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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 Beardsley Gaby
Bessie Bell Chorus
Thelma Belmont Chorus
Irma Bertrand Phyllis
May Borden Chorus
W. Bradfield Chorus
Maude Cannar Chorus
Alice Chase Louise
Ina Claire Prudence
a Quaker girl
Viola Clark Toinette
Martin Cox Chorus
Clifton Crawford Tony Chute
Belle Delmar Suzette
R. Denny Chorus
Helene Drew Chorus
C. Dunham, Jr. Chorus
Ethel Dunn Chorus
Lawrence Eddinger Nathaniel Pym
a Quaker
Gertrude Fayot Liane
F. Futzhugh Chorus
Gerturde Fursman Chorus
Maisie Gay Madame Blum
Daphne Glenne Princess Mathilde
Billie Grant Chorus
Florence Grant Chorus
Elaine Hall Dorcas
Herbert Hall Chorus
Ida Hall Chorus
Norma Harland Chorus
Clara Heath Chorus
Easter Higbee Chorus
Irene Hopping Chorus
Elizabeth Keane Chorus
Harry Kittredge Chorus
Arthur Klein Monsieur Larose
Percival Knight Jeremiah
a Quaker
Les Bluettes Dance Specialty
Blanche Malli Cleo
Edward Martyn Monsieur Duhamel
Ruth Mason Chorus
Camille Mayer Chorus
Frances Mayer Chorus
Nora McClory Mimi
Myrtle McCloud Micheline
Nellie McHenry Mrs. Lukyn
landlady at ''The Chequers"
Helen Merest Chorus
Edward Metcalfe Commissionaire
W. Metcalfe Chorus
Mae Martimer Chorus
Adelaide Murray Chorus
Anna Nelson Germaine
J. C. Newell Chorus
Oscar Odee Dance Specialty
Marie Pendleton Chorus
Norris Pendleton Chorus
Olga Petrova Diane
Ada Proctor Chorus
Hazel Proctor Chorus
George Pullman Chorus
Lawrence Rea Prince Carlo
B. Russell Chorus
Eleanor Sheldon Rachel Pym
a Quakeress
Dolly Shimmin Chorus
Frank Snyder Chorus
F. Pope Stamper Captain Cherteris
Gloria Starr Fifi
M. Stephen Chorus
Dolly Sterling Chorus
Harold Thomas William
a waiter at "The Chequers"
Fred Tooze Jarge
the village crier
May Vokes Phoebe
a maid
Marge Wallace Marguerite
Al Walton Chorus
W. Wells Chorus
Gertrude Williams Chorus
A. Willis Chorus
J. Worden Chorus
music by Lionel Monckton; lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Adrian Ross
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
We've Such a Tale to Tell Mrs. Lukyn (landlady at ''The Chequers")
Quaker's Meeting Chorus
Wonderful Princess Mathilde and Captain Cherteris
A Runaway Match Princess Mathilde, Phoebe (a maid), Captain Cherteris and Tony Chute
A Quaker Girl Prudence (a Quaker girl)
The Bad Boy and the Good Girl Prudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute
Tiptoe Princess Mathilde, Prudence (a Quaker girl), Madame Blum, Phoebe (a maid), Captain Cherteris, Tony Chute and Chorus
Just as Father Used To Do Jeremiah (a Quaker) and Chorus
ACT 2Sung By
In This Abode of Madame la Mode
Or Thereabouts
(music by Hugo Felix)
Phoebe (a maid)
On Revient de Chantilly Chorus
Come to the Ball Prince Carlo and Chorus
A Dancing Lesson Prudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute
Barbizon Princess 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 3Sung 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 Dance Prudence (a Quaker girl) and Tony Chute