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The Quaker Girl   

Park Theatre, (10/23/1911 - 5/18/1912)
Grand Opera House, (12/02/1912 - circa. 12/1912)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Oct 23, 1911    
Closing Date: Dec 1912 Total Performances: 248

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: An English Country Village and Paris

Production Staff
Produced by Henry B. Harris
Music by Lionel Monckton; Book by James T. Tanner; Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank; Musical Director: Augustus Barratt; Featuring songs by Hugo Felix and Clifton Crawford; Featuring songs with lyrics by Lionel Monckton and Clifton Crawford
Directed by J. A. E. Malone
Scenic Design by H. Robert Law; Costume Design by Maison Blum, Paris, Mrs. Fields and Lucille
Stella BeardsleyGaby
Bessie BellChorus
Thelma BelmontChorus
Irma BertrandPhyllis
May BordenChorus
W. BradfieldChorus
Maude CannarChorus
Alice ChaseLouise
Ina ClairePrudence
a Quaker girl
Viola ClarkToinette
Martin CoxChorus
Clifton CrawfordTony Chute
Belle DelmarSuzette
R. DennyChorus
Helene DrewChorus
C. Dunham, Jr.Chorus
Ethel DunnChorus
Lawrence EddingerNathaniel Pym
a Quaker
Gertrude FayotLiane
F. FutzhughChorus
Gerturde FursmanChorus
Maisie GayMadame Blum
Daphne GlennePrincess Mathilde
Billie GrantChorus
Florence GrantChorus
Elaine HallDorcas
Herbert HallChorus
Ida HallChorus
Norma HarlandChorus
Clara HeathChorus
Easter HigbeeChorus
Irene HoppingChorus
Elizabeth KeaneChorus
Harry KittredgeChorus
Arthur KleinMonsieur Larose
Percival KnightJeremiah
a Quaker
Les BluettesDance Specialty
Blanche MalliCleo
Edward MartynMonsieur Duhamel
Ruth MasonChorus
Camille MayerChorus
Frances MayerChorus
Nora McCloryMimi
Myrtle McCloudMicheline
Nellie McHenryMrs. Lukyn
landlady at ''The Chequers"
Helen MerestChorus
Edward MetcalfeCommissionaire
W. MetcalfeChorus
Mae MartimerChorus
Adelaide MurrayChorus
Anna NelsonGermaine
J. C. NewellChorus
Oscar OdeeDance Specialty
Marie PendletonChorus
Norris PendletonChorus
Olga PetrovaDiane
Ada ProctorChorus
Hazel ProctorChorus
George PullmanChorus
Lawrence ReaPrince Carlo
B. RussellChorus
Eleanor SheldonRachel Pym
a Quakeress
Dolly ShimminChorus
Frank SnyderChorus
F. Pope StamperCaptain Cherteris
Gloria StarrFifi
M. StephenChorus
Dolly SterlingChorus
Harold ThomasWilliam
a waiter at "The Chequers"
Fred ToozeJarge
the village crier
May VokesPhoebe
a maid
Marge WallaceMarguerite
Al WaltonChorus
W. WellsChorus
Gertrude WilliamsChorus
A. WillisChorus
J. WordenChorus
music by Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
We've Such a Tale to TellMrs. Lukyn (landlady at ''The Chequers")
Quaker's MeetingChorus
WonderfulPrincess Mathilde and Captain Cherteris
A Runaway MatchPrincess Mathilde, Phoebe (a maid), Captain Cherteris and Tony Chute
A Quaker GirlPrudence (a Quaker girl)
The Bad Boy and the Good GirlPrudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute
TiptoePrincess Mathilde, Prudence (a Quaker girl), Madame Blum, Phoebe (a maid), Captain Cherteris, Tony Chute and Chorus
Just as Father Used To DoJeremiah (a Quaker) and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
In This Abode of Madame la Mode
Or Thereabouts
(music by Hugo Felix)
Phoebe (a maid)
On Revient de ChantillyChorus
Come to the BallPrince Carlo and Chorus
A Dancing LessonPrudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute
BarbizonPrincess Mathilde, Phoebe (a maid), Madame Blum, Captain Cherteris and Jeremiah (a Quaker)
Get Away, I'm a Married Man
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Tony Chute
ACT 3 Sung By
Tony from America
(lyrics by Lionel Monckton)
Prudence (a Quaker girl)
Something to Tell
(music by Clifton Crawford; lyrics by Clifton Crawford)
Tony Chute
The First DancePrudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute