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A Winsome Widow   

Moulin Rouge , (4/11/1912 - 9/07/1912)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date:Apr 11, 1912   
Closing Date:Sep 07, 1912 Total Performances:172

Category: Musical, Comedy, Farce, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in three acts
Setting: San Francisco

Production Staff
Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.
Music by Raymond Hubbell; from "A Trip to Chinatown" by Charles H. Hoyt; Musical Director: Frank Darling; Additional numbers by John Golden, Jerome Kern, Nathaniel D. Ayer, Jean Schwartz, Stanley Murphy, Henry I. Marshall and Griffin and Murtagh; Additional lyrics by Robert B. Smith and William Jerome; Additional music by Franz Lehar
Staged by Julian Mitchell
Scenic Design by Edward G. Unitt, Joseph Wickes and Ernest Albert
Ida Adams Tony
Marie Baxter Mrs. Flippant
Julia Beaubien Chorus
Etta Bellaire Chorus
Florida Bellaire Chorus
Rita Bellaire Chorus
Marjorie Bonner Chorus
A. Brannigan Chief of Police
Elizabeth Brice Isabel
Evelyn Carlton Chorus
Eleanore Christy Chorus
Kathleen Clifford Willie Grow
Harry Conor Welland Strong
Fawn Conway Mrs. Gadder
Helen Curzon Chorus
Natalie Dagwell Mrs. Duer
Peggy Dana Chorus
Jennie Dolly Jenny
Rose Dolly Rosie
Leon Errol Ben Gay
Estelle Francesca Chorus
Anita Francesca Chorus
Ida Gabrielle Chorus
Lola Hilton Chorus
Sidney Jarvis Bryton Early
Ethel Kelly Flirt
Harry Kelly Slavin
Elba Kenny Chorus
Charles King Wilder Daly
George Kirner Fancy Skater
Adele LaPierre Chorus
Miss LeRoy Chorus
Betty Lewis Chorus
Hazel Lewis Chorus
Jessie Lewis Chorus
Ruby Lewis Chorus
J. McDermott Officer O'Mara
Charles Mitchell Proprietor of The Cliff House
Nana & Alexis Mlle. Nana
Mons. Alexis
Miss Newell Chorus
Diane Oste Chorus
Cynthia Perot Chorus
Cathleen Pope Fancy Skater
Alice Randolph Chorus
Charles J. Ross Rashleigh Gay
Cissie Sewell Chorus
Katherine Smythe Mrs. Noyes
Eleanor St. Clair Chorus
Frank Tinney Noah
Lottie Vernon Mrs. Noyes
Ella Warner Chorus
Jane Warrington Chorus
Emmy Wehlen Mrs. Guyer
Mae West Le Petite Daffy
music by Raymond Hubbell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1Sung By
Teach Me Everything You Know Flirt and Ben Gay
You're a Regular Girl Isabel and Wilder Daly
They Mean More Mrs. Guyer, Eight Widows and Chorus
I Take After Dad Willie Grow and Chorus
Purity Brigade March Mrs. Guyer and Ensemble
ACT 2Sung By
Pousse Cafe Bryton Early and Chorus
(Toodle-oodle-oodle on Your) Piccolo
(music by Griffin and Murtagh; lyrics by Griffin and Murtagh)
Willie Grow and Girls
I Never Knew What Eyes Could Do (Till Yours Looked into Mine)
(music by Henry I. Marshall; lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
Songs of Yesterday Mrs. Guyer, Welland Strong, Bryton Early, Tony and Chorus
The Frisco Principals and Ensemble
ACT 3Sung By
(Could You Love) A Girl Like Me?
(lyrics by Robert B. Smith)
Mrs. Guyer and Ensemble
String a Ring of Roses (Round Your Rosie)
(music by Jean Schwartz; lyrics by William Jerome)
Isabel, Wilder Daly and Chorus
Fascinating Girl Bryton Early and Tony
The Skate Boy Noah