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The Sun Dodgers   

 
Broadway Theatre, (11/30/1912 - 12/14/1912)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 30, 1912    
Closing Date: Dec 14, 1912 Total Performances: 18

Category: Musical, Spectacle, Original, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: The Sun Dodgers Club and Long Island



Production Staff
Produced by Lew M. Fields
Book by Edgar Smith; Music by A. Baldwin Sloane; Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz; Featuring songs by Irving Berlin, Ben Jerome and Jean Schwartz; Musical Director: August Kleinecke; Music orchestrated by Hilding Anderson and William Redfield
Staged by Ned Wayburn
Scenic Design by John H. Young; Costume Design by Cora MacGeachy
Cast
Edith AbbottDance Specialty
Lillian BakerChorus
James BarryChorus
Marie BerdineChorus
Alma BrahamChorus
James C. BreeseI.M. Stude
Chorus
Nan BrennanVera Light
Gladys BrestonChorus
Bertie BrittonChorus
Jennie CannarChorus
Charles A. CartmellDance Specialty
Harry ClarkA. Goode Lamb
Harold CraneWakeleigh Knight
Beatrice DakinChorus
Naomi DaleChorus
Billie De HonChorus
Mabel d'ElmarChorus
Bert DevlinChorus
Pearl DiehlChorus
Ida DoergeChorus
Fred DuffyA Cab Driver
James DysoOfficer Muldoon
Edna FentonChorus
Nat FieldsHiram Hubbs
Harry FisherP.V. Hawkins
Ethel FullerChorus
Laura GaynelleChorus
Frank GilbertChorus
Henry GoulettChorus
Fannie GrantChorus
Maude GrayTrixie Turner
Joseph HadleyChorus
Nella HadleyChorus
Clyde HallChorus
Harris and MillerDance Specialty
Madeline HarrisonDance Specialty
Jerry HartSam Porter
Olive HornerChorus
Louise JacksonChorus
Jack JarrottDeWake Taylor
Florence KernChorus
Lee LeontineChorus
Denman MaleyTodd Hunter
Elsie MarkertChorus
Vinna MasonChorus
Frank McAvoyChorus
George W. MonroeMrs. Honoria O'Day
Minnie MonroeChorus
Helen MooneyChorus
Burns ParishChorus
John ShanksChorus
Grace ShoholmChorus
Catherine SinclairChorus
Gray StoweChorus
Ann TaskerRose Hubbs
Geraldine TaylorChorus
Charles VanChorus
Ethel WheelerChorus
Mark WhitingDance Specialty
Grace WilliamsChorus
Helen WilliamsChorus
Bessie WynnPraline Nutleigh
music by A. Baldwin Sloane; lyrics by E. Ray Goetz
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
Down in the Old RathskellerDeWake Taylor and Chorus
Take me to the Chicken Ball
(music by O.E. Story; lyrics by Bobby Jones)
A. Goode Lamb and Chorus
Beautiful Spring
I am Crazy About Somebody (and That Somebody Is You)
(music by Dave Stamper; lyrics by Gene Buck)
Poor Old Cow (The Night The Old Cow Died)Praline Nutleigh and Chorus
GingerTrixie Turner and Chorus
(When You Said) How Do You DoA. Goode Lamb and Vera Light
How Can They Tell That I'm Irish?
(music by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth; lyrics by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth)
In the Garden of Your HeartChorus
The Sunshine Girl
(When It's) Apple Blossom Time in Normandy (from ROLY POLY)
(music by Harry Gifford, Tom Mellor and Huntley Trevor; lyrics by Harry Gifford, Tom Mellor and Huntley Trevor)
Old-Home Week/The Night Brigade
ACT 2 Sung By
Dixie LoveA. Goode Lamb and Chorus
Keep on Looking Up
Down on Uncle Jerry's Farm
I'd Like an Introduction to You, DearieChorus
At the Picture Show
(music by Irving Berlin and E. Ray Goetz; lyrics by Irving Berlin and E. Ray Goetz)
Trixie Turner, A. Goode Lamb and Chorus
MelodramaMrs. Honoria O'Day and P.V. Hawkins
Pinkerton Detective Moon (from ROLY POLY)
(music by Lee Orean Smith; lyrics by Earl Carroll)