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A Winsome Widow   

Moulin Rouge, (4/11/1912 - 9/07/1912)
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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 AdamsTony
Marie BaxterMrs. Flippant
Julia BeaubienChorus
Etta BellaireChorus
Florida BellaireChorus
Rita BellaireChorus
Marjorie BonnerChorus
A. BranniganChief of Police
Elizabeth BriceIsabel
Evelyn CarltonChorus
Eleanore ChristyChorus
Kathleen CliffordWillie Grow
Harry ConorWelland Strong
Fawn ConwayMrs. Gadder
Helen CurzonChorus
Natalie DagwellMrs. Duer
Peggy DanaChorus
Jennie DollyJenny
Rose DollyRosie
Leon ErrolBen Gay
Estelle FrancescaChorus
Anita FrancescaChorus
Ida GabrielleChorus
Lola HiltonChorus
Sidney JarvisBryton Early
Ethel KellyFlirt
Harry KellySlavin
Elba KennyChorus
Charles KingWilder Daly
George KirnerFancy Skater
Adele LaPierreChorus
Miss LeRoyChorus
Betty LewisChorus
Hazel LewisChorus
Jessie LewisChorus
Ruby LewisChorus
J. McDermottOfficer O'Mara
Charles MitchellProprietor of The Cliff House
Nana & AlexisMlle. Nana
Mons. Alexis
Miss NewellChorus
Diane OsteChorus
Cynthia PerotChorus
Cathleen PopeFancy Skater
Alice RandolphChorus
Charles J. RossRashleigh Gay
Cissie SewellChorus
Katherine SmytheMrs. Noyes
Eleanor St. ClairChorus
Frank TinneyNoah
Lottie VernonMrs. Noyes
Ella WarnerChorus
Jane WarringtonChorus
Emmy WehlenMrs. Guyer
Mae WestLe Petite Daffy
music by Raymond Hubbell
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Teach Me Everything You KnowFlirt and Ben Gay
You're a Regular GirlIsabel and Wilder Daly
They Mean MoreMrs. Guyer, Eight Widows and Chorus
I Take After DadWillie Grow and Chorus
Purity Brigade MarchMrs. Guyer and Ensemble
ACT 2 Sung By
Pousse CafeBryton 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
(lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
Mrs. Guyer, Welland Strong, Bryton Early, Tony and Chorus
The Frisco
(lyrics by Stanley Murphy)
Principals and Ensemble
ACT 3 Sung 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
(lyrics by William Jerome)
Bryton Early and Tony
The Skate Boy
(lyrics by William Jerome)