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Over the River   

Globe Theatre, (1/08/1912 - 4/20/1912)
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Opening Date: Jan 08, 1912    
Closing Date: Apr 20, 1912 Total Performances: 120

Category: Musical, Extravaganza, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: New York, Blackwell's Island, and Inwood

Production Staff
Produced by Charles Dillingham and Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by John Golden; Book by George V. Hobart and H.A. Du Souchet; Lyrics by John Golden; Based on a play by H.A. Du Souchet; Musical Director: DeWitt C. Coolman; Additional music by Elsie Janis, Edward J. Griffin, Charles Grant, William H. Penn, Jean Schwartz, Egbert Van Alstyne, Charles Eggett and Henry B. Murtagh; Additional lyrics by Elsie Janis, Edward J. Griffin, Henry B. Murtagh, Earl Carroll, Edward Clark, Harry Williams and William Jerome
Staged by R.H. Burnside
David AndradaWarden Vokes
Anna BachererChorus
Fanny BachererChorus
Lawrence BeckDance Specialty
Leila BentonChorus
Claire BertrandChorus
Neil BertrandChorus
Rosa BurkleinChorus
Emma CollierChorus
Lester CrawfordHarry Blackstone
Katherine DalyChorus
Madeline d'HarvilleDance Specialty
Edna DodsworthChorus
Clementine DundasChorus
Bessie FennellChorus
Gretchen FinkChorus
Eddie FoyMadison Parke
Betty FuchsChorus
Harry HermsenBismarck Herring
Freda HirschChorus
Vonnie HoytChorus
Edna HunterSarah Parke
Leavitt JamesNumber 89
Charles L. KelleyHerbert Vandersnip
Maude LambertMrs. Madison Parke
Dorothy LangdonChorus
Las SevillanitasSpecialty
Mazie LeroyChorus
Frances LeslieChorus
Lillian LorraineMyrtle Mirabeau
Mildred ManningChorus
Selma MantellChorus
The Marvelous MillersSpecialty
Monsieur MauriceDance Specialty
Billy MethvenStreet Singer
Grace MethvenStreet Singer
Jeannetta MethvenStreet Singer
Marie NeckarChorus
Frank M. RaingerGeorge
Estelle RichmondChorus
Josie SadlerLizzie
Osborne SearleCharlie Gray
William SelleryTimothy Cook
Bessie SkeerChorus
Joseph C. SmithCharles Bigroll
Marguerite St. ClairChorus
Melville StewartHudson Rivers
Anna StoneChorus
Dai TurgeonChorus
Frank WunderleeJerry Cooper
music by John Golden; lyrics by John Golden
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
For de Lawd's Sake, Play a Waltz (from THE SLIM PRINCESS)
(music by Elsie Janis; lyrics by Elsie Janis)
Mrs. Madison Parke
Los SevillanitasSpecialty
(The) Broadway Cabaret
(music by Charles Grant; lyrics by Edward J. Griffin)
The Maurice Rag
(music by William H. Penn)
Ring-ting-a-ling on the Telephone
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Myrtle Mirabeau
New York Isn't Such a Bad Old Town
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Madison Parke
The Raggedy Man
(music by Egbert Van Alstyne; lyrics by Harry Williams)
Myrtle Mirabeau and Chorus
ACT 2 Sung By
I Want Him SavedSarah Parke and Chorus
Chop Stick Rag
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by Edward Clark)
Myrtle Mirabeau and The Berlin Madcaps
Lock-step, Two-step SlideEnsemble and The Marvelous Millers
Our Hero
ACT 3 Sung By
The Day We CelebrateEnsemble
(music by Charles Eggett; lyrics by Earl Carroll)
Number 89 and Street Singers
The Tongo DanceMyrtle Mirabeau and Charles Bigroll
My Irish Senorita
(music by Edward J. Griffin, Henry B. Murtagh and John Golden; lyrics by Edward J. Griffin, Henry B. Murtagh and John Golden)
Mrs. Madison Parke
(Way Down in) MexicoMadison Parke
When There's No Light at AllHudson Rivers, Myrtle Mirabeau, Street Singers, Lizzie and Madison Parke