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Miss Princess   

Park Theatre, (12/23/1912 - 1/04/1913)
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Opening Date: Dec 23, 1912    
Closing Date: Jan 04, 1913 Total Performances: 16

Category: Musical, Operetta, Original, Broadway
Description: An American Operetta in Two Acts
Setting: Garden of the Ambassador in Washington in May. US Reservation on the Mexican Border in California in September.

Production Staff
Produced by John Cort
Book by Frank Mandel; Music by Alexander Johnstone; Lyrics by Will B. Johnstone; Featuring songs with lyrics by Hiram E. Russell; Featuring songs by Johann Strauss; Musical Director: Max Bendix
Costume Design by Elsie DeWolfe, Lucile and Wachner and Company
Lina AbarbanellPrincess Polonia
Edith AllenDebutante
Beatrice BertrandSociety Girl
Irma BertrandDebutante
Albert BornemanPrivate Ryan
16th U.S. Cavalry
Anna BreucherDebutante
Donald BuchananCorporal Stephens
16th U.S. Cavalry
Bessie ClyneDebutante
Billy CohenAmbassador
Doris DeWildeSociety Girl
Manny DuprezAmbassador
Margaret FarrellHypathia Caldwell
The Senator's daughter
Louise FosterCountess Matilda
Polonia's chaperon
Gladys FoxDebutante
Billie FrancisDebutante
Isabel C. FrancisBaroness von Vetter
Thomas FudgerGuest
Margaret GordonMatron
Felix HaneySergeant Tim McGrew
16th U.S. Cavalry
Edith HardlowSociety Girl
Fannie HasbrouckMatron
Ben HendricksBaron Gustav von Vetter
Ambassador to the United States
Dorothy HoneySociety Girl
John HopeGuest
Paula KeaneMatron
Richard KingAmbassador
Grace LavelleMatron
Nathan LawsonGuest
Thomas LeeAmbassador
Henri LeoniPrince Alexis
Anna McConvilleDebutante
Emmet McDonaldAmbassador
Catherine McMahonSociety Girl
Mellis MerrillMatron
Charles P. MorrisonSenator Caldwell
Frank MullenAmbassador
Frank O'NeilAmbassador
John H. PrattLincoln T. Creery
Asst. U.S. Secretary of War
Maybelle PrattMatron
Robert PreinGuest
Bernard RavageAmbassador
Ralph RaymondGuest
George SawyerGuest
Gwen SearsSociety Girl
Charles SloaneGuest
Evelyn SmithSociety Girl
May StocktonMatron
Lulu StraterSociety Girl
Robert WarwickCaptain Merton Raleigh
16th U.S. Cavalry
Violet WhitneyMatron
Josephine WhittellFrau Kattrina De Creusi
Known as the Human Spider
Billie WoodDebutante
music by Alexander Johnstone; lyrics by Will B. Johnstone
(Unless otherwise noted)

ACT 1 Sung By
I Never Had a KissPrince Alexis and Frau Kattrina De Creusi (Known as the Human Spider)
Give Me Love, Love, LovePrincess Polonia and Ensemble
Ay OompsSergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Ensemble
The Wireless WayPrincess Polonia and Prince Alexis
Humpty DumptyCaptain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Ensemble
It Might Have BeenPrincess Polonia and Captain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry)
Behind the ScenesFrau Kattrina De Creusi (Known as the Human Spider), Hypathia Caldwell (The Senator's daughter), Countess Matilda (Polonia's chaperon), Prince Alexis, Baron Gustav von Vetter (Ambassador to the United States) and Sergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry)
ACT 2 Sung By
The Galloping CavalreeCaptain Merton Raleigh (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Soldiers
A Little Red Book and a Five Cent Bag
(lyrics by Hiram E. Russell)
Sergeant Tim McGrew (16th U.S. Cavalry) and Soldiers
Come My Sweetheart
(music by Johann Strauss)
Princess Polonia and Ensemble
Temperamental DancesHypathia Caldwell (The Senator's daughter) and Ensemble
Queen Thou ArtPrincess Polonia and Prince Alexis
The Princess Can't Be Found, SirEnsemble
Pillow Number
Pillow NumberPrincess Polonia, Prince Alexis and Ensemble
Pillow Numbergirls