Director: W.T. Francis; Featuring songs by Jerome Kern, George Arthurs, Harold Lonsdale and Harry Marlowe; Featuring songs with lyrics by Jerome Kern, Lionel Monckton, M. E. Rourke, Percy Greenbank, Adrian Ross, Frederick Day, George Grossmith, Jr., Worton David, Ralph Roberts, Leslie Mayne and George Arthurs
Staged by Thomas Reynolds
Costume Design by Lord and Taylor and Dazian
Jean Alywn Madame Jeanne
Daisy Belmore The Duchess of Minster
Freda Braun Lady Angela
Nancy Butler Chorus
Doris Cameron Chorus
Sara Carr Chorus
Dorothy Castle Chorus
Pauline Chase Mary Gibbs
Ina Claire Chorus
Gilbert Coleman Mr. Amalfy
Dorothy Courtney Chorus
Edna Dana Chorus
Natalie Dana Chorus
Roger Davis Lord Percy
Maybelle Dean Chorus
Madelain DeBoeuf Chorus
Helen Dixon Chorus
Della Dolson Chorus
H. Edelman Lord Harold
Ernest A. Elton The Earl of St. Ives
Lillian Francis Chorus
Bessie Frewen Chorus
Glory Gray Chorus
Lethea Grey Chorus
Julia James Lady Elizabeth Thanet
Ethel Kelly Chorus
Craufurd Kent Lord Eynsford
Adele Kornau Chorus
Anna Kuehl Chorus
Arthur Laceby Mr. Toplady
Ernest Lambert Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint
Victor Le Roy A Taxi Cabby
Edward Leech Lord Arthur
Bert Leslie Slithers
Louise Louis Chorus
Mollie Lowell Mrs. Farquhar
Margaret MacKenzie Lady Sybil
Mary E. Martin Chorus
Kitty Mason Clarita
Monte Melman Chorus
Eddie Morris Lord Tom Noddy
Helen Morrison Chorus
Marion Mosby Sheilah
Julie Newell Chorus
Ralph O'Brien Lord Alfred
Henrietta Pellard Lady Trixie
Clara Pitt Lady Connie
Florence Plunkett Chorus
Bert Rice Lady Gwen
Madge Robinson Chorus
Mona Sartoris Chorus
Reginald Sheldrick Mr. Beavis
Lillian Shepherd Chorus
Lillian Smalley Chorus
Lillian Stair Chorus
Oliver Sterling Lord Cyril
Nellie Stewart Chorus
Gertrude Vanderbilt Kathleen
Margaret Von Keese Lady Muriel
Edith Warren Chorus
Ethel Wheeler Nora
Fred Wright Timothy Gibbs
music by Lionel Monckton and Ivan Caryll; lyrics by James T. Tanner
(Unless otherwise noted)

Dougal Madame Jeanne
ACT 1Sung By
(Bridesmaid's) Sextette Bridesmaids
(lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank)
Madame Jeanne and Chorus
Betty's Advice
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Frederick Day)
Lady Elizabeth Thanet and Chorus
(lyrics by Adrian Ross)
(lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Mary Gibbs and Dudes
Bertie the Bounder
(music by Clarke; lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint and Bridesmaids
Come, Tiny Goldfish to Me
(music by Harry Marlowe; lyrics by Jerome Kern)
Timothy Gibbs and Kathleen
Will You Sing This Glee with Me
(music by George Arthurs; lyrics by Worton David)
Slithers and Chorus
Not That Sort of Person
(lyrics by George Grossmith, Jr.)
Mary Gibbs and Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint
ACT 2Sung By
March of Foreign Commissioners
(lyrics by Ralph Roberts)
Mary Gibbs and Girls
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank)
Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint, Mr. Toplady, Slithers, Lord Eynsford and Timothy Gibbs
Bedtime at the Zoo
(lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Leslie Mayne)
Lady Elizabeth Thanet and Chorus
I Don't Want You to be a 'Sister' to Me
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Frederick Day)
Mary Gibbs and Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint
I Love MacIntosh
(music by Harold Lonsdale; lyrics by George Arthurs)
Eight Little Girls
(music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by M. E. Rourke)
Hon. Hughie Pierrepoint and Chorus
Our Farm
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Mary Gibbs and Timothy Gibbs
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Mary Gibbs and Chorus
A Little Change Slithers and Timothy Gibbs