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Hokey-pokey / Bunty, Bulls and Strings   

 

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Broadway Theatre , (2/08/1912 - 5/11/1912)
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Opening Date:Feb 08, 1912   
Closing Date:May 11, 1912 Total Performances:108

Category: Special, Original, Broadway
Description: A pot-pourri of reminiscences in two acts
Setting: Paris


Hokey-pokey

Category: Special, Original, Broadway
Setting: Paris

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by John Stromberg, A. Baldwin Sloane and William T. Francis; Lyrics by Edgar Smith and E. Ray Goetz; Musical Director: George A. Nichols; Book by Edgar Smith; Featuring songs by Jean Schwartz, Neil Moret and Earle C. Jones; Featuring songs with lyrics by Neil Moret, William Jerome and Earle C. Jones
Staged by Gus Sohlke
Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy; Scenic Design by John H. Young; Lighting Design by David Atchison
Cast
Louise Abrams Chorus
Frankie Bailey Lieutenant Shapeleigh
Pierre Boulmiche
a boulevardier
George Beban Pierre Poisson
proprietor of a bankrupt Parisian cafe
Sadie Berger Chorus
Leona Bitter Chorus
Gladys Breston Chorus
Hermione Brown Chorus
Beatrice Capulet Chorus
Olive Carr Chorus
Sadie Carr Chorus
Edna Caruthers Chorus
Edna Chase Chorus
Posie
Bessie Clayton Pierrot de Willette
William Collier Josh Kidder
promoter of the International Cabaret-Vaudeville T
Helena Collier-Garrick Clorinda McCann
her father's daughter
Lola Curtis Chorus
Lynn D'Arcy Chorus
Martha Dean Chorus
Libbian Diamond Chorus
Frances Duront Chorus
Gladys Feldman Chorus
Lew M. Fields Meyer Bockheister
doing Europe on a circumscribed bargain counter le
Grace Grindell Chorus
Malcolm Grinnell Chorus
Elsie Hamilton Aristide Lenuit
an art student
Chorus
Eunice Hamilton Chorus
Sadie Hill Chorus
Jane Hood Chorus
May Hopkins Chorus
John T. Kelly Jeremiah McCann
a reform politician
Hazel Kirke Troubadour
Clara Lloyd Chorus
Nettie Lyons Chorus
Adelaide Mason Henri Montmartre
an art student
Chorus
Vinna Mason Chorus
Edward McNulty Chorus
Emily Miles Troubadour
Chorus
Gertrude Moyer Rosie
Chorus
Frances Nelson Chorus
Vera Olcott Chorus
Katherine O'Neil Chorus
Louise Owen Chorus
Ruth Pecan Chorus
Emily Powers Chorus
Harry Prew Chorus
Marjory Purcell Chorus
Elsa Reinhardt Chorus
Fred Roberts Chorus
Hazel Robertson Chorus
Angelo Romeo Harlequin
Pattie Rose Toots Hornblower
an American college student
Chorus
Hazel Rosewood Chorus
Flora Russell Chorus
Lillian Russell Mrs. Wallingford Grafter
with Bohemian instincts and a talent for poker
George Scannell Chorus
Nancy Smith Chorus
Fay Templeton Peachie Mullen
in Vaudeville
Fay Tincher Wilhelm Blatz
an art student
Chorus
Joseph Torpey Henri
a footman
Madge Vincent Dodge Chappelle
an American college student
Chorus
Joe Weber Michael Dillpickle
doing Europe on a circumscribed bargain counter le
Lillian Whiting Chorus
Harry Wilcox Chorus
May Willard Chorus

Bunty, Bulls and Strings

Category: Special, Original, Broadway
Setting: Limpytown

Production Staff
Produced by Weber & Fields
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Book by Edgar Smith; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Musical Director: George A. Nichols; Featuring songs by Irving Berlin; A parody of the comedy by Graham Moffat
Staged by Gus Sohlke
Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy; Scenic Design by John H. Young; Lighting Design by David Atchison
Cast
Amelia Abrams Chorus
Louise Abrams Chorus
George Beban Teenie
Gladys Breston Chorus
Hermione Brown Chorus
Beatrice Capulet Chorus
Olive Carr Chorus
Edna Caruthers Chorus
Edna Chase Chorus
William Collier Tammas Biggar
Helena Collier-Garrick Eelen Bunshop
Lola Curtis Chorus
Lynn D'Arcy Chorus
Martha Dean Chorus
Libbian Diamond Chorus
Richard Fanning Sandy
Gladys Feldman Chorus
Lew M. Fields Weelum Grunt
Grace Grindell Chorus
Malcolm Grinnell Mr. Leggit
Elsie Hamilton Chorus
Eunice Hamilton Chorus
May Hopkins Chorus
John T. Kelly Jeems
Adah Lewis Susie Slimpson
Clara Lloyd Chorus
Nettie Lyons Chorus
Adelaide Mason Chorus
Vinna Mason Chorus
Emily Miles Chorus
Charles Mitchell Daniel Squirrel
Gertrude Moyer Chorus
Vera Olcott Chorus
Katherine O'Neil Chorus
Louise Owen Chorus
Ruth Pecan Chorus
Harry Prew Mr. McSwat
Marjory Purcell Chorus
Elsa Reinhardt Mrs. McSwatt
Chorus
Hazel Robertson Chorus
Pattie Rose Chorus
Hazel Rosewood Chorus
Flora Russell Chorus
Nancy Smith Chorus
Fay Templeton Bunty Biggar
Fay Tincher Chorus
Madge Vincent Chorus
Patrick Walsh Mr. MacGregor
Joe Weber Rab Biggar
Harry Wilcox Mr. Haggis
May Willard Chorus
music by John Stromberg, A. Baldwin Sloane and W.T. Francis; lyrics by Edgar Smith
(Unless otherwise noted)
 

Hokey-pokey
ACT 1Sung By
La Belle Paree Chorus
If It Wasn't for the Irish and the Jews
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Jeremiah McCann (a reform politician) and Chorus
The Island of Roses and Love
(music by Neil Moret and Earle C. Jones; lyrics by Neil Moret and Earle C. Jones)
Mrs. Wallingford Grafter (with Bohemian instincts and a talent for poker) and Chorus
The Minstrel Parade Josh Kidder (promoter of the International Cabaret-Vaudeville T) and Chorus
The Singer and the Song Peachie Mullen (in Vaudeville)
Le Claire de la Lune Pierrot de Willette
The Garden of Yesterday Chorus and Mrs. Wallingford Grafter (with Bohemian instincts and a talent for poker)
On the Stage Josh Kidder (promoter of the International Cabaret-Vaudeville T) and Clorinda McCann (her father's daughter)
Senorita Peachie Mullen (in Vaudeville) and Chorus
Ma' Blushin' Rosie (from FIDDLE DEE DEE) Peachie Mullen (in Vaudeville) and Chorus
Bunty, Bulls and Strings
ACT 2Sung By
Heather Bells
(lyrics by E. Ray Goetz)
Ensemble
Alexander's Bagpipe Band
(music by Irving Berlin, A. Baldwin Sloane and E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Irving Berlin, A. Baldwin Sloane and E. Ray Goetz)
Bunty Biggar and Chorus